Good rodent control begins with a professional inspection.
At Chem-free, our inspectors conduct a thorough rodent inspection of your property prior to making any recommendations. This enables us to implement a rodent control program, which is designed specifically around your unique situation.
There are several signs our inspectors look for during a rodent inspection:
Rodent Prevention and Control
The bottom-line to long-term rodent control is the fact that rodents must have adequate food, water and shelter to live and thrive. So...wherever there is an abundance of rats, mice, raccoons, opossums, or squirrels, there is usually plenty of food and shelter available. The best way to control these unwanted visitors is to remove these sources, and reduce the ways for them to get into structures.
The first step is a cleanup program. Poor sanitation and the presence of garbage help rodents to survive in residential areas. Rodents find shelter under old lumber piles, stacked firewood, piles of old papers, boxes, bags, broken-down sheds, trash dumps, high weeds and abandoned vehicles. All such areas must be eliminated.
Rodent proofing is a vital part of a complete rodent control program. The objective is to close all potential openings, which may serve as an entry point. Chem-free uses materials such as: sheet metal, heavy wire mesh, copper wool, concrete, etc. Each of these materials has proven to be the most effective in sealing out these unwanted visitors.
The exclusion program is designed to:
Schedule an appointment for Chem-Free rodent and wildlife control today.