Eric was incredible. He is the third technician that came out to the residence and only one who really found out where the squirrels were coming from. Eric is the only technician who got the ladder and went up on the roof, found the hole where the squirrels were coming in, and patched it up. He was even thoughtful enough to take pictures for us & put a cage back in the attic to make sure any others that come in are caught. I was really impressed with Eric!
We offer treatment for rats, squirrels, mice, raccoons, possums, and many other furry creatures. If you have an issue with small animals in your home, we will inspect the property and develop a plan to trap and remove the unwanted animals as quickly as possible.
We will send a specialist to conduct a thorough inspection of your property to identify areas where you are vulnerable to rodent entry. This allows us to determine what areas need to be sealed to prevent further entry as well as identify where we will most likely catch the rodents if they are now taking up residence in your home. A wildlife management specialist can pinpoint places where rodents nest in your home.
We will remove your visitors, and keep new rodents from coming back.
These are just a few signs to watch for:
- The presence of rodent droppings are a clear indication that rodents are living in your home or attic.
- Unexplained holes inside cabinets, along baseboards, or in similar locations.
- Unusual behavior in a dog, cat, or other pet. If so, take them to a veterinarian right away.
The best form of rodent control is prevention. Mouse and rat traps might catch a few individual rodents, but they will not solve the underlying problem: rodents have found a way to get into your house.
Be aware of places where rodents might be able to enter your home, such as cracks, and holes. Orlando is home to a species of rat known as the “roof rat” because of its tendency to climb trees in order take up residence in people’s attics.
To prevent raccoons and similar critters from taking an interest in your home, tie off garbage bags tightly and keep all food, including pet food, indoors.