It’s an unfortunate fact that if you reside in the Beaumont area you run the risk of having a rodent problem at some point. Luckily, there are rodent control experts to help. Our rodent control technicians cater to the Beaumont California area to treat and remove any present rodents. We also provide more information to our customers to help them prevent rodents from coming back.
Rats and mice will make a nest and create a family rather quickly which is why it’s important to find and remove them after you first notice them in your home or business. We commonly discover a rodent problem when we find chewed item, such as cables or wires, or when we find their fecal matter.
Interesting Facts about Rodents
- Rats can fit through a hole the size of a quarter.
- Rats can live up to 18 months.
- Rats’ teeth are strong enough to chew through aluminum, lead, cinderblock and even glass.
- Rats can spread disease.
- Mice can reproduce up to 10 times a year.
- Mice eat up to 20 times a day.
Even if you are dealing with rodents that aren’t carrying diseases, you still don’t want them in your home. They are a nuisance and we understand the frustration that comes with trying to deal with them on your own.
Places Rodents Often Hide
Because rodents can squeeze through such small areas, they tend to stay where we cannot see them. These areas include but not are limited to:
- Your attic
- Around doors
- Around pipes
- Around fireplaces
- Under kitchen cabinets
Preventing Beaumont Rodents
Prevention is key to limiting any pest problem from occurring. When it comes to dealing with rodent prevention, you should consider the following:
- Fill any open gaps or holes in your home with steel wool.
- For large holes use cement or metal sheeting to fill the hole.
- Flash near the foundation of your home.
There are many more precautions you can take to protecting your home from rodents and our experts can give you more details if you give us a call at (951) 867-4955 today. Our rodent control experts are familiar with treating the Beaumont area specifically for rodent control so don’t hesitate to ask any questions you might have.