The Rodent Exclusion process can be extremely difficult. A fully-grown rat only needs to find an opening the size of a quarter to get into your home, and sometimes that small opening is not somewhere easily found. It is also important to use the correct materials when you seal up entry points. Using expanding
These devices come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and designs. The logic behind their function seems like it makes sense, but these devices simply do not work. Rodents and Insects are masters of adapting to their environment. Their capabilities to adapt far exceed that of people in many ways. In the same way
The goal for rodent exclusion is to keep the rodents out of your home. Once a rodent accesses your crawlspace, attic, garage, or other wall or ceiling void, they have complete access to your home. The construction materials used on the inside of your home are easily gnawed through or bypassed. Rodents will also
Some species of cat and dog are excellent mousers. Some are quite the opposite and have zero desire to chase or catch a rodent. In many cases the rodents are intelligent enough to actively avoid your pet, and they often travel and live in areas your pet cannot access. In some cases, the rodent
Rodents are very dependent on their sense of smell due to their poor vision. Because of this they leave grease/scent trails and small spots of urine and feces everywhere they travel. This allows them to navigate quickly without being solely dependent on their sight. The more these trails are used, the stronger the smell.