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Rat Trapping

Rat Trapping

Rats are some of the most problematic rodents we encounter. They can cause many issues such as Miami- Rat Trappingeating and contaminating food, damaging structures and property, and spreading parasites and bacteria around your home. If you think you may have a rat problem, call Critter Control of Miami right away. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to trap the rats, allowing more time for them to multiply.

Signs of a Rat Problem

Rats are most active from June through February and in the fall will begin entering homes and businesses in search of warmth and food. Once they find an accessible food source, they will often nest within the walls or crevices to stay close to the food.

You can look for signs of infestation by examining baseboards, underneath sinks, and in cabinets, making sure to pay attention to any droppings or grease stains you may find. Inspect food containers for holes, as well as keeping an eye out for any nests typically built in empty boxes or crates. Of course, the most obvious sign of a rat problem is physically seeing one. If that’s the case, contact us immediately!

What’s the Best Way to Get Rid of Rats?

There are many articles online that explain how to trap rats yourself. This can be a challenging task for home or business owners, especially if you have a rat infestation in your home or office. Misusing rodenticides could potentially put your children and animals at risk. Trying snap traps is an alternative, but will have you checking every day for dead rats to throw away before they begin decomposing.

Choose Professional Wildlife Control

Improper baiting techniques could cause further problems. Instead, call the professionals at Critter Control of Miami for your rat trapping needs. We will begin with a free inspection to identify the rat’s routine in your home or office. Once an infestation has been verified, we will use environmentally friendly trapping techniques and prevent additional rats from entering by sealing all entry points.

Identifying food sources is also important when preventing rats from returning. Upon the starting of treatment, we follow up until the rats are gone. We will clean up any affected areas, disposing waste along the way, so you don’t have to! Call us at 305-258-3587 or contact us online to help you remove, repair, and prevent any rat or wildlife damage you may be facing.