Rodent Control

Rodent Control 0423 66 5678

Rodents create large-scale damage annually and also spread harmful diseases. Rats and mice provide a bad stigma when they are in or around buildings. Their presence automatically gives a bad vibe of the establishment they are nesting or living in. When the general population witness fast small fur-balls roaming around the public are disgusted and will run the other way. When rodents have invaded unwanted premises the primary reason is poor hygiene and living standards. The level of rodent control will be determined on the area covered and surrounding environments.

Diseases transmitted by rodents

  • Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome
  • Lassa Fever
  • Leptospirosis
  • Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM)
  • Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever
  • Plague
  • Rat-Bite Fever
  • Salmonellosis
  • South American Arenaviruses
  • Tularemia

Rodents cause numerous headaches for stored goods factories and businesses. The problem is rodents consume basically all food items and damage furnishings they feel they have to gnaw on. Rats and mice are also a large health issue as they urinate and leave droppings everywhere they travel. Rats roam around large areas and enter buildings through gaps in roofs, underneath doorways and through cracks in the wall. It is also not common that rats can travel through and around drains and sewer pipes. Therefore the importance of protecting stored goods with rodent control is fundamental in today’s times.

An effective rodent control management plan should be very well thought-out otherwise it will not be successful. The key factors in rodent control should consist of sanitation standards and rodent proofing. Clients may see this as a time consuming task which needs to be explained.

Garbage is the most prominent food source to rodents. Garbage bins need to be sealed tightly to stop the luring of rats inside and around garbage areas. This also indirectly stops flying pests breeding in garbage. In addition removing unwanted goods like furniture or unused appliances removes homes for rats to live in. Consequently rodent control is a lot larger than just the removal of stored food items and rubbish.

Evidence of rodents

  • Gnawing marks on timber fences, furniture or other stored items
  • Heard climbing in between walls and roofs
  • Droppings around the perimeter edges or other hidden areas
  • The odour of urine
  • Rub marks on the edges of walls.

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