Deploying Bait is our preferred approach to exterminating Mice & Rats.
The bait technique to Control, Eradicate, and Exterminate Mice & Rats results in:
Avoidance of broadcast application of Control Agents. Which results in less pollution and general hazard for people and pets.
And less intrusion to the flow of life.
Mice & Rats are attracted to the bait and are likely to be impacted by it.
The Pest is least likely to be going into new areas to spread the infestation.
Mice & Rats would be exterminated having consumed the bait and may also prove to be a source of secondary poisoning for other members.
This technique is cleaner and safer.
Bait has proven to be a fool-proof method of extermination and it comes in Gel or Paste form and is usually deployed inside cracks, gaps and holes particularly near where Mice & Rats are present or forage.
Expected Results And Outcome Of The Treatment:
It may take up to 5 weeks for all the Mice & Rats to come and forage on the bait and then become affected by it. This Bait will prove fatal to Mice & Rats. Most of the Mice & Rats will expire behind the scenes but some may be found dead near our living spaces. A typical cleaning exercise would be sufficient for the final act.
We employ commercially registered rodenticides to eliminate Mice & Rats from inside of our places of residence and work.
Rodenticides refers to these products that are primarily food for targeted rodents with lethal dose of poison. There are domestic rodenticides available for public to buy at local home hardware stores where as our licensed exterminators employ restricted commercially registered products only.
In order to eliminate Mice and Rats with single visit and application, we employ the best tools available to the industry.
If you were to close off any pathways from one section of the house to another, such as, the openings in kitchen cabinetry that lead to behind the drywall or underneath the floors, you may be pushing the rodents into other, yet unchartered, areas of the home.
However, if you come across an opening form the exterior of your home into the interior, it makes sense to correctly repair it.