Rodent Removal


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Rodent Facts

  • Both rats and mice leave urine "scent" trails all through out their territory.

  • The chemicals in animal urine or "pheromone" help males find females and display ownership. Rats and Mice will also counter-mark like dogs do, to establish their dominance.

  • Males reach sexual maturity in just 5 weeks.

  • Adult rats can squeeze through a hole as small as a quarter, Juvenal rats can squeeze through even smaller holes.

  • Rats have extremely strong teeth and that allows them to chew through wood, electrical wire, aluminum, vinyl, dry-wall and lead as shown in right photo.

  • Every 19 days an adult female rat can give birth up to 22 pups in just one litter. 

  • That's 418 rat pups per year from just one female.

  • Florida has 2 species of rat the Norway rat (aka. brown sewer rat or field Rat) and Roof Rat (aka. black rat)


Rodent Damages 

Rats and Mice can cause thousands of dollars of damages to your home. Once they make their way into your residence or business, they will completely destroy the insulation by making path ways on the surface, tunnels within the insulation and turning your attic in to a litter box from the enormous amount of feces and urine. They also enjoy chewing on such items such as wiring, dry wall, wooden trusses, other items that you may have stored in your attic and the A/C duct that supply the comfortable temperatures in our living spaces.


Rodent Disease 



Hantavirus Pulmonary syndrome
How the virus spreads
  • From breathing in contaminated dust from urine or feces
  • Direct Contact with urine or feces from infected rodent
  • Getting bit, although rare, still very important fact
Leptospirosis
How the bacteria spreads
  • Drinking water or eating contaminated food from urine of infected animal
  • Direct contact through skin or mucous membranes (example: nose) from water or organic matter such as soil contaminated from urine or feces of infected animal or rodent
Rat-Bite Fever
How the virus spreads
  • Scratch or bite from an infected rodent
  • Direct contact with a dead rodent
Salmonellosis
How the bacteria spreads 
  • Eating food or drinking water that has been contaminated from infected rodent
Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM)
How the virus spreads
  • From breathing in contaminated dust from urine or feces
  • Direct Contact with urine or feces from infected rodent
  • Getting bit, although rare, still very important fact
Tularemia
How the bacteria spreads
  • A bite from an infected deer-fly, tick or other insect
  • Handling infected dead animal carcasses
  • Eating food or drinking water contaminated by infected animal or rodent
  • Inhaling the contaminated dust from urine or feces


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