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Rodent Control

Do you hear scratching, running in the attic, ceilings, walls or under your home?

One of our Gulf Coast Pest Control rodent technicians will develop a comprehensive removal service program for your rodent situation. We offer a variety of Rodent extermination services from trapping, exclusion, to exterior baiting programs. We also have a 90 day warranty included!

Norway Rat

Norway rats otherwise known as brown or sewer rats, are heftier and larger in size. They usually burrow to get into your home and their burrows can be spotted along the home foundation or building. They can be found in moist areas such as gardens and ditches. Usually, Norway rats will typically stay underground.

Roof Rat

Roof rats are the most common type found in households around the U.S. Rats otherwise known as black rats are smaller in size and have tails that are longer than the bodies. Roof rats, as the name suggests, climb up to your roofs and other places such as trees, gutters, and weep holes. They most often build their nests above ground in attics, ceilings, and atop stored items in the garages. However, they are found in homes close to a body of water, full of bacteria, and covered with fleas. They are as clever and dangerous like the Norway rat. 

House Mouse

House mice are considerable smaller on the rodent spectrum. They have a small pointed nose with small rounded ears, and have a long hairless tail. They are a very common rodent to homes and businesses. Their hair is short and light brown. These type of mice enter into your home through small openings and crevices.

Are These Rodents Dangerous?

Rodents are not typically known to be aggressive but that doesn’t mean you should purposely come into contact with them. They are dangerous if you corner them and more likely to bite. Rodents are constantly gnawing on objects, such as wires, pipes, drywall, floors, and plastic to prevent their teeth from overgrowing.

All rodents can bring diseases and bacteria into your home that can cause illnesses. Parasites, such as ticks, fleas, and mites may be brought into the home and easily transfer onto pets and furniture.

What You Can Do To Get Rid Of Them!

The best way to ensure rodents are not infesting a home is to call a professional and let them inspect the interior and exterior of your home. At Gulf Coast Pest Control, we have solutions to help prevent and/or eliminate rodent infestations in your home or business. We provide both non-chemical and chemical methods.

Our companies most common methods for removal are exclusion and sealing points of entry, foam, and other materials to keep these rodents from entering your structures.