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Have you ever had an uninvited rodent in your home? Mice and rats are common critters causing trouble for Tulsa residents. They can cause serious damage to property, contaminate food sources with their droppings or urine, and even transmit diseases. To make matters worse, these pests are incredibly difficult to prevent from entering due to the small size of holes they can fit through – as little as a dime!
Thankfully there is hope: understanding mouse and rat biology paired with some simple prevention methods Pest Medic Pest Control can help protect your family’s health along with keeping potential damage from rodents at bay.
Pest Medic Pest Control is licensed and trained to address any rodent problems that a customer may experience in their home or business.
As with all pests, identification is key. Pest Medic Pest Control will ID the rodent, and base the management plan on this proper identification. Our staff is highly trained to identify rodents and their signs of infestation.
Following proper identification, the integrated rodent management plan will be implemented, following the initial inspection of your structure.
Here are key points on how to identify mice and rats, including some of their key differences:
It’s important to note that identifying mice and rats can be difficult, especially if you’re not familiar with the signs of rodent activity. If you suspect you have a rodent infestation, it’s best to contact a professional pest control company to properly identify the type of rodent and develop an effective treatment plan.
Rodent inspection will include both an identification effort, as well as an assessment of the need for the various steps that will need to be taken to both solve the existing rodent infestation, as well as addressing the exclusion from the structure.
Rodent Inspection in Structures: A rodent inspection in structures is an important step in identifying and treating a rodent infestation.
Here are the steps involved in a rodent inspection:
By identifying the type of rodent present, a professional pest control company can develop a targeted treatment plan to effectively eliminate the infestation.
Mouse Control Methods: In order to control mice, your Pest Medic technician will use such steps and tools as: Seal all cracks and gaps around the exterior of the structure. Some exclusion work is extensive and will be a separate charge. Direct homeowner to store all food in sealed containers and clean up spills and crumbs. Pet food especially should be monitored for spillage, and stored in a galvanized metal container, like an old-fashioned trash can. Use snap traps, glue boards, or live traps to capture mice. Bait stations are placed in strategic areas where mice are active. Always according to label instructions, and in tamper-proof bait stations.with caution, and placed out of reach of children and pets. We rarely use mouse bait in the living areas of home. Usually placed in storage areas such as attics, garages, storage closets and exterior perimeter.
Rat Control Methods: Eliminate sources of food and water, including bird feeders and pet food dishes. Remove clutter from around your home, which can provide hiding places for rats. Seal all cracks and gaps around the exterior of your home.
Use snap traps, glue boards, or live traps to capture rats. Use baits with caution, in tamper-proof bait stations, and make sure they are placed out of reach of children and pets.
General Pest Control Best Practices: Keep your home clean and well-maintained, as pests are attracted to clutter and debris. Trim back bushes and trees around your home, as they can provide a habitat for pests. Seal all entry points into your home, including around doors, windows, and pipes. Use screens on doors and windows to prevent pests from entering.
Work with Pest Medic Pest Control to develop a pest control plan tailored to your home’s specific needs.
It is important to note that some of these methods may not be effective for all situations, and some may be more appropriate for mice than rats, or vice versa. In addition, untrained property owners are influenced by many control methods and materials that range from ineffective to dangerous for people and pets. Working with Pest Medic Pest Control is the best way to develop a comprehensive pest control plan for your home or business.
Rodent monitoring is the service we provide on an ongoing basis the prevent rodent re-infestation. Many times, the customer’s environment is conducive to rodent infestation. From homes to food processing plants and feed mills, each facility requires a service tailored to each account. Regular inspection, cooperation with property owners to minimize resource sites for rodents, monitoring bait stations, and re-apply bait materials, are a few of the steps necessary for a successful rodent
management program. The frequency and timing of these steps is determined by the type of account, and the severity of the infestation
Rodent exclusion is the process of sealing the entry points of rodents from gaining access to the interior of the customer’s home or commercial facility. Exclusion can be as simple as sealing around an outside plumbing pipe, to major construction efforts on roofs, exterior of buildings, sealing openings in basements and crawl spaces.
Here are some steps and methods we use at Pest Medic Pest Control for mouse and rat exclusion on structures:
Pest Medic Pest Control can help identify potential entry points and develop a customized exclusion plan for your structure.
It’s important to note that exclusion is a critical step in preventing rodent infestations, but it may not be sufficient to eliminate an existing infestation. Trapping, baiting, or other pest control methods may be necessary to control a current infestation. Pest Medic Pest Control can help develop a comprehensive pest control plan tailored to your specific needs.
We’re passionate about helping people just like you get rid of unwanted pest problems. As such, we are proud to be the only pest control company in Tulsa, OK promising excellence in value, service, and trust.
A site inspection for rodents is important for prospective rodent control customers because it can accurately identify the type of rodent, determine the severity of the infestation, identify entry points, help when we are developing a treatment plan, and help the customer prevent future infestations.
Sometimes it’s as simple as setting a mouse trap. But what we encourage all customers to think about is how the rodent gained entry to the home or business. That is the essence of Integrated Pest Management. Call Pest Medic Pest Control for help in evaluating your mouse or rat problem.
All materials used by Pest Medic are used in accordance with product label directions. Every effort is made to avoid exposing humans and non-target animals and pets to the rodent management materials, traps, etc. Rodents will likely be terminated as part of our service, and such is the fate of the rodent that enters homes and businesses. However, the ideal scenario is to exclude rodents from structures and to maintain a rodent control service that will prevent future infestations in structures.
Joel is excellent! He is very professional and friendly! Always fun to listen to his knowledge of bugs! He does a great job of getting rid of your pest problems!– Micah P. in Tulsa, OK We’ve been using Joel for a couple of years now, and he is exactly what you are looking for in Pest control. Don’t hesitate to call him.– Chris S. in Tulsa, OK Joel is amazing! Great value, kind, knowledgeable, and very professional. I would recommend him and his service to friends, family, and business associates.– Richard Z. in Tulsa, OK
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