Arizona and Nevada Rodent Control
When rodents invade your home or property, they aren’t just a minor inconvenience. Prolonged rodent infestations put your safety at risk. In addition to damage to your property or vegetation, rodents are known for carrying disease-causing bacteria and can make you sick if you come into contact with their nests or droppings. Common rodents encountered in our area include:
In addition to the health risks that stem from having rodents such as rats in your kitchen or house, rodents can increase the chance of a house fire. In some cases, rodents can ruin your vehicle by chewing through the wires, air filter, or other components under the hood or dashboard.
Think You Have Rats?
If you’ve seen signs of a rodent infestation, such as droppings, holes in your walls, or exposed wiring, you may be tempted to try and address the issue yourself. Traps and other natural methods might be effective in snagging a few mice or a problem pack rat, but it won’t get rid of every rodent. Call the professionals at Burns Pest Elimination. This is the best way to ensure your family stays safe and healthy during the extermination process.
Our Rodent Control Services
Burns Pest Elimination employs a variety of methods to help rid your home or business of rodents. Our rodent control program includes:
- Live traps
- Bait traps
- Snap traps
- Long-term exclusion/trapping programs
Of course, the best way to stop a rodent problem is to prevent one from occurring in the first place. Whether you have recently suffered an infestation or are concerned about potential rodent damage or hazards, work with the pest professionals at Burns to develop and implement an integrated pest management (IPM) strategy. IPM is a proactive plan designed to offer proactive protection for your home, business, and property.
As experienced residential and commercial pest control professionals, we can help you with immediate rodent removal and to prevent future infestations. Calling in a professional is the only way to ensure your family and home is safe from unsanitary and invasive rodents. Contact us today to schedule your inspection.