Types of RATS


House Mice

The house mouse is the most commonly encountered and economically important of the commensal rodents. House mice are not only a nuisance, but they can pose significant health and property threats. House mice breed rapidly and can adapt quickly to changing conditions. In fact, a female house mouse can give birth to a half dozen babies every three weeks and can produce up to 35 young per year.


Norway Rats

The Norway rat commonly referred to as the street or sewer rat. Rats are known to cause damage to properties and structures through their gnawing. Norway rats have bristly brown fur, with black hairs dispersed throughout their coat. Norway rats have small eyes and ears, and their tails are shorter than the length of their head and body coupled together.

Rats cost $20m worth of damage every year

Rodents can be difficult to keep out of structures. For instance, mice can squeeze through spaces as small as a dime and rats can fit through holes the size of a quarter. For proper rodent pest control, seal any cracks and voids. Ensure there is proper drainage at the foundation and always install gutters or diverts which will channel water away from the building. A rodent exterminator can also help you identify ways in which a rodent may be entering your home. If you do find signs of an infestation? Contact Repel Pest Management and Pest Control promptly. A rodent exterminator will be able to inspect your home, confirm the species and recommend a course of rodent control treatment.

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