Proper rodent control is essential to protecting your property and your family’s health. Wildlife control services should be used as soon as a mice or rat infestation is noticed. Defecating and urinating rats and mice not only create terrible odor and damage to your home, but they also spread parasites that, in turn, spread disease.
Rat and mice excrement is just one way these little creatures can damage property. Rodents are known to chew through nearly anything—from clothing to electrical wires—destroying important documents, woodwork, and even putting your home or building at risk for electrical fires.
Our experts at Magnolia Wildlife Solutions use the traditional methods of baiting and trapping for rodent control, backed by years of experience and excellent technology. Our wildlife control technicians know rodent behavior and hiding patterns. That’s why we strategically place rodent traps and mice deterrents to help prevent reentry.
Trapping is an effective form of rodent control, but it may require several return visits depending on activity. Traps are strategically located and checked at regular intervals, with rodents being removed and activity documented.
Baiting is the fastest and most cost-effective form of rodent extermination. Whenever possible, this is our top recommendation. Baiting can take several days to work, depending on the size of the rodent infestation, but usually requires only one visit.
Our Rodent Control is Safe for Humans & Pets
While rodent control is a top priority, so is the safety of your family and pets. Our pest control technicians place all bait in tamper-resistant stations to ensure no children or pets have access.
In addition to ensuring complete extermination of rodents, trapping is also environmentally friendly.
Why Rodents Want In
Rats, along with other rodents, are warm-blooded creatures. That means they seek warm places to nest. Rodents also come into houses for food. Any food scraps are good enough for a rat, and so is leather, soap residue, and fur. If you have a dog that’s always shedding, it can be an attraction to rats. Indoor plants are also a food source for a rodent.
How do you stop rodents from coming in? Keep an eye out for leaks. Check the likely access points, from windows to walls to vents, and seal them up. You can put a mesh net on your chimney to keep rodents from coming down. When you take out the garbage, make sure the cans are sealed up tight. If you have pets, you may find it helpful to get them on a set eating schedule. Instead of leaving the food out all day and night, set it out for a restricted period of time.
Killing the rodents will not be a long-term solution. Other rodents will come in through the same entry points and for the same reasons. The real key is humane removal followed by permanent prevention.
Contact Us for Rodent Control in Olive Branch
At our rodent removal company in Olive Branch, we understand that rodents can be a nuisance. That's why Magnolia Wildlife Solutions offers humane options for rodent control. We know you want to get rid of rodents as quickly and efficiently as possible, and we're here to help. Our rodent removal experts will work with you to create a customized rodent control plan that will fit your needs. We'll also provide you with tips on how to prevent rodents from coming back in the future. Contact us today to take the first step in removing rodents from your home, business, or property.
“Magnolia Wildlife/Jay humanely trapped the squirrels in our roof which required several trips to our home at all hours of the day.”Robert L.