"The common house mouse 'Mus musculus' is the 2nd most successful mammal on the planet." Dr. Robert M. Corrigan, rodentologist.

Why not seal the openings? Our services include sealing the openings to prevent mice and rats from entering in the first place
and a rodent management program to help eliminate and manage existing populations outside.

Snap traps are used in the interior and tamper resistant bait stations are used on the exterior.

Outside bait stations are needed because mice and rats breed 6-8 times per year.
With a gestation period of 26 days, offspring are able to reproduce in 6-8 weeks.
Within 1 year, a healthy female rat can produce 6-8 litters with 6-8 pups in each litter.
The offspring reach sexual maturity in 6-8 weeks.
At any time, as many as 30% of the females in a population may be pregnant.



Without a pest management program in place, rodents will multiply around your home or property.

Rodents leave a pheramone behind, along with urine and droppings, thereby marking their travel routes for other rodents.

With a large healthy rodent population around your home, it's very possible that rodents will chew new holes to gain entry.

Rodents carry and spread serious diseases including salmonellosis (food poisoning).

Mice and rats have been found to chew and damage communication cables such as telephone lines and satellite cables.

Gnawing causes expensive structural damage and may also cause fires if rodents gnaw on electrical wires.

Roof rats are known to raid bird nests of bird eggs. Mice and rats will take over a bird feeder.

Rats and mice deficate on children's toys, barbecues, lawn chairs and tables and other items outside.

Rodents gnaw on fruit trees - especially Myer lemon trees - in many cases killing or severely damaging the tress.

Nesting rodents can cause severe damage to hot tubs or swimming pools pump houses by gnawing on electrical wiring and insulation.

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