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Rodent Control Memphis – It is a problem!

Mice and rats nest in great numbers right outside your home and could enter at any time, most often in the fall.

Rats and mice must then seek new food sources as cooler weather approaches and unfortunately, one of these sources may very well be your home.

Mice are excellent climbers and are capable of gaining entry through holes around soffit vents and around cables entering the building through holes in gable vent screens, and through turbine and box vents on roofs.

Even a minor rat infestation can significantly damage electrical wiring and result in a fire hazard. Rats carry a wide variety of diseases including Rat bite fever, Meningitis, Murine typhus, Hantavirus and several other potentially deadly diseases.

HOW TO SPOT AN INFESTATION

Memphis rodent control usually become a nuisance to humans during the fall and winter months.  There are a few signs that you should look for if you suspect that you have an infestation in your home.  These signs include:

  • Droppings – This is one of the most common signs of an infestation.  The “pellets” usually show up in cabinets, below sinks and along baseboards.
  • Nests – Similar in fashion to a birds nest, rodents will build nests in secluded areas of your home.  The nests are usually constructed with shredded paper, cotton and wall insulation.
  • Strange Noises – If you begin to hear strange noises at night, it may not be your imagination!  Typically, rodents are nocturnal and will become very active during the night.  This is when they build their nests and look for food.

Rodent Control Memphis

If you notice any of these signs, it is important that you contact us right away.  Without Memphis rodent control, rodents will multiply rapidly and can cause major damage to your home in a short amount of time.

Call All-State Pest and Lawn at 901-757-9111 to rid your home of annoying mice and disease-carrying rats.