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Your search for a reliable Garden Grove rodent control company ends with us. A family-owned business, 360 Rodent Control delivers effective solutions that will leave your Garden Grove house rodent-free. We are the nation’s leading experts in resolving rat infestations. Our holistic approach to rodent control will solve your rat problem and ensure the rodents don’t return.

Causes of rat infestations

Perhaps you have lived in your home rat-free until now. Or maybe you recently purchased a previously vacant commercial property that happens to be plagued by mice. A rodent infestation may seemingly occur out of nowhere even if your property is generally clean and sanitary. Nevertheless, there are certain conditions that are more likely to attract rats and lead to an infestation.

Unsanitary conditions

Most people think of rats as unclean animals that love garbage. Rodents are happy to consume organic materials like fruit and vegetable peels, food waste, and animal feed. Cleaning your property regularly is only the beginning. If you or your neighbors store garbage in unsecured bins, rodents may quickly move into the area and eventually invade nearby homes.


We’ll get rid of them and clean the mess they left behind.

Cluttered conditions

Your space may be clean, but it can still attract rats if you have clutter. Rats and mice use clutter for protective covering as they move about your space. If you have fabric or paper products, rats may shred these items and use the scraps to build a nest.

Standing water

Leaking pipes can attract rodents that are on the hunt for a water supply. The same is true of fountains, birdbaths, and even your pet’s water dish. Property owners should resolve all leaks and avoid allowing standing water to collect in yards and other outdoor spaces. Remove pet dishes promptly after feeding pets or allowing pets to drink water.

Improperly-stored food

Farms, restaurants, and domestic kitchens are highly attractive to mice and rats. Properly refrigerating and storing food in airtight containers is critical to deterring rodents in these settings. Cleaning up spills minimizes the risk of rodents coming to view your kitchen as unlimited buffet.

Garden Grove rat control specialists

Our approach to rat control is based on our thorough understanding of rat behavior. We know that rats use pheramones to create scent pathways. Once a rat enters your Garden Grove house, the rat establishes a scent trail it can follow to go to and from its newfound spot. Rodents generally bring additional rodents along with them when they return to a new home they’ve created for themselves. When we remove rodent scent trails from your property, rats and mice no longer have a way of returning after they’ve been ousted.

Rat-proofing services in Garden Grove, CA

Our rat-proofing strategy will prevent rats from returning to a home they have previously infested. If you have never had rodents, rat-proofing may also protect you against future infestations. We seal every crack, crevice, and hole rodents can potentially enter. Our technicians use a variety of materials to make it even more difficult for mice and rats to invade your space.

Attic and crawl space cleaning

Rodents are attracted to attics and crawl spaces because they can live in both areas undetected. Attics are usually cluttered with storage items. Rats use clutter to conceal their presence. They shred fabric, attic insulation, and garbage and use the shreds to construct nests. Crawl spaces give rats easily accessible shelter from outside. Once inside your home’s crawl space, rats can eventually move into your home’s interior.

We will thoroughly clean your attic and crawl space to eliminate the scent trails, nests, urine, and other biological materials rats leave behind. After we rid both spaces of potentially toxic rodent contaminants, your home will likely smell better, and rats will no longer have interest in returning.

AC services

Homeowners are often surprised to learn about the important connection between pest control and the performance of their air conditioner. In addition to cooling your home, your air conditioner can:

  • lower indoor humidity levels and reduce the feeling of “stickiness” during summer
  • remove odors from the air
  • improve indoor air quality by filtering out contaminants
  • discourage insects from entering your home

Our leading air conditioning solutions will have your home feeling comfortable and smelling fresh all summer. Contact us to learn more or to schedule an inspection.

HVAC ductwork services

After the air conditioner cools hot air, the conditoined air travels through HVAC ducts to each room indoors. HVAC ducts can develop cracks that allow cool air to leak. If your HVAC ducts have leaks, your air conditioner has to work harder to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature. Rodents can also enter HVAC ducts through holes and cracks. We install, repair, and maintain HVAC ducts. We can deter rodents from entering your home by sealing cracks in your HVAC system’s ducts. Ask us how we can potentially help you save money on your cooling bill while keeping rats out.

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Do rodents spread diseases?

Rats and mice are both capable of spreading serious diseases to humans. Plague, hantaviruses, and rat-bite fever are among the rat-borne ailments that can attack the respiratory system and cause flu-like symptoms and diarrhea in humans. If left untreated, some diseases carried by rats can even cause death.

What is the difference between rats and mice?

Rats and mice are two different varieties of rodent. The main difference between the two is size. Rats are generally larger than mice.

How do rodents spread diseases to people?

Humans can become infected by rodents in several ways. It is not uncommon for rats to bite humans. Rodents can transmit diseases if they scratch a human. People who have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory sensitivities may experience symptoms if they breathe in rat dander. Humans may contract salmonella if they consume food that has come in contact with rats. Decontaminating all surfaces rats have touched and discarding contaminated food is critical to reducing the risk of rats spreading illness to humans.

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