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Beautiful fruit orchards and agricultural landscape make Santa Paula a delightfully tranquil place to live. Unfortunately, rats love to nibble on fresh fruit as much as humans do. Agricultural communities are rodent wonderlands. Mice and rats can access all the food they want and find the materials and protective shelter they need to build nests. Santa Paula residents count on 360 Rodent Control to keep their properties rat-free.
Rodents in your Santa Paula home
When you’re relaxing at home, the last thing you want to hear is the sounds of rats running around in your attic. Although you may keep your house relatively clean, rodents are attracted to suburban areas with lots of vegetation. We recommend keeping your landscaping neatly trimmed with no overgrowth. Rodents can take up residence inside overgrown gardens and in piles of mulch and lawn clippings. When the opportunity arises, they can move into your home and stake their claim on their favorite areas.
Rodents in your place of business
Food-oriented businesses often find it challenging to keep rats away. The food industry is heavily regulated to prevent manufacturers, restaurants, and food packaging companies from adopting lax sanitation policies. If you have rodents in your place of business, you may be required to suspend business operation until you’ve resolved your rat problem. Moreover, if customers become aware that you have rats, you may be tasked with restoring your business’ positive reputation.
We can identify the underlying causes of your rodent infestation and recommend solutions. We’ll make recommendations to help you correct conditions that attract rodents to your place of business.
We’ll get rid of them and clean the mess they left behind.
Holistic rodent control company in Santa Paula
Our rodent control specialists understand the way rats think, move, and behave. We don’t just focus on exterminating or getting rid of rats. We know that rodents create scent paths when they enter your home and find an area they like. They can use the scent path to easily return to the same area whenever they venture out. Other rodents can also use the same scent path. As rodents come and go, they bring even more rodents back to your home with them. The new rodents explore your property and create their own scent trails.
Santa Paula rat proofing service
Our rat-proofing service can benefit your property whether you have an infestation or if your goal is to prevent an infestation. Rodents can enter through cracks that are as narrow as ¼-inch across. We seal every crack, crevice, and hole to keep rodents out of your home.
Air duct sealing
A traditional HVAC system has hidden ductwork through which your air conditioner disperses cooled air. The system’s ductwork can become warped and damaged over time and develop cracks. Rodents can enter the ductwork through the cracks and infest your HVAC system’s ducts. We can seal your HVAC ducts to keep rodents out of your space. In addition to preventing rodent entry, your air conditioner will not have to work as hard to cool your entire home, and your energy bills will likely decrease.
Attic and crawl space cleaning
Rodents prefer to stay in the most secluded areas in your home. The crawl space is often most accessible from the outside. Attics are out of the way and allow rodents to establish their population without being discovered by humans. As rodents make themselves at home, they leave waste, saliva, and other biological contaminants in your space. If a rodent is carrying a disease, humans can become ill if they come in contact with any of the rodents’ bodily fluids.
We’ll clean and decontaminate your attic and crawl space by removing rodent nests, bodily fluids, and scent paths. The unpleasant smells that often go along with rodent infestations will also be a thing of the past.
Attic insulation repair
While rats are residing in your attic, they are also likely helping themselves to your attic insulation. Rodents love to shred insulation foam, burrow into it cozily, and even eat certain varieties. The destruction rats do to home insulation can cause your cooling bills to increase. Our team includes experienced insulation technicians who can repair or replace the damaged insulation in your attic.
Electrical wiring repair
If you’ve got rats in your wall, your home’s electrical system may be at risk. Rodents chew on electrical wires and increase the risk of an electrical fire or blackout occurring. We have licensed technicians who can neutralize the risk by repairing or replacing the damaged wiring.
The specialists at 360 Rodent Control are the only professionals you have to call when it comes to solving your rat problems. From resolving your infestation to repairing damage caused by rodents, we are trained and equipped to meet your needs. Contact us to learn more about our rodent control and related home repair solutions. Our services are available to homes in Santa Paula, CA and surrounding areas.
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Do over-the-counter rodent control products work?
Over-the-counter products do not compare to the knowledge and expertise of a rodent control professional. Some hardware store products work better than others depending on the type of rodents you have. Therefore, you may have a period of trial and error before you see significant results. Rat poisons can expose pets and small children to toxins. Contact us to learn about our safe, effective holistic rodent control service.
How can I determine whether there is a severe rodent on my property?
You can’t tell by looking. Because rodents are nocturnal animals who avoid interaction with humans, you may only see a rat here and there while having a much larger rat population thriving on your property.
What’s the difference between rats and mice?
The main difference between rats and mice is size. Rats are generally larger. They have a longer, thicker, hairless tail. People are more likely to keep mice as pets because mice are smaller, and their features are more delicate. Both types of rodent can spread diseases.