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Rat & mice extermination and removal in Tarzana, California

It’s every homeowner’s nightmare: You wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of tiny rodent feet scampering in your home. If you’ve detected signs of a rodent infestation, it’s time to call the professionals. Tarzana homeowners trust 360 Rodent Control to keep their properties rodent-free. Our one-application, holistic treatment will exterminate the rats and mice. Worried about your pets? No need! Our solution is safe for your furry loved ones.


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

Signs of rodent infestation

Even if you haven't seen a rat or mouse, there may be other clues of a rodent infestation on your property. Rodents commonly leave behind the following:

  • a strong ammonia-like urine odor
  • bite marks in building materials and food containers
  • solid feces pellets
  • footprints
  • nests made from garbage scraps

Although rats and mice are nocturnal, you may see them during the day if you have a severe infestation. An experienced Tarzana pest control technician can determine the size of your rodent infestation.

Rats vs. mice

People incorrectly refer to rats and mice interchangeably. The most noticeable difference between the two species is size. Rats are generally larger than mice. They have larger teeth and a thicker, hairless tail. Rat droppings are larger in size than mouse feces. Both rats and mice can pose health hazards to humans by spreading diseases. Rat and mouse fur can also trigger allergy symptoms and breathing difficulties.

Causes of Tarzana rat infestations

There are several reasons rats may infest your Tarzana, CA property. Unsanitary conditions attract rats and mice. Rodents feed on organic materials like food scraps. They use small pieces of garbage to build nests. Leaking pipes and standing water keep rats hydrated. Bird baths and unattended pet bowls can provide a steady supply of food and water to fuel a rodent infestation. The pest control specialists at 360 Rodent Control can identify factors on your property that may entice rats and mice to settle into your space.

Preventing rodent infestations

The best way to combat mice and rats is to rodent-proof your home. There are several practical steps you can take to discourage rodents from setting up shop on your property.

  • Keep your property clean, and eliminate all clutter
  • Avoid leaving food and water in pet bowls for extended periods
  • Repair leaks, and avoid leaving standing water on your property
  • Store food items in air-tight containers
  • Keep garbage in containers with secure, tight-fitting lids
  • Remove piles of leaves and mulch from your yard
  • Seal any holes you find inside or on the exterior walls of your home or commercial building

In addition to taking practical steps to keeping your home rodent-free, consult your local pest control experts for professional advice. Our experienced team is available to answer all of your questions about rodent control and prevention. If you suspect you may have rats or mice, contact us to schedule a consultation.

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Health hazards caused by rodents

In addition to causing insanitary conditions and embarrassment, rodents can affect your health. Some diseases rats and mice can potentially spread to humans include:

  • Plague
  • Rat Bite Fever
  • Hantaviruses
  • Hantavirus Pulmonary
  • Leptospirosis
  • Salmonella

Tarzana rodent control specialists

360 Rodent Control provides rodent control solutions in Tarzana and surrounding areas. We can:

  • Detect and determine the severity of a rodent infestation
  • Eliminate rodents from residential and commercial settings
  • Prevent infestation by sealing off potential points of entry for rodents
  • Clean and decontaminate common rodent hiding spots

Rodent proofing services in Tarzana, CA

Before an infestation occurs, rodents find a point of entry they can exploit. Mice are able to squeeze through openings as small as the size of a dime. Any crack, crevice, or hole in your home's structure can serve as an entry point for rodents. We specialize in rodent-proofing Tarzana homes to prevent infestations. Our technicians use several different rodent-proofing materials to ensure rats can't regain access once ousted.

Attic and crawlspace cleaning

Rats can do extensive damage to your attic. Over time, rats' tiny claws can destroy the insulation in your home's attic. Compromised insulation causes your home's HVAC to work harder. As a result, you may see a dramatic increase in your heating bills during the cooler months.

Crawl spaces provide rodents with shelter and an easy entry point into your home. If you smell a lingering odor, a rat infestation may be the culprit. We'll clean all rodent contaminants from your home's crawl space. After cleaning, rats and mice can no longer follow their scent trails back to their hiding places.


Tarzana rodent proofing

The technicians at 360 Rodent Control lead the country in resolving rat infestations. We use a multi-prong approach to rid your home of rats and mice. Our strategy draws upon our extensive experience and thorough understanding of rodent behavior. Therefore, we address the problem from multiple angles. In the end, you can count on us to deliver an effective long-term solution.

Insulation services in Tarzana

If rats have destroyed your insulation, the pros at 360 Rodent Control can replace it. We have years of experience in the insulation industry. Over time, we have come to identify cost-effective weatherization solutions. Not only do we install, service, and maintain insulation, but we can save you money in the process.

AC repair after an infestation

Homeowners are often surprised to learn of the relationship between air conditioning and pest control. During hot weather months, a properly-working air conditioner reduces indoor humidity. A professional-grade air conditioning filter can dramatically improve the air quality inside your home. Your air conditioner also plays a role in keeping the indoor air smelling fresh by eliminating odors. Lower indoor temperatures also discourage insects from invading your home. We do air conditioning installation, repair, and maintenance in some of the hottest cities and towns in the U.S. Contact us to learn how our state-of-the-art HVAC solutions can make a difference in your home.

Air duct sealant and repair

Rats can enter your home through unsealed air ducts. Over time, HVAC ductwork can become worn and develop cracks and holes. Throughout the course of their residency on your property, rodents may chew additional holes in your HVAC ducts. Damaged ductwork directly allows conditioned air to escape through holes in the damaged ducts. As a result, you may see a dramatic increase in heating and cooling costs.

If you have a rat infestation in your building’s ductwork, we will erradicate the rodents and treat your property first. After eliminating the infestation, we can seal leaky ducts to keep conditioned air in and rodents out.

Air duct replacement

In some cases, HVAC ducts are so old or damaged that replacement is the best option. If your home has bad air quality, new ductwork may be the key to solving the problem. Signs that you may need to replace your HVAC ducts include:

  • high energy bills
  • lingering scent of mold or mildew
  • aggravated allergies or respiratory symptoms

Some constructions have an inefficient HVAC design. In these cases, some rooms may constantly be uncomfortably warm or cool compared to the rest of the interior. Our team can redesign your ductwork for improved efficiency. An upgraded ductwork design will allow you to consistently maintain a comfortable temperature throughout your space.


If you have one or two mice on your property, DIY mouse traps may be effective. However, resolving an infestation requires the help of a professional. Rodents are capable of having large litters several times a year. Contact a professional right away to determine the extent of your rodent problem.
Even if you have only seen one or two rats, you may have a severe infestation. Rats build their nests in secluded hiding spots. There may be an entire community of rats residing on your property by the time you see one rat. A pest control technician can thoroughly examine your property to determine how many rodents have taken up residence in your home or business.
Using rat poison can be messy and potentially hazardous. Pets and children can become ill if they ingest rat poison. If a poison is effective, you will likely have the unpleasant task of handling and disposing of a dead, potentially disease-carrying rat. Call 360 Pest Control, and let us solve your rat problem cleanly and efficiently.
Our multifaceted approach to rodent control will banish rats after only one treatment. We will take additional steps to keep your residential or commercial property rat-free.
Humans can contract rat-borne illnesses through several ways. Rat dander can trigger asthma and respiratory symptoms. Fleas may transmit diseases to humans they bite after previously biting an infected rat. Rats also commonly bite humans. If an infected rat bites a human, there is a possibility of the human contracting the rat-borne illness. People can become ill if they consume food that has come in contact with rats, rat urine, or rat droppings. You can also get sick from touching a rodent-contaminated surface and then touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
Rat-borne illnesses are generally not transmitted from person to person. However, in Argentina and Chile, there are rare cases in which close person-to-person contact has resulted in the spread of a type of hantavirus known as Andes virus.
Cases of the Plague are not nearly as common today as they were in Medieval Europe. Nevertheless, people do rarely contract different varieties of the disease. Today, Plague is not nearly as deadly as it once was. However, if left untreated, the disease can become very severe and potentially cause death.
Yes! Outdoor rodents can eventually move inside, especially during periods of cold weather. Homeowners are often unaware that an unkempt yard can attract rats. Staying on top of your lawn maintenance can prevent rats from increasing their numbers and venturing indoors.
In addition to leaving behind waste and producing strong, unpleasant odors, rats can physically destroy your property. Rodents gnaw through building materials, including walls and insulation. They chew through wires and can create electrical hazards. Not only can a rodent infestation spread diseases and contaminate your home with toxins, but rats and mice and also cause you to have costly home repair bills.

Many DIY rodent control poisons could harm or even kill your pet. When choosing the right rodent control solution for your home, make sure you go with a holistic treatment that won’t hurt your little pals. 360 Rodent Control offers such a treatment.

Roofing solutions

Did you know that there is a specific variety of rats that can invade your roof? Roof rats are smaller rodents that are agile climbers. They can hide undetected in tight spaces within your roof. Like other rodents, roof rats can chew through pipes, roofing materials, and electrical wires. Roof rats can also spread diseases to humans.

Maintaining the integrity of your roof is critical to keeping your home in optimal condition and preventing rodent infestations. We provide a variety of roofing services. We install, repair, and replace residential and commercial roofs in Tarzana and surrounding areas.

Electrical rewiring services

Our technicians are available to rewire your home whether you are renovating or if rats have damaged your electrical cables. We are licensed, trained, and experienced in installing, repairing, and replacing electrical wiring.

Radiant barrier installation

A radiant barrier is reflective material that redirects exterior heat away from your home. We can install a radiant barrier if you struggle with keeping your home evenly cooled during the hottest months. If your home receives direct sun exposure, a radiant barrier may prevent your roof from getting excessively hot and transferring the heat internally. A radiant barrier can especially be helpful if you have ductwork in your attic. Using a barrier to reflect excess sunlight away from the attic can be less expensive than replacing the insulation in your attic.

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