Rodents, causing a lot of damage, as their teeth continue to grow throughout their lifetime, chewing lead and plastic pipes, insulation material and electric wiring, leading to risks of short circuits and fires, besides transmitting several dangerous diseases. We use products like water-based products or traps which keep them away for long periods.
- Inspect regularly: Train your employees on what to look for and incorporate rodent monitoring into their regular routines.
- Defend the restroom: Install plastic, one-way rodent-proofing valves in toilets to help prevent rodents from entering your building via the sewer line.
- Avoid peak mosquito hours, which include sunrise and sunset times.
- Keep your home clean and well-maintained.
- Leave out food: If you give a mouse a cookie, he’s going to come back for more. Rodents aren’t picky eaters and will take advantage of the free meal.
- Ignore standing water: Rodents need water to survive, so check outdoor faucets and gutters for leaks and puddles.
- The control measure will be carried out by integrating all possible techniques like, burrow fumigation, trapping and poison baiting depending on the infestation level and feasibility of the establishment.