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Rodent Control


Protecting your home or business from rodents should be a top priority. The health risks of ongoing exposure to mice and rats feces can create severe health risks


  • A female house mouse gives birth to a litter of approximately six mice about 19 days after mating and is capable of mating again in two days.
  • Can produce six to 10 litters a year.
  • Are able to mate two months after birth.
  • Can produce 2,500 heirs in six months, with ideal conditions and no mortality.
  • Establish a nesting site near sources of food and feed 15 to 20 times a day.


  • Various species are problematic in the U.S., mainly the Norway rat and roof rat.
  • Bite more than 45,000 people each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
  • Can burrow three feet straight into the ground, chew through building materials such as glass, cinderblock, wire, aluminum and lead, and can climb inside pipes with diameters between one-half and four inches.
  • Primarily rely on smell, taste, touch and hearing.
  • Eat and urinate on human and animal food.
  • Support many ectoparasites.