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Rodent Control

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rodentRodent are the most threatening pest caused 20% of world’s food supply losses, spread multiple diseases to people, damage building structures, ignite fire by chewing wires/cables, and make environment unpleasant.

Rodents are highly sensitive to smell, taste, touch and hearing but imperfect in vision, usually they observe movements and recognize the shapes of things, active in night due to depend on senses.

There are 3 common species of rodents Norway Rats, Roof Rats, and House Mouse, all they have little difference in their size, taste, and habits.

Rodent infestation highlight by their droppings, visual sightings, gnawing wires, oil marks, and urine stains, for effective rodent control measures are initially you must eliminate their harborages if allocate, remove all junk, clean garbage storage from premises, and plug all entry sources of rodents.

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  • rodent2Rodents are responsible to spread out diseases like plague, leptospirosis, salmonellosis, etc.
  • Consume and contaminate approximately 20% of the worlds food supply
  • Cause property damage by gnawing on building structures, wiring, and insulation.
  • Rodents carry fleas and other parasites into premises cause viral diseases in humans.
  • Rats can squeeze through cracks ½ inch wide; mice, ¼ inch wide. Any place a pencil can be poked, a mouse can go.
  • Both Norway & Roof rats need source of water to survive, however Mice can source water by metabolized from food.



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  • Rodent droppings near to food storage area, cupboards, kitchen cabinets, toilets & outside premises.
  • Gnawing & chewing wire, food packets, clothes, furniture and building structure etc.
  • Runways, oil marks, Rodent sounds and odors


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Rodent control should include a combination of tools such as pest control application of rodenticide baits/traps and sanitation to seal pack the entry sources for rodents produce a hostile environment for rodent pests.

The effectiveness to remain rodents in control depend on the symptoms which lead to determine what kind of species (rodents) have infested the premises, what they are feeding and their patterns of movement indicate size of population and the level of infestation, it takes time to realize the kind of species.

We cannot directly target the hideouts & breeding sites of Rodents, so that’s why we use the most attractive feeds to catch the attention of the rodents which blended with poison to dodge them, as they take killed and initially adult population of rodent is being slowly reduced we call it in our quotes “Flash Out Service”.

We apply the following professional methods to control rodents

  1. Instant Killing Bait
  2. Anticoagulant Bait (Slow action Poison)
  3. Glue Traps
  4. Ultraviolet rays
  5. Fumigation if found rats opening tunnels


Rodenticides are poisons which kill rodents but it should be apply safely because harmful to pets and people, Anticoagulant rodenticides cause death in rodents by disrupting the normal blood clotting system as a result  rodents kill through internal bleeding.


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Moreover, Rodenticide baits, traps don’t work alone for longer period if proper preventive measures may not have taken such as sanitation that can protect by blocking entry sources and rodenticide bait kill rodents by attracting them as feed both measures maintain control to enter into premises.


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  1. Proper removal of trash and garbage piles
  2. Removal of grass, weeds, and undesirable junk
  3. Removal of vegetation adjacent to buildings
  4. Elimination of potential rodent harborages if found within premises
  5. Storage should proper check once in a week.

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