Rodent Control

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Professionals in Eliminating Rodents At Your Property

Having mice and rats in your house or office is unhealthy. These uninvited guests dig their way in, searching for food and shelter and leaving chew marks and dung on your premises. Luckily, our team at Johnny Rat Pest Control is here to help you with your rodent problems.

Providing Outstanding Service

You can count on our experienced group to completely inspect your space and trace the signs of infestation. We will identify the extent of the problem and provide you with the best solution to remove rats and mice from your premises. Our skilled and knowledgeable exterminators will also offer recommendations to help you make sure you keep rodents away.

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Roof-Rats

Roof Rats

Roof rats can fit through holes as small as one-half inch in diameter. Because they prefer to be high in the air, these rodents may climb on power lines or tree branches to get on the roof.

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Norway Rats

Norway rats will gnaw away parts of the home to enlarge a potential entryway and often burrow their way inside by digging. Older buildings with poor construction and maintenance are at a higher risk for rodent problems.

Roof-Rats

Roof Rats

Roof rats can fit through holes as small as one-half inch in diameter. Because they prefer to be high in the air, these rodents may climb on power lines or tree branches to get on the roof.

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Norway Rats

Norway rats will gnaw away parts of the home to enlarge a potential entryway and often burrow their way inside by digging. Older buildings with poor construction and maintenance are at a higher risk for rodent problems.

House-Mice

House Mice

House mice can use even dime-sized cracks to gain entry into homes. They seek shelter indoors to escape inclement weather or predators like snakes and coyotes and to locate food sources. Cluttered attics and basements provide excellent hiding places for the pests to build nests and reproduce, while dirty dishes and unsealed pantry goods offer food sources. Wall voids and voids under cabinets are also likely places for mice to live.

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House Mice

House mice can use even dime-sized cracks to gain entry into homes. They seek shelter indoors to escape inclement weather or predators like snakes and coyotes and to locate food sources. Cluttered attics and basements provide excellent hiding places for the pests to build nests and reproduce, while dirty dishes and unsealed pantry goods offer food sources. Wall voids and voids under cabinets are also likely places for mice to live.

Protect Your Property Today

For a free inspection, reach out to our friendly and reliable staff now. Our team looks forward to helping you have a safe and clean place.