Know About Rodent (Rat, Mice & Lizard)
Rat, Mice & Lizard and other rodents are small animals, but they can cause big problems inside your home or business. In addition to spreading disease and leaving their droppings in your home, rodents can be highly destructive. Pest Defense uses humane methods to trap and relocate rodents and other wildlife from your home. If you have not found the rodent but suspect that one is in the house, we will be happy to conduct a free inspection for you. We have years of experience, special equipment, and the expertise of our on-staff wildlife biologist.
After removing the animal from your home, the next step is to ensure that it cannot return. We can identify and seal likely entry points to prevent a re-entry. We guarantee all our wildlife exclusion work against re-entry by the same species.
Rodents Destroy Your Properties
Rodents contaminate far more food than they actually consume. For example, in six months, one pair of mice can produce some 18,000 fecal droppings. Food and Drug Administration destroys about 400,000 tons of food yearly that is contaminated by rodent droppings.
Rodent is Very Dangerous
They can chew into garbage cans, automobiles, priceless works of art, and nearly any other area or object in and around our homes and businesses. And rats chew wiring. From 5 to 25 percent of all fires of “undetermined origin” are believed to be caused by rats.
We are always ready to offer your prompt service. We make it easy and hassle-free by providing the best customer service experience in the pest protection industry.
WE KNOW OUR STUFF
Pest Defense is to help protect public health by helping to prevent and control pests as well as educating consumers on the potential health risks posed by these pests.
At Pest Defense, we believe that it is our responsibility to care for the earth’s environment while still helping to control pests in our customers’ homes and businesses.
We help students learn about pests and pest management by providing educators with learning resources they can use in their school science curriculum.