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Expert Miami FL Rat Removal

It is recommended that you call 866-336-6154 for rat removal when you see one in your Miami, Florida  home. The common rat carries a number of dangerous diseases and other pests. Even if you have no direct contact with them. Their droppings can be even more dangerous than their bite.

They usually enter the home for warmth and shelter, but also for food. Once inside, they make a lot of scurrying and scratching noises. They will chew on wires, defecate and urinate everywhere, and often enter the home and raid the pantry. They are nocturnal, and amazingly fast and agile.

Rats In The Attic, Walls

If you are hearing scratching noises in the attic or walls of your Miami home, call us. If you see a rat in your attic it is a good possibility that there are more. They breed very quickly and they need to be removed from your walls before you have an infestation.

A rat infestation can lead to severe damage to your home as well as an increased risk of disease. Rats will take advantage of the quiet of an attic and can go seemingly unnoticed for quite some time in the attic or wall spaces.

Rat Exterminator

Our team are trained rat exterminators in Miami. We will set traps to capture the rats that are in your home. We understand the behavior of these animals and know the best traps and where to place them. There are many DIY options out there, but you shouldn’t put yourself or home at risk. These rodents are covered in fleas that are full of terrible diseases that can be life threatening. They often damage and contaminate food products as well. Let us help you with an extermination and exclusion plan.

Extermination is the best way to deal with this pest rodent problem. Let us handle the problem for you. We have the training to safely rid your home of rats.

Rat Damage Repair

After we seal up the entry points so that they can no longer get into your Miami home, we will safely clean up the damage. Rat droppings, dead rats, contaminated insulation and drywall that is left behind can be hazardous to you and your family. We will safely clean what they have left behind and repair the damage that they may have caused.

These rodents can chew through wires and venting causing permanent damage to your property. Frayed and gnawed wires can be a fire hazard if left unrepaired. Laying traps and repairing damage can significantly reduce the likelihood of future rat problems.

The health hazard of rats doesn’t end in the home. Rats, and the disease they carry, is a danger to businesses as well. Rat control options are available for both commercial and residential customers. Don’t let these pests from hurting your employees and patrons, consult with a professional to create a plan to protect your business.


The Complete Guide to Rat Droppings and Squirrel Droppings

Introduction: What are Rat Droppings and Squirrel Droppings?

Rat droppings are small, dry pellets that are about the size of a grain of rice. They are usually found near holes or areas where rats have been foraging for food. Rat droppings can be found in homes and commercial buildings, as well as in sewers and yards.

Squirrel droppings look a lot like rat droppings, but they are larger and more oval-shaped. Squirrels also tend to leave their droppings on branches or other elevated surfaces.

What are the Differences Between Rat Droppings and Squirrel Droppings?

Rat droppings are typically larger, denser, and darker than squirrel droppings. Rat droppings also tend to have a stronger smell than squirrel droppings.

Squirrels tend to leave their droppings in clumps that are spread out over a large area, while rats usually leave their droppings in one pile or in multiple piles close together.

How to Identify Rat Poop from Other Animal Poop

Rat poop is usually found in piles, and it’s usually black or dark brown. Rat poop also has a distinct smell.

Squirrels don’t have a distinctive smell to their droppings, but they do have the tendency to leave behind small pellets that are often found near tree bark.

How to Clean Up After a Rodent Infestation

Rodents can cause a lot of damage to your home. You might not even know you have an infestation until the smell starts to get out of control. They can bring in diseases, contaminate food and water, and leave droppings everywhere.

To get rid of rodents, you need to remove their food sources and seal off entry points. It is also important to be aware that some rodents carry diseases like Hantavirus so it is important that you take precautions when cleaning up after them.

You should start by removing all food sources such as pet food or spilled bird seed from the floor and counters. Rodents will eat anything so it is important to find every possible source of food they have access too and remove it from the area. Next, seal any openings into your house with heavy

Our Wildlife Control Services

Bat Removal

Bats in the attic can easily go unnoticed, when they are discovered the damage from guano accumulation is usually quite extensive. Florida bats can not be removed between April 15 through August 15.

Raccoon Removal

Raccoons in the attic has cause large amounts of damage to the attic insulation, structural beams, often leave large amounts of feces and can even cause water damage from the entry points that they make.

Squirrel Removal

Squirrels in the attic present their own set of problems for a homeowner. Squirrels are known to gnaw the coating from electrical wires which are said to be the cause of 20% of both home and business fires.

Other Wildlife

No matter what your wildlife need may be, we always use a professional approach and our years of experience to find the best and most importantly, the most affordable humane animal removal solution for your needs.

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