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Rats are some of the most problematic rodents in the US.

In California, the most common rats are the roof rat and the Norway rat. For effective elimination, it is important to know which rat species are present.

Rodents are a among a large group of animals containing numerous species that will invade buildings or otherwise become a nuisance to humans.  These animals naturally compete with each other for available harborage and resources within their home ranges.  Structures such as homes, sheds, and commercial buildings quickly can become a shelter for these animals.  They consume and contaminate food, damage structures and property, and transmit parasites and diseases to other animals and humans.

Both Norway and Roof rats gain entry to structures by gnawing, climbing, jumping, or swimming through sewers and entering through the toilet or broken drains. The Noway rat is a much better swimmer, and the Roof rat are more agile and better climbers. Rats, especially young rats (young rats are often confused with the house mouse), can squeeze through a gap of only ½ inch.

Effective elimination of these animals will first require a Pest Evaluation of your property to determine the best method of control.  This will include providing a written plan for excluding the rodents from entering the structure and making recommendations for any necessary repairs.  Once that has been completed, a trapping, baiting or combination treatment program will begin.  Lastly, a monitoring plan will be in place to track results and ensure control levels are maintained at the desired level.   

Please contact Vanish Pest Control for expert rodent control throughout the Bay Area and Central Valley.

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