Four-Legged Unwanted Guests

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Domesticated little furry friends can make great pets, but wild rodents aren’t exactly cute and cuddly when they’re destroying your home. They not only eat your food, but they contaminate it and spread disease throughout your home and business which endangers both your family and your pets. If you are trying to run a business, you are surely putting your patrons and your business at great risk. 

Let Premier show them the door and rid yourself of these unwanted guests!

  • Rats
  • Mice
  • Other four-legged creatures and accidental wildlife visitors…

Sorry, two-legged “pests” are not our business.

We also do not do bats.

Rats & Mice 

Eradication of rats and mice can be a process. You may suspect them by actually hearing them – mostly at night – or seeing one scurry across the room. Perhaps you’ve even seen their feces laying around.

Rats and mice will go wherever they can find food and shelter. Rats, although they may look large, only need a tiny hole about the size of a quarter – or a 1/2 inch crack to fit through. Rats are carriers of many different diseases, they contaminate food with their urine and feces, and sometimes they bite. Rats are primarily nocturnal. Even though they often live for less than a year, they can breed in large quantities.

The house mouse can fit into a crack of only a quarter inch. They can and do get in everywhere. If your house has food and has any small openings, eventually mice will find their way in. Mice are primarily nocturnal as well, they can dig, they gnaw like all rodents do, and they can produce a tremendous number of offspring.

They all chew on wires, which can cause a fire hazard. They eat your food and contaminate far more than they eat, often spreading diseases that pets and humans can contract. They leave droppings everywhere they roam, and these droppings are also often disease ridden. They spread filth and pestilence, and many diseases. They can also bring in fleas and ticks. 

Prevention includes making sure all holes of a larger diameter than a pencil are sealed. Seal any cracks and voids. Don’t overlook proper drainage at the foundation and always install gutters or diverts which will channel water away from the building.

Contact Premier for a free consultation and estimate. Let us help you get rid of them and prevent new entry now!