Tempe Rat Removal & Rodent Control
from Attics, Crawlspaces & Walls.
Tempe Rat Removal and Control in Tempe,
Glendale, Scottsdale, Peoria, Phoenix, and Mesa Arizona, AZ.
Tempe Rat Removal and Rodent Control is a common service provided by wildlife control operators. There are many common rat species in Arizona such as the Norway Rat, also known as The Brown Rat, The Roof Rat, and The Black Rat. Rodent Control is commonly associated with highly populated urban areas and is a common problem throughout the cities of Tempe, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Peoria, and Glendale, Arizona.
Rat control is a scary phrase. If the filthy pests have made their way onto your property, or worse yet, into your home, they bring with them the threat of various diseases that can be harmful to you and your family. Remember, you are not alone. These small creatures are experts at finding ways into homes through the smallest of spaces, like a half inch crack or a small hole about the size of a quarter. Rats are carriers of many offensive diseases. A rat bite to humans will happen to more than fifteen thousand people each year. That is a lot or rat bites! Rat Removal is an urgent matter and if left unchecked, they can breed large populations of babies in a short amount of time.
COMMON PROBLEMS THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH RAT REMOVAL IN TEMPE:
- Infestation in your attic, walls, sheds.
- Lots of droppings.
- Chewing holes in your attic screens.
- Tearing up your attic insulation.
- Infestation in your crawlspaces
Rats are some of the most troublesome and damaging rodents in the United States of America. They can eat and contaminate food, damage structures and property, and transmit nasty parasites and diseases to other animals and even humans. Rats live and thrive in a many varieties of climates and conditions and are found in and around homes and other buildings, on farms, and in gardens and open fields.
People don’t often see rats, but the signs of their presence are easy to detect. In Arizona, the most troublesome rats are two introduced species, the roof rat and the Norway rat.
How to Spot a Rat Infestation in your home.
Because rats are active throughout the whole year, periodically check for signs of their presence. Once rats have invaded your garden or landscaping, unless you believe your house is truly rodent proof, it is only a matter of time before you will find evidence of them indoors. Experience has shown it takes less time to control rodents before their numbers get too high, and fewer traps and less bait (therefore less expense) will be required if the control and removal is started early on.
Note: Have a licensed wildlife control specialist in Tempe like Arizona Wildlife Control come in and remove these rats for you. Rats can be very aggressive creatures and are a very common carrier of rabies. Only an experienced person with the right equipment should attempt to perform a rat extraction because the odds of being bitten are very high.