Mice & Rat Exterminator in Washington DC
We Will Eliminate Your Rodent Problem. Fast.
Mice Carry Disease. Mice Eat Your Food. Mice Damage Walls, Electrical and More.
Rats Are Just As Big A Problem As Mice.
Common field mouse. But they don’t always stay in the field, do they?
Why You Need Mouse Extermination Service:
- Mice are cute, but dirty, diseased and destroy everything!
- We hunt mice down and find all their hiding places. So they won’t destroy your home anymore.
- We kill them with a bait and close up entry points.
- We come back to make sure they are gone for good.
You Need Nest Pest Control To Exterminate Mice & Rats At Your Home
Because they are such prolific chewers, mice tend to chew through walls. When they cain an entry point, they will use it and continue expanding their burrows inside your walls. Sometimes rats or mice will chew on the electrical wires. It may kill them, but they’ll take out the power and potentially cause a fire hazard, too.
These rodents are prolific breeders, too. If you’ve noticed mice or rats at your home, you need to get them under control and exterminated quickly or you could bee the epicenter of their new clan.
When we exterminate mice, we hunt down all their entry points and close them up, thus we make sure that the cannot get back in without chewing through again. But the mesh we put up in their entry holes will stop them, too.
Stay Pest-Free Long-Term
The best thing about using Nest Pest Control is that we can stay on top of pest control for you. You won’t have to set up reminders to spray, set traps or bait or poison or anything else. We’ll do it all for you. And, if you choose any of our long-term plans, we can keep your home pest-free for years.
This includes free of rats and mice. We want to make sure you are taken care of long into the future. Give us a call and let’s chat about what kind of pest control service you need from here on out.
This is an outbuilding near Washington DC where we stopped the rats from entering in. Notice the entry holes near the base of the structure.
This is farther down th e same wall. We found 14 entry points and severla that were being started but the rat hadn’t made it all the way through yet.
We did this rat extermination job over the course of three days. The first day was inspection, laying of traps and bait and identifying all the entry points. This image is us laying a mesh wire along a trench we would dig at the foundation. This mesh will keep rats out of the foundation.
After laying the mesh, we puored concrete over and around it to strengthen the defenses. then we layed the dirt back over the surface.
This is the end result. Holes sealed up and a nice rock backfill (and turf in some places) to finish up. Rats shouldn’t be entering this building agin, at least not from any holes. They might still enter a door if left open.
Our schedule fills up quickly and you need service, so call and get booked, today.
When you call now, we can set up a time that is more convenient to come to your home. Don’t miss your window.
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Mice are found in nearly every climate and locale in the nation. Maybe in the icy wastes of the far, far north in Alaska they aren’t there, but everywhere else they are. They seem particularly fond of urban and suburban areas, too. They are excellent clibers, sometimes entering your home through a hole in the soffits or even vent fans on the roof. These little guys, not usually more than 2 inches long and maybe an ounce in weight, are really good at getting into homes through cracks and small openings that most people tend to look over.
Mice and rat activity tends to pick up in the fall and early winter. Not because of the cooler weather, but because their food sources become exceedingly scarce. There aren’t a lot of seeds and nuts around this time. So they seek out other sources and usually find plenty of food in your home.
Below, you can see one type of improvement to rat control over the years, we pump CO (carbon monoxide) into the crevices where no trap can reach. We monitor the levels to make sure they are safe for residents (who are always out of the townhomes when we do this) and kill the rats.
You might be wondering about the behavior of mice or rats, or have questions about our company or service. Here are a few, if you want to know any more, please call us.