Rodent Control in Washington DC Has Never Been Easier
Nest Pest Control Exterminates Rodents
Rodents Spread Disease, Eat Your Food And Destroy Your Property
Traditional Rodent Control Doesn’t Always Work
Mice have bigger ears and eyes in proportion to rats.
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- Keep disease carriers out of your home and space.
- Protect your family, your food and your home from rodent destruction.
- Keep regular inspections to ensure no new rodent activity.
- Free inspections (must ask for it) identify what types of rodents you have and the level of activity in your space.
- We seal up their entry points to keep you protected longer.
- We treat all types of rodents from mice and rats to squirrels and gophers
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We then lay rodenticide bait. This poison dehydrates the rodents, causing them to seek water sources, usually outside. We will also lay different types of traps designed for the rodent in your house.
After the rodents are found to be gone from your home, we seal up any holes and entry points to keep them from coming back. Sometimes this is minor or quite extensive. We’ll help you figure out the best solution for your situation.
We Control Rodents On Farms And Commercial Properties, Too
We don’t just work inside Washington, DC. The images below were of a job we did in Rosaryville, MD. A farm was having a terrible time in keeping the rats out of a particular outbuilding. They noticed that even though there were rat traps placed all over the stables and that they were using all sorts of bait, the problem wasn’t being solved.
Since they were stabling horses, there needed to be a better, professional solution. They called us up and we went out to inspect the property. What we found was surprising. Everyone expects mice and rats and other rodents to get in through the main doors. Maybe through a window. But what we found is that these rodents were burrowing under the building.
We reported our findings and suggested a mesh inlay in concrete seals for the entire foundation. We then proceeded to dig a trench, lay the mesh and pour the concrete. Since then the troubles are gone and we have another customer breathing easy again!
The stables in Rosaryville, MD. We started by identifying all the entry points.
This is farther down the same wall. We found 14 entry points and several more that were begun.
We started by identifying all the entry and exits. Then exterminated all the current rat residents. After that, we dug a trench around the perimeter of the building and laid mesh into it. This is us measuring the mesh before mixing with concrete and final placement.
After the concrete was laid, we buried it with earth, sod and rocks as shown below.
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We don’t always use it, but it is sure handy to have when we need it. In the old days, we’d have to tear up the flower beds to find the tunnels and flush out the rat. It’s a lot faster and safer these days.
Whatever the situation requires, we are prepared to handle it for you. So give Nest a call and allow us to make your home yours again.
Got questions about rodent control, Nest Services or pest control in general? Just ask. For your convenience, here are a few popular questions to read:
Are rats dangerous to me or my family?
The primary reason rats are dangerous is the disease they carry, like bubonic plague. However, since they are often host to fleas and ticks, there are a lot of diseases they can pass along. They also run through their own urine and droppings, spreading bacteria and viruses that way, too.
They can also bite and their bites sometimes are disease-ridden too. So don’t mess with rats. If you see one in your home, call us.
How can I tell the difference between a rat and a mouse?
Rat droppings are larger, perhaps up to three-quarters of and inch. And they are more brick-shaped, squarish and chunky.
Second, see what they are eating. Mice tend to go toward fresher food and carbs, like flour, grains and the like. Rats are more omnivorous and will eat tuna, pet food and other foods you might be surprised by.
Finally, rats and mice do not get along. They’ve been known to kill and eat mice. Rats don’t even get along with other rat species. They tend to battle it out and Norway rats tend to win. Regardless, you have a mouse or a rat problem, not both at the same time, and you need to call us out immediately.”
How do I get rid of mice?
If mice are already in. your home, do not set bait out where it is easily accessible by children or pets. Rather, find their traces and place bait, traps and other things there. Remember, you might catch a mouse, but then you’ll have to dispose of it. This can be traumatizing to some if the mouse is still alive when you come to it.
The best option to get rid of mice is to call Nest Pest Control. We’ll come out, do an inspection and come up with a plan. Then you can sit back and relax while we take care of all the details!