Protect Your Home With Rodent Control Tempe

by | May 2, 2013 | Pest Control

Rodent Control to help get rid of ants, bats, bees, termites, rodents, scorpions, snakes, and wasps that have invaded your home or business. Bees, or wasps can build homes and nests under an eave or under a patio roof. Ants may form a colony right outside your foundation, come inside, and head right for the kitchen. Rodents may come inside seeking warmth, especially in the cold desert nights, and they bring all kinds of bacteria and diseases.

People new to the Phoenix area may not know about scorpions, but these critters will come inside your home. You may not know you have one until you accidentally step on it with a bare foot, or put your foot into a shoe where a scorpion is hiding. A home or office building will need to be sprayed regularly around the foundation to keep scorpions out.

Homes are not invulnerable fortresses to keep these pests out. First of all, not all homes in the area are built of concrete blocks. Many are of wood construction, making those homes vulnerable to termites, which can destroy the wood. Even homes built with brick or concrete are not impenetrable. Over time, rodents like rats and mice can chew their way through all kinds of building materials; not just insulation and wiring, but even some cement if it’s crumbling and metals if they’re soft enough. Professional Rodent Control is a much safer alternative than setting rodent poison around your property yourself. A child or pet could easily get into it.

A professional Rodent Control Tempe technician has the right high-tech equipment to locate pests and vermin and much safer alternatives to get them out. Bait stations are closed so that kids and pets can’t get into them. If an animal like the dog or cat ingests a rodent who has eaten the bait, the pet will not be poisoned.

Another tool available to pest control Tempe is thermal imaging, with which they can detect changes in temperature, inside hidden areas of the structure, to reveal obscure areas of temperature changing indicating air flowing into or out of the home. These gaps indicate where pests are getting access to come inside. Thermal imaging reveals not only air leaks, but also pests themselves, like bee hives built inside walls.

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