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When the weather starts to get cooler, rodents start looking for warm places to get out of the cold. Sometimes, rodents can end up in our houses as they provide food and shelter. Rodents can be very dangerous pests when found inside. Mice, rats, and squirrels can all carry germs, ticks, fleas, and transmit diseases. They also can contaminate food, damage your property, and chew on wires causing a fire hazard. Rodents are afraid of humans and will try to stay as far away from you as possible. Sometimes they can be hard to find because of their small size, which is why it is important to bring in rodent control professionals.
Here are some signs of rodents to look out for:
So you think you may have a rodent in your home. Now what? Give your local rodent control professional a call. All of our exterminators are fully licensed and certified to ensure you receive the best treatment options. Our rodent control services consist of three steps. First, our rodent technicians will inspect your home for any small cracks and crevices that the rodents may have used to get inside. They will then set up traps and baiting systems to help eliminate rodents in your building. After about two weeks, we will come back for our second service to reset traps. For the final service, our exterminator will set up more baiting systems to help keep your home rodent-free.
When you’ve got rodents inside your house, you want trained professionals you can trust to get them out. At ProfExt we pride ourselves on having the best rodent control exterminators in the area. All of our technicians are fully trained and licensed so you can trust they know what they’re doing. New hires to the company train alongside our experts to get the best training. We also require all of our technicians to take part in ongoing training. That way they can learn about all the new techniques and methods for rodent control and you can get the best treatments possible.
Mice are one of the most troublesome pests in the United States and tend to be one of the most damaging as well. They have the remarkable ability to adapt to almost any environment, and they reproduce quickly, so it is no wonder that they are one of the most successful mammals living on Earth. So, if you think you need mouse control in CT, you should act fast before your problem escalates into a major infestation.
Mice are scavengers that are always on the lookout for water, food, and shelter. Because of this, your home or building can look like a very appealing place for them to stay. Unfortunately, mice can do a lot of damage once they take up residence. They contaminate and eat your food and crops, cause structural damage, chew through electrical wiring, contaminate insulation, and can destroy your items and furniture. So, if they do make their way into your home you'll want to get rid of mice, fast!
Mice can also introduce allergens, bring in ticks or fleas, and initiate other health concerns. Breathing in dust containing mouse excrements has even been linked to Hantavirus, and fatal respiratory infections. So, if you suspect you may have a rodent problem, enlisting the help of professional mouse pest control services will help you confidently tackle your pest issues.
ProfExt is here to help you with all of your mouse pest control needs. We can look for holes, gaps, or cracks around your property that mice may be able to squeeze themselves through (they can get through openings as small as the size of a dime). If we do find a problem, we can help you effectively eliminate and mouse-proof your home or building. With over 30 years of experience in the pest industry, you can count on us to provide you with professional, customized, and safe mouse control in CT.
Founded right here on the Connecticut shoreline in 1986, ProfExt is a proudly locally owned and operated business. Here at ProfExt, we view everyone as our neighbors and are dedicated to making sure you receive the best services possible. All of our products are family-friendly, so you can safely remove pests like rodents in a way that is safe for you. Over the last 30 years, we’ve taken that time and used it to find the best treatment methods and products to use.
We service the following areas on the Connecticut Shoreline: