How To Get Rodents Out Of Your Home 

Rodents in the home can quickly become quite a problem. Not only can they cause physical damage in the home but they can also spread disease among the occupants. Luckily, it is not all that difficult to keep rodents away and get rid of them entirely. Here are some expert tips on how to do just that. 

1. The first thing you need to do is to make sure the right product is chosen. The product chooses will depend entirely on the type of infestation occurring, along with several other factors. You need to ask yourself several questions such as if the problem is caused by mice or rats, is the infestation serious or is rather minor, what are the environmental factors of the infestation such are there children or pets present and is the problem indoors or outdoors. Also, how comfortable are with using any particular type of control method. 

2. Determine where the problem is at and place the rodent-control products where they are most likely to travel. Typically, this includes places like behind furniture or along walls but they can be placed anywhere there is an issue. If you are unsure as to where they may be most likely to reside, you can always contact a rodent exterminator encino ca. Once you have determined their most likely location, figure out what type of product will work the best. Some traps that are quite popular are glue traps but some people prefer not to use them due to ethical concerns. It is always up to the homeowner to choose the type of product they are most comfortable with. 

3. One thing to remember is to always put down more traps than you initially think you may need. One problem that many people face is underestimating the number of rodents actually in the home. This can cause them to not lay down enough traps and then they are rendered useless. It is far better to have too many traps laid down than it is to have not enough traps laid down. If the problem is mice, try to lay the traps approximately 8-12 feet apart. If the problem is rats, then the traps should be placed 15-30 feet apart. This way the traps are still effective but the traps are not left sitting on top of each other. 

4. If the bait is being used, remember to keep it secure in the trap. If the rodent bait is taken away from the trap without the trap going off, it renders the entire situation completely ineffective. It also can actually make the problem even worse because the rodent may bring the bait back to the nest and feed the others which cause them to multiply and obviously exacerbates the problem. Make sure the right bait is used and that it cannot be removed without the trap going off. As you can see it is not that difficult to treat rodent infestation problems.

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