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Problems and Risks of Rodents on Local Properties
There are three types of rodents that make up the majority of invasions in homes and businesses in Gainesville and nearby towns. These are:
House Mouse Infestations – This is the most common form of rodent infestation here in Gainesville, Bristow, Warrenton, and Haymarket. House mice are a light grey color and between 2 to 4 inches long,
not including their tails. Mice like grain based products best, but will eat any food they can find inside your home as well as insects.
Norway Rat Infestations – The rat we see most often in Northern Virginia homes is the Norway rat. They are 7 to 9 inches long, although the tail can bring their total length to 16 inches. They are
light brown, prefer to burrow out in nature, and survive mostly off trash and insects like cockroaches when inside. Thick vegetation around your home makes the area more attractive to them.
Roof Rat Infestations – Roof rats are brown or black in color and about 6 to 8 inches long plus their tail, although they look sleeker than a Norway rat. They are less likely to come inside, but will
often make their nests in attics and above ceilings when they do. Roof rats will build up a horde of whatever food they can find in your home.
Rats and mice are very different mammals, but they all cause similar dangers. When rodents are living inside your home, they are unlikely to leave on their own while food is present. They will also begin to breed, multiplying the amount of damage they can cause. This damage includes:
Property Damage – Mice, and to some extent rats, are chewers. They will pull up insulation to build their nests, and are liable to chew on many of the different surfaces they come across until there
are irreparable chew marks.
Droppings – Rodents leave feces behind as they move throughout your house. These droppings will contaminate the surfaces they land on, and can lead to odors or even attract other pests like flies.
Disease – Rats and mice carry diseases like salmonella, rat-bite fever, hantavirus, the plague, and more. These can be transmitted through bites, scratches, and feces depending on the type of bacteria
Chewed Wires – Mice particularly like to chew on the wiring behind walls and appliances. This can be damaging to your electrical system and leads to fire damage in some cases.
A long term rodent infestation can lead to extensive damage that can be expensive to repair. But rodents are not always easy to detect. They naturally nest in hard to reach areas and are most active at night. Scratching and rustling noises, especially
starting in the evening, can be the first indication of a rodent infestation and droppings in the areas rodents traverse are another common sign.
Yet by the time you notice these signs, you may have several rodents that have already caused damage and health risks. Regular rodent inspections can help find mice and rats soon after they first enter your home to prevent damage in the first place.
How Rodents Get In to Your Home
Most buildings will naturally develop small holes over time, or even have areas that weren’t fully sealed during the initial construction process. This can happen when a sealant fails, the structure cracks, or broken elements in:
Windows and Doors
Roofs and Soffits
Despite their size, their bodies can fit through even the smallest of holes. For mice, a hole that is only ¼ inch wide is big enough for them to squeeze through. ½ inch is enough for a 16 inch Norway rat to get in through.
Once inside, mice and rats will build nests in quiet, warm spaces where they are likely not to be disturbed. Norway rats tend to prefer basements and ground level hiding spaces while roof rats and house mice often nest in attics, wall voids, behind appliances,
and in the backs of cupboards.
These sheltered areas keep rodents protected from the weather and predators while ideally providing them easy access to the food in your house, most often either in your pantry or your trash. However, many mice and rats use the house for shelter and still
find food outdoors, which is why even eliminating food is not necessarily going to be enough to keep them away.
Preventative Rodent Control with ExtermPRO
We offer quarterly and bi-monthly pest protection plans that include regular rodent control. When we visit your property on schedule, we use a process to get rid of both mice and rats that includes:
Inspection – Every time we come to your property, we look for all of the common signs of rodents in places they would typically live or travel. Our pest control experts are experienced in finding
more obscure signs and hiding places.
Removal – If we find any rodents on your property during a regular pest control treatment, we need to get rid of them. Rodents are dealt with through extermination in which they are captured
in baited traps
Exclusion – This is the process of sealing up all the holes and cracks in a home that rats and mice will crawl through to access your house. It is a humane method of rodent prevention that
makes it impossible for rodents – and other pests – to get into your property in the first place.
Our rodent treatments are comprehensive and safe for your family. They are also designed to keep mice and rats out for the long term so that you do not see any rodents between our service visits.
Commercial Rodent Control
Commercial properties are also at risk for rodent invasions, and these can be incredibly problematic. Not only do they put your employees, customers, and tenants at risk, but they can have serious financial consequences if your business is subjected to
penalties or your reputation suffers.
Our rodent protection plans are ideal for businesses. We can identify the signs of mice or rats early on and get rid of them fast before your customers notice them. We also continuously monitor for places where rodents may get in so that we can take preventative
Frequently Asked Questions
In addition to being tough to control, rodents may carry diseases and taint food with waste, fur, and saliva. In fact, mice can contaminate about 10 times the amount of food they eat. The CDC links some rodents to hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, a disease
fatal in about 36 percent of all reported U.S. cases.
The pests are also hosts for fleas, which can spread plague and diseases like lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. This illness mostly affects those with weakened immune systems and may result in headaches, fever, and meningitis. It can also cause complications
It is not advisable to handle any wild rodent. They are equipped with large teeth and are capable of transmitting a variety of bacteria, viruses and diseases through their saliva, feces and urine.
If you locate a rodent within your home, it is best to contact a pest management professional for removal and identification. The presence of one rodent within a home could signal an infestation.
Rodents thrive across the world in almost any habitat with access to food and water. Because of their small size, they can be difficult to keep out of a home. Rats can get indoors through holes the size of a quarter, while mice can use gaps the size of
a dime to come inside.
Rodents are a group of nuisance pests that includes mice, rats, and squirrels. These animals can contaminate food, damage property, and spread disease. The rodents that most often come into conflict with people in the United States are:
Instincts:Rats are instinctively wary of things new to their environment, including rat control measures such as traps and bait, and colonize in attics, burrows, under concrete and porches, in wall voids and
other hard-to-reach places.
Disease: Rats can harbor and transmit a number of serious diseases. They can also introduce disease-carrying parasites such as fleas and ticks into your home.
Access:Mice invade your home seeking food, water and warmth.
Contamination:Each mouse can contaminate much more food than it eats.
Prevention methods should be implemented early in order to maintain a rodent-free home. Rodents reproduce rapidly, and small populations become full-blown infestations in very little time.
Keep any possible food sources away from rodents. Small crumbs and garbage are popular sources of infestation, as are dry goods such as grains and cereals. These should be kept in sealed metal or glass containers to prevent contamination. Fruits and vegetables
should also be stored properly, and resulting waste should never be left in sinks or on counters.
Cardboard objects prove attractive to rodents, as they tend to chew them up for use in their nests.
Because of the rodents’ body plan, they are capable of squeezing through spaces that appear to be much too small for them. All such holes should be sealed to prevent entry and reentry of rodents.
Rodents tend to be rapid breeders. Some species breed year-round, and populations are maintained through constant reproduction. Females produce pheromones that attract the attention of males. After sensing the female’s hormones, the male mouse emits an
ultrasonic mating call.
A female mouse produces between five and eight offspring after mating. Although females are protective of their young, some also consume their offspring if exposed to high stress such as famine.
Mice young are blind, deaf and hairless for the first three days following birth. For mice with dark adult coloration, pigmentation of the skin begins on the third day. Within five to seven days, fur begins to grow and the ears become receptive. Eyes
open between days 10 and 14, at which point young mice become mobile and begin to feed on solid foods.
In 21 to 28 days, babies wean from their mother’s milk. They reach maturity between days 28 and 35 and are then capable of reproduction. Some specimens are capable of breeding at six weeks. Mice tend to live for approximately one year.
Rodents are some of the most adaptable creatures on the planet and can be extremely difficult to exterminate. Infestations can cause considerable damage to infested buildings and local agriculture as well as the proliferation of many diseases hazardous
Rats and mice are both extremely destructive within agricultural communities. A number of species feed on seeds and grains. The feces and urine of some rodents may contaminate surfaces with which they come into contact.
Unified efforts on the part of neighbors can prove extremely effective in preventing infestations. Within apartment buildings and neighborhoods, coordination of prevention measures may include cleaning efforts and landscape alteration. And on an individual
level, homes can be rodent-proofed through identifying and sealing as many possible entry points.
In order to protect your home, garden and health from existing rodent infestations however, professional, customized solutions are often necessary.
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