Don't Share Your Home With Rodents
Rodents in Long Island have no place in your home, period. Whether you think you have a rodent infestation or have already seen rats and mice with your very eyes, Pied Piper Pest Control can help solve your rodent problem fast. We offer fast, reliable rodent control services on Long Island and the greater New York area that will eliminate each and every last rodent and implement preventative measures to inhibit future risks. Rats, mice and other pests invade your home looking for the same comforts you do — food, shelter and water. They're a threat to your property, health and your sense of security.
Rodent Control On Long Island And The Five Boroughs
There are fewer things more jarring than finding rodents in your home. These pests are not only extremely unsanitary, but they can also cause structural damage to your home and electrical wiring. Unfortunately, because rodents are nocturnal, they often go unnoticed. Many homeowners don’t even realize they have an infestation until they’ve already caused sufficient damage. The telltale signs of a rodent problem include:
Scratching noises that increase during dusk
Rodent droppings near food sources, in drawers, under sinks, etc.
Gnawing marks around the home or electrical wiring
Foul odor in hidden areas where rodents may be hiding
If you suspect a rodent infestation, give Pied Piper Pest Control a call today and we can be at your home in no time to inspect and treat it!
Get Relief From Rodents On Long Island, NY
Eliminating rodents effectively requires special skills and experience that only pest professionals possess. Here at Pied Piper Pest Control, we have extensive experience dealing with rodents, and can safely eliminate all rodents while and protect your family and loved ones. We have access and use the best products and methods in the industry available and specialize in long-term protection. When you partner with us for your rodent control, we will:
We start with an initial thorough inspection to identify the severity of your infestation.
Depending on what we find, will dictate the rodent treatment plan we put in place for your home.
We’ll then remove all rodents, nests, and any contaminated materials inside your home.
Then, we will look to eliminate all possibilities of a return to prevent future infestations!
We’ll eliminate rodents, prevent further damage, and provide new insulation for future protection. Partnering with our rodent exterminators, you not only get relief from your current infestation, but peace of mind that rodents will not return.
All About Rodents
Attempting to control a rat or mouse infestation can be dangerous. The most effective rodent control requires an integrated approach. Rodenticide alone is often not enough. Additionally, rodent control requires rodent proofing, harborage reduction, trapping and increased attention to sanitation. For the most comprehensive solution, call a pest management professional.
These three rodents are identified as major pests because they are commonly found near human dwellings and are most likely to benefit from human structures, food and waste. Rats and mice pose an issue for humans living within the same vicinity for a number of reasons.
Rats and mice might also bite, although it is not common. Sometimes a bite can result in rat-bite fever, a potentially fatal disease if not treated. Some people develop an allergic reaction to the excrement of rats or house mice, which can cause asthma-related symptoms.
In addition to causing disease, food contamination by rats and mice can cause billions of dollars in damage. Between one-fifth and one-third of total food production is lost annually due to rat contamination according to Mallis, who also states that a single rat can consume about 1 ounce of food per night. Some rat colonies can harbor more than 100 rats.
Rats and mice are also successful breeders. A female rat can reproduce every three weeks, and usually gives birth to about six to 10 young at one time. A female mouse reproduces every three to four weeks and usually gives birth to about five or six young, although sometimes up to 12. This means that both rat and mice colonies can grow large quickly, although rats only live for about a year. Mice can live up to two or three years under ideal conditions.
Rodents owe a majority of their survival success to their ability to adapt to different habitats. They are opportunistic food scavengers and will consume most types of food. If a certain food source runs out, they are likely to adapt to a new food source. In addition, they are mostly active just after sunset and just before sunrise – hours during which most people are asleep. These factors make rats and mice difficult to control.
Attempting to control a rat or mouse infestation can be dangerous. The most effective rodent control requires an integrated approach. Rodenticide alone is often not enough. Additionally, rodent control requires rodent proofing, harborage reduction, trapping, and increased attention to sanitation. For the most comprehensive solution, call Pied Piper we're pest management professionals.
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