Mice & Rodents Control
Rodent Pest Control
Rodents are always looking for a comfortable warm place to call home. Unfortunately, that can mean trouble for your home or business. Rodents can carry diseases and wreak havoc on your home. Once rodents find food and water in your home, they will build a nest, gnaw, chew and leave calling cards until they are stopped.
Signs of Rodent Infestation
Need to add the signs of a Rodent Infestation
There are 2 types of mice that can cause problems in your home. The House Mouse and the Deer Mouse.
The House Mouse is the mouse you are most likely to find in your home. The House Mouse is small, typically gray and has a cream-colored underside. House mice have four legs and a round-shaped body.
The Deer Mouse is about 3-4 inches long, light brownish-red color with white feet and white underside, large ears and large beady eyes. Deer mice are one of the main carriers of hantavirus, which can travel to humans
If you find a mouse in your home, contact the experts at Scorpion Tech as soon as possible
Roof rats or black rats are small but are a major nuisance to the Phoenix valley. These pests are quite active in the winter and early spring when it is cooler outside. They look to homes for a nice warm place to sleep. They only need a hole the size of a quarter get into your home and like to nest in areas like attics. Rat droppings and gnawed, frayed wires are a telltale sign of a roof rat infestation.
Roof rats are most often black and have large ears and scaly tails which are almost always longer than their bodies. This invasive species can transmit diseases to people and animals and cause a tremendous amount of damage to your home.
The Pack Rat is another common Arizona rodent. Pack rats can build nests under bushes or in cactuses. They even will build nests in parked cars causing extensive damage. Pack rat nests attract lots of other unwanted pests such as fleas, ticks scorpions and more to your property. Keep an eye out for droppings along your home’s exterior walls and
Unlike roof rats, Norway rats prefer to stay low to the ground. They like neighborhoods with mature landscaping and especially fruit and nut trees. They are also more aggressive than roof rats. Norway rats have brown bristly fur, a lighter underside and small eyes and ears.
At ScorpionTech™, we know how to spot the tell-tale signs of rodent infestation and damage. Our knowledgeable and experienced technicians can discuss the various safe options available and help you choose the process that’s right for you.