Rodent Control Adelaide

Rodent Control Adelaide

Rodent love to make nest in your  home – especially in winter.  To get eradication of rodents, you need professional rodent removal team. Marks Rodent Control Adelaide expert identify the infestation and use the best rat & mice removal technique, including rat traps or other alternatives method for rodent treatment.

Let’s not forget the worst mouse plague faced by Australia in 1993 which resulted in a damage worth of $96 million. Soon after that, another rat plague in 2010 damaged three million hectare f crops in various parts of Australia.

In Now days, Rodents are becoming a common issues in Adelaide for every homeowner. To exacerbate the situation, it very well may be famously hard to manage a rodent infestation. Be that as it may, worry not – our professionals rodent control Adelaide make tackling the issue easier than ever before. You should simply get the telephone or fill our quote form to tell us that you have rodents. We’ll deal with the rest.

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Types of Rodent

Broad Toothed Rat –Having Broad face, short tail, small round ears, soft fur, and stocky body. They remains active during winter & feeds mainly on the stems, leaves and seeds of grasses and sedges.

Brown Rat – Also known as sewer rat, brown rats are aggressive, seen with a scabby, damaged tail, short ears, small eyes and coarse brown colored. they live in burrows underground, away from human habitation.

Black Rat – Having large ears, big eyes, light brown upper coat with a pale grey to white underside and a pointed snout. They are good climber and is often found in the roofs of residential and commercial apartment. Mostly found across Australia and live in both agricultural & urban areas.

House Mouse – Having large round ears, big eyes & pointed snout. They mostly found around commercial, agricultural and residential buildings. They will climb and live in most dark, hidden areas of the home. Like rats, they make their nests from soft materials like paper, grass.

Field Mouse – They feeds on grains and is mostly found in agricultural, commercial and residential apartment. having large ears than house mouse, sandy brown fur which becomes more yellowish on its chest.

Rodent Control Exterminator Adelaide

Rodents have time and again infested human societies and resulted in heavy losses. Thus, it is important to understand how rodents can prove to be a danger to our society and how you can deal with them. If you want to get rid of rat & mice contact us. Marks Pest Treatment Adelaide has the technical expertise to manage your rodent Infestation. There are a few extra reasons to hire a Marks Pest Control Professional.

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Rats & Mice: Damage They Cause

  • Rodents are extremely destructive and can cause serious safety risks.
  • Rats and mice can cause structural damage to house, apartments, offices by gnawing, nest-building.
  • Further, rats end up starting the fire by chewing the electric cables. So, if next time you hear that a fire broke out without any reason, think of rats.
  • Moreover, rats eeat tons of food and then contaminate more with feces, hair, and urine. Mice and rats contaminate more than 20% of food across the world.
  • They damage everything from books, structures, furniture and even electrical appliances through burrowing and gnawing.
  • The worst part is that they are also responsible for spreading the disease to animals and humans through the bites and by transporting lice, fleas, ticks, and mites and also by leaving the food droppings everywhere.
  • Additionally, rats are vectors for rat-bite fever, bubonic plague, hantavirus, infectious jaundice, leptospirosis, trichinosis, salmonellosis, typhus and pulmonary fever.
  • As a burrowing animal, rodents inflict major damage to equipment, structures, utilities, furniture, and vehicles.

Rats are found almost everywhere from homes, restaurants, supermarkets, farm fields, and livestock pens. The grain mills, corn cribs, silos, and warehouses are vulnerable to the rat infestation. They are usually active during night time when there are comparatively fewer people. Mice and rats can move through small crevices that make them easy to move around everywhere.

Rodents are very difficult to control for all the house owners and can be termed as a community problem for everyone. It’s really important to ensure the effective control of rodents through community work.

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Signs of Rodent Infestation Adelaide

There are almost 12 indicators to recognize a rodent infestation and for rodent control Adelaide:

  • Dropping

    The first and foremost clue for any serious rodent infestation is the sight of dropping on your kitchen drawers, counters, and the cabinet area. The droppings are smooth with pointy ends and are almost of 4 mm long. They are of pellet shape and blunt at both the ends and of shiny black color. Dropping are often scattered randomly but close to runways, shelter or feeding areas.

  • Tracks

    The possible tracks for rodents are observed in dust, mud or dirt. At times, rat tails can leave the mark around the area. Mouse tracks are also easily traceable on the dusty surfaces. You can test for rodent tracks by simply dusting the area with the coating of chalk dust or talcum powder. Wait for a day and test by shining flashlight on the area. If you see small tracks that mean rat was there.

  • Runways

    Rats follow the similar route every day while making rounds for food every night. While doing so, rats leave 50 mm wide traces of runways in grass or dirt, mostly next to fences or buildings.

  • Gnawing

    Rats keep chewing down everything they come across with incisor teeth. If you see holes in ceilings, walls, trails in sub floors, under or behind cupboards, bathtubs, counters, etc., it means rats were there.

  • Burrowing

    Burrows are found all along the walls, ditches, fences and rubbish and under buildings, woodpiles, low vegetation or concrete slabs.

  • Urine Stains

    Under the black light, the urine stains are easily traceable.

  • Grease Marks

    Rat’s oily skin fur leaves the grease marks that repeatedly comes in contact with holes and walls.

  • Nests

    Rat nests can be easily found in the roof voids, utility closets, basements, and garages. They are made of shredded papers, clotheslines by finely shred material. The nests look like loose woven ball of 10-15 cm in total diameter.

  • Sounds

    Though rats are not visible in the darkness, you can easily make out the presence of rodents through the sounds they make after it gets dark.

  • Odors

    In a badly ventilated room, you can easily smell the rat urine or the musky odor.

  • Partially consumed food

    Rats leave behind half-eaten food. Though they have the tendency to eat almost all the food at times, they can leave the telltale signs of inedible and shells.

  • Dead or live rodents

    Rodents are nocturnal but in an area with high rat populations, some of the low ranked ones will hunt out during the daytime. Probably, because they are unable to get hold of food during the night. So, if you catch the glimpse of rats in the daytime, it’s a positive sign of substantial infestation.

Top Tips to Prevent & Control of Rats & Mouse

The perfect way to control the population of rats is by keeping them out of the premises at first place.

  • Since rats like to hide in the garden, the first defense mechanism should be to trim the area of vegetation close to your building. Dispose of off all the unwanted trimmings, plan clippings etc. to make it difficult for rodents.
  • Check the perimeter of your building annually to ensure no gaps at the entry. Sealing all those entry points is important and perfect for efficient rat control. Pay attention to wiring, cables, pipes, windows, and doors. Close all these opening using wire mesh, sheet metal and pieces of tin.
  • Water Puddle will give them water to drink so, make sure all the leaks are fixed and ground depressions are also filled in.
  • Using traps after all the necessary steps can help you keep away rodent from house. You should dispose the traps can be disposed at a far off place from your premises.
  • Keep your homes and commercial property clean and follow routine cleaning. Clean your basements, attics and cupboards regularly and never leave your basements or attics unchecked.
  • You can always check for the movement of rats anywhere in your property at night. An early inspection of rat infestation will prevent future problems

Lastly, if you have still been unsuccessful in rodent control Adelaide, it’s time for some professional help. Marks Pest Eradication Adelaide offers the best solution for rodent control Adelaide with the help of its certified pest control team members.

Pass on the hassle of spending time and effort in controlling the rats and let the professionals take care of all in no time. Call today for the free quote queries.

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Rats happily chew electrical wires, plastic water pipes and hoses, as well as put holes in walls. They also carry diseases that can cause major health problems for us. There are a number of process required to removing rats from your home. Our exterminators are fully skilled & certified to inspect & treat rats & mice.

  • Book our Rodents Extermination Service Online & Say Goodbye To The Pesky Rodents.
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  • We Will Take All Necessary Measures.

If needed, the rodent pest control expert will inspect your place additionally. After done with rodent control process, our pest control exterminators will also give advice you on how to stay away pesky rodents from your property.

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Why Choose Marks Rodent Control Adelaide

  • Safe Rat & Mice Treatments for your Family, Pets and the Environment
  • Fast and Efficient Rodent Removal Service with 100% Guaranteed
  • Fully Licensed & insured Company and Technicians 
  • Fully qualified, skilled, certified & experienced exterminators
  • Same Day & 24×7 Service
  • Trusted Controller Team
  • Professional Rodent Inspection & Removal
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Where do rats & mice hide in a bedroom?

Rodent living in cool, dark places. They prefer to live places where they won’t disturb by others such places in-between walls, cupboards, couches, pantries.

How do I find where mice are coming from?

Mice enter your house through cracks, holes found in walls, floors, & roof.

Can Rodent Climb up the wall?

Both rats & mice are good climbers and if the surface is rough enough, they can climb vertical walls and shimmy up between walls & drain pipes.

How much does rat exterminator cost in Adeliade?

There is no set cost for rodent removal, but you could expect to pay between $100 and $300 dollars for rate & mice treatment.

How long does it take for the rodent poison to work in Adelaide?

It depends on the type of rat poison involved. Our technicians will use a carefully average amount that is safe for your pets, yet effective against the rodents that have entered your possessions.

Why I Choose Marks Pest Control for Rodent Control Adelaide?

Marks Pest Control have years of experience in rodent pest control and deliver you with an affordable rodent pest control service. Our professional pest controllers can easily eradicate or remove number of rats from your building. With years of training, we have developed a modern and advanced method for catching, trapping and removing rats from your homes. Our team are equipped with latest tools and equipment and available for 24 hours. We will get rid of rodent infestation from your home within the same day of hiring.

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