Looking for Alternative Pest Control Options?
A special division of Killroy Pest Control
Killroy can quickly and effectively solve your rat or mouse problem.
Have you heard scratching sounds in the night, found tracks or dropping, or discovered damage you suspect is from mice or rats? This is a problem you want to address as soon as possible.
The peaceful tranquility of a home can be lost due to the physical damage, nuisance, filth, health concern, and potential fire damage that can result from gnawed on wiring.
What might seem like a small problem can quickly escalate to major trouble. Rats can annually produce up to 3 litters of 6-13 babies.
The rodent specialists at Killroy have been solving mouse and rat problems since 1956.
They have the training and expertise to take care of any size home, commercial building, or office.
Unlike other invading pests such as insects and bugs, rats and mice have a much better sense of preservation and are highly skilled at evading capture.
The Killroy experts understand the nature and habits of rodents. They are well equipped with the strategies and tools to trap or exclude these pests from the inside of structures.
There may be times when baiting strategies are appropriate to use outside of buildings to control the general exterior rodent population.
Homes and commercial structures are designed to prevent rodents from gaining access. If they have gotten in, it is important to find how they have entered and seal it. If this is not done properly there is nothing to stop other rodents from coming in also. It only takes an opening the size of a quarter coin to allow a rat to get in and mice can penetrate openings the size of a dime.
A multi-step process is required to resolve your rodent invasion problem. The friendly and helpful Killroy office staff and technicians are here to guide you through the entire procedure and ensure it goes as easily for you as possible.
Call to find out more and schedule a convenient appointment. We look forward to helping you find the solution you need.