RODENT CONTROL

Providing effective rodent control from mice, rats, and other rodents for more than 68 years.

 
 

OUR SIMPLE 3-STEP APPROACH

1) Inspection

Our treatment program begins with a thorough inspection inside and outside of your home to carefully check the crevices and crawl spaces where intruders may live.

After a thorough inspection, your Redd Man will provide you a pest analysis and service estimate for your home.  We will prescribe a strategy to address the current problems and communicate recommendations.

3) Treatment

We begin the initial intensive treatment inside and outside of your home. When the current pest problem is taken care of, we shift our emphasis to the exterior of your home to prevent future pest problems.

2) Analysis & Estimate

FREE INSPECTION.

FREE ESTIMATE.

NO OBLIGATION.

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT 
FOR RODENTS

The goal of integrated pest management (IPM) is to "work smart" with a comprehensive attack plan that uses the appropriate combination of tools, so you can cost-effectively control pests with the least amount of risk to the environment.  Because rodents usually behave predictably, a pest management professional is trained to search for clues that point to an infestation.  

  • Inspect structures and surrounding areas to determine the scope of the infestation and to identify conditions contributing to the problem.

  • Identify which species are present and the size of the population.

  • Implementing infestation elimination measures tailored to the site.

  • Correcting sanitation concerns, which may be providing rodents with food, water and shelter.  Rodents are much more mobile than crawling insects. If sanitation efforts precede elimination, the rodents may relocate, compounding your problem.

  • Evaluating results and making necessary improvements to the program.

Elements of an IPM Program include:

Problems:

Commensal is defined as "sharing one's table."  Commensal rodents, which include Norway rats, roof rats and house mice, live off humans without returning anything of worth.  What they do return is the potential for serious problems.

  • Spread serious diseases.    

  • Carry fleas and ticks, which potentially spread other diseases.

  • Consume or contaminate about 20 percent of the world's food supply.

  • Gnaw, causing expensive structural damage. They also can start fires if they gnaw on electrical wires

  • Cause a great deal of anxiety for occupants of infested buildings.