Eliminate the plague of rats. Act as soon as possible

If you have seen any of the above signs in your environment, there is no doubt that you suffer from a rodent plague. So, it is best that you hire a rodent removal service urgently. It should not be forgotten that rats are capable of having 6 to 8 litters a year, and that 5 to 22 young will be born in each litter. Due to this speed of reproduction, the sooner a remedy is put in, the better and earlier results will be obtained.

The service of proofing procedure

The key to proof service is to control and reduce the rodent population until they disappear completely. The rat pest disinfection treatment that we carry out at YS Insulation is done by applying a rodenticide for commensal rodents. This anticoagulant raticide is the most indicated when it comes to exterminating rodents and disinfecting wet environments and exteriors of buildings. In addition, our company always combines this procedure with a safety bait holder installation so that people and animals are safe from the product. Thanks to this combination, the rodent proof service will be a complete success at catching rodents.

If, thanks to the clues we have given you, you have discovered that, unfortunately, your home, office, business or establishment is infested with rats, you need to find a solution urgently. In YS Insulation we offer you our best rodent proof service services. We have more than 35 years of experience in pest control both in the Basque Country and in nearby autonomous communities. So if you need a rat, do not hesitate to contact us.

Have you ever had friends who did not leave your home, no matter how much you suggested that you wanted your own space? Maybe you even subtly moved the coffee table snacks to the cabinets to keep them from staying longer. You may have felt guilty about wanting them to leave, since they were super sweet and didn’t cause any problems. The worst thing they could have done would be to leave small crumbs on your countertops and occasionally leave some excrement in a corner of the room.

I’m talking about “friends” mice! Although mice are absolutely adorable and more afraid of you than you are, it is understandable that you do not want a family of mice to take over your home. But disposal methods such as glue traps and poisons are extremely cruel and cause unimaginable suffering to animals.

Not only that, it will also be counterproductive. When we kill or eliminate a group of rodents, others move to take advantage of the newly available resources. That’s why you should follow this easy deterrent guide, step by step, if you ever find rodents in your home:

  1. Eliminate access to food.

Mice are less likely to wander around if they find it harder to get to their favorite thing: food. Keep kitchen tops, floors and cabinets free of crumbs and store dry foods, including pet food, in bite-proof containers.

  1. Seal your trash.

Do you remember the scene in Charlotte’s Web when Templeton, the rat, has a feast to give everything in the trash, after the closing of the carnival at night? Do not? Well, imagine it, because that’s what your garbage would look like when you’re asleep, if you don’t prevent rodents from accessing it. And I don’t mean to make a pretty little bow with the garbage bag tapes: I’m talking about closing it tightly with a reinforced elastic cord.

  1. Do not leave out the food of your pets.

Do you think mice discriminate whether it is food for humans or food for pets? Well, they don’t. Make sure you don’t offer them a banquet by leaving out your cat’s or dog’s food; Pick it up once your pets have finished eating.

  1. Repels mice with unpleasant odors.

You may be thinking, “Oh, come on. Bad smells? Mice like trash. ” But I share this secret: mice hate the aroma of mint. So buy peppermint essential oil (you can get it on Amazon.com or ask your aunt yogi to give you a little), soak cotton swabs with him and place it in infested areas. Rags impregnated with ammonia work even better. (Ammonia can be purchased at any grocery store in the cleaning section).

  1. Find the mouse entry point.

You need to become a private investigator with all its functions with this rodent. Determine where the animal enters your home using a flashlight to look for holes and cracks in the walls and floor, and holes around pipes and doors, etc. Mice can pass through holes the size of a dime, so be thorough.

  1. Seal the entry points.

Once the animals have been scared away, seal all holes and cracks that are larger than a dime with steel bast, and then cover the area with foam sealant.

  1. Buy a trap to capture the rodents alive.

If animals are accidentally trapped inside, they can remain there if the weather is moderate. Cruelty-free traps or box-traps are compassionate only when checked every hour. You cannot leave them outside while you go to school or work, since mice and rats can die within a few hours due to stress-induced disorders, exposure, or dehydration. Be sure to clean the traps thoroughly when you don’t use them to get rid of any smell of food, so that it doesn’t attract smaller “friends.”

You can find them in many hardware stores, just be sure to ask about live capture traps. Follow the instructions on the back of the box to use them.

  1. Prepare a homemade trap for better proof.

In a hurry, you can make a compassionate trap for mice by placing dried oatmeal and peanut butter (I think the mice and I share the same favorite snack) in the bottom of a bin. Stack bricks or books to one side so that the rodents can climb and jump into the basket; Once the animal is inside, it cannot leave. Captured mice can stay calm by placing a towel over the trap.

  1. Release the mice when the weather conditions are moderate.

Mice can die in areas where they are unfamiliar because they will not be able to find adequate food or water and are not resistant to parasites and foreign diseases, so be sure to release them within 100 yards of the place where they were trapped. Since you’ve already sealed the entry points, you don’t need to worry because they find their way back to your house.

Rodents such as mice have the ability to feel a wide range of emotions and are as intelligent as dogs. They deserve our compassion and respect, so thank you for using this compassionate method of capture.

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