Rat & Mouse Extermination in Miami Beach FL

If you’re hearing a bunch of noises in your attic, behind the walls, or between floors it’s like a rat or mouse. They can easily invade properties and start breeding rapidly, causing an infestation before you even realize there is an issue to begin with.

Rats and mice can be very damaging to properties, chewing on just about anything to keep their teeth filed; wires, cables, fabrics, wood, etc. It’s important to get in touch with a professional rodent control exterminator if you want quality, effective control over the rodents.

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Take action immediately if you suspect rats or mice on your property; call (786) 420-6657 today!

Identifying a Rodent Issue in Your Property

Signs that rodents have indeed started to invade your personal space include:

  • If you notice little droppings the size of a raisin (rats) or rice grains (mice) you likely have rodents in the property.
  • If you come across items that have been gnawed or even a nest of sorts that appears to be from rodents, it’s time to take action.
  • If you hear scratching or scurrying noises at night it’s likely from a mouse or rat; or several.
  • Rats and mice can leave an unpleasant odor from their waste, however if you smell something musty it’s likely mice, not rats.

Preventing Rodents in Miami Beach

Even if you’re already experiencing a rodent issue, it’s never too late to put prevention steps in motion. The following are suggestions for handling a rat or mouse issue, however our technicians can perform a full inspection of the property, identifying entry points and other potential problems that could be allowing rodents to enter.

  • Inspect your property (inside and out) for any gaps, cracks, crevices or other openings where the rodents could be getting in.
  • Keep your garbage in a lidded trash can at all times.
  • If you have pets don’t leave any food on the floor or out where it’s accessible by the rodents at night.
  • Declutter the property and any exterior buildings of clutter or storage boxes that aren’t needed. The rodents will have more places to hide and more material to make their nests.
  • Ensure all openings (windows, vents, etc) are screened to prevent easy entry for the rodents.