Rat Problems NJby ALCO Animal Control
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An enormous amount of money each have been lost by each year by contamination of food by rodent droppings, urine and hair. Rodents destroy much more food than they could possibly eat, and their chewing habits have been responsible for causing fires. Their breeding only increases the problem because within a year they can have between thirty and eighty offspring. The reason for the survival of this species is that they can squeeze through a hole the size of a 20 cent piece, fall 20 meters with no injury, tread water for 3 days, eat all sorts of food that would be inedible to other species and even survive an atomic bomb test.
The Roof RatThis rodent is responsible for spreading fleas and causing the death of millions of people through the Black Plague. Its ability to climb helped spread it throughout the world by climbing ship masts. It normally likes to live in trees and, as their name suggests, the roofs of buildings.
Distinguishing them from MiceMice are distinguished from young rats by smaller heads and feet, larger ears in proportion, and proportionately much longer tails.
ProofingIn pest control, proofing means blocking points of entry by physical means such as bird wire, metal sheeting and steel wool or door seals.
Contact Dusts and GelsBromatrol dust or Fentrol gel may be used once it is established where rat activity is situated. You can determine this by the use of talc as a tracking dust.
Keeping these rodents out of your homeGood hygiene and limiting the supply of food and water can help prevent rodent infestations.
Rodent ProofingDoors, windows, screens and cracked concrete are easy access for rodents. Look for openings near the top of buildings such as roof vents, eaves, overhangs and roof top air conditioning units. Drainpipes need a screen at both ends, top and bottom.
ALCO Animal & Pest Control specializes in Rat Problems in NJ for the following counties: