Fresno County, Fresno Rat Control Situation:
Hi David, I live in Fresno, CA and have roof rats. I hear them at night and am concerned about electrical problems and just getting them out ... and killing them off, too. I am in the San Francisco East Bay area. Cost is a factor so I've heard good things about a strobe light removing them for good. Any thoughts? Thank you. Garrett
Sir, I looked over your website and would like to inquire if you could recommend a reputable, cost efficient, high quality rat/squirrel exterminating service in the san antonio area? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, The rats are taking over our shop at the ranch. My uncle used poison and I know that's not working. I know there are places that they are getting in that we have to seal. I think the worst nest is behind the work bench where we can't readily access. Would you ever consider coming to asses our situation and help us set up an extermination plan? Thanks, Terry in Fresno CA
I live in Fresno Ca. and am concerned about an abundance of rats I am beginning to spot in the garden...and am hearing on the patio roof. There seems to be quite a few of them, and I feel concerned that they might carry disease and at any rate are not clean! Am I right? I have three cats and I do not wish to poison them. We are very clean, keep the yard clean, and the house, none the less the rats seem to show up every Spring and into Summer. Do you have any advice for me? Thanks in Advance!
Fresno Rat Control Tip of The Week
Humane Ways To Kill A Rat
You might be thinking of the best way to get rid of the rats in your home without making them go through prolonged and excruciating pain. There are several ways to get this done, but first, you need to make sure all the possible entry points of rats into your house are sealed. Failure to do this will only make you continue to repeat the whole process of rat removal without getting the desired result.
To humanely kill the rats in your home, you need special rat removal devices like live traps and snap traps. These traps are designed to capture rats without making them suffer or go through pain before dying.
The best part about the use of these traps is that you won't even watch the rat die. All you just have to do is set and bait the trap properly. When you are back to check it, the trap will have caught and killed the rat.
The use of a snap trap is one of the oldest yet most effective ways of removing rats from homes. This trap is designed in a way that captures the rat by the head and kills it instantly. Apart from being an effective way of trapping rats, setting it up is very easy. All you have to do is bait it using good bait. While the rat is trying to take the bait, the trap will be triggered and the rat will be caught. But this trap will only work when the whole head of the rat is inside the trap.
If you are looking for an alternative to trapping rats humanely without actually killing them, the use of live traps is a good idea. This type of trap is designed to help capture rats without causing them any pain or stress. However, for you to make sure this trapping process is humane, you need to check the trap frequently to avoid starving the rat before actually relocating them.