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Rodent Control For Las Vegas Home And Business Owners

Norway rats, roof rats, and mice may be relatively small in the animal world, but they will cause big problems when they get into your home. They’ll destroy your house by chewing through walls, insulation, wiring, and pipework, and leave urine and feces everywhere. Rodents can introduce your family to a host of diseases by contaminating countertops, dishware, and food items, as well as by bringing parasites into your house. Keep these dangerous rodents out with the help of Red Rock Pest Control.

Red Rock's Rodent Control Process

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Free Rodent Inspections

At Red Rock Pest Control, we provide free rodent inspections. During this inspection, we will thoroughly inspect your property, including your crawl space and attic, to identify which type of rodent has invaded and how bad the infestation is. We’ll look for signs these animals leave behind, including gnaw marks, rub marks, nesting areas, feces, and damage. We will also determine how they’re getting inside and identify the conditions that are attracting them. This inspection gives us the information we need to understand how best to treat your rodent problem as well as provide you with an accurate quote for the service.

Initial Rodent Control Service

Based on the inspection results and current pest activity, Red Rock has a variety of methods at our disposal to ensure timely and effective rodent control. These methods include the installation of traps in attics or crawlspaces, exclusion services such as patching stucco, caulking gaps, sealing holes, replacing tiles, and exterior bait station placement. Depending on your specific rodent problem, we may use some or all of these methods.

Follow-Up Rodent Control Services

Our rodent control service is a one-month program. During this time, we'll return once a week to ensure all rodents have been eliminated.


Red Rock’s Rodent Control Guarantee

If you’re part of one of our home pest control programs with a rodent control add-on, our rodent service is guaranteed. These plans cover common household pests, such as ants, spiders, and roaches. Scorpion and bed bug control are also available as optional add-ons. If you choose to participate in one of these service plans, Red Rock will treat your home regularly and will re-treat for free should you see pests between visits.

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Rodent Control Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a rodent treatment cost?

The price of Red Rock’s rodent control service varies based on several factors. The size of the infestation, the type of rodent, and whether exclusion services are necessary, all factor into the final price. To request a free inspection and quote for service, contact us!

How do you tell the difference between mice and rats?

While mice are typically smaller than rats, a young rat can be similar in size and appearance to a mouse. There are, however, tell-tale signs that give away their differences. Mice tend to have larger ears than rats, and their tails are longer when compared to their body size. Rats typically have larger feet and heads compared to their body size than mice.

Do Norway rats and roof rats nest in the same areas?

Norway rats and roof rats don't nest in the same areas. As their name indicates, roof rats nest in the upper parts of buildings. They are excellent climbers and usually enter through the roof. Norway rats, on the other hand, are not good climbers. They are typically found nesting in the lower parts of buildings such as basements and crawlspaces.

Do rodents carry disease?

Rodents carry and spread many dangerous diseases. They contaminate surfaces with their fecal matter and can spread pathogens that they’ve picked up while foraging in unsanitary locations. Some of the diseases rodents carry in Nevada include salmonella, rat-bite fever, typhus, leptospirosis, and more.

How many times does a rat reproduce in a year?

Rats typically have three to six litters per year, and each litter has anywhere from six to twelve babies. Female rats can begin reproducing when they are three months old.


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