It is important that you find a company that knows what they’re doing when it comes to rodent removal; one wrong move could mean an even bigger infestation, more damage, and more costs associated with removing the rodents and putting the damage right again

Thankfully, we have a range of services that can help you, including the following:

  • trapping of mice and rats
  • complete rodent-proofing of the building and surrounding yard/garden
  • thorough and complete cleanup of contaminated materials, waste products, and dead rodents
  • full sanitation and repair/restoration of rodent-damaged areas
  • installation of property modifications and preventative measures to prevent all potential future pest problems

Putting off dealing with a rodent infestation for just a couple of days gives the population of rodents in that infestation to grow, with the individuals breeding with each other regardless of the fact they’re related.

Hazards to health

Rats and mice are associated with a wide range of diseases and medical problems, either directly or indirectly. The plague, for example, was spread around people during the Middle Ages by infected fleas that were traveling around on rats

Thankfully, the plague is a pretty rare occurrence in the western world, but there are other conditions you will need to think about when you live in the same building as rodents.

Lyme disease

is carried by ticks, and those ticks are carried by rats and mice. If rodents are in the property, ticks and other parasites are also going to be in the property.


is transferred from rodents to people or other animals by way of infected urine and feces, which go on to contaminate water sources, food, surfaces, and more. The early symptoms of hantavirus are similar to that of a common cold or the start of flu, so this is a condition frequently diagnosed late, which in turn leads to further complications.

Rat-bite fever

 is transferred by way of a bite, though there are other transmission methods. This is yet another condition that can look very much like a cold or flu in its early stages, and could eventually go on to prove fatal.

We URGE you to take immediate action if you believe you have a rodent infestation in your home or business property. We offer a fast, effective, permanent solution to rodent problems, ensuring that the property is 100% pest-free by the time we leave. For more information on the best methods of rodent removal, or to discuss your case with us, give us a call today!

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    Humane Rodent Removal Process

    Rats and mice are among the most problematic of all nuisance wildlife. Between the health risks they have the potential to cause and the property damage, these critters are a real nuisance. As most people know, rodents have the ability to expand their populations exponentially in a short time frame. This is why it is so important to remove these critters as soon as possible. Continue reading to learn more about rats and mice, as well as how you can remove them permanently.

    What problems can rats and mice cause?

    Rats and mice are very serious pests, as they pose a wide variety of health threats to you, your family, and even your pets. Among the most serious diseases rodents commonly carry are hantavirus, rat-bite fever, salmonella, and many, many more. Each of these bacterial and viral infections can potentially prove to be fatal, and even the more mild diseases can cause serious problems. The main issue with rodents is how easily these diseases can be spread. Obviously, the easiest form of spreading diseases would be a rat or mouse biting or scratching someone. In addition, coming into contact with feces, urine, or saliva can spread illness as well. Finally, rats and mice often get into food or food preparation areas, which can easily spread diseases to humans.

    As if the health problems were not enough, rats and mice also cause a lot of property damage. These critters love to get into attics in particular. Once in an attic, rodents will wreak havoc. Chewing on wires and creating potential fire hazards is a large problem. Rodents love to gnaw through all kinds of building materials, creating structural damage and creating new entry points for more nuisance wildlife to get in. Finally, your insulation will be chewed up and destroyed by rats and mice alike. This can cause a decrease in the energy efficiency of your home and could end up costing you thousands of dollars in the long run from your increased energy bill. As can be seen, due to health risks and damage risks, rats and mice should be removed as soon as possible.

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    How can I prevent rats and mice?

    When trying to prevent rodents from getting into your home, it is important to remember that even rats can squeeze through a hole the size of their head. This means that any prevention work you perform must be done very well. The best way to prevent the entry of rodents is to take an inspection walk through your home and around the outside of your home. Look for any cracks, holes, or other problem areas you may see. Once you have found these problem areas, be sure to repair them and seal them up as best you can. Usually, all-weather sealant, steel wool, and aluminum sheeting can be used to keep rodents out. In addition, be sure to keep all pet food and garbage secured and away from the prying nose of rodents. These steps should ensure that rodents stay out of your home.

    How do I remove rats and mice?

    While many rat and mouse problems are often taken care of by homeowners, there are many that homeowners simply cannot win. This is due to the ability of rodents which allows them to breed and repopulate faster than they can be caught in many cases. When a homeowner falls behind the population growth of rodents, they should contact a professional wildlife removal service as soon as possible, as a serious rodent infestation is virtually impossible to get rid of on your own. Hiring a professional wildlife removal service will also keep you, your family, and your pets safe from any diseases the rodents may have. 

    Why hire US Wildlife Removal?

    Here at US Wildlife Removal, we have years of experience in dealing with rodent infestations of all kinds, both large and small. Our humane rodent removal process is focused on humanely relocating rats and mice from clients’ homes back to the wild. In fact, our experts at US Wildlife Removal know exactly how to ease rodents’ transitions from your home to the wild, and we are proud to help our clients humanely take care of their rodent problems. If you are dealing with a rodent problem, or a nuisance animal problem of any kind, be sure to give us a call at US Wildlife Removal.

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    How to Get Rif Of Rats In The Attic

    Rats are a common yet pesky problem for many homeowners. These animals can make a nest in almost any area of your house and they have the potential to really wreak havoc. But, you might not know that you have a rat problem right away, as many rats will make a home in your attic. Visit learn more information about rats in the attic.

    If you have found rats in your attic, there is no need to panic. We’ll go over the steps you can take to get rid of any rats you may find in your attic. The process of rat removal can be simple or more complicated, depending on which option you choose to go with. We’ll discuss several different methods, this way you can find the best way to get rid of rats. 

    How to Get Rid of Rats In Your Attic:

    Rats will make themselves known in your house. You might find droppings, pee, or smell something terrible coming from your attic. The following tips will help you if you find rats in your attic.

    1. Get Rid of Water and Food Sources

    Rats will only thrive in your home if they have a viable food source and water source. What this means is that you need to start cleaning up your home and getting rid of anything rats might eat or drink. 

    This can be a major hassle, but it is necessary for rat removal. Start by securing your trash and food. Seal up uneaten food in secure containers. And have a trash bin that can be closed to store your trash. 

    Don’t leave food or water out. And make sure to clean up after your pet once they are done eating. 

    1. Set Up Rat Traps

    Rat traps are another great option for rat removal. These traps can be bought for a reasonable price at many local stores, and they are easy to use. All you have to do is lure a rat onto one of these traps with food. You can also add poison to these rat traps if you are really set on getting rid of rats in your attic.

    1. Seal Up Any Holes or Openings

    Rats can enter your attic through fairly small holes and openings. So, you want to make sure that you have had every hold in your attic sealed up. Creating exclusion traps can also help keep rats from reentering your home once you remove food and water sources from your property.

    1. Use Strobe Lights

    Lights, and strobe lights, in particular, are another powerful tool for rat removal. You want to purchase high-quality lights that will scare off rats in your attic. But with this method, you are sure to deal with your pest problem. Just make sure you are setting up the lights in areas of your attic where the rats are living. 

    We also recommend using exclusion methods as well. This way you can get rats out of the basement and prevent them from coming back in.

    1. Call A Professional To Get Rid of The Rats

    Finally, rat removal might not always work. Even with the tips, we have mentioned above. Some rats can be stubborn or especially hard to get rid of, even with your best efforts. So, we recommend contacting a professional to deal with your rat problem. It might not be ideal to spend money doing this, but if the rats in your attic are really multiplying you can’t put this off. 

    Contact US Wildlife Removal

    If you have a rat infestation in your attic, call US Wildlife Removal as soon as possible. Of course, rats can be a major hassle in your home. They can also cost you a lot of money. But there are other concerns that need to be addressed. 

    Not only can they chew through wires and ruin your attic. But these animals are known to have diseases and may cause your family to become sick. 

    Really, it’s better to have a professional come in and handle this situation for you. Rat removal takes a lot of hard work and expertise. Luckily we know exactly how to get rid of rats in your attic. So, contact our office today to get a quote and get any of your questions answered.

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    How to Keep Rats Out Of the Garden

    Rats are pretty much everywhere at this point, being as they are highly flexible and adaptable creatures. Although we tend to think of them as gross and grimy, rats are actually highly intelligent and are only adapting to our own actions. As urban spaces continue to expand, wild animals have less and less space to live in, which is why they’ve started co-existing inside cities and other urban areas. Unfortunately, that can be a problem for homeowners.

    Rats on your property will expose you to a wide array of serious, sometimes even fatal, diseases, and cause quite a bit of damage. Not to mention that they can attract larger predators, such as snakes, which come with their own unique set of problems.

    So in order to help you keep your rodent situation under control, we at US Wildlife Removal have come up with a set of rules and tips to follow, to safeguard your property.

    What can you do to keep rats away?

    We’ll focus on the garden, since it’s a common lurking ground for rodents. They tend to be attracted by the plants you’re growing, the slugs and other insects in the ground, as well as the edibles you might’ve left outside (fallen fruit from trees, pet food, etc.).

    • Keep the garden trimmed and tidy.

    This should be a paramount rule for any homeowner with a garden and backyard. See, the thing is, the taller you grass and bigger your bushes, the easier it is for wild animals to hide and lurk around freely, without worrying about detection.

    Usually, when you regularly mow your lawn, rats and other critters will be less likely to stop by, since they won’t have room to hide in, and have a higher chance of getting killed. This also goes for snakes, squirrels, and other common pests.

    • Be careful with birdbaths and feeders.

    Bird feeders and baths are a wonderful invention, one that contributes and supports the bird population in your area. But it can also pose a risk for you, as a property owner. Unfortunately, most wild animals won’t respect the fact that you meant the food and water for the birds, and not for them. This is why it’s more likely to attract wild animals like rats to your garden if you have bird feeders or baths installed.

    What can you do? Does this mean you’ll have to give up your bird feeding habit altogether? Not necessarily, there are special bird feeders that are wild animal proof (often marketed as squirrel proofed) that can be difficult for rats to access and will lower the risk of attracting rodents.

    • Clean up after you eat outside.

    A picnic or a dinner on the deck can be a fun way to spend your evening with family and friends. However, it’s also a great way to leave crumbs and leftovers outside, thus attracting rats and other wild predators. So make sure you clean up after you eat outdoors, and that you block the access to your garden deck, if possible, so as to keep rats from getting to the fallen food.

    • Don’t leave pet food outdoors overnight.

    Another big issue is that homeowners will forget the food and water for their pet outdoors when they go to bed at night, which is a pretty sure-fire way to attract rodents. So always bring that inside before you go to bed.

    • Try getting a pet.

    While playing rat control with your pet can be dangerous (since it can expose the pet to a rat attack and disease), the presence of a large dog or house cat might ward off rats.


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