Three Reasons to Keep NJ Rodents Out and How To Prevent Them from Entering

Rodents have no sense of manners. Instead of waiting to be invited, they’ll make their way inside your home or building through any opening they can find. Our pest control Toms River NJ technicians explain the safe and effective methods they use to keep these unwanted guests out.

Three Top Methods of Rodent Control

1. Trapping is used when rodents are already present. Our snap and glue rodent traps are state-of-the-art for maximum efficiency, while the bait is non-toxic to prevent any danger to pets. Traps are placed directly in rodent pathways and inspected frequently to remove rodents and rebait as needed.

2. Monitoring involves placing bait stations with anticoagulant rodenticide around the perimeter of your home or building. The stations are locked and tamper-proof to avoid external interference. As with indoor traps, our technicians regularly check outdoor stations for rodent removal and rebaiting.

3. Exclusion is the process of sealing every point of entry that’s at least one-quarter inch in diameter. Caulking, wire mesh screens and other rodent-impervious materials are used to close up the openings.

Rodents are known carriers of disease, so eliminating them is only part of the solution. Nesting sites should be professionally cleaned and disinfected to ensure that no organisms or parasites are left behind.

Trust Our Pest Control Toms River NJ Experts

DIY rodent control is messy, ineffective and potentially dangerous. Don’t take chances with the health and safety of your family, employees and customers. Contact Allison Pest Control today and schedule a free pest inspection.

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