Mice & Rats

 These two rodents are the second most successful mammals on the planet for adaptability only behind humans . They often attempt to share our living space.  In order to control them properly Wingman Pest Control uses a three-step approach. 

 Removing rodents from the interior of a structure generally involves a combination of trapping and baiting.

Removing rodents from the interior of a structure generally involves a combination of trapping and baiting.

Step 1

The first visit involves a very detailed inspection of both the interior and exterior of the home or business.  We can determine where the active rodent areas are for entry and nesting.   We use these locations to set a combination of traps and rodenticide bait stations to control the existing population. 

 After the rodents have been successfully controlled the house needs to be sealed up in great detail.

After the rodents have been successfully controlled the house needs to be sealed up in great detail.

Step 2

The second visit involves sealing up all existing entry points as well as all potential entry points.  We seal openings even if they are not currently being used so as not to shift the pressure to a different area of the house.  We are industry leaders in thorough and quality sealing work.  

 If there has been rodents inside of a house there will generally be a certain level of rodent pressure in the neighborhood.  We suggest on-going baiting using subtle bait stations of the exterior of the home.

If there has been rodents inside of a house there will generally be a certain level of rodent pressure in the neighborhood.  We suggest on-going baiting using subtle bait stations of the exterior of the home.

Step 3

During the second visit we also include up to 2 exterior rodenticide bait stations.  Since mice and rats are chewers, we must control the on-going pressure that exists in the neighborhood.  This helps prevent a re-infestation and new chew-in areas around the house.

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