Pest Control for Rodents

Rodent Control In Greater Charlotte Area

A rodent infestation can cause wood damage, weakened house foundations, chewed-up wires, and dug-up yards. In North Carolina, we see three rodents that get into people’s homes: rats, mice, and voles. Rats and mice are more likely to enter your home to acquire food while voles will create tunnels in your lawn and garden areas. Our extermination professionals offer rodent control in Harrisburg, Concord, Albemarle, Norwood, Kannapolis, Locust, Monroe, Matthews, Charlotte, and the surrounding areas.

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Treating Rodent Infestations

Rodents not only can cause significant structural damage, but they can also spread disease and bring along other pests. For this reason, you’ll want to get treatment fast if you spot one of these pests in or around your home. For rats and mice, we recommend using traps to get rid of these pests. When you call us in, we’ll be able to strategically set up different traps in or on the perimeter of your home to best catch the rodents. For voles, we offer similar services; however, we also include the use of bait to catch them.

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Our team is passionate about providing quick, efficient pest solutions. We have proudly provided pest control services in the greater Charlotte area for over 40 years, and we hope to serve you next! Check your zip code to see if we serve your city.

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How to Prevent Rodents in Your Home

Clean Up Your Yard

Leaf and mulch piles provide perfect nests for rodents. Remove them to prevent rodents in your yard.

Seal Any Entrances

Rodents can slip into your home through holes in your walls. Seal them to avoid unwelcome pests.

Remove Food Sources

Bird feeders or even your trash can attract rodents. Remove them while treating an infestation.

Use Their Nose

Rodents avoid the smell of mothballs, bleach, vinegar, cinnamon, peppermint, and pepper spray.