Rodent Pest Control
Do you have a problem with rodents in your home or at your place of business?
Pest Control -Astoria, NY, And Surrounding Areas
Identifying an Ant Infestation
Our Environmental Pest Management services provide safe and effective mice and rat removal at your home or workplace in Queens.
Mice and rats can squeeze through small spaces and quickly take over any location. Rodents breed rapidly and transmit bacteria and disease just as fast. Even if you have not actually seen a mouse, tiny rod-shaped black droppings found near baseboards or food storage areas are often reliable indicators that rodents have invaded your premises in Queens.
Residential and commercial rodent pest control is essential to preserve your quality of life and business reputation in Queens. In addition to protecting health and peace of mind at home, we provide rodent inspections and maintenance services are recommended for:
- Hotels and hospitality outlets
- Retail stores
- Healthcare institutions
- Academic institutions
- Food processing plants
Rodent Control and Clean Up
Our licensed pest removal experts begin with a thorough inspection of your location to identify where rats and mice are hiding. Discreet and professional, our Environmental Pest technicians provide free assessments at any Queen’s business or residential location and devise customized plans for rodent control as well as follow-up maintenance and cleaning services to remove bacteria-ridden fecal matter and urine. Contact a rodent control expert in Queens for a free consultation and for answers to any pest control questions you may have.
As part of a strategic and comprehensive pest control plan, focus on improvements in the following areas to keep rodents away:
Clearing up Myths about Mice
Cats or dogs may hunt a mouse for sport, but cannot control rodent infestations
Mice do not necessarily like cheese. The best bait for mice is peanut butter, chocolate, and meats.
It is rare for only a single mouse to take up residence at any home or facility.
Mice reproduce rapidly with a single female producing up to 60 offspring each year.