Phoenix Rodent Removal
How to Get Rid of Rodents in Arizona
Nobody wants rodents to invade their property, and it can be very troublesome when you find them. In addition to being pesky, rats and mice can spread a variety of diseases and parasites, including ticks, lice, or fleas. An effective rodent removal service will not only get rid of your current rodent problem, but also prevent future issues from forming.
Whether rodents are on your property or in your home or office, they are being attracted to something that sustains themselves. So not only do the rodents need to be tracked, found and removed, these elements need to be addressed as well, and rodent deterrents need to be put in place to prevent any new invasions.
In many instances sighting one rodent means there are more, particularly in the case in mice and rats, which are proficient breeders. Trapping or removing one rodent will often not solve your rodent problem. When you spot a rodent on your property or in your home or office, it is imperative that you get in touch with us right away to request our rodent removal services.
Common Rodents in Phoenix
Mice & Rat Removal
Mice and rats in Arizona can and will over time cause damage to your home or business and introduce potential contamination that may lead to health problems. Mice & rat droppings and urine can cause allergies, asthma as well as other medical conditions.
Both rats and mice have the potential to damage electrical equipment such as wiring which will pose a fire hazard to the building. Identifying which invasive pest you are dealing with can determine the most effective treatment approach.
Pocket Gopher Removal
The most common gopher in Arizona is the Botta’s Pocket Gopher. Also known as the valley pocket gopher, these rodents burrow through the ground and tear up plants, lawns, irrigation and anything else below the surface.
It is often easy to spot a pocket gopher problem on your property by the signature mounds created & plugged while burrowing. Typically feeding on roots, grasses, and green plants, pocket gophers can easily leave your property looking like an old battlefield.
Problems with Invasive Rodents
There are over 35 diseases that can be transmitted by mice and rats worldwide, and you don’t need to come into direct contact with the pests to be exposed. Simply breathing blown dust that has been contaminated by rodent urine or droppings can spread disease.
Diseases can also be spread by coming into contact with the rodents or their urine or droppings, with or without being bit. Food can also be contaminated by rodent feces, potentially exposing your entire family with one meal.
Why Choose Bug Guardian for Rodent Removal?
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