How to Know if I Have Rodents at Home?
Rodents are able to climb vertical surfaces and will gain access through a hole as small as a quarter of an inch in diameter. Once they get into your home, the chances of destroying your property and infecting any reachable food are pretty high.
In case you're not sure if there is a rodent infestation in your Bedford County property, check out for urine, droppings, or any structural damage from gnawing and nesting activities. If you've spotted any of these rodents' symptoms, call us at (301) 232-5845 immediately for quick rodents control! We can help rid your house of rodents today!
At American Pest, our certified rodent control professionals will put an end to your frustration by getting rid of rats and mice inside any Colonial Heights property.
One of the methods we use to eliminate rodents is our SMART treatments. An intelligent trapping system that will effectively stop mice and rats in their tracks, communicating with one of our pest experts in real-time. So we'll know what's going on before you do.
Why is Important to Have a Preventive Termite Treatment?
There are over 2,600 species of termites in the world. Out of all of these, only three species pose a risk to wood structures and belongings inside any house, which makes them even more dangerous than rodents.
Termites travel underground through narrow tunnels they've built for transportation between food sources and their nesting sites. They will most likely enter your home through small cracks on the foundation walls but can also gain access through drains, vents, or broken sewer lines that are close to ground level.
To prevent termites from entering your Bedford County home, we offer a special plan just for that! We will keep your home free of termites by using our highly effective method: The Sentricon® Termite Elimination System.
This approach requires no liquid or drilling treatment and leaves no harmful odors behind. Instead, the Sentricon System kills the termites at their source, offering bait picked up by worker termites and brought back to the kingdom. This bait is more appealing to termites than the wood itself, making it the first thing termites salvage for their colony. The result will be the complete elimination of existing termites and the prevention of new termite colony invasions.