Tom’s Pest Control uses a combination of techniques to eliminate rodents from the properties of our customers. We usually begin the pest control with a rodent inspection at your property. It will help us identify the reasons for the infestation, the extent of the infestation, and the hiding spots of rodents. Based on that, we will create a tailored termite extermination plan. We will also secure any exterior openings at your property to prevent the access of rodents into it in future. Similarly, we will ask you to remove any clutter to minimise the hideouts of rodents. Also, we may give you specific property sanitation and yard maintenance tips, based on our inspection, to make your space better protected against future infestation.
If your property has less complex rodent issues or spots the infestation for the first time, it is good to try DIY rodent control methods. Various rodent traps are available in the market to help you with the control of the pest. You can also remove any form of clutter from your property and ensure proper, regular sanitation to minimise future infestation risks.
However, if you notice that your rodent extermination attempts do not give satisfying results or rodents return to your property, it’s high time to get professional pest control. Similarly, if your property has complex rodent infestation issues, don’t wait to get professional pest management. Contact us immediately for comprehensive pest management.
Choosing a professional pest exterminator is a great way to exterminate the rodents as well as the root cause of the infestation. Just killing or trapping rodents in your property may not give you the assurance that the property is better protected against future infestation. Similarly, it doesn’t guarantee that all the rats and mice in your environment are eliminated.
This is where professional rodent extermination makes the difference. Most exterminators come with years of expertise in comprehensively addressing rodent issues in various types of properties. They know the usual hiding spots of rodents in properties, their behaviour, and identify the reasons for infestation. Through preventive treatments, property repairs, and hygiene and sanitation guidelines, they will make your property better protected against future infestation.
When it comes to rodent control, a treatment that addresses the causes of the infestation can give you long-lasting results. At Tom’s Pest Control, we use rodent traps to catch and remove the pest from your environment. We are committed to giving humane, safe pest management solutions to our customers.
Additionally, we will seal or repair any exterior openings at your property. Also, we will advise you to remove any clutter from your space and ensure minimal hiding spaces for rodents. Open or easily accessible food can attract rodents to properties. You should pay attention to secure your food from rodents and ensure good sanitation all the time. Finally, we will also give specific yard maintenance tips to repel rodents from your space.
Just eliminating the rodents from your property doesn’t guarantee you that it would give you long-lasting pest control results. While coming to rodent treatment methods, you can use rodent traps or baits to remove the existing pests from your environment. Regularly removing the clutter and pile of any kind of debris can assure you quick results. You can also clear the trash cans at your property and ensure regular property maintenance. Inspect your property, close all the exterior openings, and remove or secure open foods, including pet food.
Rodent control costs in Perth can be between $150-$300. If you want to know the accurate cost for rodent control at your property, use our quote form to provide us with the infestation details. We will provide you with an upfront FREE quote.
The complexity of rodent infestation is different from properties to properties. Also, based on your property type, the treatment may need to cover extra space or less. Additionally, we may want to complete specific property repairs to minimise future infestation risks at your property. All these reflect in the final pricing of our rodent control service.