When you notice rodents scurrying around your house or commercial property, call for rodent control services from H2 Pest Control. Left alone, a rodent infestation can become more than just a nuisance. Rodents are notorious for damaging yards and landscaping, chewing holes in walls, and even chewing electrical wires to create a fire hazard. Keep your property and your loved ones safe with our professional rodent control!
Not only can rodents cause damage to your property, but they can also be a health hazard carrying harmful diseases. This is another reason why complete, professional rodent control is so important. DIY traps may remove a few rodents, but won’t get at the heart of the infestation.
When you begin seeing signs of rodents, don’t hesitate to call our rodent control specialists. Some indications that you have rodents roaming about are scratching sounds coming from walls and ceilings, or rodent droppings in cupboards, pantries, garages, etc. You may also notice gnaw or scratch marks and musty odors.
Depending on the rodent, you may see other signs of an infestation particular to that specific species. Mice, for example, may build nests out of debris in the walls of your home, while voles may dig up subterranean holes in your yard. Common rodents we treat for in Eagle Mountain, Lehi, and other parts of Utah County and Southern Salt Lake County include:
Each rodent comes with its own set of problems and needs its specific treatment. But H2 Pest Control knows what those best treatments are to provide the best solutions for your property.
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Get in touch with H2 Pest Control for comprehensive rodent control in Lehi, Eagle Mountain, and other Utah County locations. Whether you’re dealing with rats, mice, voles, gophers, or other rodents, we’re the experts to call for the best rodent control service guaranteed.
There are many rodents that find their way into people’s homes, especially in winter months.. Below is a list of the three common rodents that are found in Utah.