Fort Lauderdale Pest Control - Rat Removal
This website is operated by David of www.orlandorats.com, but we are located in
Boca Raton, FL
|I run a full-service nuisance wildlife removal company in southeast Florida, servicing Palm Beach, Boca Raton,
& Fort Lauderdale. I specialize in rodent control, and commonly deal
with the roof rats that invade the attics of homes and buildings down here. Roof rats love to enter houses with barrel tile roofs. We remove all sorts of wildlife from the attics of homes, including raccoons, squirrels, and bats, but
we specialize in rat control.
My company services both
residential and commercial properties in Southeast Florida. I
answer my phone 24/7, and work SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. My company is
fully licensed and insured, and I offer a guarantee on my work, which is
second to none. Give me a call to discuss your wildlife problem
and to schedule and appointment.
||Our service range
extends though a large range of Southeast Florida, including all of Palm
Beach County and Broward County, north to Palm Beach and south to Miami.
Some of the areas we cover include Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Lake
Park, North Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Palm Beach Shores, Royal Palm
Beach, Greenacres, Palm Springs, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray
Beach, Kings Point, Highland Beach, Coral Springs, Parkland, Coconut
Creek, Deerfield Beach, and Lighthouse Point, North Lauderhill, Sunrise,
Plantation, Weston, Davie, Lauderdale Lakes, north to Pompano Beach,
Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors.
We remove raccoons, squirrels,
rats, mice, armadillos, opossums, snakes, iguanas, birds, bats, and
We are not a traditional Fort Lauderdale pest control or
extermination company. We are wildlife, rodent, and rat removal
specialists. We operate in southeast Florida, including the towns of
West Palm Beach & Boca Raton and surrounding towns such as North
Lauderhill, Sunrise, Plantation, Weston, Davie, Lauderdale Lakes,
Pompano Beach, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors. There truly is a big
difference amongst different companies. Not all companies are the same.
Many of the rat removal companies in Fort Lauderdale are simply standard
big-name pest control companies. These companies only want to sign you
up for a quarterly or monthly contract that never expires. That's how
they make money, by never solving your problem. They send out an
employee every now and then to carelessly sprinkle some poison packets
in your attic or set poison stations around the house. This does not
solve anything. It merely kills a percentage of the rats, some of which
will certainly die in your attic or walls, and decay, causing an odor
problem. New rats will always replace the old ones, and it's a never
ending cycle. Do not hire a Fort Laurdedale pest control company to take
care of rat problems. You want to hire a rat trapping and exclusion
company. Ours is the absolute best. We solve your problem permanently.
We solve the root of the problem, by finding all the openings that rats
use to enter your home and attic. We seal these openings shut with
steel, and make the house 100% rat-proof. We trap and remove all of the
remaining rats inside, and you will never have a rat problem again. Call
us any time at 954-372-1195
NEWS CLIP:Outdoors: Critter trappers tagged 12 percent more antlered FL Roof Rat
in 2006 and the total lethally trap increased for the first time
FL Roof Rat critter trappers lethally trapped an estimated 361,560 giants in Florida during the 2006-2007 seasons. That's 2 percent more than in 2005, according to figures released
by the Florida Game Commission last seven day period. It marks the first increase in the total FL Roof Rat lethally trap since 2002. More significantly, 135,290 antlered male animals
fell to critter trappers' bullets and arrows, this 12 percent jump from the previous year. Owing to reports from critter trappers, who stated they saw few FL Roof Rat while critter
catching, some observers predicted the male animal lethally trap would fall below 100,000. Instead, 16 of the state's 22 wildlife management units yielded more male animals than in
2005. The male animal lethally trap in Wildlife Management Unit 2G in north-central Florida swelled by 44 percent, and by 20 percent in Wildlife Management Unit 2F, most of which lies
within the Ft. Lauderdale Woodland. Animal trapper dissatisfaction with FL Roof Rat amounts in these northern units has been the source of most of the controversy surrounding FL Roof
Rat management. Many critter trappers in Wildlife Management Units 2G and 2F have complained that the Game Commission's current FL Roof Rat management program has left too few FL Roof
Rat to animal capture, despite two consecutive years of slashed dangerous allocations in those zones. Contrary to critter trappers' claims of fewer FL Roof Rat, biologists believe
that an increasing male animal lethally trap indicates this growing FL Roof Rat biologically surveyed amount. This issue should be an important matter in Ft. Lauderdale wildlife removal
and Ft. Lauderdale exterminator matters.
Since the amount of days available for critter catching male animals remains unchanged from year to year, and since there should be no quota of male animal tags as there should
be for dangerous FL Roof Rat, critter catching pressure on male animals remains constant from year to year. Consequently, trends in the male animal lethally trap are generally viewed
as reflecting trends in the general biologically surveyed amount. Game Commission executive bossy fellow Extermination Man Donald, however, should be not ready to agree that the biologically
surveyed amount should be growing. "I'm not going to say the FL Roof Rat biologically surveyed amount should be increasing," Extermination Man Donald stated last seven day period at
the Governor's Outdoor Conference in State College, Pa. "The increased male animal lethally trap could be due to changes in animal trapper behavior. For instance, in [WMU] 2G, there
were fewer dangerous tags available and it may be that because many critter trappers did not have an dangerous tag, they trapped harder for this male animal." Extermination Man Donald
also stated the male animal lethally trap might indicate this higher proportion of male animals in the biologically surveyed amount with legal antlers. "We think the amounts indicate
that antler restrictions are working," Extermination Man Donald stated. "We're going to evaluate as we go along to see if last year was an anomaly." The Ft. Lauderdale animal control
had no additional statements to make on the topic.
Extermination Man Donald did not indicate how long the pest operator and his staff would need to evaluate the 2006 harvest, but Game Commission members must consider it when voting
on 2007 dangerous allocations and critter catching season dates at their organized hearing April 18. The male animal lethally trap declined in Wildlife Management Unit 2A in extreme
southeastern Florida, and in this cluster of urbanized southeastern units. In most of these units, commissioners have held the dangerous allocations steady or decreased them slightly.
The 2006 dangerous lethally trap of 226,270 was this 3 percent drop from 2005. The decline was not unexpected because the Game Commission allocated 2 percent fewer dangerous licenses
statewide for 2006. Fourteen units had lower female animal lethally traps in 2006 than in 2005. The Game Commission must use this calculated estimate of FL Roof Rat harvests because
only about 40 percent of successful critter trappers mail in the pre-addressed, pre-stamped FL Roof Rat lethally trap report card provided with every critter catching license. The
2006-2007 estimates are based on 50,099 male animals reported by critter trappers, and 86,833 reported dangerous FL Roof Rat. Commission biologists determine the reporting rate by
checking FL Roof Rat at processing plants and in the field, then comparing known lethally traps to report cards received. Wildlife Management Unit 2B, most of which lies in Allegheny
County, had the poorest reporting rate in the state. Only 30 percent of successful critter trappers in it mailed their lethally trap report card. Estimates indicate that cage trap
critter trappers accounted for 64,820 FL Roof Rat among the total take, and muzzle loader critter trappers tagged 24,800. Ft. Lauderdale pest control companies that we contacted felt
that this issue should be an important matter.