New York City Rat Removal and Extermination
LONG ISLAND: 516-874-5040
New York City is loaded with rats, which can chew on electrical wires in the attic.
We trap and remove all the New York City rats and mice out of the attic for good.
For professional rat removal in New York City, done the correct way, with full exclusion (sealing the entry holes shut) and trapping, with permanent results, call
James in NYC at 347-650-2446, or Mike in Westchester at 914-595-4833
or Robert in Long Island at 516-874-5040. These guys are my recommendation for the best rat control in the NYC area.
New York City Rat Control Tip:
How to prevent rats from coming inside an apartment - The most reliable method to prevent rats from coming inside does not involve an owl statue perched on your window sill. Studies and experience have shown us that repellents and decoy animals have a poor efficacy against rodents. Rats are notoriously bold when it comes to food and shelter. It will take more than mothballs and coyote urine to keep them away. The most effective way to keep rats at bay is to keep your home repaired. This method is simple and reliable. No matter what else is going on in your neighborhood, as long as your home is impenetrable, you will not have to worry about any nuisance animals. Closing up the house does not just mean keeping doors and windows shut. A rat only needs a little over an inch of space to sneak into a building. All openings must be sealed or secured. This includes drains and vents. A rat will use any opportunity to get inside. Though not as important as home repair, keeping your property in good shape will help keep rats away. Rodents look for places where they can remain concealed. A house that has few gardens and short grass will make a rat wary. Predators can easily pick off a rodent that has to run across a few yards of open lawn.
New York City Rodent Control Email:
I was hoping you can give me some advice on how to get rid of a rat I have in my attic. I have finally found where they were coming in at thanks to a
bad roofing job Home Depot did on my house a few years ago. I located the holes by observing where they were coming in at along the eaves of where the new roof was installed. Anyway I have one rat located over my inclosed carport area with no crawl space for me to place traps in that area. I'm able to place a few snap traps and sticky traps near the duct work that goes into the enclosed carport area. It's been about a month now and he is not interested in the traps.