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Philadelphia Rat Removal and Mouse Control

Kris: 610-927-7792

Philadelphia is loaded with rats, which can chew on electrical wires in the attic.
We trap and remove all the Philadelphia rats and mice out of the attic for good.

For professional rat removal in Philadelphia, done the correct way, with full exclusion (sealing the entry holes shut) and trapping, with permanent results, call Kris at 610-927-7792. He is my recommendation for the best rat control in Philadelphia PA.

Philadelphia Rat Control Tip:
How to remove mouse feces -The key to remove mouse feces is to make sure you disturb the pieces as little as possible. Rodent waste carries a number of illnesses, many of which can become airborne. Particles in the air are then inhaled and can cause diseases in humans that can be fatal. It may not seem like one mouse dropping could do this, but it only takes one infected piece to spread disease. The best way to remove mouse feces is to throw away anything that has come in contact with it. Insulation with droppings should be pulled out and completely discarded, droppings and all. If you have loose feces on the floor, use a scoop to pick the waste material up. Do not use your broom or vacuum. Both of these tools will thrust particles into the air. When working around rodent waste, the last thing you want to do is create a lot of dust particles. No matter how careful you are in the handling, proper protective gear needs to be worn at all times. Gloves are a must. A respirator and eye protection are just as important. The menial cost of a respirator mask is well worth preventing an illness that will cost thousands of dollars to treat.

Philadelphia Rodent Control Email:
Hi there, thanks for your offer to write. I have a huge duplex, about 100 years old. It's but the old fashioned way, redwood, plaster & lathe. I live downstairs, tenant upstairs. She has a full size unfinished attic above her unit, the access is via a ceiling trap door kept shut. First she swore it was a man. She called the police. Then a ghost. Now she accepts it's some kind of animal. We've cleared all the junk and stuff from the attic and placed a combination of old fashioned traps and glue traps where the droppings were. Today went up to check and it was obvious one of the glue traps had been moved. She insists the creature is HUGE so where the glue trap was moved we placed a large possum cage-trap. The droppings are like rabbit pellets or smaller. Now she swears it's in the wall. I've remodeled in my unit and have seen how small the space is in the walls. It's all wood, wood slats and plaster. Can the critters get into plaster and lather walls? Or maybe that's the ghost ;). How long does it take to catch these guys? What else should we try? I have cats that kill mice & rats, should I put a cat in the attic? Does fumigating/bombing work? The only possible access we've found is along a gas line, do we screen it now and possibly lock the guy in or wait until it's caught? Thanks so much! Deb
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