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Hey there, your Meerkat Pest Control team here, and we're back to help you with rodent proofing–the ultimate way to keep those not-so-friendly rats and mice out of your property for good!
Why Rodent Proofing is the Bee's Knees
When it comes to dealing with rodent removal, there are two main approaches: rodent control (which focuses on reducing the existing population) and rodent proofing (which aims to prevent infestations in the first place). While both have merit, we believe that prevention is always better than cure.
Long-term Peace of Mind: By sealing up entry points, you can stop rodents from entering your property–making your home or business critter-free.
Cost-Effective: Although it may require an initial investment, it pays off in the long run by preventing future infestations, damage, food contamination, and as well as commercial reputation damage.
Environmentally Friendly: It is a non-toxic, eco-friendly solution that doesn't rely on harsh chemicals or poisons.
Meerkat Pest Control's Exclusion Services: Your First Line of Defense
Here at Meerkat Pest Control, we're industry leaders in rodent control and removal. To prove that, we are proud to say that our very own Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program includes a range of rodent-resistant materials and techniques to seal up your property's entry points from any of these intruders.
Our exclusion services include:
Copper mesh and pro steel fabrics: These durable materials are used to block any gaps, cracks, and any of those entry points that rodents might exploit.
Metal-X and Ridge-Guard Systems: With these innovative systems, you're sure to have that extra protection for your property by sealing up wire chases, doorways, loading areas, and even vents.
Tips for Keeping Rats and Mice at Bay
In addition to our professional rodent-proofing services, here are some simple steps that you can do to reduce the risk of rat infestation:
Keep your food stored in airtight containers and clean up spills promptly.
Trim back your trees and bushes that could provide easy access to your roof or walls.
Install door sweeps and repair damaged screens to block any potential entry points.
Regularly inspect your property for signs of rodent activity, such as droppings or gnaw marks.
Schedule Your Rodent Prevention Services Today!
Ready to say goodbye to those rats and mice for good?