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The Difference Between Norway Rats and Roof Rats

The Difference Between Norway Rats and Roof Rats

If you’ve had a roof rat infestation, you know the inconvenience they can cause. Not only do Roof rats gnaw through the shingles of your roof, but they’ll also contaminate your home and spread several diseases and bacteria. Aside from the damage they...
How to Spot a Rat Infestation

How to Spot a Rat Infestation

Roof Rat Removal is essential if you suspect your home is infested. Rodents are most active at night, which is why you’ll usually see their droppings near food sources. These rodents also have weak bladders, so you’ll also see daytime signs of their...
Roof Rat Appearance and Diet

Roof Rat Appearance and Diet

When it comes to their appearance, the Roof rat is much smaller than its neighboring Norway rat cousin. These animals tend to prefer climates with cooler temperatures, but are omnivorous. If you’ve been wondering about this rat’s diet, read on....
Fastest Way to Get Rid of Rats in the Attic

Fastest Way to Get Rid of Rats in the Attic

Natural rat killers are one of the most effective ways to get rid of rats in the attic. You can use baits and traps, or you can use a combination of methods. Bait is the most effective method and you can use it for more than one rat infestation. Trapping and baiting...
Do Rats Stay in the House During the Day?

Do Rats Stay in the House During the Day?

Whether you’re thinking of hiring a pest control professional or tackling a rat infestation on your own, you’ll likely want to know a few facts about rat behavior. In general, rats are nocturnal, which means that they’ll stay in the house at night...
How to Tell If Rats Are Gone

How to Tell If Rats Are Gone

One of the biggest problems with a rat infestation is that you can’t see them. However, there are ways to tell if rats have infested your home. These include detecting droppings, identifying entry points, and locating rat nests. You can also try leaving biscuits...