Rat and mice infestations are not only a nuisance for the mess and damage they cause, rodents can also introduce disease and other pests to your home. If a rodent infestation goes untreated for a long period of time, their droppings can build up and also cause respiratory issues.
Common Diseases Caused by Rodents:
Whether you have an infestation of rats or mice, On The Fly’s expert technicians are here to help. We will start the service by performing a thorough inspection of your property to determine the entrance points and scope of the infestation. After the inspection, our technicians will customize a plan best suited for your needs and budget. For the most effective rodent control, we recommend an exclusion service to seal the entrance points to prevent rodents from returning. We also offer clean up service to remove the unsanitary conditions and restore your property.
Mice infest homes in search of food, water, and a source of shelter. They are often found in pantries, kitchens, attics, basements, and garages. They use insulation, paper products, cardboard and clothing to build their nests. Mice reach sexual maturity at 4-7 weeks of age and a female can have 5-10 litters a year. With such a rapid speed in maturity and a capability for large litters, it doesn’t take long for mice infestations to get out of control.
Controlling Mice starts with a thorough inspection of your home. Once the technicians determine the entry points, they will remove the current invaders and recommend sealing the entry points to prevent mice from returning.
Rats have been a problem for most of human history. They feed off of our scraps, invade homes for food and shelter, and spread diseases to people with their droppings. Like mice, rats are also prolific breeders and they are capable of having several litters in a short period of time. It doesn’t take long for a rat infestation to spiral out of control.
The first step in removing a rat infestation is to eliminate their sources of food, water, and shelter. Unsanitary conditions and clutter help conceal rat infestations, so it’s also important to keep your garage, shed, basement, and attic clear of junk.
We employ trained, licensed and trustworthy technicians. We use internationally accepted, environmentally-friendly and low-risk products. With over a decade in the wildlife control & removal field, we have earned a name for quality animal removal services all across Baltimore county.
Our technicians are trained and licensed. We also provide recurring training sessions in order to keep our technicians up to date with the latest wildlife control and removal methods.
On The Fly is a great pest control solution partner. We've used them for more than several years now and they are great. Both houses we have been at have reduced pest presence. Their customer service is very good and we've always been impressed with the folks that come out to service the home.