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Rodent Proofing & Rat Control in Alameda, CA
Alley Cat specializes in rodent exclusion, keeping mice, rats, and other rodents out of your home. For years, we’ve protected Alameda homes against rodent infestation and the damage and illness they can cause.
If you think you may have a rodent infestation, call today to schedule a free inspection. We provide long-lasting, effective solutions and prevention measures to protect your home.
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Rats, mice, and other rodents may seem small and harmless, but over time they can threaten the well-being of your family and home.
Alley Cat has a reliable rodent-proofing process to protect your home against mice, rats, squirrels, and other rodents. This multi-phase process includes:
Rats can infest every part of your home. They reproduce every four to six weeks with litters of up to 70 babies each. Mice are smaller and can squeeze through holes the size of a dime. Due to their smaller size, it can be months before noticing an infestation, resulting in health issues and costly home damage.
Remediation. Replacement. Optimization.
Health & Safety
Rodents enjoy the isolation of crawl spaces and attics. These areas in your home are rarely visited by people and protect them from other threats. Rodent saliva, urine, and droppings can negatively affect your home’s indoor air quality and your health.
Insulation upgrades will defend your home against rodents while increasing its energy efficiency. Old insulation can act as a repository for rodent waste in your home. This waste has the potential to promote disease.
With upgraded insulation, you can rest assured that your home is weather-resistant and protected against rodent damage.
Why Choose Us
The professionals at Alley Cat are always searching for better ways to handle rodents. Our cutting-edge methods and technology control rodents and reduce stress for our clients.
We’ve developed our innovative four-step rodent-proofing process that includes a two-week inspection, ensuring no rodents remain and our prevention tactics remain effective.