Rodent Proofing

Rodent Proofing

Exclude Rodents with Alley Cat

Rodent Proofing

What is Rodent Proofing?

Rodent proofing is the act of fortifying your home against rodents. Since rodents (rats, mice, and squirrels) are able to squeeze through dime-sized holes, any and all cracks in and around your home must be sealed.

The Alley Cat Solution

Alley Cat provides all-inclusive protection in just four steps.

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Initial Inspection

We make sure to check every room of the house from the attic to the crawl space with our rodent exclusion team. We look for all vulnerable entry points and assess the infestation. From here, we provide you a free estimate along with our action plan.
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Remove and Sanitize

Once you schedule the removal and clean up, Alley Cat will start the rodent exclusion process in your home. Our rodent proofing team will make sure that traces of rodents are properly disposed of through the use of:
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Rodent Proofing the Home

After all traces are removed including the perpetrators, the Alley Cat team will shore up those entry points from the initial inspection preventing a further rodent infestation.
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Follow-Up Inspection

Alley Cat is dedicated to our clients. We want all homeowners to feel comfortable in their home after working with us. Therefore, we offer a free follow-up inspection two weeks after we finish the rodent proofing. This re-inspection will make sure our solutions are properly defending your home.

Plus, all clients are offered a full 3-year warranty!

One way we check to make sure the rodent proofing solutions are working is to see the traps we left. If the traps are clear, the rodents have been removed and excluded from the property and the defense measures are remaining strong and effective.
If there are rodents in the traps, it could mean that either the rodents were still in the home while we proofed OR they found a way back inside. If it is the later case, we will keep returning to check, reseal, and implement new traps until the rodents are fully cleared and no trace of them can be found for up to 3 years.
The interior of the home is very attractive for rodents. Not only is it a source of food, but also it provides warmth. Because of their short legs, rodents are prone to hypothermia and will always conjugate in warm areas such as the kitchen, under the dishwasher or next to the oven, or in the attic with all the insulation.
Rodent teeth constantly grow like our nails. Just as we have to cut our nails often, they gnaw at items such as electrical wiring to keep their teeth short and sharp. These chew-like marks on electrical wiring can lead to costly and hazardous fire risks.

Where rodents eat and sleep, they most likely also leave droppings. These rodent droppings are potential sources of diseases such as Hantavirus and Salmonella, that, if not disposed of properly, can lead to long-term health consequences for the family.

Rodent Control

Rat Control

Rodent Control

Mice Control

Attic Cleaning

Attic Cleaning

Crawlspace

Crawl Space Cleaning

Insulation Upgrade

Insulation Upgrade

There is No Time Better Than the Present

Why Rodent Proofing is Essential

If your home isn’t rodent proofed now, it can be a welcome beacon for future unwanted roommates. And once they move in, the health and financial costs can escalate in a very short time.
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Therefore, the best time to start rodent proofing is when you don’t have a rodent infestation. It saves you health and financial costs as well as gives you a peace of mind. Get started today by scheduling a free inspection.

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