Monday, November 8, 2010

How To Get Rid Of Mice

Ampm exterminator professional rat control begins with a thorough inspection of your home, including the exterior, the sub area under your home- if you have one, and any other potential activity areas or voids in your home: including attics, garages, etc.

We write up a report detailing the access points that rats are using or could potentially use to get inside your home. We also look for conducive conditions that make your home attractive to rats.

Our goal is to eliminate the rats you have currently and to keep other rats from being able to move back in.

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Do we provide crawlspace clean-up services?
We do provide the clean-up services most homes need and would be happy to give you an estimate for these services as well.

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

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Getting rid of birds - woodpeckers

Woodpeckers pound on metal flashing, vents or chimney caps - looking for mates. Female woodpeckers are impressed by a guy who can make some noise.
Woodpecker punch holes in your eaves and walls to make nests.
Woodpeckers are a protected species. So it is important that woodpecker control measures do not actually harm the birds.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Exterminator that gets rid of bed bugs

Although bed bugs like to nest on the bed, within ten feet of the bed, or on or near other areas where you site or spend long periods of time. They can nest anywhere. So if you want to get rid of bed bugs - you have to be thorough. We carefully treat the frame of the bed, the area under the bed, the baseboards, and nearby furniture. We spray the walls wherever the bed comes close to touching the wall. We spray hallways and door frames to keep the bed bugs from migrating through a home.

Rats Laugh When You Tickle Them

The most important thing to remember when controlling rodents is sealing your home to keep them out. The fact that rodents have been in your sub area should not affect your health. Especially, if you do not plan on working in those areas. If the odor is strong and you want the area cleaned we will be happy to work with you by providing quotes or resources to get these areas cleaned. It is not included with any other service and would be an additional charge.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

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Rats leave their nests every night to look for food, to drink a fairly high percentage of their body weight in water, and to inspect their range.
During these activities they are constantly looking for bolt holes in case of danger and for new sources of food.
They found your home because a gap was discovered, often due to air flow, that offered potential safety.
Nesting potential and possible food sources were probably secondary.

Monday, January 11, 2010

rat control exterminator

Rats are a major menace for houses all over the world. Here are some techniques that can help you remove the rats from your home.
One of the most effective ways to do this is to use electronic pest control techniques. These methods make use of very high frequency sounds produced by ultrasonic devices that can repel the rats. Only rats can hear these sounds and hence the devices are safe for humans and domestic pets.
Organic rat repellents are also good solutions for successful removal of rats. This technique makes use of minute tablets or pellets that smell like rat predators and hence drive the rats away. These can be spread evenly around the home, garage and any other place which can serve as breeding grounds for rats.
You can also use moth balls that emit very strong repelling smell and can drive the rats away from your house. These can be put at all the corners of the residence for maximum effect.
One of the ways that have been in practice for quite some time now is the use of mechanical traps, commonly called wooden snap traps. They are less expensive and quite efficient when fitted with appropriate baits. They must be kept away from children and pets as they can cause injuries. The limitation with such snap traps is that they can catch one rat at one time. Though, the advantage of this technique is that it is not hazardous like chemical pesticides.
You can also use a glue board to trap and kill rats. These are usually made of cardboard or wood, and their surface is smeared with sticky glue. You can put bits of bread on the board that can serve as bait for rats. When rats access the food, the glue sticks to them and they can’t get off the board. This finally results in their death by starvation.