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PROACTIVE RODENT MANAGEMENT

THEY NEST, GNAW AND SPREAD DISEASE – LET US STOP THEM IN THEIR TRACKS.

Like everything else we strive to do, we are pest control experts who work to diminish and eliminate pest problems versus only reacting to them. This is especially true when it comes to rodents like mice and rats that are instinctive survivors, burrowers and breeders.

Our approach is proactive, meaning we provide programs that help protect you from rodent infestation. We search for signs of their presence, fully analyze your facility’s setup and structure, then offer recommendations for sealing or repairing possible rodent-friendly gaps and spaces.

Additionally, our proven method for detering rodents is a two-fold defense program that works in tandem to protect your facility inside and out:

  • Exterior Bait Stations. After a thorough outside evaluation of common access points and weak spots, secured stations are strategically positioned, then monitored and baited as necessary on a regular schedule by one of our trained professionals.
  • Interior Multi-Catch Traps. A similar process of identifying where rodents are likely to enter, inconspicuous and secured traps are set within your facility to catch and trap any rodents that find a way to enter.

Don’t let rats and mice gnaw away at your business. Call us to talk in person or request a quote customized to your square footage and industry now.

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From termites to bed bugs, rodents to roaches, no pest is too large or small for the experts at ScherZinger to handle. The difference? We work to fully understand your pest problem from the get-go – and the unique environmental conditions in which it exists – and then apply proven solutions. Send us your problem below, or just give us a call, and let us get to work for you.    Required = *


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