Our rodent inspections have a few dimensions that we want to talk about. First and foremost they are a great way to prevent any type of rodent infestation. Which is by all accounts something that you would do well to avoid. At times we will also come in and provide an inspection after we have provided a rodent removal service. This will allow us to essentially grade our work and find out whether or not you could continue to have problems that should be addressed. Having said that we want to go over some of the different things that tend to go on when we do provide an inspection.
Some Places Are More Prone To Infestations Than Others
We actually say this to point out a couple of things. It is tough to be able to determine what the perfect timeline is to schedule the next inspection. Especially when we are talking about a place that has been known to have these types of issues. Some basic rules do apply though. For the most part, being very close to a large field or a vacant lot that has not been taken care of properly can make your property more prone to these issues. If you know this scheduling a service more often could be a good idea.
How Do We Know That They Are All Gone?
After we have finished off a major infestation, this is one of the instances where a proper inspection may be in order. Obviously, our goal here is basically to make sure that the method that we used to counteract the situation fully worked. It is not uncommon to find many corpses in these types of inspections. After all, this usually means that the method worked. It can get a little uncomfortable for some people though, so we would rather handle it.
We Basically Always Do Inspections
One thing that we want to make sure we clear up is that most of our other services are going to include inspections. It is usually very important to us that we know the extent of the problem that we are going to be dealing with. Since we don’t want your brief description over the phone to be the only guide that we have to choose the correct type of procedure to fix the problem we will do our own inspections before spraying any chemicals or setting any traps.
Not Costly And Highly Effective
The best defense is a good offense. At least went it comes rodent control. That is why we really suggest that people consider periodic rodent inspections as part of their yearly home maintenance plan. It is really a service that is not going to cost you a lot of money. Yet, it can really save you a lot of awkward moments. There are certain times of the year when we are going to recommend to be a little more vigilant. If you are looking for a go-to rodent control company we can help you solve all sorts of issues!