RODENTS CONTROL

Pest Guard offers the expertise and knowledge of rodent biology to best protect your health and rid your home and business properties of a rodent infestation, as they possess potential Health Risks with Damaging the items.

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  • address demo address #8901 Marmora Road Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • phone0800-123456 (24/7 Support Line)
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Pest Guard offers the expertise and knowledge of rodent biology to best protect your health and rid your home and business properties of a rodent infestation, as they possess potential Health Risks with Damaging the items. Pest Guard’s Specialized Rodent Control Service offers an effective solution to Rodents Problem and include placement of ready-to-use Rat Poison Baits at strategic locations with use of safe and professional Rodent Bait Stations. Our approach also includes sealing the entry points and monitoring rodent activities to achieve optimal control. Contact us for the service and products we offer for Rodent Control.




Here’s what you should know about these rodents:

They can easily climb on pipes, cables and enter into structures. Rats cut into valuable office cables disrupting regular work and bringing it to halt. They can also damage wooden furniture, suit cases and clothes through grawning using their oversized front teeth.

Rodent droppings most often cause allergic reactions in human beings but can also cause disease, including the potentially deadly Hanta virus. More frequently, though, rodents serve as vectors, carrying bacteria, such as salmonella, on their bodies and contaminating food sources, kitchen surfaces and equipment.

House Mice

The house mouse is the most common rodent pest in most parts of the world. It can breed rapidly and adapt quickly to changing conditions. In fact, a female house mouse can give birth to a half dozen babies every three weeks, and can produce up to 35 young per year.

Norway Rats

The Norway rat can gain entrance to a structure through openings larger than ½ inch. Norway rats can cause damage to properties and are vectors of diseases like the Plague and Salmonella.

Roof Rats

Roof rats get their name from their tendency to be found in the upper parts of buildings. Historically, roof rats and their fleas have been associated with the Bubonic Plague.