Rodent Pest Control
For many, seeing rodents or indications of their presence, represent the ultimate sign of a failed commercial pest control plan, and rightly so. Rodents not only destroy your property through chewing, nesting, and hoarding, they also transmit disease and are the fastest way for massive fines and shutdowns from state regulators.
Terminix® Rodent Control Stops Rodents in Their Tracks
Terminix® utilizes a three-step rodent control process that protects you and your employees by stopping rodents before they destroy your business from the inside out:
1. Sanitation: Food and shelter make your business a prime target for rodents; therefore Terminix® will recommend steps to make it less attractive. These may include:
- Trash elimination
- Updating broken or gaping trash bins or receptacles
- Increasing trash removal frequency
- Eliminating rodent-friendly tall weeds and grass near your structure
2. Exclusion: Rodents need only a ¾” space to enter your building. A Terminix® rodent control expert will perform a thorough inspection that may recommend:
- Covering all vents with a tight-fitting hardware cloth
- Stopping entry points by securing gaps around loose pipes and other wall intrusions
- Discouraging chewing by adding metal kick plates to exterior doors
- Updating all weather stripping to door bottoms and sides
3. Prevention: A well-designed preventive rodent control program is the best first line of control to eliminate rodent problems. This, combined with kill traps, catch traps, and bait stations work together to ensure the ultimate Terminix® rodent control solution.
See why 150,000 commercial customers nationwide trust the Terminix® team for all their commercial rodent control needs. Contact us today at 800-BUGS-911 (800-284-7911) to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate and a customized commercial program that will eliminate rodents in your commercial space!
Proudly serving customers in Fayetteville, Elizabeth City, Wilmington, Raleigh, New Bern, Goldsboro, Cary and Durham, NC as well as Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Newport News and Smithfield, VA.