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What You Need to Know About Violations on Your Property

You work hard to control your properties. The last thing you want is to stump your mission with violations for preventative issues. Failed inspections are issued when the following occur:
  • Live rats
  • Rat droppings
  • Burrows (places where rats live)
  • Gnaw marks from rat’s teeth
  • Tracks or runways, such as rub marks or flattened paths outside burrows
  • Excessive garbage or clutter that give rats a place to hide

HAVE OUR SUPERVISOR INSPECT BEFORE THE CITY DOES!

BE PRO-ACTIVE IN SECURING CONTROL OF YOUR BUILDINGS!
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It’s the time of year to assess the effectiveness of your bait stations. They are the perfect solution to rodent infestation because they:
  • Protect bait from moisture and dust, keeping it appealing for the target animal, and retain bait within the station.
  • Provide a protected place for rodents to securely feed.
  • Can be locked or sealed to prevent children and non-target animals (pets, livestock, desirable wildlife, etc.) from accessing hazardous bait.
  • Are equipped with rodent entrances that readily allow target animals access to baits but deny access to larger animals and birds.
  • Can be strategically and discreetly positioned in target areas which may be difficult to access (precautionary statements are prominently displayed on individual stations).
  • Allow for easy inspection to assess whether rodents are feeding.

PREVENTION IS KEY With the arrival of spring, our technicians are out in full force performing our complimentary seasonal bait station inspections. The ravages of this past winter have left many in need of repair or replacement, which is a top priority as pests surface. Download FREE pdfs ‘Preventing Rats on Your Property’ and Rat Control Guidelines for Property Owners and Supertintendents.’

CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION: 866.399.8200

 

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