Michigan Bat Control, Inc. of Oakland County, MI proudly services all of the following cities and surrounding areas listed below for rodent control of mice, squirrels, and rats.
Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Clarkston, Clawson, Commerce Twp., Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Franklin, Highland, Holly, Lake Orion, Madison Heights, Millford, Novi, Oak Park, Ortonville, Oxford, Pontiac, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, South Lyon, Southfield, Troy, Walled lake, Wixom, West Bloomfield, Wolverine Lake, and all surrounding Oakland county areas.
Just like mice, rats are nibblers and are looking for food at any chance they can. You will typically find rats in larger cities however we have often found them in basements and attics. The roof rat (Black rat) is a little larger than a mouse is. They get the name because they are notorious for living in attics and crawlspaces way up high. They use construction gaps in your roof vents, eaves, and other roof line areas to enter your attic. They use insulation for nesting material. The Norway rat (brown rat) is commonly referred as the sewer rat. These are the rats found in the city, basements, and garages.
Squirrels are a common rodent we deal with. Our method of removal and control in years past was to set multiple traps. Then we would capture and relocate them far away. With new technology in the wildlife control industry we are able to take a more economic approach to our squirrel removal and control jobs. We can use multi-catch traps which saves on trips and money. We also have adapted the new one way squirrel doors method. We find entry points and allow the squirrel to leave, but not return to it's nesting area. Squirrels are known for nesting in peoples attics and crawl spaces. Squirrel removal is our number one service over the winter months.
(US) Rodent Infestation Problem Solver Steps: Mice, Rats, and Squirrels
Inspection: Inspection of attic, roof, pipelines, electrical lines, and vents.
Caulking and screening all potential entry points.
Installation of one way doors and traps in the attic.
Removal of one way doors and traps.
Clean up of droppings in the attic.
Results: House is rodent proofed, more efficient, all live and dead rodents are removed. More cost effective over time.
(Them) Poison in the Attic and Bait Stations: Mice, Rats, and Squirrels
Charge for inspection of home.
Apply several bags of Poison (additional charge per attic and per bait station)
Dead decaying animals through out your attic, walls, home, and yard.
Quarterly treatments which will go on on and for the life of the house. (additional charges for each visit)
Results: Dead decaying rodents in the attic, walls, house, and yard. Secondary poisoning to your cats and dogs. Smells for weeks and even months. Maggots and flies in the house.
Mice generally are found in every home at one point or another. Mice nest inside walls, attics, and other dark areas. Mice can fit through an opening 1/4" or larger. There are several areas mice will enter your house and attic. Just like most rodents, mice are good climbers. They will actually run up the side of your house, down spots, and tree limbs to enter your attic. Construction gaps around plumbing pipes, electrical lines, and window frames are gateways into your house, basement, and attic. Our best approach to eliminating your mice infestation is by the aforementioned steps above.
We have experienced several unpleasant customers in our 14 years of doing business. Mice, rats, and squirrels top the list of the worst hated rodent pest for a homeowner to have. We are definitely experienced in the rodent control business and quite frankly it might be by accident. Many bat calls we go on turn out to be mice in the attic or a combination of mice and bats. Throughout many wildlife inspections 9 out of 10 homes turn out to have mice. Homeowners or other pest control companies have tried every type of poisons there is on the market to get rid of mice. Poisoning rodents do not help your problem. The noises will stop, but the smell will start. Three months later you end up with the same rodent problem you started with. Through many years of study and common sense we have taken a very different approach to get rid of rodent problems.