Rodents. Even the word is worth a shiver or two. They have taken the star parts in many a horror movie, with a zoom in on their long teeth while the haunting music plays louder and louder. It's all ominous.
Parasite-laden rodents are very fond of nestling up in your NJ attic or walls, especially in the cold winter months. Hosts for parasite-ridden fleas and ticks, rodents also spread diseases such as swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease, Leptospira, Toxoplasma Gondi, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS), and Campylobacter through their droppings. Even the dust in the air can come in contact with their droppings and go on to spread diseases.
And it's not just the rats' disease-ridden bodies you need to care about; it's the number of babies one rodent can have: 15 - 144 per year! They destroy your property, and they need rodent extermination NOW!
You need an NJ rodent exterminator if you see or hear:
The rodent population has been growing globally at a crazy rate, and it is highly unusual to find any city that does not have a rodent problem. Some have been more committed than others at making sure their rodent populations are controlled, but it's next to impossible given their insane reproduction rates.
You can take the DIY route and try to eliminate your rodents with traps, spring traps, and poison.
Alternatively, you can call us - your NJ rodent control experts - and we can take care of everything for you.
We have years of experience doing this kind of pest control, and our certified rodent extermination experts are ready for your call.
First we bait and trap rodents in the rodent-occupied areas of your home to exterminate the current population.
Once that's done, we focus our attention on preventative measures - we place more traps around your home, seal off entry points and
give you tips on how to discourage the rodents' return. We believe MiteBuster's integrated rodent extermination in
New Jersey is the most efficient and cost-effective method you'll find.
MiteBuster's NJ rodent exterminators know how to stop these pests from claiming your home as theirs.