Even the best rodent control products may not work if you don’t understand the habits of the rodents that invade your home or business. That’s why we like to start with a rodent inspection and learn what attracted the mice and rats.
Through our experience, we have the keys to sucessful rodent removal and trapping. Eliminating their entry points and sealing food in airtight containers is a great first step. The CDC coined the phrase “Seal Up. Trap Up. Clean Up.”
And don’t forget the pet the food!
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Examining the droppings left behind by your uninvited guests may not sound appealing, but doing so can tell you a lot about what you’re dealing with.
Mice are smaller than rats and excrete poop that is small like rice. It is smooth and pointed on both ends. Most often the mouse poop measures between 1/8 and 1/4 of an inch. Various sizes often is a sign of a larger population with multiple generations.
Due to their increased size, rats produce larger droppings that are usually brown instead of black and not as smooth. Rats also produce a larger quantity of droppings in a day. Both vermin poop near the food source that drew them to the area.
Rats can be a very common concern in the Northwest. Proximity to rural areas coupled with a relaxed demeanor can combine to invite an infestation. Don’t be embarrassed. It happens more than you probably think.
Mice can be difficult to eradicate from your home once they are established. Even the best traps and products can fail without expert knowledge. Let us help you find their entry points and make a plan to remove them and keep them gone for good.
Even though they are outside, they can still be persistent and irritating. Moles are very common to our area and active year round. Ask about our family and pest friendly strategies to remove your unwanted guests.
In the SE Portland Rodent Control Industry
With OIRC, you can expect a job done right with well laid traps, bait, and sprays. Our mission is to rid our clients of these pesky critters, not draw them into extended services and contracts by cutting corners. We only use brand-name products, and we use them according to their specifications for maximum effectiveness.
Have you ever felt like you were being lured into unnecessary, extended contracts with other big name rodent control companies? Experiencing that firsthand is why Oregon Insect and Rodent Control exists today.
We operate with transparency to help assure you of our trustworthiness, and we only offer products and services that we are confident with help in your situation.
It’s important to the experts at OIRC that we do more than lay bait and leave. We will help you to prevent rodent problems from reoccurring or even help you to handle your rodent problem on your own, even if it means we won’t be able to charge as much.
Integrated pest management (IPM) relies on Education. We can help you achieve better results in a more environmentally friendly way.
We live and work in Oregon and have no national corporate protocol to inhibit our doing what’s right for the place in which we live. We know we’ll be passing this environment down to our kids and we want to set them up for success.
Our policy is to deal with your rodent control problem using minimal chemicals, applied strategically for the best results.
Building relationships with our clients as we help solve their rodent control problems is our favorite thing about this business Our goal is to establish long-term relationships of trust, not get clients to open their wallets out of desperation..
We are happy to provide quarterly or bi-annual services for those who experience regular invasions or want to prevent an incursion before it happens.
With nearly two decades of experience operating as an independent SE Portland rodent control company, we’ve seen it all and know the products and methods to apply to effectively and quickly manage your rodent problems.