Critter Control has Rhode Island offices in Greater Rhode Island
Getting rid of roof rats in your Rhode Island home can be challenging. Fortunately, the professionals at Critter Control are experts in getting rid of roof rats and can do so through effective methods of roof rat removal.
Roof rats breed all year long and are constantly looking for new places to take up shelter. Because of this, roof rats in Rhode Island homes remains a persistent problem. Roof rats are most commonly found living inside attics and wall voids.
Roof rats are most commonly heard, not seen. Roof rats make noises like scratching, chewing, running and shuffling that can be heard in the walls or from up above in the attic.
When roof rats invade Rhode Island homes, the damage they cause can be endless. Roof rats leave trails of droppings and urine stains throughout the home. They also chew on wires and sometimes plastic water lines. It is not uncommon to find roof damage from roof rats on Rhode Island homes as well. Outside of the home, roof rats have been known to destroy fruits by hollowing them out – one telltale sign of a roof rat problem.
Critter Control has Rhode Island professionals who are expertly trained in identifying roof rat problems and getting rid of roof rats. If you think you have a roof rat problem, one of our experts will come to your home and perform a thorough inspection. If root rats have moved into your Rhode Island home, we will trap and remove the roof rats. Critter Control will then seal all possible entry points into the home to prevent future roof rats from invading. Long-term control for roof rats is highly recommended.
If you need assistance with getting rid of roof rats in your Rhode Island home, or are in need of roof rat trapping services, contact a Rhode Island Critter Control professional for effective roof rat removal services.
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