Rodent Control in Maryland
Rats, mice, raccoons, squirrels, groundhogs, possums, and everything else in-between. They all have their place in the world, but in your home or on your lawn isn’t one of them. Triangle Home Services is ready to help you eliminate or relocate rodents and wildlife on your property with our pest control services.
With more than three decades of experience, our team is skilled when it comes to wildlife removal and rodent control in Maryland. We understand the threat these animals can cause to your property as well as your health and remove them in the best way possible for you. Don’t put yourself and your family in danger by letting rodents and wildlife take over your property.
Rodent Control for Infestations
Mice, rats, and other rodents are resourceful creatures that can end up calling your house their home. These rodents can end up causing you a lot of problems when they do that, however. A rodent infestation brings with it the potential to spread serious diseases, including Lyme disease, salmonella, hantavirus, rickettsialpox, and leptospirosis, as well as secondary infestations, such as ticks, mites, fleas, and even snakes. They also tear apart wires, insulation, wood, and other parts of your home to make paths and to create their nests.
Think you have just a small rodent problem an amateur can handle? Think again. Mice are very social and often stick together. Usually they come in litters of seven and each baby in that litter has another seven pups after about five weeks from birth. That means they are able to multiply very quickly in small areas of your home, including your attic or crawl space.
Rodent control, when handled by our professionals, helps to stop this infestation from getting any further out of hand. We use bait stations, mechanical traps, pheromone and enzyme treatments, and perimeter treatments to remove your infestation as well as to stop secondary infestations from beginning. It can take 10-12 treatments to successfully eliminate your rodent infestation with our technician reapplying the treatment monthly.
Once the rodent infestation is successfully eliminated, our team will provide you with a decontamination process to help you restore your property. This includes removing all contaminated insulation, nesting areas, feces, and urine, sealing all visible entry points, fixing minor damage to any wires, installing R-49 blown insulation, enzyme and pheromone treatments, and one year of monthly pest control.
Contact us to learn more about all of the different types of rodents our company can help you remove. Our rodent control services are available to customers located throughout the communities of Frederick County, Montgomery County, Howard County, Carroll County, and Baltimore County, Maryland, as well as the surrounding areas.