Rodent control

Rodents Control

Since time immemorial, rodents like rats and mice have been known to cause some deadly plagues and diseases. Equipped with large teeth, they are capable of transmitting a variety of bacteria and viruses through their saliva, feces and urine. They are known to cause around 37 types of disease worldwide. The diseases caused by these rodents are life- threatening and communicable in nature. In addition to this, rodents also contaminate food thus making it unhygienic to consume. Their teeth are specialized for gnawing and chewing. They can feed on variety of things around them like furniture, wardrobes, cloth and can cause huge damage to your house or office.

Rodents are warm blooded creatures and tend to be rapid breeders. Their body shape enables them to squeeze through spaces that are very small for them. If you spot a rodent in your house or office, it is highly recommended to put in place the various methods of controlling them like trapping. However, if this thing goes un-noticed, they can multiply in armies and then controlling them would become very difficult. 

several techniques of controlling rats and mice are adapted to obtain an optimum solution for rodent infestation by applying Baiting with state-of-Art anticoagulant rodenticides in different forms: pellets, cereals, soft bait and wax blocks placed in protective tamper proof and marked bait stations. Integrated Trapping with modern devices and tools. Rodent Repellent like ultra sonic sound devices are used when the infestation is so high
Al Rasa provides the effective rodent control services in emirates like Dubai and Sharjah and addresses this problem at any level of infestation.

Did You Know Facts

Rats' front teeth grow 4½ to 5½ inches every year. They wear them down by continuously gnawing anything available to them, including cement, brick, wood, lead pipes, and even on other small animals.

All inhabited buildings, food processing and preparation areas, filth and garbage disposals, sewer lines and tunnels, cables and electric cabling tunnels, paper and wood manufacturing and storage areas, . . . etc.



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