Fayetteville Rodent Exterminator

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Welcome! Fayetteville Rodent Exterminator is a full-service rodent control company specializing in the permanent removal of mice and rats in Fayetteville, NC. Whether you have a problem with mice in your attic, rats in your walls, or rodents scratching in your house, we can solve it! The key to PERMANENT rodent control lies in our inspection and preventative work - we seal the rats and mice out of your house forever, and we trap and remove them. We do not use poison! We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 100% Permanent Rodent Eradication
  • House, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative Rodent Exclusion Repairs
  • Rodent Droppings Cleanup in Attic
  • Outdoor Rodent Population Abatement
  • Poison-free Rat and Mouse Extermination
  • Porch, Deck, or Shed Exclusion Barriers
  • Dead Rodent Removal - Walls or Attic

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rodent trapping Fayetteville's Best Rodent Removal: Rats are highly invasive and destructive critters. If you notice a rat infestation, professional help is the best way to go. We offer the professional help you need to get rats out of your property. We identify the extent of the problem and apply the most efficient method in getting rid of the critters. Our team of technicians is licensed and insured to work on your property. They have also worked on a wide range of projects and understand handling all kinds of rat infestation issues. As destructive and invasive pests, rats are not fun to have around. They apply the tiniest loopholes to get into your property and find ways to settle in. Since rats eat basically everything, they are bound to destroy a lot in a very short time. They can even create short circuits that can cause fires. We are ready to help you as soon as you reach out to us. All measures we apply are humane and legal. We only apply measures and methods that have been approved by the local and federal regulatory bodies. Only trusted experts can completely deal with a rat infestation problem. We are a team of trusted experts that work on all kinds of properties and different scales of projects. We offer the highest level of professionalism and adhere to the highest standards in all operations. Getting rats out of your property requires a detailed plan, affected by professionals. We create removal plans specific to every project. We remove the critters and repair all the damage they cause during the infestation. Our rat removal company is made up of a team of experts ready to keep your home pest-free.

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Fayetteville pest control

We North Carolina's top experts in rodent control. We are not a typical Fayetteville rat removal or pest control company. We don't treat rats or mice like insects, because they are not - they are mammals! You can't just use poison to get rid of them, like you can with insects. Unlike most Fayetteville pest control, we focus on complete and permanent solutions. We don't just use poison every month. We solve your rodent problem forever, by following these steps:

  • Inspect the entire house, ground to roof, and the attic
  • Seal shut all entry areas, no matter how small, with steel
  • Set a dozen or more rat or mouse traps in the house and attic
  • Remove all rodents as they are caught and monitor for activity
  • Once there is no more activity and no more caught, we're done
  • When necessary, we clean rodent droppings, replace insulation, and repair chewed electric wires

Fayetteville Rodent Removal Tip:

Norway Rat's Biology
When you first hear about the Norway rat, you tend to assume it's some rather exotic sort of rodent that can only be encountered in cold weathers, and probably wears a Viking hat. Well, what if I told you that the Norway rat may be closer than you think? In fact, a little too close for comfort.

The Norway rat, also known as the brown rat or the sewer rat is one of the most common types of rodents you will encounter across the United States (as well as in much of the rest of the world). In fact, the image you think of when you think of a rat is very likely to be of a Norway rat. So let's talk a bit about what they look like and how you might go about recognizing them.

Characteristics of the Norway rat
The Norway rat is one of the largest rats out there, which makes things even worse for homeowners worried about an invasion. As the name suggests, the brown rat is indeed brown in color (though it can also be gray sometimes), with the underbelly usually lighter, in varying shades of beige and light brown. Its fur is generally coarse.

What does the Norway rat weigh? How big of a rodent is it?
rodent trapping Brown rats are fairly big, chunky fellows. The Norway rat's head and body usually measure anything from 6 to 11 inches (or 15 to 28 cm, in metric), which is a pretty scary size for an unknown and fast rodent, especially when it's scuttling towards you. And that's not counting the tail! The Norway rat's tail measures a further 4 to 9 inches (or 10 to 24 cm), which makes it slightly smaller than the body itself. But considering that together, they measure around 20 inches (or a whopping half a meter), the brown rat is nothing to sneeze at.

The Norway rat is also quite heavy, with the average adult rat weighing anything from 5 to 17 ounces (or 150 to 500 grams - that's half a kilo!), and in some exceptional cases, even going as high as 35 ounces (a whopping 1,000 grams!). 

Being as it is quite long and heavy, it's no wonder why most people are so afraid of the Norway rat, nor is it difficult to see how it has survived for so long. Fun fact, did you know that the Norway rat is at present the most widespread type of rat both in the United States and in most parts of Europe?

What does it eat?
Like many rats, the Norway rat is an omnivore, eating anything and everything it finds along its path. While some studies claim that Norway rats are particular to cereal and grain, that won't stop this brown rodent from consuming bits of meat, fruit, and even smaller creatures. This wide range in taste may also account for the fact that wherever humans live, brown rats also live. 

How do we differentiate the Norway rat from the black rat?
The black rat is another very common type of rodent, often found around farms as well as various urban areas. Because of their names, most people think it's just a matter of color, but since the brown (or Norway) rat can easily be gray, and the black rat can easily be brown, that doesn't really work.

A much better way to tell the difference between the two is to look at their size. The Norway rat will usually be much larger than the black rat, if not in body length per se, then definitely in weight. 

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