Rat Removal
Woodstock, Ga

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Homes, offices, warehouses, and other businesses can all be negatively affected by rats. They typically enter these places looking for food, shelter, and water. They're very adept at creating small spaces to call home just out of reach of your eye line. You'll typically find these rats in your attic or basement in Woodstock, Georgia. When you find signs of this pest, it's a great idea to consider calling an exterminator who can create a pest removal and trapping plan.

If you have rats at your home, office, or business, it's likely that your property is susceptible to more rodent infestations. Entry points can be easily identified by our trained rat inspector. It may surprise many to find out that rats can actually enter points in your building that are as small as a quarter in size. Our professional Woodstock exterminator will take the time to create an effective treatment and prevention plan. They'll seal gaps along the foundation, exterior of the building and your roofline.


It's important that you don't put rat infestation in your exclusion pile from your priority tasks. Taking care of this rat infestation early is the key to avoiding issues like fleas, mites, lice, and ticks that mice can bring along with them. In order for you to understand what you can expect from our Woodstock, Georgia exterminator, we're going to go through our entire treatment process below.

Rodent Inspection

During this first step, our exterminator will look for the ten signs of physical damage from rodents. These include all of the following:

  • Droppings
  • Tracks
  • Burrows
  • Runways
  • Gnawing Damage
  • Grease Marks
  • Rodent Odors
  • Rodent Sounds
  • Dead Or Live Rodents
  • Urine Stains

Droppings tend to be the most common form of identification. During active infestations, the rodents will be regularly defecating in the structure. This is one of the key indications that you'll likely find when you first think you may have a rodent infestation. This inspection will be throughout the entire structure, including the attic and basement.

Rodent Exclusion

When it comes to indoor rat control, the preferred method is trapping the rats. This way they can be safely removed from the structure without causing any sort of excess issues in the building. Snap traps are the most commonly used type of trapping equipment for rodent exclusion. This type of trapping equipment can be made of wood, plastic, or metal. It has a snap hinge that is powerful enough to kill the rodent on activation. You'll notice a bait on this piece of trapping equipment that will lure the rat into the trap. These traps will be placed in areas like the attic or basement where active rat activity is taking place.

Population Reduction

Throughout the exclusion process, the removal of rats will happen from your Woodstock building or home. The exterminator will work to seal off any entry points around the property. This will work to prevent any future rat infestations from happening. By reducing the population through the various methods of exclusion and preventing the structure from future infestations, you'll be well on your way to the removal of your rat problem.

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Before you can take care of the entire removal of rats in your structure, it helps to understand just how they operate. When you know what their habits are, you'll be more capable of understanding a removal plan that will work effectively. Rats can adapt very well to almost any environment.

There are two main types of rats that you can expect to deal with. These include the Norway rat and the Roof Rat. A Norway rat is more specific to inhibit ground burrows and sewers. The roof rat is very effective at climbing trees and other aerial sites to get into the attic. By understanding the type of rat you're dealing with due to its habits, you can better prepare a removal treatment.

In most cases, you're going to be hiring a professional to handle the removal treatment of the rat infestation. While the pest company will be able to supply you with an effective removal treatment plan, you still should have some basic knowledge on the subject. This will help you to better understand their approach and how it will effectively work for your space.