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Rats tend to strike fear in many people. It may be their looks or that they have been associated with less cleanly situations. In either case, while Rats can look intimidating to some, they most times just want to be left alone.
Rats can range in size from six inches to a foot in size, depending on the type of rat you encounter. Rats tend to be misindenitifed at times with other vermin such as Mice or Voles, but Rats tails are long and hairless which give them a distinct look. You will most likely see Rats in the wild with fur shades ranging from Brown to Black.
If you are noticing droppings or even wood being gnawed at, along with also seeing a Rat, you may have a Rat infestation.
Your quiet home may be the next spot for a Rat nest. You may also have garbage or other food items that are also enticing to Rats. Rats are usually seeking food and shelter for their basic needs to eat, sleep, and breed.
Rats also gnaw on wood to keep their teeth down, so your wooden structures in your home or around your property may be ideal for this need.
Rats are carriers of diseases, such as salmonella, that they can contract from roaming around garbage for food. This coupled with their urine and droppings now being in and outside your home is a huge health risk for your family which can lead to sickness. Rats are also carriers of Fleas and the more Rats you may have, the more opportunities to have both a Rat infestation and Flea problem simultaneously.
Rats want basic needs but your home is no place for them. If you see signs of a Rat problem, you need to call a Rat exterminator right away to keep you and your family safe from sickness.
When your doorbell rings, you can be confident that the person Beeline Pest Control has sent to your home to take care of your control and extermination is a true professional. We carefully screen, background check, and conduct lengthy interviews with prospective employees. Beeline Pest Control technicians also undergo extensive training, both in the classroom and on the job with a mentor, before they are allowed to work on their own. You can rest easy knowing that your problem is in good hands with Beeline Pest Control.
With Beeline Pest Control you'll know who is coming.
Beeline Pest Control has proudly been providing expert pest control and bed bug control in Omaha for over 7 years. During this time we've helped over 20,000 homeowners manage and exterminate their pest problems.
Beeline Pest Control is a Omaha locally owned and operated company; we take pride in servicing the community that we live in. We value your time, so when you call we'll schedule an inspection or service time that is convenient for you.
Our technicians are thoroughly screened during our interview process. We only hire professionals we would want to service our own homes. We background check and drug test all employees and make new hires go through extensive training both in the classroom and on the job before they can service a home or business alone. We also believe in and practice continuing education, ensuring our technicians are always providing the best service possible. You can rest easy knowing that when your door bell rings Beeline Pest Control has sent a true professional to resolve your Omaha pest issue.
Beeline Pest Control provides a zero obligation free inspection and estimate in Omaha. Our technicians will take the time and care to thoroughly explain the treatment options best suited for your particular problem. Our professional service is convenient as well as effective.
We conduct a thorough home inspection. We will identify the source of your pest problem.
We put together a plan that best fits your home in order to eliminate and protect against pest.
We exterminate your pest problem.