Rodent & Wildlife Removal and Exclusions

Rodent & Wildlife Removal and Exclusions Austin, TX

Absolute Pest Management will send a trained professional out to the property to identify, inspect and give you a free estimate for treatment. The Enclosure portion of our Rodent Service is to:

Exterior / Perimeter:

  • Identify rodent and rodent damage
  • Inspect conditions conducive to rodents
  • Seal/Close entry and exit points
  • Install traps or Live cage trap
  • Soffit and Eave areas
  • Return and remove traps
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  • Also one-time trappings are available
  • Odor Control

There’s significantly more effective rodent management than replenishing bait in stations or checking traps. Nevertheless, broadly stated, running stations is the norm. Despite the obvious importance or rodent control to a facility, cost pressure shapes and often limits, the actual service performed. Time is money, and when there is a money constraint, there is also a time constraints.

The conventional approach to rodent control involves setting up multiple lines of defense that often include bait stations along the perimeter (fence line) of the property, bait stations along exterior perimeter of the structures and stations (usually traps) indoors.

Rodent Removal Preparations

Rodent & Wildlife Removal and Exclusions programs is customized by Absolute Pest Management to meet the specific needs of each customer, based on inspection results. The following service guidelines illustrated typical preparation of a quality rodent control program.

1.Diagram the building exterior perimeter, indicating station locations, key points of service, and notes on rodent activity. Maintain the diagram as part of the service log.

2. Implement exclusion measure to seal off rodent access points.

3. Take action, and work with customer, to limit resources available to sustain a rodent population (i.e. sanitation and harborage reduction).

4. Install rodent control stations, based on inspection results, rodent activity level, rodent history and the target species.

5. Institute an ongoing inspection and service plan for exterior areas, including the structure, stations and surrounding grounds, with special attention to rodent-conducive areas. Typical service interval is a minimum of every 2 weeks for heavy pressure or sensitive accounts, or a minimum of monthly for low pressure, less sensitive accounts.

6. Service verification should be marked inside stations on service cards or recorded by scanning barcode. Make sure station is clean, bait is fresh, and traps are in good working condition each visit.

7. Record observations of activity in stations and elsewhere. Use this information as a part of the ongoing inspection process to help determine additional actions.