The last thing a homeowner or business owner would want inside or around their structure is a rodent infestation. Once a rodent population settles into or around a structure, it is frustrating and difficult to eradicate the population. This is partially due to the fact that it is usually difficult to eliminate all food sources. Also, rodents reproduce at an alarming rate. Because rodent infestations are difficult to manage and control, sometimes, just one type of product is insufficient to gain a complete control of the rodent infestation. Furthermore, it’s costly enough to hire a professional to get rid of rodents enough, but it can also be expensive to purchase all the necessary rodent control products separately. These circumstances have urged our technicians at Pest Mall to put together a variety of rodent control kits so that you can get the best and most effective products bundled together at a low cost.
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The rodent control kits that are provided by Pest Mall contain a variety of the necessary products that are used for rodent control.
Depending on where your infestation is concentrated or where area you want to target, you will choose a different rodent control kit. For instance, for indoor rodent control, it is best to avoid using rodenticides. This is because most of the rodent poisons that are included in the some of the kits have a delay kill effect. This gives the rodents time to wander off before they die which can lead to bad odors in the home. Therefore, many of the indoor kits that are available consist of snap traps and glue traps. If you have small children or pets, you may want to consider placing snap traps inside bait stations so that they do not snap on the hands, feet, or paws of your pets and children. For outdoor control, it is good to use stronger methods of control which will consist of snap traps as well as poison baits. Baits should be placed at least every ten feet apart. To prevent secondhand poisoning of non-target wildlife, place baits in bait stations.
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