Pecopp Rodent Control Treatment
PECOPP’s Rodent Control
PECOPP provides the best rodent pest control service through a quick, safe, effective, and stress-free solution. We rely on advanced rodent-proofing, trapping, and baiting treatments to manage rodents at your home.
How can PECOPP help you in rodent control?
At PECOPP, we rely on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in rodent control, as we do for dealing with all pests. We inspect and study rodents at your premises systematically to control them effectively. Our trained technicians use the latest and most effective methods for rodent control.
PECOPP rodent control:
We use a two-step rodent control process described below:
Our Baiting-based rodent control solution
Baiting is an effective way to control mice, rats, and bandicoots. Baits contain food attractive for rodents, which the manufacturers mix with a toxic rodenticide. We use a special food-based anti-coagulant rodenticide that appeals to rodents and effectively kills them. Rodents do not die immediately after feeding on bait but a few days later. Other rodents do not suspect the use of toxic bait and do not become bait-shy, leading other colony members to eat the bait.
We check and replace the rodent bait periodically to ensure that enough is available for consumption of all rodents occurring at your premises.
Our Trapping-based rodent control solution
Snap traps and glue boards are useful indoors, like at pharmaceutical and food processing units that do not allow pest control companies to use toxic baits inside their premises. We do not use baits indoors for rodents to prevent rodents from dying in inaccessible places where they are difficult to find and remove. Trapping is effective when a customer’s site has a limited rodent infestation.
An annual maintenance contract (AMC)of rodent treatment for homes has a service once every quarter and once fortnightly for commercial premises and housing societies.
What can you do to prevent rodents at your home?
Rodents are among the most widespread and disruptive pests.They may survive only for four to six months in their natural habitats outdoors but can live for one year indoors. Female rodents produce four to six litter in a lifetime.
We recommend that you do the following to keep rodents out of your home.
In 2022, PECOPP became the first Indian company to offer Denmark’s RodeXit, an All-In-One rodent proofing strip to create barriers against rodent entry at homes and businesses. RodeXit is a polymer strip with ten stainless steel wires that repel rodents from chewing the strip.
PECOPP now offers a rodent-proofing service in which its pest control technicians install RodeXit on doors, around pipes and other rodent entry points to help customers block rodent entry into their homes.
Let’s dive into more facts and trivia about rodents!
Why are rodents a threat?
Rodents eat almost everything, including seeds, grains, meat, feces, or anything readily available. Therefore, you can find rodents on all premises, from homes to factories, hospitals, offices, or any place where they can find food and shelter.
Rodents damage materials and furniture, contaminate food, and spread diseases. They may cut electric wiring, which can lead to an electrical short-circuit. In addition, they carry vectors of pet diseases such as mites, ticks, and fleas.
How can you find rodent infestation?
If you spot droppings or evidence of gnawing, grease marks, tracks of foot marks, hear scurrying sounds or squeaking in walls, smell a musky scent, find burrows, or see dead rodents, you can be sure of rodent infestation in the vicinity.
How to solve a rodent problem?
If you locate a rodent within your home, it is best to contact a pest management professional to ask them to identify and remove it. The presence of one rodent within a home could signal a widespread infestation. PECOPP provides the best pest control to tackle rodents as part of its rodent control service.
Our Pest Solutions
Frequently Asked Questions
Mice and rats are common rodents in homes. In homes with vegetation (tall trees) around, you may even find squirrels. Sometimes you may find bandicoots in ground floor homes with soil around if there is food that can sustain those rodents.
Mice are smaller, though a young rat and an adult mouse may look similar. Mice are eight to centimeters long and have tails of similar length.
Rats, on the other hand, are longer than twenty centimeters but have tails shorter than their length.
Mice droppings are pointed at their edges and are the size of rice grains, whereas rat droppings are bigger and have rounded edges.
Two common types of rodents are the sewer rat and the roof rat.
Rats spread diseases such as rat-bite fever, leptospirosis, plague, and food poisoning through droppings, urine, hair, and rat fleas. Food contamination through rat urine and droppings is a health hazard.
Rats are excellent climbers and use drainpipes, electric cables, lift shafts, etc., to reach the top floors.
Clean, seal and eliminate moisture to keep your home safe from rodents. Also, ensure that you don’t have any available food that mice and rats can access easily.
Look for rodent entry points and effectively seal those, keeping in mind that rodents are persistent and may chew or damage barriers to enter your home.
Leaky pipes and taps may attract rodents that look for water sources. Stopping leaks helps deny water to rodents and other pests.