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You know you can count on Rochester Pest Pro, Inc. to take care of bedbugs, carpenter ants and other small pests, but did you know we also offer rodent extermination services? If you've noticed the signs of a rodent infestation in your home or office, get in touch with us right away to schedule a cost effective inspection. We also offer quarterly maintenance service every 3 months to our customers covering insects & rodents.

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3 facts about rodents

Dealing with a rodent infestation isn't just gross-rodents can also be a health hazard. Because of their biology and behavior, rodents can transport diseases. For example, mouse urine contains allergens that can be a major cause of asthma and sinus inflammation. Here are three more facts about rodents you should know:

  1. The average mouse produces over 100 droppings per day
  2. Small rodents can fit into a hole the size of a dime
  3. A mouse's gnawing on wiring can start a fire
  4. Rats reproduce every 19-23 days and are ready to mate again in 2 days.
  5. Rats typically have 7 litters a year. It takes little time to have a large scale rat infestation.
  6. Mice reproduce slower and typically have 2 litters a year.
  7. Rats and mice can bite up to six times a second. They have no problem with chewing into and through your AC ducting, electrical wires, TV cables or anything else in your attic or crawl space.
  8. Rats can climb walls and even swim under water to get where they want to be.

Protect your home from rodents-make an appointment with Rochester Pest Pro today. We offer fast and affordable mice extermination services based in Henrietta, NY and throughout the Greater Rochester Area.


Exterior Baiting:

  • rodents tend to gravitate to warm air currents or where food odors emerge
  • Place temper-resistant statin according to rodent pressures and history of activity: usually 15-30 feet for rats, and 8-12 feet or mice
  • Place bait or traps around all entry doors

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