You may not notice sewer rats threatening your home until they invade, settle down and flourish in your property. It’s never too late to call an exterminator! This video shows a severe sewer rat infestation suffered by a customer in Washington, where rats came up from the sewer layer to the basement looking for warmth and moisture. *** Inspection *** In the basement, there were signs that rats had excavated tunnels between smooth pad and sewer. In the crawlspace beneath the bottom floor of the property we noticed sewer rat constructed tunnel holes on and beneath the ground. These critters had pulled down insulation heating pads and used them to build nests! Around the basement washer area, gaps along the wall would provide a suitable entry point from where they could reach the upstairs kitchen. In the kitchen, entry points were found beneath the sink where the pipe came from. Rats were using the pipe as a runway to get upstairs and looked for food in the trash can. Rat droppings at the corner of soil and wall indicated a lot of rat traffic during the night. *** Treatment *** - We laid bait. But in some cases, they refused to take it - We used tracking powders to investigate their activities. Once they crawled over the powder, it would be easier for us to find missed entry points. - After several cycles of baiting and tracking we figured out all their entry points. These we sealed in the kitchen area. - We cleaned the crawlspace - Sealed entry points using concrete to stop them coming up - We recommended hiring a contractor to cover the entire basement floor with concrete. This prevents rats re-entering the house by digging holes in the ground. You’ll find more information and helpful tips on protecting your home against unwanted guests on our website: http://biotechpros.com
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