Bat removal projects are not easy, and not for amateurs. I have seen many horrible attempts at bat colony removal throughout the years, done both by do-it-yourself homeowners and by incompetent companies. Never hire a pest control company that uses poisons for rodent control. Not only is this incredibly destructive and illegal in New Jersey, but it results in disaster for the homeowner, and does not actually solve the problem. It's very important that the removal of bats from the attic of your home is done in the correct manner, and there is only one correct way, with a live bat exclusion. This allows the bats safe exit from your home without allowing them back in again. Then we return to seal any possible entry points to prevent any further infestation. All our work is guaranteed and professionally done. Call now for more info.
Since squirrels are rodents, their front teeth are always growing, causing squirrels to constantly chew to keep their teeth sharp and at a manageable length. In nature, they chew tree bark, twigs, and other natural hard items. In your attic, they chew wiring, support beams, roof braces, and electrical fixtures. They can destroy your insulation by trampling it, pushing it down, which reduces your R-factor. Their urine and fecal matter will also collect in your insulation. They also cause damage in drywall by digging holes in the ceiling. This is usually the mother squirrel exercising her back leg muscles to prepare for birth. If you hear chewing or scratching in your attic don't hesitate to call us. The tree squirrel should not be a welcome guest in your home. Squirrel removal research has estimated that more than 40,000 incidents of house fires annually are caused by faulty electrical wiring. As such, it is the leading cause of fire-related casualties, claiming about 500 lives, with property losses estimated at over $ 500 million annually. Out of these 40,000 fires, it is believed that 40% are caused by rodents chewing on wires.
Raccoons are adorable but nasty. Though they look cute and cuddly, raccoons are related to bears and have a similar temperament — especially when cornered or around their young. If you have one living in your home, in your yard, or anywhere else on your property, contact Superb Pest Control to have the raccoon removed. They find homes in attics, chimneys, and soffits (under eaves around the perimeter of the attic). They love tearing out insulation; ripping up ductwork; chewing through wires; damaging wooden joists; tipping over garbage cans; stealing pet food and bird seed; and ripping up screens and garbage bags. These are some of the signs and rest assured, an unattended raccoon problem can have serious side effects.
Rats are often a source of food for larger predators, such as the spotted skunk, barn owl, and house cat. Unfortunately, rats are prolific breeders, which makes it difficult for predators to keep the population in check. While the rat population continues to rise, find peace of mind knowing Superb Pest Control offers the rat control treatment you need. Some rats are known to carry the bubonic plague, endemic typhus fever, rat bite fever, and a few other deadly diseases. Be sure to rat-proof your structures and garbage cans.
Mice are occasionally found in fields, though house mice prefer to build their nests in buildings. Because the species prefers to live in close proximity to humans, it's one of the most sought after critters in trapping and poisoning efforts.
Similar in size to the native deer mouse, house mice are a solid gray-brown color above and below. Unlike the deer mouse, the tail isn't covered in fur. In fact, it's scaly like that of the Norway rat. House mice eat almost anything, and they breed year-round. They can have as many as a dozen litters of five or six each, and the young can breed at six weeks, thus adding to an infestation. Instead of letting your home fall victim to an infestation, turn to our pest control company. We offer the efficient mice control services you need to eliminate the pests once and for all.