Welcome to Pest Animal Greenville! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Greenville, SC. There are a number of factors to cover when safely and humanely removing an animal from your home, and we can cover all of them. A home inspection featuring 32 points is first carried out so we know how those pests are getting into your home, and then we remove them using humane methods. We never use poison. Once we are 100% sure the animal has been excluded from your home we will seal any holes they were gaining access through. We’ll also clean up any damage the animal may have caused (that we now you probably haven’t noticed yet). We’ll remove the threat of disease these animals often bring with them, and we’re not talking alive either. We can handle both dead or alive animals, even ones you can’t find in your home, on both residential and commercial properties. We’re fully insured and licensed to cover both, and our technicians can usually be made available to you for a same-day appointment. We are more than happy to give a rough estimate of the price over the phone, and they’re manned 24/7. We can even offer helpful and free advice over the phone if you want to defeat theist yourself. Give us a call today. Call us now at 864-640-8284 for your Greenville wildlife control needs.
About Pest Animal Greenville and Our Services:
Signs of a Greenville rat infestation that night show in your home, indicating that you may have a rat,
or multiple rats inhabited your home, show as soon as rats manage to get inside. These symptoms
include hearing strange scratching noises on your floor, walls or attic. You might also notice
chewing and scratch marks in hidden spots of your home, for example, behind large pieces of
furniture. Discovering South Carolina rat feces in your home is a definite sign that you are facing a rat
infestation. Reasons, why you need to react as fast as possible are the speed in which rats
reproduce, and the sanitary risks they carry. You also shouldn’t disregard the less likely,
yet still possible, possibility of rats acting aggressive and harming children and smaller
Trapping rats can be a tricky process, but it can go smooth if you gain enough information about proper rat trapping and pest removal in general. If you want to trap a rat effectively, you are going to have to take several well-planned steps. Determine the type and number of South Carolina rats in your home and note their moving patterns. You will use this information to purchase the right type and number of traps. After you've gathered all of the information you need to estimate the seriousness of the infestation in your Greenville home, move on to choosing the best type of trap to use. You can choose between several types of traps.
Rat traps cone in a variety of types, sizes and cost. In general, you should inform a salesperson in the store you chose to purchase your trap of type and the number of existing rats. They will help you choose the best type of a trap for you. In general, you can choose between snap traps, death traps and cage traps and exclusion funnels. Using cage traps, you will trap live rats into a cage. We don't recommend using these types of traps because trapping live rats, essentially, doesn't change the fact that the Greenville animal still needs to be put down. Exclusion funnels, on the other hand, might be effective for those homeowners who have it hard to kill a rat. Exclusion funnels consist out of wire mesh that allows a rat to get out of the house, but not to get back in.
However, the risk with using the exclusion funnels lies in rat babies that might remain in your South Carolina home in case their mother is left outside. At the end of the day, the most effective way to trap a rat is using death grip and snap traps. Death grip traps will put down a rat that takes the bait. However, these are a serious safety hazard for any other human or animal that steps on them. Finally, snap traps remain the most popular and most recommended option for trapping and killing rats. They will activate once the rat takes the bait, putting it down in a second. This way, the Greenville animal will experience the least amount of pain. Also, removing a dead rat along with the trap is a faster, easier and more sanitary alternative to other types of traps.