Manchester Rodent Exterminator

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Welcome! Manchester Rodent Exterminator is a full-service rodent control company specializing in the permanent removal of mice and rats in Manchester, NH. Whether you have a problem with mice in your attic, rats in your walls, or rodents scratching in your house, we can solve it! The key to PERMANENT rodent control lies in our inspection and preventative work - we seal the rats and mice out of your house forever, and we trap and remove them. We do not use poison! We answer our phone 24/7, and can schedule a same-day or next day appointment. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 100% Permanent Rodent Eradication
  • House, Roof, and Attic Inspections
  • Preventative Rodent Exclusion Repairs
  • Rodent Droppings Cleanup in Attic
  • Outdoor Rodent Population Abatement
  • Poison-free Rat and Mouse Extermination
  • Porch, Deck, or Shed Exclusion Barriers
  • Dead Rodent Removal - Walls or Attic

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rodent trapping Manchester's Best Rodent Removal: Rat removal services have taken a whole new turn and as a company, providing quality services is our basic objective. If you are looking for a rat removal company that will offer services that will exceed your expectations, then you need to look no further. Our company right here has all that you might need to make that happen. To ensure that you feel secure while our rat removal agents are at your home to help remove the rats in your home, we usually carry out a background check on all of our employees before hiring them and making them a part of our team. Being a company that knows the value of good customer service, we usually offer a free phone consultation to our clients who need to make some inquiries on our services or want to ask some questions on how to keep their homes free from rats. This service is a clear indication that we care more about helping homeowners find a solution to their rat problems than the monetary gains that we are to gain. Our rat exterminators don't just choose any random rat removal methods to get rid of the rats in your home or property. We take our time to inspect your home and then customize a plan to get rid of the rats. With this in place, our professionals will not miss anything out. We pay attention to details and do everything possible to make sure you are satisfied with our services. Lastly, we also have a money-back guarantee in place, should in case you are not satisfied with our services. But we strongly doubt if that can ever happen.

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Manchester pest control

We New Hampshire's top experts in rodent control. We are not a typical Manchester rat removal or pest control company. We don't treat rats or mice like insects, because they are not - they are mammals! You can't just use poison to get rid of them, like you can with insects. Unlike most Manchester pest control, we focus on complete and permanent solutions. We don't just use poison every month. We solve your rodent problem forever, by following these steps:

  • Inspect the entire house, ground to roof, and the attic
  • Seal shut all entry areas, no matter how small, with steel
  • Set a dozen or more rat or mouse traps in the house and attic
  • Remove all rodents as they are caught and monitor for activity
  • Once there is no more activity and no more caught, we're done
  • When necessary, we clean rodent droppings, replace insulation, and repair chewed electric wires

Manchester Rodent Removal Tip:

What to do with a rat after it is caught
So you've finally caught the rat, and you don't know what to do with it. Perhaps you like animals and wouldn't want to treat the animal inhumanely, or you eliminated the rat and would want to dispose of it properly. Here's what you should consider after catching a rat.

If you used a live trap and have no intention of killing the rat, you should know that the rat has a very low chance of surviving if you release it into another habitat or environment that is different from its former environment. This is because once a rat is used to a particular environment, it would be difficult for them to survive in another environment. Also, they might not be used to the environment that they are released in and would probably be eaten by predators. It would also be hard for the rat to locate a food source in its new environment, and the rat might not be able to keep up with the competition.

If the rat is dead, spray the rat with disinfectant or a mixture of bleach and water to kill most of the germs on it.

Put the dead rat in a plastic bag. Any material or object soiled by the rat should be placed in the bag too, including the trap (it is not compulsory to throw the trap away; you can clean and disinfect the trap for reuse).

Securely close the lid of the bag while ensuring that the extra air in the bag does not escape. The extra air contains bacteria, viruses, and germs that the rat possesses. Double the bag by placing the sealed bag in another bag, seal it securely and throw the bag in the trash can.

Wash your hands while still wearing the gloves with soap and water, or apply disinfectant on them. Throw the used and disinfected gloves into the trash can containing the carcass. 

Wash your hands after removing the gloves with soap and water.

rodent trapping What if you used a humane trap and want to release the rat? You should be careful while handling it. Handle the rat in a way that it won't pose any threat to your health and those around you. Avoid getting bitten by the rat, and always wear hand gloves when handling it.

Also, you should avoid coming in contact with the excrements of the rat like its feces and urine. This can cause the spread of different diseases, including viruses and fevers. 

Transport the trap at least two miles away from your home. Place a barrier between you and the rat to prevent it from running towards your direction upon release and turn the trap in a way that will let the rat escape without coming towards you. Clean the trap and keep it in a safe place for future use. Disinfect every part of your house.

If you caught the rat with a glue trap, put the trap in a container or box and transport it at least two miles away from your house.

To prevent the rat from running towards you during the release, place a barrier between you and the trap. 

Pour vegetable oil on the rat and glue tray so that the glue will no longer be sticky and the rat can escape.

Put the glue trap in a plastic bag, seal it, and throw it away properly. 

It is more advisable to hire professionals to do the work since it's safer and you don't have to go through the stressful processes mentioned. Always inspect your home, and protect any part of your home that may serve as an opening for the rats to come into your house. Fix the crack and holes in your walls, vents, doors, windows, and fences, and always keep your home clean.

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