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Rat Exterminator Hillsborough County

Does the thought of rats running around your home or property fill you with dread? Rats can carry many diseases, and even a single rat infestation can be difficult to contain. 


Attic Pros provides Hillsborough pest control through our rat exterminator service. Providing reliable and superior quality pest management, we have quickly become the best pest control company for homeowners in the Hillsborough County area.  Also, our innovative commercial pest control services ensure that your commercial spaces can remain safe and rodent-free with minimal disruption to your day-to-day operations. 


Our use of modern, innovative solutions ensures that your home will be free of rats and other pest problems in no time. Trust our highly skilled technicians to provide a comprehensive and professional service, so you can rest easy knowing that all rodent problems are being taken care of with efficiency and expertise.

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How Rodent Control Works

Rodent control is a service that hires experienced pest control services that specialize in safely eliminating pests, rat droppings, rodent infestation, and bed bugs from homes and businesses. This type of pest control uses a variety of techniques such as baiting, trapping, spraying, dusting, or fogging to target rats, ants, termites, and cockroaches. After the initial visit by the exterminator, follow-up visits may be necessary to ensure that the pests have been eliminated from the premises.


The number of follow-up visits will depend on the severity of the infestation as well as other factors such as environmental conditions or other contributing factors that could attract more pests into the area.


Answering Common Questions About House Ants 

Ants are one of the most common pests in North America, and many types of house ants can infest a home. Odorous house ants, false honey ants, carpenter ants, pavement ants, and cornfield ants are some of the most common varieties. Learning to identify and understand how each type of ant behaves can help homeowners take the necessary steps to control an infestation. 

Odorous House Ants 

Odorous house ants often enter homes in search of food, water, and shelter. They have a strong smell when crushed and their bodies are black or dark brown. These ants typically nest outdoors but they may find their way indoors if food sources become scarce outside.

False Honey Ants 

False honey ants also go by the name “thief ants” because they often steal larvae from other ant species to feed their colonies. These small yellow-brown colored insects measure only 1/16-inch long and tend to nest around trees, stumps, or wood piles near homes.

Carpenter Ants 

These black or reddish-black colored insects construct tunnels into wood structures such as decks, siding, floors, or walls within a home. Carpenter ant infestations should be addressed as soon as possible because these pests cause structural damage when they tunnel through wood beams and joists that support a building’s weight. 

Cornfield Ants  

Unlike other varieties of house ants, these pests prefer to live outside where they build mounds made from the soil around trees, stumps, or logs near homes. Cornfield ant colonies may contain several hundred thousand workers so it is important for homeowners to deploy treatment methods quickly before an infestation becomes too large to control effectively. 

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Can Bed Bugs Be Prevented? 

Yes, bed bugs can be prevented but it is important to remember that the best way to do this is through prevention measures. There are a variety of methods available for homeowners and businesses to use to reduce the risk of having a bed bug problem. One of the most common methods involves using pest control companies to provide professional services such as inspection, identification, and treatment. 

How Do You Get Rid Of Carpenter Bees? 

Getting rid of carpenter bees requires a thorough job. The best way to do this is to locate and plug their holes with steel wool or caulk, and then paint over them. Additionally, you can hang traps baited with pheromones near the nests that will attract male carpenter bees from further away and ultimately reduce the population around your house.


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