Rat Control & Removal ServiceBritish Columbia is home to at least 20 types of rodents. Norway rats are the most common species of rat, and are the ones most commonly found in British Columbia. Rat bodies are 7 to 9 inches long with the tail being an additional 6 to 8 inches long. Most rats weigh one-half to one pound.
Rats and other rodents can carry and transmit diseases via their feet, urine, feces, or through their bite. The average rat can produce up to 100 droppings and up to 2 teaspoons of urine in a single day. Rodents can carry ticks and fleas which also spread diseases.
Rodents cause building damage by chewing through wires, wallboard, siding, insulation, plumbing pipes, and woodwork. They will chew through storage boxes and food packages, leaving contamination and a mess.
Our team at PSI Pest Scene Investigations know what it takes to eliminate your rat infestation along with tips to ensure they stay away from your home. Contact us today, we are always happy to hear from you.