Rodents & Rodent Control
For more than 30 years, Vineyard Valley Pest Control has been providing exceptional rodent control services to residents in Temecula & Murrieta, CA. We offer a wide range of services for rodent control. One of our exterminators will inspect your home, tailoring a precise plan to eliminate pests and provide recommendations to keep rodents from re-entering your home.
Our Rodent Solutions
Rats and mice can get indoors, damaging your property, contaminating your food, and transmitting disease. The reason they come into your home is to have access to food, water and shelter. Vineyard Valley Pest Control offers complete rodent control services to eliminate these pests from your home or business.
Exclusion – Rodent-proofing your home or business is a vital part of a complete rodent control program. Our technicians are experienced in locating and sealing openings which may serve as entry points for rodents. We only use quality materials that have been proven to stand the test of time.
Trapping – After the exclusion work has been completed, traps are placed in safe locations to remove any rodents that are currently living in your home or business.
Note – This exclusion service is a one-time fee that is agreed upon before the work begins, and covers the cost of the inspection, repairs, materials, and subsequent visits to empty and reset the traps.
Outdoor Bait Stations
If rodents are living in your yard or grounds, but are not inside your home, bait stations may be a good choice to reduce the rodent population around your property.
Note – Our bait stations are tamper-resistant devices that securely hold rodent bait inside so your pets and/or children don’t have access to it. After inspecting the property, our technician will recommend and provide the appropriate number of bait stations needed. For an additional fee, periodic return visits to inspect and replenish the bait can be scheduled. This fee is based upon the number of bait stations required for your particular property.
Why not indoor bait stations?
Baits are a poor choice to control rodents in your attic (or any part of the structure) because you cannot control where the rodents will die. If they die in an attic or wall, you will experience a foul odor while the rodent bodies decompose.