Biology

Rats are nocturnal and prefer to hide from humans. Their common hiding areas are the storeroom, kitchen, backyard, garden, monsoon drain and nearby dumpsite. Your home may be infested with rats if you found the following telltale signs:

  1. Rat droppings

  2. Rat scratching and gnawing sound

  3. Smudge marks on wall or piping

  4. Gnaw marks on wood, plastic or food

  5. Rat urine or faeces smell

Rodents are one of the most feared and hated pests. They are disease-carrying pests, which can live and breed in highly unhygienic conditions e.g sewers and garbage dumps. They are threats to our health by the contamination of food, and utensils that they can move across through their urine. 

Hazards

Rats can spread diseases and cause serious property damage once inside.

The accumulation of faeces from mice and rats can spread bacteria, contaminate food sources and trigger allergic reactions in humans. Once the faecal matter becomes dry, it can be hazardous to those who breathe it in. Moreover, rodent droppings can spread diseases and viruses, including the most dangerous Leptospirosis disease.

Treatment

  • Proper Inspection

  • Rat Baiting Treatment

      (Registered Rat Bait  - Safe & Effective)

  • Rat Trapping with special attractants

      (Non-poison products - Safe & Effective)

  • Cleanliness and Hygiene must be maintained

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