Don’t let rats or mice spread filth or damage your home.
Call Cascade Pest to Prevent Rodent Infestation at Your Residence.
1 (888) 989-8979
or… If It’s Too Late Call Us to Regain Control of your home.
Initial Inspection & Trapping – An examination of the home to determine extent of rodent presence, access points and any obvious damage. Traps set to monitor and/or reduce existing rats or mice. Call Cascade to start rat/rodent control immediately. …read more
Protective Exterior Service – Every two-month service to inspect & protect your home from rodents with tamper-resistant rodent stations placed outside the structure. This both reduces any established infestations, and—most importantly—to catch them before they reach the house attic, crawlspace or interior. Service indoors as needed and periodically check attic and crawlspaces where infestation can go unnoticed for months. Your Cascade technician also can monitor for other pests such as insects and spiders throughout the year. …read more
Damaged Insulation Remediation – Rodents often cause serious damage to insulation by compressing it or shredding it causing greatly reduced R-value and higher energy costs. Rats and mice also leave filth and contaminate areas of the structure. Have Cascade check your home today. …read more
Rat and Rodent infestations are rampant in the Greater Seattle – King, Snohomish, and Skagit county areas. Cascade has nearly 40 years experience.
This includes all suburban areas of King and Snohomish counties.
Cascade – Your Solution to Rodent Control & Prevention
Cascade’s nearly 40 years has provided us thousands of local rat-infestation challenges. This experience has honed our approach in the control of rat infestations…and the volume and wide variety of situations and local home types has built our knowledge base.
Call Now for Initial Rodent Service: 1-888-989-8979
(Includes Rodent Infestation Assessment)
Information about Cascade’s Rodent Inspect & Protect Service
About Rats, Mice and other Rodents
Rodents – especially rats – are aggressive, tenacious and secretive, and are often a community-wide problem. Rodents are not domestic animals—they are wild, desperate to gain access to shelter and food and not in the least hesitant to compete with us for resources. Even brand new homes are susceptible—sometimes even more so when subtle new construction practices leave ways for rodents to gain entry.
You need a qualified and experienced rodent specialist to assess the infestation and begin eradication measures immediately.
Rat and Rodent Control
First, have us perform our professional Initial Rodent Service. This step initiates Cascade’s “Rodent Inspect & Protect” service and provides needed information about rodent infestation, access points and visible damage.
Your Cascade technician will perform a 37-point inspection, notating and diagramming the results. Next, the tech will also perform an initial rodent service which includes the setting of rodent traps in strategic attic and crawlspaces, and set up “trap stations” at the exterior perimeter of the structure.
Cascade’s Inspect and Protect Rodent Service, on either a monthly or bi-monthly frequency, is necessary because the community-wide rodent population remains a constant threat to your home. Your Cascade pest management professional will carefully monitor the house by checking at each visit and care for the trap- or –bait stations left in place.
Rodent Exclusion is an important element of our Rodent Inspect & Protect Service. We will repair and seal up rodent access points making it tougher for rodents to gain access. See our rodent exclusion page for more information about this process.
During our service we note any conducive conditions, treat for other pests, and will also take digital images of monitoring results which are shared with you on our secure image portal. Learn more about Cascade’s Inspect & Protect Rodent service.
Survey by the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development has found the Greater Seattle area to rank highest rat population in U.S.* This includes all urban and most suburban areas of King and Snohomish counties.
*Source: The American Housing Survey (AHS), a comprehensive, statistical survey conducted every two years by the U.S. Census Bureau and funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Rats and Mice – Serious Threats to our Well Being
Call us today and allow us to protect your home or property from pests!