At Cascade, we take pride in unraveling the mystery of where rodents are getting into your home. We use our extensive training in rat and mouse biology to think like a rat in order to catch a rat. Cascade's combination of rodent expertise and construction repair specialists are what you need to solve this aspect of rodent infestation.
Someplace, somewhere, there is a hole or crack or crevice that allows entry for rats or mice. Rodent control can't be effective without sealing off these gaps. This work requires tedious attention to detail because their routes are often tricky to fully locate. This is where the art and science of Cascade's rodent exclusion comes in.
Rats and mice get into your home interior, attic, or crawlspace through entry points. Because their skulls are flexible they can get through tiny openings.
Holes, gaps, and cracks can be at your roof line, in the house siding, under doors, through garage areas, around foundation vents, and even tunnels burrowed through soil under your foundation.
Cascade performs a thorough inspection to find these access points (as well as food sources, nesting sites, and rodent runways and paths). We then provide you with a detailed Rodent Exclusion Report.
Drain with screen over it to deny access to rats.
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