Cascade’s Inspection and Initial Treatment provides the detailed information necessary to inform you of the attributes of the rodent infestation, access points and visible damage, along with a detailed survey regarding any needed rodent exclusion work. It begins the process of rodent eradication and long-term pest protection.
is a careful search to locate small, often hidden, rodent access points in order to compile a comprehensive plan regarding needed rodent exclusion work and provide you a report & written estimate. It covers your home exterior, nearby grounds, crawlspace, attic, roofline, and any suspect interior living spaces in careful detail. Your Cascade rodent specialist is specifically qualified and experienced to perform this inspection.
Additionally, your rodent specialist also searches for: Rat and Mice Nests; Rodent Trails & Tunnels; Contaminated and soiled surfaces; Dead animal carcasses (sources of odor and flies) and Damage caused by rodent infestation. Potential damage could include: Ruined or seriously compromised insulation (compressed or shredded); Gnawed & damaged electrical wiring (fire hazard or broken circuits); Damaged roofing (gnawed access through eave or roof transitions); Damaged siding or foundation vents; Gnawed holes in exhaust ductwork, sheetrock and many other places.
Your Cascade specialist will perform an initial rodent service which includes the setting of rodent traps in strategic attic and crawlspaces locations, and set up exterior “trap stations” at structure perimeter.
This prepares the home for Cascade’s Rodent Inspect and Protect service which is either monthly or bi-monthly. An ongoing service is critical because the original condition of your greater neighborhood rodent population is still present. The previous dominant population of rodents left pheromone scent trails which attract other, new rodents, especially now that the territory-defending populations are being eliminated.