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Rodent Inspection and Prevention
Step 1: Schedule your pest control inspection with our NAHS office staff.
Step 2: A specially trained Field Representative will inspect the home inside and out looking for:
- Rub marks, droppings, tracks, evidence of gnawing, or other rodent signs.
- Access to heating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical services, and fire sprinklers.
- Access to utility pipes, electrical conduit (often at meters or circuit breaker panels), water and gas lines, and communication cables.
- Access to the roof via wires, pipes, plants, or rough-textured walls.
- Access via the roof joint, between the siding and decorative wood corner trim.
Step 3: Formulate a written treatment and exclusion plan and estimate.
Step 4: Complete the work with guaranteed results!