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Animals In The Attic
 
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Animals move into attics for the safety of being isolated from predators for themselves and their litter.  Making a home in a warm dry location is also a factor.  Most animals that enter a house attic are females with their young.

The most common animals to get into attics are rodents.  Rats, mice, and squirrels can take advantage of tiny openings to find their way in.  Larger animals like raccoons, opossums, and feral cats also enter attics, but these are rarer situations.  Bats in the attic is also a fairly common problem in Orlando, Tampa, and Sarasota.

 

rats in attic logo Rats in the Attic     Rats climb trees and telephone wires to reach rooftops. Every neighborhood in Central Florida has rats although they are rarely seen. From time to time, rats will find their way to the attic of a home. The attic becomes their warm and safe breeding grounds.  When someone calls us hearing an animal in the attic, its usually rat, even the nicest, cleanest parts of town.
raccoons animal in attic pic Getting Raccoons and Other Large Animals In Attic Out      Mother raccoons find the safest possible location to birth and raise their litter.  Baby raccoons are completely vulnerable and need protection.  Mother raccoons frequently find and enter attics to shield their young.  Learn how to find the litter in the attic and how to use the litter to catch the mother.
animals inside attic pic Bats In The Attic     Bat removal is performed through exclusion. Bats are not exterminated or even trapped in this removal process. A one-way system is setup allowing Florida bats to leave the building but not return. .
FL squirrel aniamls in attic pic How To Remove Squirrels From Attic     Squirrels entering the attic is probably the most common nuisance wildlife problem nationwide.  Most commonly, the problem isn't recognized until the mother squirrel's litter begins running around and also making noise in the attic.  Squirrels, like rats and other rodents, constantly have to chew. The potential for damage to electrical wires, air ducts, and plumbing is substantial.  Follow this page to learn the best methods to remove squirrels from the home attic.
possums in Orlando attic Removing opossum from attic     Opossum enter attics for safety and warmth. The attic is an isolated and warm place to hole up during the day.  Baby opossums cling to the mother for the first several weeks of their lives.  It is best to catch the family together at this stage.  Baby opossum once separated from the mother are unpredictable in their movements.  Baby animals in the attic are difficult to remove when they are mobile.



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Rodent management, control, and elimination begins with a thorough inspection of the structure, building, or property needing such attention. Identifying your rodent "target" is an important step in deciding what procedure in control must be taken. Our inspection consists of a meticulous overview of the entire property.
Rats, cunning as they are sneaky, will find their way into your home at one time or another. Preventive maintenance although very important, is far from everyone's mind. To many people, the solution is off the shelf products, poisons, and baits. Unless administered properly, these can endanger non target pests, and cause more trouble than they are worth. When dealing with poisons or chemicals let the professionals handle it for best results. Rats are underestimated by most people; they are insect disease infested rodents and should be maintained under control. When left unattended they will turn your home into an insect, urine, feces, and disease breeding ground. Urine and feces infested attics can pose a great health threat to you and your family.
Rat proofing a home is the first step in exclusion. To do a proper job you must go where the rat goes, identify the main and all possible entry points. This begins with the Inspection. A thorough outside inspection must be performed to find all exterior entry points. Not all entries are seen from outside. One must go inside attics or crawl spaces to find the most important entries. These interior entries are often missed by most inexperienced technicians and even experienced technicians as well. Once the rodent has been removed and the area proofed

The first thing we do is find and identify the invading pests, we search from top to bottom leaving no area untouched, all the while taking care not to damage or disturb your home. Nothing is overlooked. There is nowhere to hide once we are on the job. Following the inspection you are presented with an estimate.  If needed, you'll receive a comprehensive, written report listing all detected problems and the recommended treatment. We will explain the report thoroughly and answer any questions you may have regarding the report. We are confident in our abilities to serve you in a fast, efficient, and professional manner.

 

How To Remove Animals In The Attic

Here at Orlando Pest control we are an environmentally caring company. We do not harm any animals such as raccoons, Bats, Pigeons, opossums or other types of animal pests. We use professional traps with a self triggered mechanism that captures the Animal. Once captured all animals are safely released into the wilderness away from homes. All cages contain food and water for the animal and the technicians check up on traps but the customer must call Orlando as soon as they spot an animal in the cage. It may be several hours before the animal is released which is why it is important for the customer to report to Orlando so the animal may be released quickly. Sometimes the traps may trap untargeted animals such as cats or small pets, in such a case please inform us.

Our entire rat proofing is preceded by the trapping of all rats sealed inside your attic, crawl space or home and removal of them once caught. Rat trapping isn't simply setting traps down. Positioning of traps is vital for a success in winning this battle. Being sure traps are set in the rat's path and in the direction of travel. Identifying the direction of the path of travel is important and often only identifiable by a trained technician. When baiting the snap traps be sure not to contaminate bait with human scent. Doing so might render the snap trap useless. Rats are cautious when the scent of humans is near and if contaminated they might not approach it. When removing dead rats be cautious, wear appropriate intact rubber or plastic gloves. As it is well documented that rats carry many infectious diseases: Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS), Maurine typhus, Rat-bite fever (RBF) Leptospirosis.

 

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