Why Do I Have A Norway Rat Problem?
Also known as the brown rat, house rat, wharf rat, or sewer rat, this rodent is has a tendency to burrow in the soil along railroad embankments, river banks, garbage piles and under concrete. They are explorers and may enter homes and commercial facilities in search of food or shelter. Openings larger than 1/2 an inch act as entry points for Norway rats.
What Kind Of Threat Do Norway Rats Pose?
Norway rats gnaw objects, eat stored food and transmit disease by droppings and urine, bites and the fleas and mites in their fur.
How Do I Control Norway Rats?
Norway rats are generally not a pest most people have success in controlling on their own and the products that are purchased online or at the store may contain pesticides which can be more harmful to people and pets than they are to the rats if they are misused. Contact Holder’s Pest Solutions at the first sign of a rat problem in your home or business. Our products and techniques are highly effective in controlling rats in Houston.