Rat Control

What Can We Do For You?

The rat rarely bites you but if he bit you it can transmit diseases such as plague (Pastereulla pestis), typhoid fever, tularemia ( Pasteurella tularensis), salmonellosis and trichinosis. Their life expectancy is less than 1 year, they usually have 5 to 6 litters of 10 babies per year.

Capital Wildlife Control’s technicians have been specially trained to spot and identify entrance points of rats. These rodents can easily use cable or pipe holes to make nests, which can damage your property and create risks for your health. The strategic and systematic elimination of all rat is the least expensive and the most efficient method to solve an infestation problem. Making sure to block all possible access points is pertinent. Poisoning and trapping mice can do harm to humans and their pets. Plus, these methods don’t bring real long-term solutions and do not limit reproduction; worse, they leave dead rats in the walls and in the attics. Our elimination technique without poison is built on decades of research and proven results, making Capital Wildlife Control one of the leaders in animal wildlife control.
Capital Wildlife Control’s wildlife elimination and control strategy is reliable, sure, and humane. Our intervention includes the identification and the cleaning of all contaminated materials that can pose serious health risks. Rats are unsanitary animals that leave a lot of feces behind and can also carry hantavirus, transmit the ‘’rat bite fever’’ (a zoonosis due to Streptobacillius moniliformis), acarids, tapeworm, and even ringworm it is important to eliminate contamination by a professional because of the potential health problems that it can lead to in humans and pets. Capital Wildlife Control’s technician will help you choose the best cleaning techniques to disinfect attics or insulation, depending on the level of contamination. Return quickly to a normal life again in a safe and sane environment for your family.
  • The rat lives at night; Therefore, activity visible during the day means a major rodent infestation.
  • The rat can jump up to 1 meter in height.
  • The rat can survive a fall of more than five stages.
  • Rodents are very good climbers.
  • Each year, more than 55,000 incidents are related to rat bites.
  • Rodents contaminate 20% of the world's food reserves each year.
  • Urine or rodent feces can cause severe food poisoning
  • About 20% of fires are caused by rats.
  • Rodents contaminate 20% of the world's food reserves each year.
  • There are roughly 5 billion rats in the world.
  • It is estimated that rats are more numerous than humans in several large cities.