First Response Protection Plan
Why an Inspection?
"It's The First Step"
This Treatment Plan requires an inspection to determine entry points that may be present that rodents, pests and potential wildlife may be entering into the home without you even knowing. Rats can fit into holes that are the size of a quarter, or about 0.96 inches. If a rats head can fit into a hole, the body will follow through! We also want to see if we can do any pest proofing or place permanent barriers/obstructions. This will allow us to get an understanding of what needs to be accomplished to set your home up for a successful Pest, Mosquito, and Rat Control program that will give and show you, the customer, results! Inspections are vital in every successful pest, mosquito, and wildlife service.
Take a Look
Entry Points Near Pipe
Entry Points near exterior pipe. Weep hole below pipe.
Entry Point Facia Board
This entry point provides a variety of entrance ways due to the Facia Board damage.
Is That a Soda Bottle?
Yes, yes that is a soda bottle. A call came in about hearing things in the attic. Landlord had "maintenance" handle it, but caller was still hearing noises.
Damaged Crawl Space Wall
This crawl space wall is extremely damaged. Those visible brick were completely loose, with no visible signs of having any mortar ever being applied.
This ant mound covers about 2 feet of the foundation, a 1.5 feet away from the foundation, and about 5 inches high
Ants entry and leaving weep hole.
If entry points are found during the Initial Required Inspection, we will offer you our Exclusion Services. Exclusion is the process of sealing entry points rats, pests, and other wildlife may use to enter your home.