Rodent Control

Montgomery County Rodent Control

Also Serving Norristown, Chester County, New Jersey, and Delaware

With over 40 years of experience in the pest control industry, M.A.D. Exterminators is proud of the reputation we’ve earned for delivering high-quality rodent control services to homes and businesses in Montgomery County and beyond. Our long-standing commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is reflected in the positive reviews our clients have seen fit to give us. 

Whether you're battling an ongoing infestation or looking to prevent future issues, our team is equipped with the knowledge and tools to get the job done right.

Call (610) 600-9202 or fill out our online contact form today.

Common Rodents in the Montgomery County Area

Our home region is home to a variety of rodents that can pose significant challenges for property owners. Here are some of the most common invaders that we deal with: 

  • House mice
  • Norway rats
  • Roof rats
  • Deer mice
  • Chipmunks
  • Gray squirrels
  • Woodchucks

Whether it’s one of these common rodents, or something completely different, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for help. 

The Signs of a Rodent Infestation

Rodents are stealthy creatures, but they leave behind distinct signs of their presence. Identifying an infestation early can save you time, money, and stress. 

Here are some telltale signs that rodents have made themselves at home on your property:

  • Droppings: Small, dark droppings near food sources or nesting areas are a clear indicator of rodent activity. These droppings are often found along walls, in cabinets, or under sinks. 
  • Gnaw marks: Damage to furniture, wires, or food packaging can not only lead to financial loss but also pose serious safety risks, such as electrical fires from gnawed wires. The distinctively jagged edges left by rodent teeth are a sign of their presence.
  • Nesting materials: Shredded paper, fabric, or plant matter hidden in secluded areas like attics, basements, or behind appliances, indicates that rodents are building nests. Finding these materials scattered around your home suggests you have uninvited guests trying to settle in.
  • Noises: Scratching or scurrying sounds in walls or ceilings can be unnerving and are a sign of rodent activity. These noises are typically more pronounced during the quiet of the night when rodents are most active.

Understanding these signs can help you act swiftly to mitigate the infestation.

The Problems Rodents Can Cause

Beyond being unwelcome intruders, rodents can bring a host of problems into your home or business, starting with these: 

  • Health risks: Their urine, droppings, and saliva can contaminate surfaces in your home, and airborne particles from their droppings can worsen allergies and asthma.
  • Property damage: Their gnawing can damage wires, insulation, and structures, leading to costly repairs. Rodents have strong, sharp teeth that can chew through almost anything, including plastic and soft metals.
  • Food contamination: Rodents contaminating food supplies can lead to significant waste and health hazards. They are known to eat through food packaging to access edibles, leaving behind droppings and urine that contaminate food stores and surfaces.

Addressing a rodent problem quickly is crucial to protecting your health and property. We can help.

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