As a pest control company in Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, we get a lot of calls for people looking to exterminate rodents. Rats and mice are abundant in the Pacific Northwest and can be found in just about any home. Rodents are not an urban problem and not a rural problem, they are a problem in both settings. Typically when people call looking for us to do a rodent control treatment, the questions we hear are usually the same. Maybe you are interested in having a rodent treatment and have some of the same questions below!
How much does a rodent treatment cost?
Usually between $98 and $198. Every house is different and requires an independent approach to solving any pest control problems. With that in mind, we try and tailor our treatments to fit within the quoted range and our prices are among the lowest in the industry.
I saw your $98 coupon online. What does that cover?
Excellent! Our coupon pricing is a great value and can be applied towards a basic pest control treatment. Keep in mind that this coupon is for a one-time treatment and covers baiting either on the inside of the home, outside of the home or in the crawl space. This will be perfect for a smaller infestation.
Do you guarantee that my rodents will be gone?
We have warranty programs available, but we do not quote guarantees unless we have had a chance to do a home inspection. Sometimes a home can have several conducive conditions that contribute to the problem and we would need to make sure that those conditions are eliminated before proceeding with any warranty program. However, what we can guarantee is that you will be satisfied with our service. If you are unhappy with our service, please give us a call and we promise to make it right!
Is rodent bait safe for my kids and pets?
Our job is to make sure we keep you and your family safe, while getting rid of your rodents. We do this by placing our rodent baits in tamper-proof boxes strategically around the house in places where they will be undisturbed. Also, the bait that we use is a safer option then many alternative approaches. For example, the bait that we use is designed to be lethal to rodents, but not nearly as toxic to humans or pets. This is because a rodent does not have the ability to throw up and get the bait out of its system, where a person, dog or cat does. That means that a lethal dose to a rodent is a relatively small amount of bait, but a lethal dose to a household pet would have to be a very, very large amount. This is a question that can be answered in a great deal of detail, so please call us if you would like more info.
How long does the treatment last?
The bait inside of the rodent stations is fairly protected from the elements, but over time moisture will ruin the bait. In a dry place, like inside your crawl space for example, the bait will last several months. Outside bait stations are not likely to last longer than about 2 to 3 months.
How do I set up a free inspection with a New leaf Pest Control technician?
Call us or use the contact form to the right. We look forward to working with you!