If you suspect you have rat infestations in Boca Raton, Trapper John can help. Trapper John is a specialist in trapping and removing rats from buildings and homes. Trapper John is a wildlife company that services all of South Florida. We provide full-service services throughout Palm Beach County, Miami Dade County, and Broward County. If you are in need of the most trustworthy Rat Exterminator in South Florida to get the job done look no further than Trapper Johns!

We’ll find out how and why the rats got in. Once we have sealed any entry points, we trap and remove the rats. After they have been removed, we will clean out the attic and make any necessary repairs. For more information or to schedule an inspection of your Broward County or Miami Dade County home, contact Trapper John Boca Raton by calling 561-844-4866

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Rodent Control Boca Raton. The most common habitat for the roof rat is in the Delray Beach and Wellington areas.

Florida Roof Rat: Also known as the fruit or citrus Rat, the Florida roof rat can also be called the fruit rat. They are fond of fruits and vegetables and love tropical climates. They can reach 8 inches in length and have a 9-inch tail.

Roof rats can be found in attics and walls. They are often found outside in dense shrubs, trees, and palm canopies. They will travel up to 100 miles to seek food and water. Roof rats can only be seen at night so they won’t be visible during the day. Instead, you will hear them at night pitter-pattering inside your attic.

Roof rats can live up to 12 months in the wild. Roof rats live an average of 12 months in the wild. A female can have six litters of 6-8 offspring per litter. It is important to get rid of them as soon as you can.

Norway Rat: You may have heard of the New York City giant rats. Norway Rat: The Norway rat is twice as large as a roof rat. As ground-dwellers, they prefer digging under foundations and shrubs. They will eat fresh and rotting food. You can find Norway rats in South Florida, along the coast, and in dumpsters. They are rarely found in homes.

Mice: Rats are more common than mice. Mice are smaller than rats and don’t wander far from their nests. If you have a mouse problem, the nest could be right next to you.

Rats can cause severe damage to your home’s structure. Rats are constantly growing their teeth so they need to chew on everything to stay healthy. It will shock you to discover that rats can chew through almost any material, including wood, drywall, wall studs, and pipes. They will also be able to eat from your pantry, leaving behind unsanitary droppings and contaminated food.

Salmonella and E.coli can be transmitted to rats by rat-carrying germs. This could lead to food poisoning or other infections. Rats may also be carriers of bubonic plague, rabies, and Weil’s diseases. If you suspect that you may have a problem, call Boca Raton rodent control immediately. Trapper John is available to answer any questions you may have about a nearby rat exterminator. 305-648-2007

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