Rodents have plagued humanity since before we discovered fire by consuming and contaminating our food, giving us diseases, and damaging our property.

Your first line of defense against rodents is the doors on your home. Keeping them in good repair and shut denies rodents access to the interior of your home. This is especially true for garage doors, which are frequently left open for hours.

Insuring exterior vents and accesses in the foundation are in good repair, and animal-proof will keep them out of the insulation and ductwork.

Keeping plants and rodent harborage, like leaf litter and stored wood, away from your home’s foundation will reduce the number of rodents living near your home. Eliminating tree branches within 10 feet of the roof reduces their access to the attic. Additionally, controlling food resources like pet food, bird food, and garbage can dramatically reduce the number of rodents approaching your home.

Keeping Rodents Out of Your Home


Every service we provide begins with an inspection. Inspection allows us to accurately identify your pest, determine the scope of the infestation, and prescribe an appropriate treatment program. It also allows us to become familiar with how your home was built. Different materials and construction techniques require different treatment techniques.


Your technician will submit a written report with observations and recommendations that will help prevent future infestations and guide you on steps to get the best performance from your service. Depending on the conditions, your technician will recommend a combination of trapping, baiting, and repairs to keep animals from returning.


We provide two weeks of trapping as part of our rodent removal program.


We will monitor performance whether you choose to address the immediate infestation or opt for our inclusive Flagship pest prevention to confirm that the program is effective.


Flagship maintenance targets common pests preventively on a three-month cycle. After the initial service, maintenance services run $110.00. Spring, summer, and fall preventive applications are made to the exterior foundation, eaves, door, and window casings. Winter service includes a borate dust application if your home has a crawlspace under it. Your technician will install locked bait boxes against the foundation for rodent management.

Coverage includes spiders, ants, sowbugs, earwigs, millipedes, rodents, wasps, fleas, and carpenter ants (after the initial year).

Your technician will report observations of conditions contributing to pest activity on an ongoing basis, with a complete inspection and written report every three years.

We will perform rodent trapping and wildlife removal at significant discounts.

Free pest consultations are included.