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Rats in your home is something that no one really
wants. These are vile little creatures that put
your family at risk and caused considerable damage
to your home. Rats love to gnaw and chew on things
and so they can destroy would, citing, sheet rock,
and even electrical wiring that is in your home.
This can lead to a fire hazard or simple overall
destruction of your property.
In addition, rats leave their waste wherever they
go. This means that the pathogens and diseases
that are found in their feces and urine is left
behind as well. Some of these pathogens can be
dangerous to you simply by inhaling them. They can
become airborne or get on to you if you touch
them, thus causing you and your family a serious
illness. This does not even include if a rat were
to bite you, which introduces a whole new set of
diseases you may have to deal with.
Clearly, you don’t want a rat around your home at
all, especially considering the fact that many
rats live in large colonies. If you are seeing one
rat in your home that it is quite likely that
there could be as many as a dozen more, if not
dozens more. This presents a very serious problem
for you, because if one rat can endanger your
health just think what 30 can do!
You clearly want these rats out of your home as
quickly as you possibly can, but doing so either
requires you to do a great deal of work on your
own or to hire someone to do it for you. There are
many techniques that you can follow that will
assist you in getting rid of your rat problem.
These are do-it-yourself kind of ideas, but they
can be a little tedious to resolve. If you want a
permanent solution, some turn to such things as
poisons, but these come with their own risks.
You can hire an agency to come out and exterminate
the rats, but this can be quite costly. You may
also find that there isn’t an agency directly
around where you live, which means that you have
no real option here.
You may be thinking to yourself how to get free
rat removal? Normally, you don’t consider that
there are free options to anything, but you may be
wondering if there is any group out there that
would handle your rat problem for you at no cost.
First of all, consider that if your rat problem is
severe enough it may be covered by your insurance.
Check with your insurance agent, because you may
get the rats removed at no cost to yourself. This
has to be a rather severe problem, so keep that in
mind before calling.
You may also try to contact your local college or
university. If they are doing experiments with
rats they may be willing to collect what you have
because it is a free option to them as well. It is
at least worth looking into.
For more information, you may want to click on one
of these guides that I wrote:
does rat removal cost?
- get the lowdown on
to get rid of rats
- my main rat removal
rat trapping photographs
- learn from great examples of rat
jobs I've done.