Our home exclusion service seals common entry points in and around your home to prevent entry or re-entry of rodents after an infestation. If you notice any signs of rodent activity or you want to prevent an infestation from happening with a professional exclusion service, contact Kingwood Pest to request a free rodent inspection or rat pest control.
Trapping & Exclusion Process
We’ll come out to your home at a time convenient for you and look for signs of a mice or rat infestation. If our technicians find activity we’ll recommend rodent extermination and/or trapping, then the exclusion service once they are removed.
This work is guaranteed for up to one year. We call this our “Home Exclusion Guarantee.” If you see signs of the rodents again within a year, we’ll come back for another trapping session and to seal up any new holes around your home.
Sealing Common Entry Points
- range or oven gas line to exterior or garage wall
- gaps around windows, vents, and roof flashing
- attic vents
- where rake and soffit overhang meet
- holes between bricks and crumbled mortar
- turbine vents
- gable vents
- spaces where the gable meets the roof
- roof return and plumbing vents
- gaps between exterior wall and roofing fascia
- dryer vents
- oven vents
- gaps in hardi plank or cement board under bay windows
- foundation grates
- pipe openings
- gaps under garage door
Signs of a Live Rodent Infestation
Signs of a live rodent infestation include but are not limited to rat or mice droppings in attic insulation, gnaw marks on food, food packaging, or wires. If you actually see a house mouse or roof rat in your home, you likely have a family or multiple families nesting in your home. If you experience any of these signs you need to call a professional rodent and rat exterminator like Kingwood Pest.