The Importance of Inspections in Rat Pests

The Importance of Inspections in Rat Pests

With a long experience in the pest control sector, from Abando Disinfections, we believe that the rodent pest control service produces the most significant number of supplementary visits. Therefore, we want to highlight the importance of inspections in rat pests. Performing some correct analyzes, we will make sure that the derivatization tasks and the methods that we are going to use will be the correct ones.

Right inspection tasks, both outside and inside the premises, will lay the groundwork for the work that will be done later.

We want to explain some points that must be taken into account to make our inspection as useful as possible. It should be remembered that good recognition, together with proper placement of traps and baits, leads to a smaller number of additional visits. Hence the importance of adequate analysis work.

Essential points in a rat pest inspection

To perform good inspection work, we must follow the following locations:

  • Talk to the client and gather all the information about their history.
  • When performing the inspection, the entire perimeter of the installation must be covered.
  • Locate food sources of rodents.
  • Explain to the client the measures to be taken and the situation of the pest.

Once these steps have been carried out, we must examine different areas where we believe rodents are. That is, we need to locate where they can find food and water, where they can take refuge, and, finally, where the sources of heat are.

Areas to examine before a rodent plague

Rats or rodents follow itineraries inside and outside the facilities that serve them to move without being seen. Therefore, it is essential to analyze specific areas so that the rodent pest control works are as effective as possible.

In this way, we have to ensure that the areas of pipes and electrical wiring are tightly closed to prevent them from sneaking through those places. We must also check false ceilings, mezzanine spaces, or areas of poor hygiene or storage.

Finally, once the access is located and to perform the best derivatization tasks, we will find out: the species of rodent, the severity of the pest, the area where it moves, and the failures in rodent protection.

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