Pest control Federal Way
Experience Unparalleled Comfort and Security with Our Pest Control Solutions in Federal Way
we take immense pride in providing exceptional residential pest control solutions, no matter the size of the problem.
Our foremost priority is ensuring that your home remains a comfortable, clean, and secure haven, devoid of intrusive pests that create health risks.
Rodents frequently invade through vents and chimney pipes, while larger critters may gnaw or scratch their way into your home’s exterior at weak points.
That’s why, at Attic Crew, our knowledgeable team prioritizes identifying the exact entry points of these unwanted guests, ensuring we eradicate the problem once and for all.
So, don’t wait another minute – secure the safety and well-being of your home and family – act now!
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Signs of Rodent Infestation
Even if you don’t see rodents, you might know they are in the attic because of what they leave behind. Before cleaning up this mess, you will want to completely clear the infestation and seal off the space.
Mice and rats are proficient chewers, and they tend to go after insulation, electrical wires, and wood. You might also note damage on your home’s exterior where larger rodents have chewed their way in.
If your attic is simply a storage space where you don’t spend much time, you might identify rodents by the noises they make. Scratching, scraping, and thumping noises in the attic are likely sound effects of a rodent infestation.
Our highly trained pest control technicians will inspect your home thoroughly, looking for potential entry areas for pests, as well as signs that you may already have some level of infestation.
When we Rat Proof, we seal the structure searching for every points of entrance in the attic, top of the roof, crawl space, all the way around the property with materials that rodents cannot chew through.
We use Steel Mesh, Sheet Metal if needed, Concrete, expanded foam, wood and other materials.
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