Attic Cleanup After A Rodent Infestation | Critter Control

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cleaning attic of rodent infestationThe attic is most often the least-used part of a home. Many attics are a chaotic mess, used primarily as a storage space for all the stuff that homeowners want out of sight. There isn’t much incentive to keep it clean and tidy, since hardly anybody even goes up there anyway. But it’s a whole different story if you’ve had rodents living in your attic for any period of time – you can’t just ignore that mess.

Rodent Damage in the Attic

Of all the worst critters you could have living in your house, rodents are second only to dreaded termites. While they won’t take down your entire home like termites, they can wreak plenty of their own havoc in your attic. The most common thing that they destroy is the insulation. Rodents like mice, rats, and squirrels will tear up insulation and create nests for their young with it. While that may not sound so bad, they also will urinate and defecate in it, which means you will at least have to replace sections of insulation if not all of it. And if any of that waste seeped through the insulation, you could be looking at ceiling and wall damage as well.

Cleaning Up the Mess

For serious infestations, you need to call a professional pest control service to eradicate the pests and clean up the mess. The job requires specialized equipment to ensure the safety of everyone that enters the soiled attic, and you should never attempt a cleanup job without protective wear. Fortunately, Critter Control® of Tampa has all the tools to get the job done, and done right. Believe us; you don’t want to be the one stuck cleaning up your attic after an infestation. Let us eradicate the rodents, clean up their droppings, remove soiled insulation, sanitize the area, fix any damage, and install brand new insulation.

For a free initial consultation, you can reach us at 813-328-6646

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