Bellingham Rat Removal
My name is David, and I work in Orlando, but I've spent years training
dozens of wildlife pros, and getting to know hundreds of them throughout
the country. If you need a rat removal company in Bellingham, WA, I
recommend Washington Wildlife Services. I believe that this company knows what I know about
rat control, so give them a call at 360-325-7034.
Whatcom County has a documented rodent problem, which is not uncommon in
many parts of Washington. If you need to get rid of rats in the attic or a
building in Bellingham, you don't want to hire a pest control company or
exterminator, you want a wildlife control specialist to do the rodent
removal work correctly. Call Washington Wildlife Services at 360-325-7034, and describe your rat
or mouse issue, and he will be able to give you a quote and schedule a
same-day or next day inspection to solve the problem.
Washington Wildlife Services - 360-325-7034
I asked Washington Wildlife Services to describe their service range, and they said, "We also service the surrounding towns of Ferndale, Lynden, Birch Bay, Blaine, Laurel, Everson, Nooksack, Deming, Geneva, Sedro Woolley, Anacortes, Burlington, and Mount Vernon."
As a licensed and insured wildlife company in Washington, Washington Wildlife Services is fully
qualified to handle rodent removal problems, far more effectively than
most Bellingham pest control companies, and never with the use of poison. To
find out about the specific terms, and to schedule and appointment,
just call 360-325-7034.|
Whatcom County, Bellingham Rat Control Situation: Hello David, I found your website very interesting. It didn't answer all of my questions so maybe you can help me out. I live in a two-story row home in Bellingham WA that is attached to neighboring row homes on both sides. I renovated the house and moved in a few months ago. I have a cat that is an excellent mouser. She has proven herself in my last home but I have not seen evidence of her catching any mice here. In fact, I have not seen any evidence of mice here at all since I have moved in, although there was evidence prior to my renovations. For the past week I have been hearing a lot of scurrying sounds in the ceiling cavity between the first and second floors. It happens mostly at night, but sometimes during the day on the weekends. It could also be happening while I am away at work. The only way I could access this cavity would be by cutting holes in the ceiling from the first floor. For this reason I am tempted to try poisons instead of traps, but I know your website does not recommend this. My neighbors on both sides of me tell me that they have mice in their homes. They are not as fortunate as I to have a good cat. I am not worried about mice in my living spaces. If they do manage to get through the drywall my cat will take care of them in a very short time. I am worried about damage to my wiring in the ceiling, and my wife's peace of mind in regards to the scurrying sounds at night. I believe the mice are using my ceiling cavity as a highway to travel between my neighbors homes. I believe I have sealed up all of the openings on the exterior of my home. I cannot say the same for my neighbors. To make a long question short, what do you recommend?
I am desperate & concerned for my family.I just want the rat problem gone forever. How much would you charge to come out to my house & complete this step by step process to get rid of the rats once and for all. After reading your article, I am convinced my regular Bellingham pest control company cannot completely resolve my problem. They have sealed up obvious points of entry with metal screens, behind which they have placed scent deterrents. You say this is not effective. I would agree as the rats are gnawing on my roof, trying to break back in. My garden is large with natural food sources from plant seeds, but otherwise is clean. I do not leave pet food, garbage or other food sources available. The crawl spaces are clean. How can I keep rodents from wanting to break into my attic? The pest control company says that the scent left by the former residents of my attic is attracting the new rodents. It's their 'scent trail' to tell them where 'home' is. I understand their strong desire to find a place to live. I read that fake owls and scent deterrents do not work. I do not want to poison the animals. I had agreed to snap trap the ones that were in the attic but only because the service would not live trap them. What now?