Kansas City 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 Kansas City, MO, I
recommend Professional Wildlife Removal. I believe that this company knows what I know about
rat control, so give them a call at 816-533-4170.
Jackson County has a documented rodent problem, which is not uncommon in
many parts of Missouri. If you need to get rid of rats in the attic or a
building in Kansas City, 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 Professional Wildlife Removal at 816-533-4170, 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.
Professional Wildlife Removal - 816-533-4170
I asked Professional Wildlife Removal to describe their service range, and they said, "Our service range includes downtown Kansas City in both Kansas and Missouri. We service all surrounding areas, including Parkville, Riverside, Gladstone, Liberty, Independence, Blue Springs, Lee's Summit, Overland Park, Shawnee, and even west to Lawrence."
As a licensed and insured wildlife company in Missouri, Professional Wildlife Removal is fully
qualified to handle rodent removal problems, far more effectively than
most Kansas City pest control companies, and never with the use of poison. To
find out about the specific terms, and to schedule and appointment,
just call 816-533-4170.|
Jackson County, Kansas City Rat Control Situation: My mother has a medium size varment running around and we have put snap traps out only for it to get away with the peanut butter. waste of good peanut butter! The strange thing is it's eating the philadrium plant taking leaves off. not touching lucky bamboo in water ot the amarilys bad spelling. can you tell me why? Anyway, I've got a dozen traps baited with peanut butter on the obvious trails up there. My question is: should I put traps on top of the insulation (I've got loose blown insulation), on the joists (which aren't quite wide enough), move the insulation out of the way between the joists and put the trap on the ceiling drywall, or something else? I kind of did a mix for this first run, and I guess I'll figure it out eventually through trial and error, but I'd welcome any advice and any other tips would be greatly appericated. gail
I read the articles on your web site. Back in August, I had a new roof, soffit, eavesthrough done. Everything appears fine, the company did a great job, no complaints. About 2 weeks ago, we stated to hear scratching noises in the attic between 2 - 4 am. The noises are in the light to medium range, it does not seems to be a large animal such as a racoon. So, I have no idea what is up there, but I obviously have to deal with it. I walked around the house and up on the roof to see if I could find any entrances. I could not find any. Would you have any idea on what animal would be up there at this time of year. I live in Ontario Canada, about 30 miles west of Toronto. I'm going to start with setting mouse traps. Any advice/suggestions would be helpful.