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  • ​INITIAL VISIT: $260 with 6 month guarantee

    • Includes baiting, trapping, entry point seal off.

    • Includes 4 follow-up visits BI-WEEKLY within the 6 month guarantee.

With Scott’s Pest Solutions, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results. If you think you can avoid dealing with that rodent in your home by simply waiting for it to die, think again. The life cycle of a rodent makes it easy to see why they are such a common household issue. It’s not that the mouse or rat lifespan is unnaturally long, but more that they are notorious breeders. Just one female rodent in your home can average between 25 and 60 offspring in a single year. At that point, you no longer have a problem – you have an infestation.

When a female gets pregnant, it only takes between 19 and 21 days for her to give birth to a litter. Each litter typically consists of five or six rodent pups, though it’s not rare to see as many as 12 in a litter.
A typical female rodent can birth between five and 10 litters per year. She can mate immediately after giving birth, meaning they can birth a second litter in as little as 25 days after the first. This cycle continues until the rodent dies. By that time, her offspring’s offspring have likely also birthed a few litters, which are starting to breed.

Call Scott's Pest Solutions for professional rodent services.

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