Rodent Control

by NOLA Pest Control

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Rodent Control

by NOLA Pest Control

ATTENTION: NOLA Pest Control is offering 1 FREE demo service to commercial, and multi-family properties

For Details Read Below

For A Free Service Estimate & Immediate Action

CALL US TODAY! (504) 250-8088 white-phone

Rodent Control Services

NOLA Pest Control knows it can be very difficult to keep rodents out of structures. Rats are able to fit through openings the size of a quarter, and mice can squeeze into openings the size of a dime.

Certain preventive maintenance steps can be taken to help keep these nasty rodents out of your home or place of business, such as find any cracks or openings and seal them with the proper sealants.

Be sure to thoroughly inspect for adequate drainage around the foundation and ensure that gutters or drains are installed properly to allow the water to flow away from the building.

If you detect signs of any type of rodent infestation, give NOLA Pest Control a call right away so that we can come out and inspect the property to determine the correct type of rodent we are dealing with, and then we will recommend a course of action to eradicate your rodent problems.

We look forward to providing you service that will bring complete satisfaction, guaranteed!

NOLA Pest Control
LDAF #00011233

828 Orion Ave.
Metairie, LA 70005 

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ATTENTION: First Time Multi-Family, Apartment Complexes, Hotels, Industrial, and Commercial customers

NOLA Pest Control  is offering 1 FREE demonstration service to commercial, industrial, Hotels, apartment complexes, and multi-family properties.

When you have a pest problem that no one can seem to get rid of, including great sanitary conditions, we will come in and provide our special pest control services that are guaranteed to solve your pest problems for FREE to demonstrate to you that NOLA Pest Control can and will create a pest-free environment for you and/or your guests, tenants, customers, employees.

After this initial, one time, Free demo service we will be happy to set up a monthly or quarterly service agreement to continue keeping your property, pest free.

Pest services included in this demo special: Bed Bugs, Roaches (all Species), Ants, Occasional Invaders (Silverfish, Ear Wigs, Millipedes, Centipedes, Etc.), and Stored Product Pests

Pest services not included in this demo special: Termites, Mosquitoes, Rodents

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5.0 Rating From 16 Reviews.
on 06, Dec 2017
The gentleman who comes to spray is always professional and friendly! I haven't had any problems with roaches since NOLA Pest Control has come to spray in my apartment.
Katen C.
on 14, Dec 2017
Very professional and knowledgeable!!
Latoya M / Uptown Lofts
on 07, May 2017
I was devastated when I saw and found out we had bed bugs! Called NOLA pest control and they came out and confirmed it was BB's and a quote was given. After reading good reviews on the company I decided to use their service. I almost can't find the words to say how thankful and pleased I was with their professionalism, knowledge, and most important results that I was given. We have been BB free for a month now, with not one in site. I can't thank them enough! I would recommend to anyone who has any type of pest problem.
Jasmine
on 18, Sep 2017
servicer was very nice and answered any questions that I had. excellent service!
Catherine
on 11, Dec 2017
I love the workers and this Company , nola is the best Company , that every happen on here at renaissance gateway , good Products and real good & friendly works , they dose a great Job , my door# is 609
Terrica Jackson
on 13, Dec 2017
Very knowledgeable very professional
Katherine Samson
on 29, Dec 2017
Wonderful service
Nettie Brown
on 29, Jun 2016
Andrew worked with my schedule to get an expert at NOLA Pest Control out to my house. Brandon and Oscar came by to inspect the house and were very thorough and informative. Mike Lollar is very knowledgeable and took care of a mite and long-time moth problem.
Rachel
on 02, Feb 2017
BEST IN THE BUSINESS.... IM VERY SATISFIED
VICTORIAN WILLIAMS
on 20, Sep 2017
NOLA pest control was amazing!! The young man went over and beyond the need to eliminate pest. He educated me on ways to prevent and even offered advice on cleaning.
Mike Dominique
on 06, Dec 2017
I love the service. I havent seen any roaches or anything else since yall started spraying my apartment. Thank you so much.
Lakeita Fields
on 16, Jul 2016
Nola pest went above and beyond for my family. We had a bed bug infestation at our old apartment. I was afraid we would have to throw everything out and replace it. Mike took care of us immediately. I had an appointment set up within 24 hours of my initial contact to the office. We left and came back a few hours later. All of our beds and the couch were flipped over. They were thorough! I was very nervous because we were moving the next week. Their work comes gauaranteed but since I was so nervous they even offered to spray the new house before we moved in! FREE OF CHARGE! Oh and did I mention they gave us a military discount? They treated us like family. I haven't had any problems since they sprayed the new house and it's been a few months. I highly reccomend Nola pest control for all of your needs!!!
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on 02, Jan 2018
The fact I would take the time to write a review speaks alot of Coltons service of the Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Conv Ctr. He was very respectful very polite work quickly but not carelessly, very committed individual. You are fortunate to have him on your team. Thank You Colton.
Kristopher Sinishtaj
on 01, Dec 2017
Mr. Colton is ALWAYS extremely professional and does outstanding work. His attitude towards everything is always up beat and up lifting. I am 100% satisfied with all the work he has done and continues to do for us.
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on 07, Dec 2017
They are very professional and nice!
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on 28, Dec 2017
Great service!
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mice-heading MICE

  • Female mice can give birth when they are two months old and are able to have babies 6 to 10 times per year.
  • Mice have to build their homes near sources of food because they like to eat 15 to 20 times per day.
  • Mice can live in a lab for up to two years, but usually only live for about 5 months in the wild, mostly because of    
  •      predators, such as cats, snakes and foxes.
  • Mice are good jumpers, climbers and swimmers.
  • House mice, like other rodents, do not vomit.

mice-heading MICE

  • Female mice can give birth when they are two months old and are able to have babies 6 to 10 times per year.
  • Mice have to build their homes near sources of food because they like to eat 15 to 20 times per day.
  • Mice can live in a lab for up to two years, but usually only live for about 5 months in the wild, mostly because of
    predators, such as cats, snakes and foxes.
    Mice are good jumpers, climbers and swimmers.
    House mice, like other rodents, do not vomit.
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Deer Mice

Deer mice get their name because their fur looks a lot like deer fur. They are most commonly found in open grasslands, brushy country, cliffs, forests, pasturelands, and croplands.

Size: 5" to 8" long - Shape: Mouse - Color: Brown to Dark Brown - Legs: 4 - Wings: No - Antenna: No

DIET
Deer mice eat seeds, small fruits and berries, beetles, caterpillars, grasshoppers, leafhoppers, and an underground fungus. They prefer to eat insects when they can find them.

HABITAT
The deer mouse makes its home outdoors in hollow tree logs or piles of garbage. They are nocturnal, so they sleep in their nests during the day. They also use their nests to raise their young and to protect them against harsh weather. When a deer mouse does come indoors, it prefers quiet places, such as attics.

IMPACT
Deer mice can spread the potentially fatal Hantavirus. The virus can be spread by touching infected mice or by breathing in the fumes released in their urine.

House Mice

The house mouse is the most common rodent pest in most parts of the world. A female house mouse can give birth to up to a dozen babies every three weeks. That’s 150 babies a year!

Size: 2" - Shape: Mouse - Color: Light brown to black - Legs: 4 - Wings: No - Antenna: No

DIET
House mice primarily feed on plants, but they will also eat meat and dairy products. They will drink water but require very little of it. They will eat their own droppings to acquire nutrients produced by bacteria in their guts!

HABITAT
House mice live in structures, but they can live outdoors. They breed throughout the year and often share nests with their "relatives".

IMPACT
Even the smallest amount of mouse urine can trigger allergies, particularly in children because their immune systems are still developing. Mice spread disease through bite wounds and by contaminating food and water with their waste products. Mice can also spread disease thanks to parasites, such as ticks, fleas and mites. These parasites bite the infected mouse and then spread the disease by biting humans.

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rat RATS

An adult rat can squeeze into your home through a hole as small as the size of a quarter.

  • Rats can live for up to 18 months, but most die before they are one year old.
  • Rats have strong teeth that allow them to chew through glass, cinderblock, wire, aluminum and lead.
  • Smell, taste, touch and sound help direct them to their food sources.
  • Rats are also responsible for spreading Bubonic Plague, also known as the "Black Death". Although fleas are primarily responsible for infecting humans, they were originally infected with the plague by feeding on the blood of rats.

Rats are scavengers. They have an excellent sense of taste and a good memory. A rat can identify certain substances, including rat poisons, after just a tiny taste of it.

rat RATS

An adult rat can squeeze into your home through a hole as small as the size of a quarter.

  • Rats can live for up to 18 months, but most die before they are one year old.
  • Rats have strong teeth that allow them to chew through glass, cinderblock, wire, aluminum and lead.
  • Smell, taste, touch and sound help direct them to their food sources.
    Rats are also responsible for spreading Bubonic Plague, also known as the "Black Death". Although fleas are primarily responsible for infecting humans, they were originally infected with the plague by feeding on the blood of rats.
  • Rats are scavengers. They have an excellent sense of taste and a good memory. A rat can identify certain substances, including rat poisons, after just a tiny taste of it.
roof-rat

Roof Rats

Roof Rats are excellent climbers and get their name because they usually live high off the ground, like on the roof of a building. They have very poor vision and are color blind, but they have extremely strong senses of hearing, smell, touch and taste. Rats have four to six litters a year and each litter has 6 to 12 babies in it. These rats are only pregnant for about 21 to 23 days and they can start reproducing when they are three months old.

Size: 16" nose to tail - Shape: Rat - Color: Black - Legs: 4 - Wings: No - Antenna: No

DIET
Roof Rats prefer eating fruits, berries, vegetables, cereal, pet food, nuts, grain, slugs, snails and rotten food.

HABITAT
Roof Rats are excellent climbers and they usually live in spaces on the tops of buildings, on roofs or in attics. They also live in sheds, garages, boxes, ceilings, under floors, in wood heaps and in thick grass.

IMPACT
Roof rats cause damage to structures by chewing, eating stored foods and carrying diseases, such as Hantavirus. They are most famous for spreading the highly contagious bubonic plague in the Middle Ages. Rats will also attack both animals and humans. Human babies and even adults have been killed in rat attacks.

Norway Rats

The Norway rat is also called a "sewer rat". Norway rats tend to be larger and more aggressive to animals, humans and each other than Roof rats.

Size: 10" to 12" long - Shape: Rat - Color: Black - Legs: 4 - Wings: No - Antenna: No

DIET

Norway rats eat a wide variety of foods but mostly prefer cereal grains, meats, fish, nuts, and some fruits.

HABITAT
When Norway rats invade buildings, they usually remain in the basement or ground floor. They also live in fields, farms, woodpiles and buildings. Their nests are usually lined with shredded paper or cloth.

IMPACT
These rats are known for the damage they cause by chewing on materials, urinating on food and eating stored foods. They have also been known to chew on wires, which can cause fires to start. They also carry disease and ectoparasites. Rats will also attack both animals and humans. Human babies and even adults have been killed in rat attacks.

Our Source for this Information: http://www.pestworld.org/pest-guide/rodents/

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