Aurora, CO

Call for help from your local AAAC Wildlife Removal Wildlife Professional before the problem gets even worse at 970-440-7493 .

Rats can enter your home though very small openings. If left uncontrolled, a rat population can grow quickly, creating a serious rat infestation. When rats begin building their nests, you may hear scratching noises in your walls or ceiling. This is a sign of a serious rat problem. We are your local experts at rat trapping and rat extermination. Call us to take care of rat removal in Aurora.

The mountain and plains communities of Bailey, Bennett, Berthoud, Campion, Castle Rock, Conifer, Evergreen, Morrison, Mountain View, Niwot, Sedalia, Watkins and Welby support mice and rats in large numbers. Mice and rat control and removal services are provided in all of these locations. Cities such as Bellvue, Berthoud, Campion, Drake, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Jamestown, Laporte, Livermore, Longmont, Lyons, Masonville, Red Feather Lakes and Wellington all experience mice and rat control and removal problems.

Rats love buildings, since they offer shelter from the cold temperatures of winter and a secure location for having their young. Unlike some other species, rats mate all year round, with February, March, May and June being their primary mating seasons. Rats can give birth to many young, with some litters including seven pups. Since females can start breeding when they are just three months old, once rats are in your home, they may never leave!

Rats can carry diseases like hantavirus and rabies, while they also carry dangerous pests such as fleas and ticks. Rats can communicate diseases to humans through bites or scratches, but ingesting food or water contaminated by a rat can also lead to serious disease. You can even get sick inhaling dust from where they have been living or just by coming into direct contact with an infected rat. And rat urine and feces can contamine buildings, leading to serious health problems or exacerbating existing conditions such as asthma.

In addition to the threat rats pose to your health, their tireless chewing can damage electrical wires, often leading to power outages or fires. They can also chew through wood paneling and other building features.

Finally, the very existence of rats or mice in a building often attracts other nuisance animals. When snakes are found in homes, it’s often because they were first attracted by the presence of mice.

Because of the risk they pose, if you suspect that you have rats or mice in your building, call a rat control expert immediately. Sometimes those seeking to control rats feel that by catching one, they have eliminated the problem, when in reality the problem is probably far more extensive. With many years of experience dealing with rat and mice control in the Aurora metro area, the professionals at AAAC Wildlife Control are here to assist you professionally with your control problems. Call for AAAC Wildlife Removal for rat removal in the Aurora area at 970-440-7493.

Rats like to die in strange places, and dead rats can even be found inside walls. If a dead rat is not promptly dealt with, the body can cause further damage to your building while attracting other pests. If you encounter a dead rat on your property, contact a wildlife professional who can remove the body and then clean and deodorize the area.

If you need assistance with rat control or removal, we are just a call away! The professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal are your rat control specialists.

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