Are you in need of a Rat Exterminator? Become the Rat Exterminator with this guide on how to exterminate rats! Being a Rat Exterminator might sound hard, but it really isn’t! There are a number of strategies and tactics that are used by a Rat Exterminator and we’re going to share them with you!
Being a Rat Exterminator means you are going to be exterminating rats (killing rats). You may be wondering, “Am I going to have to touch them?” That’s definitely a possibility! Although we are giving you the guidelines on how to become an effective Rat Exterminator, we definitely suggest calling an experienced Rat Exterminator to handle your rat infestation!
As a Rat Exterminator, you are going to want to make sure you find and seal off all rat entry points in the home. This means you are going to have to search throughout the home and use either copper mesh or PUR Black Gun Foam to seal up these entry points. If you’ve ever seen an experienced Rat Exterminator do this, you’ll notice that they have to get into all of the tightest spots that rats can come into your home! As an effective Rat Exterminator, this is precisely what you are going to have to do to ensure rats do not come back into the home through any rat entry points!
After (you or the professional) seals off the rat entry points, the next step is to get rid of the remaining rats. Setting up traps is typically the most effective way to exterminate rats and it is one of the easiest things to do as a Rat Expert. If you’ve ever seen a Rat Expert setting up the traps in person or on television, you shouldn’t have too much trouble setting up the rattraps. You simply bait the rattraps, set them up in areas that are secluded, and check them every day or two. As an effective Rat Exterminator, you are going to have to pick up the rattraps and throw them away (or reuse them if you are willing to toss out the dead rats), but it is definitely better than using poison!
When a Rat Exterminator uses poison or rodenticide on rats, there is no telling what will happen! If you have pets or children, it is definitely not a good decision to be the Rat Exterminator that is going to put out poison because it could harm them. Another issue with the poison is that the rats do not die immediately after ingesting the stuff. This means that they are going to get into spots in your home that you, or any other Rat Exterminator, aren’t going to be able to retrieve the bodies. Even if you are a Rat Exterminator, you can’t go through walls to get the bodies out without damaging the home so they will decay. This will leave a nasty smell in your home so we definitely do not suggest doing that!
Effective Rat seal, trap, and gain control over your rats!