Rodent Damage Repair
In 2016, Washington, DC was ranked the third most rat-infested city in the country, according to an annual survey of exterminators . But rats and mice extend well past the city limits, causing extensive damage to homes and businesses across the DC region.
Did you know?
Mice and rats can chew through your water pipes? That’s right. They can chew through plastic piping, and in extreme cases metal piping to get to water sources. They also chew through walls, wiring, and floors to find entrance into the warmth of your home, causing expensive damage along the way.
If you see, or hear, any signs of a rodent infestation, call our partner Connor’s Pest Control now to schedule an inspection.
Why Choose Connor's?
The Perfect Size
We have extensive experience working on the little projects that big builders won’t touch and we’re more than capable of completing the larger projects that smaller construction companies can’t.
We utilize state-of-the-art techniques for pinpointing rodent damage, including sending a plumbing snake down pipes to find cracks caused by rodents, identifying heat activity with a thermal gun, and conducting a smoke test to find rodent-damaged pipes.
Do You Have A Rodent Problem?
Mouse and rat infestations are often easy to spot. Look for small droppings along baseboards, under sinks, and in cabinets. Inspect your food containers—especially easily penetrable ones like cereal boxes—for holes that rodents may have gnawed. You might also see the rats and mice themselves, or find their nests, which are typically built in empty boxes or crates.