Rodent-related issues are thankfully not super common in Kuwait. However, when a rodent infestation does pop up, it can be very challenging to deal with as rodents are very invasive when compared to most other pests. Getting rid of a rat infestation requires a lot of professional knowledge and capability, and quite a few specialized tools as well. There are many preventative measures you can take to keep out of your home, but when an infestation of rats does break out, it'll be time to call on a rodent exterminator.
Identifying the source of the infestation is an important first step, as dealing with a rat infestation outside a home is different than when the rats are already occupying your home. Our rodent removal methods entail the usage of outdoor bait stations and indoor glue traps.
Glue traps are the optimal options for indoor pest control and rodent removal because they do not involve any harmful chemicals or rat poison that could harm your health. Instead, rodents are baited to step on the glue traps, which will be placed in key areas around your home. The glue traps will then simply hold them in place until our rat exterminator team can come to collect them and dispose of them accordingly.
Rodent bait stations are better suited for outdoor infestations and can cover a large area than glue traps. Bait stations tempt rats to come in and consume poisoned edible material, and this results in all or most rats in an area coming to the station. Afterward, our rat exterminator team will assess the results and clear any rats from the area, as well as remove the bait stations when they are no longer needed.