Roof Rat

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Roof Rat

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

We follow an industry standard process at Shabna H. Al salah sanitization & Pest Control Pest Control in our services. This maintains quality and safety in everything we do. We start off by taking a look at your property and inspecting it thoroughly. Once we know what we need to do, we go ahead and eradicate the pests using the appropriate equipments, chemicals and medicines. Once the treatment is complete, we conduct our proofing services to close all the entry points that pests commonly use as entry points.We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.

Shabna H. Al salah sanitization & Pest Control Pest Control is a leading Pest Control establishment fully licensed and approved by the Dammam Municipality. With trained technicians and experienced professionals, we are licensed by the designated authority to provide general pest control, real estate inspections, anti-termite treatment and pre-treatment of construction sites.We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.

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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.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.