Using Green professional Methods To Control Rats: How To Control Rats without Using Chemicals or Poison.
People ask why should pest control professionals and technicians bother using green ways to control Rats? There are many answers to this question. One is safety and the other broad answer is to protect the environment. Many pest control companies in United States use green professional methods such as professional rat traps to control rats. They also use chemicals or poison to control rats. Many companies use chemicals or poison to save themselves money and to quickly control rats. However, this practice of using chemicals and poison is not environmentally friendly and is not safe to humans. Using green professional ways to control rats is safe but time-consuming.
When Pest control professional apply green ways to control rats, they use the following green items and materials.
(a) Professional Rat Traps. A professional Rat Trap is specifically designed for professional pest control use. Any professional rat trap has unique setting control. This allows a pest control professional or technician to use a soft setting for normal situations or a firmer setting in situations where vibrating machinery or other manufacturing operations could prematurely set off the trap. A professional rat trap is baited or un-baited. When a pest control professional decides to use a professional rat trap un-baited, he or she places it perpendicular to a wall’s surface where the rats are traveling, forcing them to pass over the triggering plate, leading to their capture.
(b) Green Bait. To be honest, there is no thing like green rat bait. Green rat bait is that bait that has no poison or chemical in it. Therefore, Nutella, Peanut butter, Candy or any non-chemical or non-poison bait that rats eat, is green rat bait. Warning: Many people are allergic to peanut butter. Use peanut butter only when sure there is no person allergic to it.
(c) Copper Stuff-it. Copper stuff-it is a green product that pest control professionals use to close holes inside or outside house to prevent rats from entering. Closing holes is an important green way of controlling rats from accessing the house.
(d) Flash light also known as a torch. This basically provides light to the pest control professional while he or she is doing a rat control job.
(a) A ladder (not always). Pest control professionals move with ladders. They use ladders to climb into the attic or sometimes to reach high points.