Rodent Management Services

Rodent Management Services

Rodents Are More Dangerous than looking cute.

Rodents such as rats and mice are associated with several health risks. In fact, rats and mice are known to spread more than 35 diseases. These diseases can be spread to humans directly through handling of live or dead rodents, contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva, as well as rodent bites.

Rodents and birds are carriers for several diseases and carry disease pathogens on their fur, feathers or feet and can also contaminate our food, raw material, and water sources.

One of the most horrid and difficult to control pest is rodents. Control programs should be used to decrease rodents and animals in and around shelters and reduce the risk of disease spread in your facility.

Rodent control measures need to eliminate openings for rodents or animals to enter, especially food storage or preparation areas.

  1. Seal any openings greater than ¼ to ½ inch with a durable material (e.g., tightly packed steel wool) using materials that cannot be easily gnawed or pecked through (e.g., concrete, sheet metal, wire mesh, aluminum, brick).
  2. Drainage pipes or sewage systems may be used by rodents as routes to enter buildings, Equipment (e.g., refrigerators, power washers, etc.) should be raised and easily movable to allow for easier cleaning, especially behind and underneath the item.
  • Sacked food items should be stacked on pallets with adequate space around and under them to allow easy inspection for signs of rodent activity and trap or bait placement.
  1. Rats can burrow and nest under feed bunks placed directly on the ground. Use of a concrete base around feed bunks can eliminate this potential habitat. lean up any spilled feed immediately.
  2. Proper disposal of garbage will aid in deterring and controlling rodents
  3. Establish a rodent barrier around buildings

 Ideal control measure for effective rodent control by De’Kriminators encompass around

  1. Initial inspection to find our source and breeding areas
  2. Identification of ingress points for closure
  • Potential hideouts inside and outside building,
  1. Baiting and trapping using multiple options available.
  2. Electronic rodent repellant systems
  3. Digital mapping and thermal imaging for critical installations.

De’Kriminators has a vast knowledge on pest control, uses the best of application technology through its highly trained technicians and using chemicals from world most reputed manufacturers.

Check with your local department of pest management for a list of approved pesticides. De’Kriminators can provide you with list of approved chemicals, MSDS for the chemicals used and Pest-Know-How.


Often rats and mice get indoors, creating a nuisance. They damage property, contaminate food, and transmit diseases. Therefore, effective control methods are essential. Dekriminator Pest Control has some method to monitor both inside and outside your residence. Make sure your property is rodent free, get our expertise advice to modify the building to prevent rats & mice from entering.

Dekriminator has developed several baits forms with a variety of food ingredients (toxic baits & non toxic baits) which is the key to the successful rodent population reduction. Non toxic bait is used to attract rodents and mice into the Rodent Live Trap, while toxic bait is used in Rodent Bait Station and or Rodent Tamper Box. These bait boxes protect the bait from weather and exclude non-target animals, large enough to accommodate several rodents at one time and have at least two rodent-sized openings.

Place bait boxes next to walls (with the openings close to the wall), or near burrows and in other places where rodents are active. Clearly label all bait boxes with appropriate warnings as a safety precaution. To prevent bait boxes from being tipped over, fasten them to the floor or wall. Secure the lids to prevent unwanted access to the bait.

General Treatment

Baiting & trapping treatments to control rodent population in potential areas. Those can be their nests (below building and housing complex), feeding places (kitchens, rooms, and offices), and resting places (building and house aisles).

Cockroaches are a high risk pest to have in your premise. They gain entry into your home or office through openings like the drainage, cracks in the wall and openings under the doors or any other vents.They carry a range of serious illnesses, including salmonella food poisoning, dysentery, diphtheria, gastroenteritis and typhoid.

Regular Treatment

Our technician will monitor the amount of baiting that had been spread in those areas. We will give a report of things that influenced their population growth. We will give expert advice on how to decrease their population by recovering the sanitation.

Dekriminator’s Rodent Control

There are many reasons for businesses, organisations and home owners to control rodents. Dekriminator services will help you with that! We can help you with the following!

  1. Prevent damage: rodents can damage buildings and their fittings such as electrical wiring and plumbing, packaging and goods such as clothing and furniture.

  2. Prevent and eliminate contamination: almost every type of food in storage or processing is subject to rodent attack or contamination.

  3. Prevent disease: rodents can carry a large number of diseases that affect humans and animals, both farm animals and pets.

  4. Prevent financial loss: caused by damage to goods, compensation, litigation and loss of trade.

  5. Prevent loss of reputation and goodwill: the presence of rodents on commercial premises and damaged goods are unacceptable to other businesses and the public.

DIY Prevention methods of rodent infestations

The best way to prevent a rodent infestation and contact with rodents is to remove the food sources, water, and items that provide shelter for rodents.

  • Seal up holes inside and outside the home to prevent entry by rodents.

Mice can squeeze through a hole the size of a nickel, and rats can squeeze through a hole the size of a half dollar! Prevent rodents from entering the home by checking inside and outside the house for gaps or holes.

Where to look for gaps or holes inside your home?

  • Inside, under, and behind kitchen cabinets, refrigerators and stoves.
  • Inside closets near the floor corners.
  • Around the fireplace.
  • Around doors.
  • Around the pipes under sinks and washing machines.
  • Inside the attic.
  • In the basement or crawl space.
  • Between the floor and wall juncture.

Where to look for gaps or holes outside your home?

  • In the roof among the rafters, gables, and eaves.
  • Around windows.
  • Around doors.
  • Attic vents and crawl space vents.
  • Under doors.
  • Around holes for electrical, plumbing, cable, and gas lines.

Fill small holes with steel wool. Put caulk around the steel wool to keep it in place. Use lath screen or lath metal, cement, hardware cloth, or metal sheeting to fix large holes. These materials can be found at your local hardware store. Fix gaps in trailer skirtings and use flashing around the base of the house. If you do not remember to seal up entry holes in your home, rodents will continue to get inside. Outbuildings and garages should also be sealed to prevent the entrance of rodents.

    • Trap rodents around the home to help reduce the rodent population

    Choose an appropriate snap trap. Traps for catching mice are different from those for catching rats. Carefully read the instructions before setting the trap.In attics, basements, and crawl spaces and other areas that do not have regular human traffic, set traps in any area where there is evidence of frequent rodent activity. Some rodents, particularly rats, are very cautious and several days may pass before they approach the traps. Other rodents, such as house mice and deer mice, are less cautious and may be trapped more quickly.

    Also place traps in outbuildings and in areas that might likely serve as rodent shelters. Natural rodent predators, such as non-poisonous snakes, owls, and hawks, may also help control and reduce the number of rodents outside the home.

    If you trap inside your home, but do not seal up rodent entry holes, new rodents will enter the dwelling. 

    • Prevent contact with rodents by cleaning up your home, workplace, or campsite.
    • Eliminate possible rodent food sources
    • Keep food in thick plastic or metal containers with tight lids.
    • Clean up spilled food right away and wash dishes and cooking utensils soon after use.
    • Keep outside cooking areas and grills clean.
    • Always put pet food away after use and do not leave pet-food or water bowls out overnight.
    • Keep bird feeders away from the house and utilize squirrel guards to limit access to the feeder by squirrels and other rodents.
    • Use a thick plastic or metal garbage can with a tight lid.
    • Keep compost bins as far away from the house as possible (100 feet or more is best).
    • Keep grains and animal feed in thick plastic or metal containers with tight lids. In the evening, uneaten animal feed should be returned to containers with lids.
    • If storing trash and food waste inside the home, do so in rodent-proof containers, and frequently clean the containers with soap and water. Dispose of trash and garbage on a frequent and regular basis, and pick up or eliminate clutter.

Diseases directly transmitted by rodents

Worldwide, rats and mice spread over 35 diseases. These diseases can be spread to humans directly, through handling of rodents, through contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva, or through rodent bites. Diseases carried by rodents can also be spread to humans indirectly, through ticks, mites or fleas that have fed on an infected rodent. The diseases directly transmitted by rodents are as follows:

  • Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome

  • Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome

  • Lassa Fever

  • Leptospirosis

  • Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM)

  • Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever

  • Plague

  • Rat-Bite Fever

  • Salmonellosis

  • South American Arenaviruses (Argentine hemorrhagic fever, Bolivian hemorrhagic fever, Sabiá-associated hemorrhagic fever, Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever)

  • Tularemia

Types of Rodents

Rodents are found on every continent except Antarctica. They live in a wide range of different habitats from snow-covered tundra to hot deserts. Some species of rodent are also the common invaders of the human environment:


  • Rats
  • Mice
  • Voles
  • Squirrels
  • Marmots
  • Hamsters
  • Guinea pigs
  • Gophers
  • Prairie dogs
  • Porcupines
  • Beavers
  • Capybaras (but not rabbits, hares and shrews).

There are over 200 species of rodent in North America, over 70 species in Malaysia and India, but just 10 native species in the British Isles.

Service details :

Duration : 30-45 mins

Turnaround Time : 2–3 hrs – depends on the area size

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