On January 1, 2017, the updated Seattle Building Code takes effect. The updated code requires all applicants to complete a rat eradication program as a condition to getting a demolition permit. Only projects that apply under the 2015 Seattle Building Code will be subject to this new requirement.
The cooler and rainy weather has arrived in Seattle which means spending
more time in the home. Because of the drop in temperature, Mice and Rats
are scrambling to get indoors and search for food. Which is the main
priority after gaining entry. The Dad investigated possibilities of how the
rodents got in and discovered the rats and mice had found a new home. Yuck.
The homeowner could not even think about attempting to do the rodent
elimination. It was too big of a job to attempt. All the upset father
wanted to know is: “ How to get rid of the rats and mice”. The decision was
to call in a Seattle professional Pest Control Exterminator.
There are ways to get rid of the mice and rats yourself, but there are also likely to be times that you prefer to call on a professional rodent control service. When this is the case, there are a number of things you will need to do to prepare for service, to ensure the treatment is as effective and long-lasting as possible.
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