PEST CARRY HEALTH RISKS
Pests are not just unsightly infestations; they carry a risk of serious health hazards putting your family and employees at risk. You need to consider that just removing the pest may not be the right solution as they leave behind serious amounts of contamination in the form of feces and urine around the house. It is important to contain the contamination as it can lead to serious health hazards and diseases. As an employer, you will need to consider the liability to your employees as well.
The pest risks that are associated with common rodents such as rats, gophers and mice include being carriers of mites, fleas, tapeworm and ringworm. It is a fact, that most rodents carry the minimum of 25 diseases at a time and that puts you, your family and employees at a risk of getting any of them.
PEST RISKS OF RODENT INFESTATION
Some of the commonly associated diseases that happen due to contamination or direct contact with rodents include:
- Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS)
- Rat-Bite Fever
- Hemorrhagic fever
- Lassa Fever
- Plague and Arenaviruses
Most of them are serious diseases that can turn fatal if ignored initially. The health hazards posed by innocuous looking rodents and rats are serious issues for your family and employees. They require professional pest control services under the guidance of licensed pest control inspectors. They will adhere to all California state laws and federal laws dealing with pest removal and control.
For question and queries related to pest risks and cost effective solutions, please call American Rat Control today.
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Delay in calling will only lead to higher infestation. Talk with expert rodent control specialists that are licensed, insured and bonded with years of experience dealing with small wildlife and rodents. We’ll do a complete assessment of the pest risks that you face on your property and advice on the most affordable solutions.
Pests are more than just unsightly in your home, they also pose a potential health risk to your family. Call us at 866-728-2878 or email us for a free estimate. Please check back soon for more information on the risks of an untreated pest problem in your home. If you have a concern about a pest problem, please call our office and one of expert staff will assist you in scheduling a free in-home inspection.