Welcome to Pest Animal Tulsa! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Tulsa, OK. We are Pest Animal, and we like to take pride in the fact that we are the city’s most effective and efficient rodent control company. We don’t just remove the problem, we solve the problem too. Our 32-point home inspection will find and identify entrance holes the rats are using to gain access, and once we’ve used exclusion methods to get them out, we’ll seal those holes shut. All repairs and seal-jobs are done to a professional standard, and our decade of experience in the pest removal industry has made us the best. Our customers have even voted us so for three years running. Not just dealing with rats, we also specialize in a number of other wild animal removal situations - bats, for example. We will remove the entire colony of bats from your attic using exclusion methods, ensuring none of them are hurt or injured in the process, sealing entry-points one by one. When all bats are gone, the last hole is sealed, and they can no longer gain entrance to your home. That’s the kind of humane approach we’ll take with all of the wildlife we remove - opossums, skunks, armadillos, snakes, and more. If you have a pest control issue, give us a call today. We can give you a free quote, and our phones are answered around the clock. We can even offer some great FREE advice! Call us now at 918-574-6296 for your Tulsa wildlife control needs.
About Pest Animal Tulsa and Our Services:
House mice are common pest animals. They can be found everywhere in a Tulsa house if it is kept
in an unclean or an unhygienic state. Mice are particularly found to be scampering in an
attic because this is a place that does not get cleaned so often. Oklahoma mice cannot be categorized
as insects and should not be killed through pest repellent chemicals and poisons, more so if
you have kids and other pets in the house.
In order to keep the Tulsa mice out of your attic, you have to first look for their entry points. How do the mice get inside the house? There may be holes in the exterior parts that give them access into the house. In addition to the holes, there may be siding gaps, vents and sections where pipes or wires go into the house. They could also enter from the roof lines. They enter through such areas and then crawl up the walls to reach the attic. They may find the attic to be the perfect hiding or nesting place, where they will not be disturbed. It is important to know their entry points because you will not be able to get rid of the mice on a permanent basis till you are clear about how they are making their way inside your house.
Once you locate the entry points, you can think about sealing these points shut. You have to remember that you should not leave any points that are larger than a quarter of an inch. Steel mesh and metal flashings can be used as Oklahoma mice will be able to chew through simple caulking or anything less tough than steel or other metals.
What makes your attic attractive to the Oklahoma mice?
To begin with, it is a safe and dry place for them to seek shelter. They like to breed here and build nests in the insulation areas as they can freely pee and poop and store their food. They like to make little runways and tunnels for themselves. An attic is small and dark and an ideal place for the mice to hide. This is one place in your house that does not have much traffic or disturbance as you may not require something from your attic on a daily basis. A dangerous side effect of Tulsa mice living up in your attic is that they can create havoc and damage on the electrical wiring by chewing on it. Mice can also spread diseases easily. Their odor is unhealthy. Once they set up a place for themselves in your attic, they can easily crawl down into the kitchen and main living room areas where they can chew on several things. They can contaminate essential food items in the pantry area.