Have rodents started living and possibly breeding in your attic or crawl space? If this is happening to you, it is imperative to hire a wildlife removal company that specializes in rodent control. It is not easy to remove rodents from a home if they have sought shelter. Experienced and proven exclusion methods are needed for rodent removal.  

Potential Rodent Damages

Rodents can cause a vast number of diseases and can make your home messy and unhygienic. Rodents typically look for places that can offer them shelter and food. This is why homes tend to be the perfect place for them to live. They prefer to live in attics, gardens and yards, as they look for dark and cool places for shelter. To prevent rodents from entering your home, you must seal all the small entry points to your house.  

  • Leave droppings behind

  • Eat drywall and tear insulation

  • Destroy property and belongings

  • Die in your walls, creating foul odors

  • Damage to timber and other natural resources

  • Make disturbing noises in your walls and attic

  • Chew through wires, pipes, brickwork and destroy insulation

  • Damage to your lawn by eating plants, fruits and vegetables

Eliminate Your Infestation Before It Starts

Traditional pest control tools eliminate rats quickly when populations boom. Without fertility control, it only takes two rats to initiate a rebound, growing the population back to its original size or larger within a matter of months. Left unchecked, two adult rats can be responsible for the birth of up to 15,000 descendants after a year. Go Pro Wildlife offers Elevate Bait System™ with ContraPest to wipe out roof rat infestations before they start with Birth Control for Rats™. Once deployed, their departure is simply a matter of time.


The true size of a rat infestation can be difficult to pinpoint, but using ContraPest monthly will allow for continuous consumption by any new, unobserved rats.


Deploying ContraPest together with other methods, including lethal measures, can speed up the process because it targets both ends of the life cycle: birth and death.


As rat populations decrease over time, less ContraPest may be required, resulting in more efficiency.