Insecticides & Rodenticides

Insects can be difficult at times to treat and, in some cases of bad infestations, there is no fast overnight solution. You need to work with your biologist towards a pest-free environment. When trying to rid your home of rodents there is a process to accomplishing this difficult task at times. It will begin with trapping, repairs/exclusion, and sanitation once rodents are gone to remove scent trails and neutralize bacteria from accessible areas. When these steps have been completed, implement rodent bait stations (RBS), which have rodenticides (poisons) secured inside, to control outdoor populations. This process is necessary in controlling rodent populations.

Trapping for rodents will only temporarily solve your problem. If access points are not properly sealed up rodents WILL be back or you may never catch all of the trap shy animals. At Bauer Wildlife, we specialize in locating access points in your home from the outside and performing repairs and exclusions to prevent future entry.

Since rodents can be persistent at regaining entry and can fit through the tiniest of areas, rodent bait stations are used to control populations outside of your most valuable investment, your house. The stations are designed to attract rodents. After multiple feedings, they will perish outside of your home.

Many pest control companies will disperse rodenticides inside your home and will tell you they then need to go to water. However, this isn’t necessarily the case. Think about it this way. When you’re sick, do you want to leave home? Neither do rodents.

Putting out poison is easier and cheaper, but you may end up with dead animals in your home. Understanding the correct process for rodent removal and utilizing a monthly service to control the outdoor population is pivotal in living in a rodent-free home.

Areas Served:

At Bauer Wildlife, we service the greater Milwaukee area, Fox Valley / Fox Cities, Green Bay, Minocqua, Door County, Wisconsin Dells, Southern WI, Central WI and Northern Wisconsin areas with pest control and live trapping.