Rodents can damage buildings, contaminate food, and transmit diseases to people. The rodent family includes over 2,000 species of rats, mice , gophers, voles, beavers and more. They're also adaptable, capable of learning by trial and error. As a result, people who need to control them have always struggled to "build a better mouse-trap."
A market worth $1.4 billion in the U.S. and $45 billion worldwide
Annual sales of rodenticides in the United States can be estimated to be $1.4 billion. In other nations, crop damage by rats impacts both human survival and that of various endangered species. Globally, over $40 billion is spent on rodent control. Despite all efforts to control them, rodents are a persistent problem resulting in over $27 billion in annual losses in the United States alone. They cause infrastructure damage, crop loss, food contamination and disease. In SouthEast Asia, 1/3 of the rice crop is damaged by field rice rats. A mere 10% increase in rice production would feed an additional 380 million people.
With years of experience, we work to deliver unique solutions — rooted in science — that protect every home. With award-winning training and advanced technology, we will look for conditions that invite rodent, tackle current infestations, and stop the life cycle to prevent future invaders. With extensive training in all areas of termite control combined with industry-leading technology, DM Pest Control will know the type of rodent you have and how best to get rid of them.