In EarthKind's Learning Center, you will find helpful information on how best to get rid of the rats and which methods REALLY work. After all, the last thing anyone wants is for a rodent to show up where it doesn't belong...
Rodents commonly seek protective shelter in homes, attics, basements, garages, barns, outbuildings, cabins, automobiles, boats and recreational vehicles. They are also active in commercial buildings, especially restaurants and storage facilities.Learn More
If you have a rodent infestation in your home, shed or barn, you are likely scrambling for a way to control the problem. You could get a cat, but there is no guarantee that the cat would actually be a mouser, and you may not want to expose a household pet to the risks that come with chasing mice and rats.
Another option would be to set traps or put out poison, but that is not always ideal because of safety issues.Learn More
Rodents have plagued mankind for centuries, most notably in the dark ages where rodents helped to spread one of the worst pandemics in human history, the Black Plague. This disease ravaged Europe, wiping out large amounts of its population in a matter of years. While the Black Plague is a thing of the past, other diseases and parasites from rodents still bring considerable health risks and property damage.Learn More
Getting rid of rats can be quite a chore. There are usually two options for ridding your home, farm, or business of these pesky, unwanted rats: kill the rats or make them leave.Learn More
You can find advice for getting rid of rats almost anywhere. Everyone that has ever had a rat problem has a favorite method for making sure these rodents take up residence somewhere else. With all the different ways of getting rid of rats, there is just one rule that you need to keep in mind when you decide how you are going to attack your rat problem.Learn More
You head down to the basement to throw some laundry in the wash. You flip on the light and jump back in fright. Skittering behind a box in the corner is alarge furry creature, with beady eyes and a long tail. It is a rat! You stifle a scream to avoid alarming your neighbors to your fear of rats.Learn More
If you have a rodent problem, you want results from your rat repellent. Fancy products are simply not important to you. You want confidence that the product you are buying will, in fact, keep rats out. Here are the top rat repellents everyone should be using.Learn More