There are two common rats in the Mid-South that cause problems for individuals; one is the Roof rat, the second is the Norway rat. Both species can have up to four to six litters a year with each litter having six to twelve babies. And those babies can start reproducing by the age of three months.

When rats are found in your home, this can be hazardous because they are known to carry several diseases and could chew on wires that could potentially cause a fire. Rats can enter your home through holes as small as a quarter. Having a certified technician come out and make a thorough inspection and devise a proper treatment for exclusion and elimination of any entry points and infestations could help prevent any of these hazards from occurring.