It is extremely serious if rats are getting into your home even if they are not entering a direct living area. Any rat problem inside the home must be treated urgently.
Rats in the garden and other external areas can also be high risk, particularly in areas used by children or pets.
It is important to know how to get rid of rats in the garden to reduce the risk of them trying to enter the home.
Special care is needed for properties with integral garages or with dog or cat flaps as rats can use these to get into the home.
Rats pose a significant health risk to humans and our pets. Common diseases carried by rats include Salmonella, Weil’s disease, E.coli and TB.
Rats also carry fleas, mites and ticks and can cause acute allergic reactions.
At Rentokil, we are experts in getting rid of rats quickly and efficiently. We can offer advice on how to get rid of rats as well as a professional service to get rid of the rat problem for you.
We offer you a convenient rat service with:
Call Rentokil Pest Control Ireland on 1890 666 444 for further advice on how to get rid of rats in your home or to arrange a visit by a technician.
Rats are nocturnal and usually hide from humans, so the typical signs of rats in the house are:
Do you have rats in the kitchen? Or rats in the attic? If not treated, a rat infestation can quickly take hold.
If you want to stop rats getting into your house, then the first defence against rats is to proof your home.
Rat Proof Your Home & Prevent Rats
Although there is a range of amateur DIY rat control products available to help get rid of rats in low risk areas, we do recommend that you get professional pest control for high risk areas, for rat activity in living areas or if there are repeated problems with rats.
Rentokil service technicians provide highly targeted treatment to deal with any rat problem and will advise on how to keep your home free of rats in the future.
Call Rentokil Pest Control Ireland on 1890 666 444 for more information on how to get rid of rats or to arrange a visit by a technician.