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What do you do if you have a rodent in your house?

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think about it. You just ignore the problem, hoping that eventually it will go away on its own. But what happens when it doesn’t go away? What happens when you find more and more evidence of rodents in your home?

The first impulse may to be to attempt some D.I.Y. solutions. If you’re currently of the fence, you might like to know that almost all of our customers who try to do it themselves before reaching out have added restoration and remediation expenses since these litter critters wreak havoc on your home’s crawlspaces, insulation and sanitary conditions.

What kills rodents instantly? 

When it comes to killing rodents you have many different choices, but very few actually kill them instantly. The best way to get rid of rodents is with an instant death solution. These are products that can be used by anyone at anytime without having to call a professional exterminator.

Here are some examples:

Rat-Killer Gel – This product works great for getting rid of rats in your attic or basement. It is safe for use around children and pets. Just spray it onto the infested area, wait 10 minutes and then vacuum up any dead rat bodies.

Instant Death Spray – This product is also known as “Instant Kill” and it has been proven to work against mice, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, skunks, bats and other pests. Simply spray this into their nests, burrows or dens and they will die within seconds.

Rat & Mouse Trap – This trap is designed to catch both rats and mice. Once the animal steps inside the trap, it gets stuck and dies. There are several types of traps available. Some are baited and others aren’t.

Poison Sprays & Pesticides – These sprays are not only effective, but they are also much safer than using poisons from a store bought container. They come in aerosol cans and liquid form.




Reach out and give us an idea of what you're dealing with. If it's pest related, we can perform an inspection on site at no additional cost.


We'll perform a comprensive and transparent inspection before presenting you with your options


No matter the extent of your problem, we're equipped to handle it professionally and quickly.

How do you stop a rodent infestation?

How do you stop a rodent infestation?

While it seems deceptively simple, there are many different phases and steps in order to completely eradicate your rodent infestation permanently. While many people think it’s as simple as killing the rats that are already in the home, this simply won’t do the job on it’s own.

The first step is to determine whether or not you have a rat problem at all. If you don’t see any signs of rodents in your home, then there isn’t really anything for you to worry about. However, if you do notice evidence of them living inside your house, then you’re going to need to take some action. The next thing you want to do is contact an exterminator who can help you get rid of these pests once and for all.

Once you have identified the presence of rodents in your home, the next step is to seal off any entry points where they could possibly enter your home. For example, if you live in an apartment building, make sure that you check each unit to ensure that no one else is harboring rodents. Also, make sure that you keep trash containers sealed so that rodents cannot gain access to food and water.

You should also consider sealing cracks and holes in your walls and ceilings. Make sure that you inspect every inch of your home for possible entry points.

Another important thing to remember is that you must remove any items such as pet food, bird seed, etc. that attract rodents. In addition, you’ll want to clean up any areas where you’ve seen rodents scurrying around.

Finally, you’ll want to monitor your home for new signs of rodent activity. When you find any sign of them, immediately seal off the area and contact an exterminator right away.

How long does it take to get rid of a rodent infestation?


 The amount of time it takes to get rid of a rodent infestation depends on the extent of the problem, including the amount of repair and restoration required. Reach out today for a free quote!

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Who We Are

We’re the full service, top-to-bottom, pest solutions company that you can trust.

A Few Words about Us

Customer Satisfaction Is Our #1 Priority

Tri County Trappers is a second generation, family owned business with decades of experience. We boast a 100% customer satisfaction rating and back it up with a quality guarantee. Unlike many of the faceless corporate competitors who will not be named, we also offer industry-leading warranties.

In addition to our commitment to the company’s customer-centric values, we bring a level of service to the table that our customers find extremely refreshing. Since the principal of the company, Benjamin Boothe, oversees every single job, you can be sure you’ll be 100% confident in your decision to work with us.

This is because following every inspection, you’ll be provided with an array of options to suit your pest issues. We provide you with a full rundown of the problem, what’s causing it, and how to keep it from ever happening again.


We aim to be Southern California's #1 Trapping Specialists

We have the experience and track record to be Southern California’s #1 Trapping Specialists. Each and every opportunity we have the pleasure of servicing is treated as we would our own family members.


To provide each of our customers with the best experience they'll ever have with a pest control company.​

Whether you’re a homeowner, a property manager, or a real estate agent, we promise to deliver a level of service  at prices our competitors can’t match. 

Following our initial service and prior to, you can rest assured in the principal’s 24/7 emergency availability and a cohesive experience. Nobody wants to deal with 3+ people and 10 different meetings when working on what should be a quick, easy, and simple solution to your problems.