EXPERTISE WITH CONTROL OF RATS AND MICE IN HOMES OR COMMERCIAL BUSINESS BUILDINGS BY ORGANIC OR CHEMICAL METHODS

Homeowners can take preventive measures to avert a rodent infestation. Mice and rats are flexible creatures; mice can squeeze through holes no larger than a nickel while rats can scoot through holes as small as a half dollar. Therefore, one of the first things a homeowner should do is inspect for possible entry holes, both inside and outside of the home.

Rats primarily prefer to feed on cereal grains, meats, fish, nuts, and some fruits, eating just about anything. However, rats as well as mice and many insect pests  are attracted to foods  including pet food  and trash that is left unattended outdoors. Thus, the best control of any rodent, outdoors or indoors, is sanitation and exclusion. In most cases, rats will only enter homes because it is seeking food, water, or shelter.

Sanitation: To reduce the availability of food and water, employ sanitation methods: covering or packaging all foods; keeping all food and food-preparation areas swept, mopped, and wiped clean; keeping trash areas clean; and removing or limiting exposed water.

Exclusion: To reduce the opportunity for rats that are seeking shelter to enter homes or Commercial business buildings, build out the rodents through rodent-proofing and pest proofing techniques.

Rat or Mouse Traps DIY Mice Control

Traps can be an easy and inexpensive option, as the equipment is relatively cheap and the traps, especially if unbaited, can be left in place for long periods. However all traps, baited or unbaited, must be regularly inspected, as a dead or dying rodent or a food bait can attract secondary insects and cause an infestation.

Snap Traps: These small wooden or plastic traps are one of the most effective means of capturing and killing rats and mice, and can be the most inexpensive. Wooden mouse traps can often be found packaged in sets for a few dollars, and the rodents can be removed and the traps reused. Or, if one is squeamish of removing the rodent, the trap can be discarded with the mouse attached without becoming overly expensive.

When using a snap trap to capture a rat, a larger trap specified for rat control will need to be used. The small mouse traps are not likely to kill or hold the rat, and could, instead, inhumanely injure the rodent.

Seattle Commercial Ampm pest exterminators specialize in several Commercial rodent control services, including rat removal and mouse control, rodent damage control, rodent management, rodent prevention, residential and commercial rodent control. Ampm certified Commercial pest control specialists and pest exterminator operators are trained with the most advanced rodent control techniques, ranging from rodent control through trapping to rodent damage repair and rodent prevention services for Commercial Office Buildings, Hotels, Hospitals, and Retail Stores. Commercial buildings are constructed from types of materials and design methods that vary greatly in the degree of susceptibility to rodent infestation (for example, metal and concrete versus wood). Most structures eventually become less rodent proof due to deterioration, alteration, or repair. Heating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical service, and fire sprinklers provide some of the most commonly encountered rodent entry points.

Rats, mice and other rodents can become a nuisance when in close proximity to humans. Spreading disease to both humans and household pets, rodents can also cause property damage and contaminate food sources. Ampm commercial Rodent pest Control specializes in rodent control and removal to help get rid of rodents in homes or businesses. A variety of lethal and non-lethal techniques, including exclusion, habitat modification, and trapping are available that may effectively control these pests.Food Handling Facilities and Warehouses. Businesses in which food is stored or handled are especially prone to rodent invasion. Good sanitation practices are essential. Keeping food well-sealed is very important Kitchen Area under food preparation equipment is raised above a smooth stainless steel floor, allowing for easy cleaning of food spills and open to prevent harborage.

Scraps of food can often be found in floor drains, under food preparation equipment and stored products, and around  entry areas. Outside doors are often left ajar or fit poorly due to heavy use, physical damage, or improper installation. Space under equipment mixers, stoves, counters, or refrigerators should allow easy cleaning and inspection, or be closed off completely with rodent-proof materials

Mice and rats are sometimes found using freezer and refrigerator compressor areas for harborage and water from condensation on cold coils. Mice are often found in the insulated walls of large coolers. Looking closely at corners and edges of metal, or other material covering the insulation, for rodent openings. Drains should have adequate screens or grates to prevent rodent entry. Food disposal, and damaged goods areas are often located close to food handling or storage areas and are not sealed from rodents. Areas near loading docks should be closely inspected for cracks, broken screens, damaged doors, and uneven floors near doorways. Interior loading docks served by rail cars are difficult to close due to the tracks, but rubber door guards made to fit the tracks are available and will deter rodent entry.

Rodent-infested goods in food warehouses commonly include cereals, flour, and baking mixes; waxed carton drinks; dry pet foods; dried fruits and nuts; fresh produce; paper goods; charcoal briquets, and damaged goods. Products in these categories should be kept in open, easily inspected areas, not in dark corners. Regular and routine removal of such nonsalable or nonusable products should be standard practice to enhance cleanliness and safety and to reduce harborage.

Apartments and Houses. Utility entry points include underground electrical and communication trunk lines, and exhaust vents for clothes dryers. Power lines have always been a favorite route of travel for commensal rodents, especially roof rats. Check all roof joints for tightness and presence of flashing, if rats and mice have access to the roof via wire, pipes, plants, or rough-textured walls. Also check roof and sewer vents for adequate screening and sealing, including presence of tight roof jacks.

Chimneys should be checked for properly installed flashing or for missing mortar. Rats occasionally enter buildings through toilet traps in inner-city areas with rat-infested sewer systems. In such cases, tracks and water may be found on the rim of toilet bowls. Both roof and Norway rats have been known to enter structures via the sewage system. This route usually occurs in older  established areas with poorly maintained sewer systems. Mice often enter under entry doors, through holes beside water pipes and electrical conduit, and through the cold air return ducts on forced air furnaces, especially those located in outside cabinets or garages, and underneath mobile homes.

Mice and rats often find easy access to garage areas through open doors or under and beside poor-fitting garage doors. Once in the garage, entry into the main structure along electrical lines, pipes, poorly sealed fire wall sheathing, or around furnace ducts, hot water heaters, or laundry drains.

If rodents are able to reach the attic, travel from room to room or unit to unit through openings for pipes, ducts, and wiring. Attics provide excellent harborage in winter, spring, and fall, but are often too hot during summer. Common attics, basements, or raised foundations in condominiums and apartments are a frequent source of rodent infestation.

Roof vent Poorly installed light-gauge roof vent, allowing easy access of rodents between roofing and base of vent. Gaps were large enough to allow rats and pigeons to enter.Once a rodent gets into the attic, inside entry to the fireplace void is often easy because of poorly fitted sheeting or metal collars. Entry to the inside of the fireplace is made from the damper area or cool air and warm air returns on units that provide for air circulation around the firebox. When the fireplace is in use, the heat will prevent rodent entry. If the outside cannot be sealed, glass doors that seal the burn area are recommended to prevent rodent entry throughout the year. Cracked and missing mortar, or poorly fitted siding or plaster, may allow entry through brick or rock fireplaces.

Tile or shake shingle roofs allow rodent entry if the roof is not solidly sheeted with plywood or similar material and the tile is not properly fitted and grouted. Vents without tightly fitted double roof jacks also facilitate access to rodents.

A source of harborage for rats and mice, are fireplaces especially the newer preconstructed zero clearance sheet metal units that eliminate the need for concrete mortar and brick. A hollow space is left in the siding and the fireplace support framing between the outside wall and the fireplace. Rats and mice can enter this area from the outside via the roof joint, between the siding and decorative wood corner trim, around gas pipes, or outside wood storage doors.

Once a rodent gets into the attic, inside entry to the fireplace void is often easy because of poorly fitted sheeting or metal collars. Entry to the inside of the fireplace is made from the damper area or cool air and warm air returns on units that provide for air circulation around the firebox. When the fireplace is in use, the heat will prevent rodent entry. If the outside cannot be sealed, glass doors that seal the burn area are recommended to prevent rodent entry throughout the year. Cracked and missing mortar, or poorly fitted siding or plaster, may allow entry through brick or rock fireplaces. Tile or shake shingle roofs allow rodent entry if the roof is not solidly sheeted with plywood or similar material and the tile is not properly fitted and grouted. Vents without tightly fitted double roof jacks also facilitate access to rodents.

Gaps or flaws in foundations and slabs, or where the wall framing meets the foundation or slab floor, may provide large enough openings for rodent entry. Older buildings commonly have cracked foundations, cracked plaster or mortar, warped siding, or broken and torn vent screens. Wood or masonite siding is especially vulnerable to warping and cracking near corners and around the base of the building. Old, unused holes where utilities formerly entered the structure are also common, especially in raised foundation and basement homes. Window screens are often left off or fit poorly in older, low-cost apartments and homes, allowing rodent entry from exterior utility lines and pipes running along exterior walls. Runways going to window ledges are often observed on stucco and brick walls and in ornamental plantings next to buildings.

Manufacturing Plants and Farm Buildings. Overhead or underground pipes, conveyor belts, and augers commonly found in farm buildings and factories are often used as entry points and routes into and between buildings. Such equipment, particularly if abandoned, may provide harborage as well as food. Rodent-proofing these areas is not easy if the equipment is still in use.

Gap in garage door:Rodent barrier or guard used between steps, foundation, or other sources of rodent entry and the loading dock doors when doors must be left open at night. Large gap between roll-up warehouse door frame and wall, allowing for easy rodent access.Utility entry points must be constantly monitored for excess openings caused by equipment repair, installation, or modification. Outside walls and doors must also be monitored for damage from equipment or livestock and for damage or wear from heavy use. If work patterns require doors to be open during hours of darkness, when rodent entry is most likely, rodent barriers may be needed, such as a solid fence or wall or a metal wing wall between the foundation and adjacent loading dock areas.

Buildings constructed with ribbed or corrugated metal siding allow rodent entry if the bottoms of the siding panels do not rest flat on a solid surface or they are not otherwise closed off. Sections of prefabricated buildings should be assembled tightly, and gaps at joints should be covered with metal flashing. Often, however, they are left open, especially at corners and at the foundation/slab interface.

Roll-up or overhead doors often provide easy entry for rodents, birds, and bats. With the door closed, check for gaps along the sides, bottom, and top of the door. A gap at the top is common. Rats and mice can easily climb up the space between the door and the inner wall or track to the top, where they gain entry and climb down the inside of the track. Gaps between the track and the wall are also common, especially if the track has been installed on brick walls. Door bottoms may be bent or damaged, leaving gaps along the floor. Uneven floors due to frost heaves may leave gaps when the door is closed.

Screens on windows, crawl spaces, and vents are often damaged in farm and industrial buildings. Check these carefully for needed repair or replacement.

One of the greatest challenges in farm buildings is preventing feed and seed from being a food source for rodents. Good sanitation practices are very important. Clean up spilled feed, and store feed and seed in rodent-proof buildings and containers. Keep sacked materials off the floor when possible. This facilitates for rats mice inspections and reduces harborage.

Pest control Exclusion Methods: Excluding rodents from livestock and poultry operations is another challenge due to livestock and manure management and various animal husbandry practices. Nevertheless, rodent-proofing is important and can be accomplished. Many of the entry points already identified for other types of structures apply to farm buildings. Additional problem areas include insulated walls used for harborage, feed bins, and portable feed bunks.

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COMMERCIAL LANDLORD RESPONSIBILITY TO HANDLE A BED BUG PROBLEM IN RENTAL UNITS

Through increased travel and the decreased use of pesticides, bedbugs are on the rise again. Today, as many as 90% of pest controllers report receiving calls about bedbugs. Unfortunately, many hotels are becoming infested, putting customers at risk of being bitten or worse, bringing bedbugs home. Fear not, however, as there are ways to protect bedding.

Tenant’s Right to Know About a History of Bed Bug Problems in a Rental Property: Most tenants don’t want to move into a rental unit that has problems such as flooding, and several states have laws requiring these types of landlord disclosures. For details on states that require landlord disclosure of bed bug problems, bed-bug-pest-control.info

Bed bug problems happen to even the best of apartments. Bed bugs can catch a ride in suitcases, used furniture, second hand mattresses or even on clothing. Bed bugs can travel from other apartments into another building.Here’s how to deal with a bed bug infestation.  (Hint: Leave it to pest control for bed bugs professionals)

Report the Bed Bug Problem to the Landlord

If there is a  suspicion of a bed bugs infestation, contact the landlord or manager right away. The landlord should bring in a qualified exterminators to inspect for and measure the concentration of bed bugs in the rental and all adjoining units. It is the responsibility of the landlord to give  proper notice of entry for the exterminator’s inspections. In Washington Seattle have specific laws on the books covering landlord and tenant duties regarding bed bug infestations.

Get Ready for an Exterminator’s Inspection

Try to get information  beforehand as to what to expect from an inspection. Typically, a pest control for bed bugs professional will examine the bedrooms (such as mattresses and bedding). As well as look closely into drawers, closets, and shelves.  A pest control for bed bug professional will also determine the source, and attempt to confirm where the bed bugs originated, and learn whether and how the problem spread. Inspecting the infestation may also help determine when a particular rental unit became infested, which the landlord may use to apportion financial responsibility for the extermination.

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs, Exterminators usually recommend that tenants in bed bug-infested units take the following steps: 

Remove all clutter. Remove all items from closets, shelves, and drawers,

Wash all bedding and clothing and put washed items in sealed plastic bags.

Thoroughly vacuum.

Leave the premises during the exterminator’s treatment.

Destroy infested items that can’t be treated such as a mattress.

Keep in mind that the exterminators instructions must be followed. If the exterminator’s advice is not taken seriously the bed bugs may reappear. Which will result in starting the whole process all over again.

Financial responsibility for Bed Bug Extermination and Relocation Costs

It is the Landlord’s responsibility to provide habitable housing and must pay for the bed bugs infestation. In some states such as seattle, this duty is explicit. But, determining who introduced the bed bugs and who must foot the bill is often very difficult in multi-unit buildings: Many tenants may be moving in and out. Some may have recently traveled abroad  and brought home bed bugs, and others may have picked up used furniture that contained bed bugs. As a result, landlords under their insurance policies) often end up footing the bill for extermination and relocation costs in properties with several rental units. Long-term renters of a single-family home may easily  be saddled with the cost because there won’t be any other residents to turn to. If the landlord fails to take care of a major bed bug problem, it may be possible to withhold rent. Or use the repair and deduct remedy to cover costs such as extermination, break the lease, move out early or even sue the landlord for damages. Eradicating bed bug infestations caused by the tenant, however, can be the tenant’s financial responsibility. If the tenant is clearly the source of the bed bug problem, renters’ insurance should cover the costs of moving out and replacing any ruined belongings.

Commercial Exterminators for Bed Bugs: Estimated Cost of Bedbug Removal-Check Prices

Bed bugs can be a very itchy problem for homeowners or apartment tenants! Not only are those annoying, blood-sucking pests that often reside in mattresses liable to leave you with a rash, but getting rid of them will cost some money, too.

DIY Bed Bug Control Products Cost

DIY bed bug control products can cost as little as $20 to $60, but many homeowners end up having to spend much more than the initial investment. This is because bed bugs usually can’t be completely eliminated with just one spray or DIY treatment. In the long run, homeowners may end up spending just as much money on DIY products as would on a professional Bed bug exterminator.

Professional Bed Bug Costs to Exterminate

The cost to exterminate bed bugs will depend on how long it will take to prepare the home or commercial building for a bed bugs treatment and, the size of an infestation and a number of other factors. In most cases, the cost to remove and exterminate bed bugs in a home will run somewhere between $500 and $1500.

Look for an exterminator that charges a case-by-case fee, not a flat rate. There are a number of ways to remove bed bugs, and the differences between methods result in differences in cost. Exterminators that charge flat fees are usually much more expensive because set a high standard fee that will cover the cost of any type of bed bug removal method. In order to be assured a fair price, the exterminator must actually inspect the home and recommend treatments based on the actual conditions.

Talk to more than one pest control professional. While usually need to pay for an inspection, paying the money to have at least two exterminators look at the property and give a quote for removal can help save in the long run.

The most effective bed bug removal methods will involve more than just a heat treatment, freezing or pesticides. Cleaning, fumigating, steaming and other methods are usually combined in an effective, comprehensive treatment. If one pest control professional is charging way less than others, thats a red flag.

Ask about licensing and insurance. Make sure that the pest control professional  is licensed to do business in the state washington and fully insured in case something goes wrong during the treatment.

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COMMERCIAL LANDLORD RESPONSIBILITY TO HANDLE A BED BUG PROBLEM IN RENTAL UNITS

POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS OR HOMES CAUSE PEST CONTROL ISSUES SO DOES LEAD IN WATER TO HUMAN HEALTH

A pest control service can help determine the scope of problem as well as help establish a plan to minimize the chances that pests will return. By the time rodents, cockroaches, Ants, Bed bugs or other insect are noticed in homes, it may already be too late. The sign of a single pest can indicate a much larger problem. An experienced pest control expert will narrow down the problem in a short period of time.

Expert suggestions for making houses or commercial business buildings unwelcome to bugs and other uninvited pests.

Make seasonal checks: Rodents seek shelter during cold winter months, so it’s important to check your homes for areas that may be susceptible to entry by tiny animals. Even small cracks in the foundation or small holes in the roof can be an invitation to squirrels, mice and other animals and bugs to enter your home.

Remove any wood piles or debris: Small animals and insects often take shelter in moist and dark areas. Don’t allow soil or mulch to build up around the foundation. Firewood should be stored away from the home.

Trim tree limbs and branches near the home: Animals like squirrels and raccoons can scurry across them to make their way into attics. Hiring a pest control service company to cut back overhanging limbs can remove a possible point of entry.

Seal holes or openings in windows and doors: Make sure they are properly sealed and caulked to prevent entry from small critters and insects. This will also make your home more energy efficient.

Secure containers indoors and outdoors: Make sure garbage cans and reycling bins are sealed and placed away from the house. If composting is done, consider doing so in a closed-top bin, and keep it as far from homes as possible.

Clean the kitchen: Clear food from all surfaces, clean dishes every night, and sweep floors of crumbs. To pests, kitchens could be perceived as a buffet, keeping it free of food that’s easily accessible.

Schedule regular inspections: Regular pest inspectons will avoid  an infestation or pest problem, have a professional periodically inspect and treat homes or commercial business buildings before one occurs. Ask about potential problems with termites, bed bugs or rodents.

“If you’re like me, you’d rather not share your space with wasps, spiders, stink bugs and other pests that often become more visible in the fall, any more than you want to see cockroaches, termites or other bugs that cause problems year-round. Fortunately, pest control pros have mechanical and chemical methods tokeep homes or buildings less inviting to creepy crawlies.”

Hiring pest control: “It’s a good idea to identify a reputable pest control pro for any critter crisis. Back in the spring, I had to call pest control to deal with wood-eating bees that had settled on our swing set and were scaring the kids.”

To stop many insect problems before they get a chance to start, consider contracting for periodic preventive services. These usually come with guarantees and can cost $230 to $350 for an annual visit, $80 to $100 for quarterly, and $40 to $60 for monthly service. Be aware that some pest control services provide or focus on eco-friendly products and procedures.

Steps to take before hiring a pest control company:

 

  • Determine if state or locality requires licensing, including for the use of certain pesticides or chemicals, and verify that the pest control service pro is appropriately licensed.
  • Confirm that liability and workers compensation insurance is in place, as well as bonding.
  • Check consumer reviews before hiring.
  • Get a detailed plan in writing.
  • Be sure to understand all costs and procedures.
  • Determine what guarantees are offered and understand the process to follow if the treatment doesn’t work.
    Let’s face it; pests and bugs are a part of life. The natural order of existence demands that creatures thrive in the great outdoors, but unfortunately, their adaptability has allowed them to sometimes flourish in the homes of humans.

Although such infestations can be rather annoying, they aren’t super expensive to get rid of, in fact, there are plenty of effective, affordable pest control methods, most of which do not include the use or application of harmful chemicals. The need of an expensive specialist to rid of bothersome bugs is not necessary, but if  contending with an extremely large, voracious, or damaging infestation, some professional pest control inspectionsassistance should be sought out immediately.

Pest control services are expensive Home remedies that cost way less recommended

Controlling ants organically: Most ant species are easy to control, and although you may be tempted to ignore one or two ants, this is often the best time to attack them. Simply combine 1/8 teaspoons of powdered boric acid with 1/2 teaspoon of honey and pour the concoction into a few bottle caps. Then place the caps anywhere you have seen ant trails or scout ants. Boric acid will only cost about $5 dollars for 12 ounces, and the honey is only a few bucks at any supermarket. The sweetness of the honey will instantly attract ants, and it won’t be long until the entire ant farm is laced with poison. Before you apply this method, make sure to keep it away from children and pets, as ants aren’t the only creatures who like sweet treats.

Natural cockroach control: Although there are thousands of different cockroach species, there are a few affordable pest control methods that are effective on almost all of them. Each recipe for cockroach control will only cost a few bucks, and chances are you already have the ingredients in your kitchen cupboard. Equal parts of baking soda and powdered sugar placed in a shallow bowl will do wonders on cockroach control. This sweet concoction will attract roaches quickly, and the included baking soda will kill them with ease. You can also kill cockroaches instantly by using a spray bottle filled with water and Ivory soap. The soapy mixture is lethal to these types of invasive pests.

How to be free of Bed bugs: A very simple and effective mixture can be created in your own kitchen for just a few dollars. You will need 25 drops of pennyroyal oil and eucalyptus oil, one teaspoon of “Cloud Nine” (a mixture of essential oils found in health-food stores), and a spray bottle. Add the oils to the spray bottle and fill with water. Let the concoction sit for 20 minutes before generously misting carpets, pets, clothing, furniture or beds. This mixture is all natural, nontoxic and each ingredient will only cost about $2 to $5.

Simple cheap remedy for termites: Mix four tablespoons of grape jelly, three tablespoons of canned cat food, and one tablespoon of boric acid for a quick and effective termite solution. Place a pinch of this recipe into any area you think termites might be nesting and wait. Hopefully, the workers will bring this mixture to feed the queen and offspring (much like ants), and the boric acid will go to work. Be sure to repeat this process a few times a year.

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POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS OR HOMES CAUSE PEST CONTROL ISSUES SO DOES LEAD IN WATER TO HUMAN HEALTH

ATTIC CRAWLSPACE RESTORATION FOR MICE AND RAT ERADICATION IN SEATTLE KING COUNTY REGION

Attic rodents contaminate every area they come in contact with breeding, littering eating and even dying. Rodents living in the attic leave behind urine, poop, body oils, grease, animal pheromones (which attract even more animals) and unwanted germs and disease in your attic. Animals (rodents particularly) are creatures of opportunity and naturally look for a safe shelter to live and breed they will find any small hole, gap or other entry point leading into your attic for that purpose.

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Rodents can also cause damage by chewing and gnawing on building systems like electrical wiring, doors, and weather strip. Since most home fires are caused by electrical problems, and rodents like to chew on wires, rodents can represent a significant risk to your home and family. Rodent dropping can also carry Hanta Virus as well as other allergens, toxins, and bacteria.

Attic Crawlspace Restoration Service offer eradication of rat trouble at home or commercial buildings particularly in the less often visited areas of the buildings like basements and attics. Rodents are quite common in the areas of Washington and several households in Seattle complain about having rats in their house that keep on damaging property and leave waste sitting around across the house that is very bad to look at, not to mention health hazardous. Mice can cause serious diseases in human beings and if a rat bites a person, serious medical attention is required. This is so because mice and rats are amongst the filthiest animals that can possibly lurk around human beings. Extermination is the only way to get rid of the mice that live in one’s building and then to keep them from coming again.

Mice are smaller whereas rats are much bigger but there is no difference between the threat that these two species cause and the methods that are used for killing them. It is very important to kill rats that reside in one’s house because they can contaminate food and other utility items that they come in contact with making those items unhealthy for human usage. While these rodents are rare to be found in the more often visited parts of the house like the living room and hallways, they are found in the lesser visited parts of the house like basements and attics as well as kitchens just because there is abundance of food there. But as the night falls, the entire house begins to squeak and creak with the presence of these rodents as this is the time when they are more actively searching for food.

Setting out traps and cages might kill a couple of big rats but that simply makes the others learn about not falling for them and hence this method fails for a long term solution. The same goes for the poison pills laid down for rats to eat with a difference that they raise the risk of consumption by a human child many fold. The sole effective and long lasting way to get rid of mice is through calling upon exterminators to kill them and to stop them from reappearing.

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ATTIC CRAWLSPACE RESTORATION FOR MICE AND RAT ERADICATION IN SEATTLE KING COUNTY REGION