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Rodent Removal in Baltimore, MD!!!

Disease-spreading rodents, like mice and rats, are pests that you never want to see inside your home. They can contaminate food and destroy walls and furnishings, and the damage they cause by gnawing on electrical wiring can potentially cause fires.

If you have a rodent problem in your Baltimore home, it’s especially important to hire a team of professional exterminators to handle it quickly. At Brody Brothers Pest Control, our team is highly trained on rodent removal and the best methods to getting them out of your home.

To schedule rodent removal in Baltimore or a surrounding area, give us a call at (410) 653-2121 or contact us online!

How Do Rodents Get into Your Home?

Mice and rats can find many different ways into your home. They can squeeze through very small holes or cracks in foundations, climb up a rain spout and enter through an attic opening, or travel through sewer lines. If you have a space around an area where a pipe is entering your home, a rodent can find it and make itself (and its family) at home.

At Brody Brothers, we know how to find all these hidden pathways and how to plug them up to prevent further invasions into your home or business. Our professional rodent exterminators in Baltimore will rid your home or business of any pests that have taken up residence.

If you’d like to know more about the specific rodent pests that are likely to invade your home, check out the following pages or call Brody Brothers for a professional consultation:

Our Rodent Removal Process

To achieve the best results for home and business owners, Brody Brothers takes an integrated management approach to rodent extermination. We will:

  • Perform a thorough inspection of your property to identify entryways
  • Work with you to seal any access holes
  • Help you eliminate any conditions that are attracting rodents to your home or business
  • Locate any spots where the rodents have already settled in and use targeted treatments to eliminate their presence
  • Continue to work with you on an ongoing basis to prevent future rodent invasions

Don’t let rodents ruin your food, your home, or your peace of mind. Choose professional rodent removal services by calling Brody Brothers today at (410) 653-2121!

How to Deter Rodents from Your Baltimore Home

It’s easier (and healthier) to keep rats and mice out of your home than it is to get rid of them once they’ve nested and started reproducing. To keep rats out for good, we recommend our Home Protection Plan, which relieves you of all your pest control duties.

From a “do-it-yourself” perspective, here are a few tips to prevent rodent infestations:

  • Carefully check the foundation of your home and seal up even tiny holes, cracks, or spaces around pipe entryways
  • Caulk around doors and windows to prevent rodents from entering
  • Trim overhanging branches away from the house so rodents can’t use them to climb into the attic
  • Make sure trash cans are always kept tightly sealed
  • Seal off potential food sources like pet food or bird seed in tightly-lidded, metal containers

Don’t risk your family’s health or your own peace of mind. Give Brody Brothers a call today at (410) 653-2121 and we’ll deal with your rodent problem quickly and effectively.

Why Choose Brody Brothers for Rodent Removal in Baltimore, Maryland?

Don’t live in a home infested with mice and rats. It’s uncomfortable, unhealthy, and unsafe—and you deserve a quality lifestyle. At Brody Brothers, we offer rodent removal services throughout Baltimore, Howard, and Carroll County, Maryland.

To schedule rodent removal in the Baltimore area, call us at (410) 653-2121 or dropping us a note online.

Areas we service: Clarksville, Dayton, Ellicott City, Columbia, Marriottsville, Woodstock, Sykesville, Woodbine, Finksburg, Hampstead, Manchester, Reisterstown, Upperco, Westminister, New Windsor, Baltimore, Raspeburg, Gywnn Oak, Pikesville, Mt. Washington, Roland Park, Govans, Clifton, Arlington, Druid, Franklin, Highlandtown, Catonsville, Carroll, Morrell Park, Parkville, Nottingham, Rosedale, Northwood, Baldwin, Cockeysville, Hunt Valley, Glen Arm, Glyndon, Lutherville, Timonium, Monkton, Owings Mills, Parkton, Perry Hall, Phoenix, Randallstown, Sparks, Glencoe, Stevenson, White Hall, White Marsh, Sparrows Point, Essex, Middle River, Dundalk, Towson.

Areas we service in Montgomery County: Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Rockville, Olney, Potomac, Bethesda, Laurel, Highland, Glen Echo, Chevy Chase, Cabin John, Brookeville, Poolesville, Barnesville, Dickerson, Derwood, Sandy Spring, Ashton, Brinklow, Burtonsville

Frequently Asked Questions about Rodents

Rodents are a type of mammal with strong incisor teeth that constantly grow in upper and lower jaws, and they include mice and rats. Types of rodents that often cause problems in people’s homes and businesses include Norway rats (also known as sewer rats or wharf rats), house mice, and field mice.

Common rodents found in Maryland:

Norway rats are big, dangerous invaders that contaminate or destroy food supplies, introduce fleas, ticks, and mites into homes and businesses, and carry diseases in their urine and feces, including salmonella, E-coli and a respiratory virus called Hantavirus.

House mice can be sneaky creatures that slip through the tiniest holes in buildings, with their droppings contaminating food and food prep areas. They can bring fleas, ticks, and lice into your home or business, along with salmonella and other diseases.

Field mice carry Hantavirus and Lyme disease and can gnaw on electrical wiring, causing fires. Field mice (also known as deer mice) can easily hide in your home and damage upholstered furniture, mattresses and more while collecting comfortable materials for their nests.

To get started with Baltimore rodent control services, or Montgomery County rodent control services, contact us online or call (410) 653-2121 (Baltimore region) or (301) 637-0178 (Montgomery County).
If you see just one rodent in your house, it’s time to contact a rodent exterminator. If you see one, you almost certainly have more. And, if you haven’t yet seen them, signs include rat or mouse droppings in your home or business. Mouse droppings are small and smooth, while rat droppings are at least half an inch long, shiny and black. You’ll likely spot them in dirt-like piles, often along walls.

Also look for teeth and claw marks on baseboards. You might also see smears along them, since rats and mice often travel near walls, and you might spot footprints.

Also, listen. Do you hear squeaking sounds? Unexplainable scratching noises? Do you have cats that are clearly on the alert, exhibiting stalking behavior? Are your dogs agitated? Other animals often notice rodents before humans do. If you have dogs, be especially proactive in calling a rodent exterminator because dogs may be vulnerable to diseases carried by rats and mice.

If you have reason to suspect you have rats and/or mice in Maryland home or business, contact us online or call (410) 653-2121.
Our rodent removal process starts with a conversation with you, to find out what you’ve observed and how we can help. We then conduct a thorough investigation of your property, with multiple goals, including:

-Inspection
-Sealing entry points
-Maintaining regular service

We use an integrated management approach for homes and businesses to achieve the best rodent extermination results. Our experts know when rodents are likely to be active in your area, and can strategically provide the best elimination strategies and proactive services to prevent additional invasions.
Unfortunately, Baltimore rates in the top ten rattiest cities to live in the US. Overall, the rattiest area in the country is the Midwest, which isn’t surprising because rats get cold and look for cozy places to nest—and your warm home or business fits the bill. And, although Norway rats, for example, can be quite large, they can slip into your property if there’s a hole the size of a quarter. As for mice, they only need a hole the size of a dime.

These rodents spread multiple diseases, contaminate food and food preparation areas, destroy walls, furniture and more. They can potentially cause fires as they gnaw through your electrical wiring and otherwise cause significant damage to your home or business. So, if you have a rodent problem, it’s crucial that you remove them quickly, and our team of professional rodent exterminators are highly trained in the best methods.
Our pest control team is highly experienced and extensively trained in the best methods of rodent removal. Our rodent control methods have been through a long process of approval. The safety of your kids and pets are extremely important to us! We strive to provide the most progressive services and use the lowest-risk products available on the market today. We offer services throughout Maryland, and have been family owned and operated since 1984. We provide great customer service, practice and apply integrated pest control services, and treat our customers like family.
Norway rats (also known as sewer rats or wharf rats) are prolific breeders with gestation periods of only about three weeks. Plus, there is no specific breeding season, which means they breed all year long, faster in the spring and summer.

House mice are among some of the world’s most successful breeders, so much so that their population can grow ten times in just three months. By the time a mouse is just four weeks old, it has already reached sexual maturity and is ready to reproduce. Plus, mice breed all year long and, if indoors, there aren’t many natural predators to keep the population down. As one more factor to consider, one single female mouse can breed five to ten times a year, usually giving birth to about half a dozen mice each time.

Deer Mice (also known as field mice) can breed throughout the year, but most notably breed from March to October. These little critters reproduce profusely and can live up to a year in the wild. They are very content living indoors in hidden nooks and crannies. Like most rodents, they are carriers of the Lyme disease bacteria, passing it along to deer ticks, which pass along to people.
We offer rodent control services in the following cities: Baltimore, Pikesville, Mt. Washington, Owings Mills/Garrison, Gwynn Oak, Reistertown/Upperco, Timonium/Lutherville, Waverly/Guilford, Roland Park/Cross Keys, Fells Point, Canton, Homeland/Rogers Forge, Towson/Ruxton, Hampden, Cockeyesville, Morrell Park, Parkville, Ellicott City, Columbia

We also offer rodent control services in Montgomery County: Silver Spring, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Rockville, Olney, Potomac, Bethesda, Laurel, Highland, Glen Echo, Chevy Chase, Cabin John, Brookeville, Poolesville, Barnesville, Dickerson, Derwood, Sandy Spring, Ashton, Brinklow, Burtonsville
Mice and rats can cause major damages to electrical wires and even car wires due to their teeth constantly growing and their instinct to gnaw on things to wear them down.

Methods used to prevent rodents chewing on wires:
-Steel covers
-Plastic pipes
-Concrete
-Rodent-deterring tape

If you find signs that a rodent has been gnawing wires on your property, it's important to act fast. Brody Brothers Pest Control can find and eliminate your rat problem for good.
Definitely, yes! Having mice and rats in your home is unhealthy and unsafe, not to mention uncomfortable. They spread disease, contaminate food supplies, chew through electrical wires and walls and more.

If you need expert help in removing or exterminating rats and/or mice in your Baltimore or Montgomery County home, contact us online or call (410) 653-2121 (Baltimore region) or (301) 637-0178 (Montgomery County).
Getting started with Baltimore rodent control services or Montgomery County rodent control services is fast and easy. Simply contact us online or call (410) 653-2121 (Baltimore region) or (301) 637-0178 (Montgomery County).
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“I have been with Brody Brothers for 5.5 years. Ari has been coming to my home for all this time. He does a great job. I hardly ever have an issue. He keeps us pest free which isn't easy living in the woods.”

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