Trinity Beach Rodent Control
As Trinity Beach’s leading rodent and pest control provider, we take care of any pest infestation or problems affecting your business or home. Our service areas include, but are not limited to, the following suburbs:
Cairns, Earlville, Edge Hill, Edmonton, Gordonvale, Kuranda, Manoora, Mareeba, Palm Cove, Port Douglas, Portsmith, Smithfield, and White Rock.
Trinity Beach’s tropical climate and leafy surroundings are an ideal breeding ground for rodents and other pests. Our professionally trained rodent and pest technicians provide safe and effective treatments targeting affected areas of your property.
We offer preventative rats and mice inspections along with a selection of rodent solutions to suit your premises.
Call 1300 270 019 immediately to speak to an expert for more information.
Rodent pest control in Trinity Beach for your home and business
Our local technicians have noticed an increase in black rats, mice and brown rats in Trinity Beach and across Cairns. Rodents are attracted to sugar cane and chew young stalks. After harvesting they can cause a lot of damage to the stalks waiting to be processed.
Rats and mice also carry disease, spoil food and damage belongings and infrastructure. Your property provides shelter, food and water. And, if a male and female move in, you’ll also provide the perfect breeding ground.
In Trinity Beach, we get reports of mice in houses near Centenary Park to areas along Taylor Point. If you see nibble marks in fruit or even through your plastic bread bag, don’t hesitate to treat the problem before it becomes an infestation.
A Flick technician will perform a site analysis to determine the extent of the problem, locate nesting sites and consider environmental conditions. Call 1300 270 019.
Rodent pest control in Trinity Beach for your home
Urban areas of Trinity Beach close to Smithfield Regional Park, Trinity Beach and Strombus Avenue Reserve, provide the perfect environment for rats and mice.
Black rats are excellent climbers, which is why they’re also called roof rats. They nest in wall cavities, trees and burrows. More than one rat can hide well in the roof or walls of your house.
If you suspect you have a rodent problem, book an inspection with Flick to catch all the rodents once and for all.
Signs of rats or mice in your home include
- Greasy marks along skirting boards
- Teeth marks
- Sounds in the roof at night
Rats spread diseases through their urine and faeces, including leptospirosis (Weil’s disease), salmonella, and E. coli. They also carry ticks that transmit bacterial infections and cause allergic reactions.
Subscribe & Save With Peace of Mind Home Protection in Trinity Beach
Subscribe to our Peace of Mind Home Protection plan to protect your home from an extensive range of pests and rodents. With our Peace of Mind Home Protection plan you will be protected from pests and rodents 24/7, 365 days a year. Learn more.
We been servicing thousands of local homes in Trinity Beach and surrounding areas for over 100 years. Protect your property from rodents. Call 1300 270 019 today.
Rodent pest control in Trinity Beach for your business
Our SMART technology monitors your property 24/7 for pests, recording and comparing data.
Investing in SMART saves your business money, is good for the environment and puts you in control. Instead of reacting to an infestation, SMART businesses are a step ahead, using a combination of technology and traditional control methods.
- Avoid contamination and wastage of goods and money.
- Detects and monitors hard to reach and hidden places.
- Live reporting data is saved remotely.
- Traps are non-toxic and collected by Flick technicians.
- Reputation and stress from rodent infestations are no longer a worry.
Our technicians visit your premises to inspect, assess and identify the risk zones. Strategically placed sensors and traps detect infestations, which we use to create a tailored action plan for you.
If you suspect you have rodents, don’t disturb them. Call 1300 270 019 and get your home inspected by a professional now before it’s too late.