At Bugs Bee Dead, We deploy Fluorescent Tracking Gel, powders, and baits, that are are used as a monitoring tools with no toxicity. They have a biomarker that causes rodent activity to glow under ultraviolet light. These high tech products are specially formulated to track Rodent activity on any surface. Bugs Bee Dead has used these products with outstanding results, helping to solve Rodent problems that conventional control measures could not. This new innovation has quickly become a key component in identifying root causes of infestations and adds a smarter tool to the resources of our pest control technician
The most common Rat in San Diego County is the Roof Rat they prefer to live in trees and attics. Rats are shy about new objects, and may avoid traps. The first step in getting rid of Rats is to do a survey of the property to find out Population density and location. Most pest control companies simply lay down bait or traps, without an understanding of the root causes. A low-cost service without a proper survey can result in an ongoing problem and recurring infestations.
The amino acids in Rat urine and hair will fluoresce (shine) when exposed to certain wavelengths of ultraviolet light
Fluorescent Tracking Gel, powders, and baits, are used as a monitoring tool with no toxicity. They have a biomarker that causes Rat activity to glow under ultraviolet light
Rats are incontinent. This means they defecate and urinate as they move about constantly. Urine and droppings are deposited where the rodents spend most of their time and where they travel.
Rats nest can be found in attics, garages, closets, cupboards, under eaves, and often times inside wall voids. They will shred available materials such as insulation, cardboard, and other soft items to make nests.
Hi Resolution Digital Monitoring Devices Offer Real Time Information, this is very helpful in determining population density.
Delivering a humane, high-voltage shock to kill Rats that enter the chamber. No mess, no stress.
This is typical of the activity in Rodent infested houses
Rats (and the fleas they hosted) were responsible for the Black Death of the 14th Century