A good rodent control plan begins outside, starting with the reduction of potential harborages such as heavy vegetation, food sources such as garbage and canals, then by not allowing them to enter inside the building. The key in limiting the potential number of rodents entering the building is to reduce the potential number of rodents near the facility through harborage removal and exclusion. Often considered as smart animals, different rodent control methods are employed in a facility to exclude, catch and eliminate them. Effectiveness of the plan also depends on the number of defenses you are having, the frequency of the visits, the traps we are going to use and importantly, the inspection of rodent behavior and passage ways leading to their nests and harborages.

With the Rodent Control Customization (RCC) Plan, we will be able to draft an action plan on how to systematically prevent and control rodent population using different methods. Rodent pathways and harborage areas will also be identified for a more effective solution.


A Comprehensive RCC (cRCC) Plan will be a long-term drive to prevent and resolve the rodent


problem through IPM, Rodent Control Maps, Bait stations and other device. The Initial RCC (iRCC)


Plan will lay out quick solutions to capture the immediate rodent concerns and catch any rodent that


will pass through the traps.