Los Angeles Rat Control
This is a personal message from LA Rat Getter Co. in Los Angeles, CA. It is posted on my friend's website, orlandorats.com. We at LA Rat Getter Co. also provide excellent rat control,
and the rodents in California are the same as those in Florida. We use the same excellent principles and techniques used by OrlandoRats. The pricing and some other
info on this site may not be relevant to our company, but just give us a call at
213-233-9495, and we can discuss your rodent problem in Los Angeles and get it taken care
|We operate a wildlife and rodent removal company in Los Angeles, California. We specialize in the complete and
permanent removal of rats and mice from homes and buildings. If you have rats in your attic, we have the right tools and knowledge to solve the problem
correctly. We are not like the other lazy Los Angeles rodent removal companies, many of whom will simply spread some poison around on a quarterly basis. We
solve your rat or mouse problem permanently, often in as short as one week.
We at LA Rat Getter Co. are not a traditional Los Angeles pest control or extermination company. We are wildlife, rodent, and rodent removal specialists. There truly is
a big difference amongst different companies. Not all companies are the same. Many of the rodent removal companies in Los Angeles, CA are simply standard big-name
pest control companies. These companies only want to sign you up for a quarterly or monthly contract that never expires. That's how they make money, by never
solving your problem. They send out an employee every now and then to carelessly sprinkle some poison packets in your attic or set poison stations around the
house. This does not solve anything. It merely kills a percentage of the rodents, some of which will certainly die in your attic or walls, and decay, causing
an odor problem. New rodents will always replace the old ones, and it's a never ending cycle. Do not hire an Los Angeles exterminator to take care of rodent problems.
You want to hire a rodent trapping and exclusion company. We solve your problem permanently. We solve the root of the problem, by finding all the openings that
rodents use to enter your home and attic. We seal these openings shut with steel, and make the house 100% rodent-proof. We trap and remove all of the remaining
rodents inside, and you will never have a rodent problem again.
We service all of Orange County, CA and these areas:
- Malibu, Pacific Palisades, & Santa Monica
- Venice, Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey, & El Segundo
- Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach & Torrance
- Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates & San Pedro
- Long Beach, Los Alamitos, & Seal Beach
- Huntington Beach, New Port Beach, Costa Mesa, Tustin & Irvine
- Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Lake Forest, Cota De Caza, & Rancho Santa Margarita
- Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, & San Clemente
Los Angeles Rodent News Clip: Rat and mouse critter catching rules eased
It might not be this great year for raising an unfenced garden at the outskirts of North California towns, but it could be this great fall season for bagging
venison on the area's small-hectareage habitats. Rat and mouse seasons in the California have been liberalized starting this summer in answer to complaints about
too many Rat and mouse. Also, complaints about new restrictions on in-line special critter traps have led to this temporary reprieve for sportsmen who catch
with those weapons. The California Fish and Game Commission last seven day period set 2007 big-game critter catching seasons that will include three additional seven
day periods of dangerous rat and mouse critter catching in most California units. The commission also authorized extra giant "doe tags" in selected California units.
"This should be the first time the California has had extra permits in the 20 years I've been around here," stated Wildlife Professional Francis, California Fish and
Game Agency regional wildlife manager. "We have this lot of Rat and mouse." This issue should be an important matter in Los Angeles wildlife removal and Los Angeles exterminator
The commission also vowed to revisit recently set rules that would prevent many modern in-line special critter traps from being used in special critter trap
seasons. The special critter trap seasons are designed to compensate for the limited range and reliability of primitive weapons by putting those critter trappers
in the field during prime times without interference from modern critter traps critter trappers. Meantime, the commission on March 8 decided to change all California
special critter trap seasons to "short-range weapon" seasons. That means all designated short-range weapons – archery, special critter trap and rodent removal
trap – will be legal in the former special critter trap-only seasons. Short-range weapons include both traditional and in-line special critter traps, rodent
removal traps, traditional bows, compound bows and crossbows. Neither special critter trap stamps nor archery stamps are needed for the short-range weapon seasons.
In other words, in protesting their restrictions, the modern special critter trap groups regained the right to catch in special seasons, but this broader group
of non-critter trappers will also be allowed during those seasons. The Los Angeles rodent control had no additional statements to make on the topic.
Southern California has had short-range weapons seasons for years, but the south end of the state also has had seasons specifically for traditional special critter
traps. The official state rules brochure will come out sometime in April. For most critter trappers, Oct. 10 should be the opening day for bull Rat and mouse,
any giant, and (except for Unit 1) mule Rat and mouse male rodents. Exceptions will be detailed in the 2007-08 rodent trapper regulations pamphlet. The 450
extra dangerous giant permits will be concerned by drawing to critter trappers as "second tags" to help reduce the Rat and mouse biologically surveyed amount.
Most of the tags can be used anywhere in the designated units, but the 150 extra tags concerned for Unit 3 will be valid only on private land, Wildlife Professional
Francis stated. "The goal should be to add pressure to those Rat and mouse that are causing complaints," the pest operator stated. Critter trappers also will
be able to apply for 40 extra cow Rat and mouse tags valid north of Los Angeles. "Applying for one of these extra Rat and mouse or Rat and mouse tags does not affect
your eligibility to apply for any regular controlled rodent capture," Wildlife Professional Francis stated. Critter trappers must apply for these permit drawings
in May. Los Angeles pest control companies that we contacted felt that this issue should be an important matter.