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Has an inspector noted hazardous rodent damage?

Our Goal is to bring a contaminated space back to the way it was before rodents contaminated it with urine and feces.   Skilled trades and other workers will not work in a rodent contaminated crawlspace or attic due to it being a hazmat area.  

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Diseases Transmitted by Rats and Mice

  • Throughout most of North and South America
  • Virus
    How the disease spreads
    • Breathing in dust that is contaminated with rodent urine or droppings
    • Direct contact with rodents or their urine and droppings
    • Bite wounds, although this does not happen frequently
  • Throughout the World
  • Bacteria
    How the disease spreads
    • Eating food or drinking water contaminated with urine from infected animals
    • Contact through the skin or mucous membranes (such as inside the nose) with water or soil that is contaminated with the urine from infected animals
  • Throughout the World
  • Virus
    How the disease spreads
    • Breathing in dust that is contaminated with rodent urine or droppings
    • Direct contact with rodents or their urine and droppings
    • Bite wounds, although this does not happen frequently
  • Western US, South America, Africa, Asia
  • Bacteria
    How the disease spreads
    • Bite of an infected flea
    • Direct contact with infected animal
  • Throughout the World
  • Bacteria
    How the disease spreads
    • Bite or scratch wound from an infected rodent, or contact with a dead rodent
    • Eating or drinking food or water that is contaminated by rat feces.
  • Throughout the World
  • Bacteria
    How the disease spreads
    • Eating or drinking food or water that is contaminated by rat feces
  • Throughout the World
  • Bacteria
    How the disease spreads
    • Handling infected animal carcasses
    • Being bitten by an infected tick, deerfly or other insect
    • Eating or drinking contaminated food or water
    • Breathing in the bacteria, F. tularensis

Rodent Remediation

Attics:

 

  • Full removal of all contaminated insulation ( both blown in and batts )
  • Full removal of all rodent feces
  • Sanitizing of all wood surfaces
  • Professional inspection of empty attic for rodent entry points
  • Screening off any uncovered entry points
  • Re-insulation of the attic

Crawlspaces:

  • Full removal of all contaminated insulation
  • Full removal of all rodent feces
  • Removal of Vapor barrier
  • Sanitizing of all wood and concrete surfaces
  • Professional inspection of empty crawlspace for rodent entry points
  • Screening off any uncovered entry points

Mobile Homes:

  • Removal of belly bands
  • Full removal of all rodent feces
  • Removal of Vapor Barrier

Sheds/Storage

  • Racoon latrine removal and sanitizing
  • Full removal of all feces from racoons and rodents
  • Screening off of entry points
  • Removal of contaminated items
  • Sanitizing all surfaces to make them safe

Why is remediation important ?

Leaving feces and urine inside your home can become a health concern for you and your family.  Below are a few of the diseases that can be transmitted from rodent droppings and urine:

Raccoon Feces is especially dangerous as it could contain: