RODENT INVESTIGATION

rodent-investigation

Damaged drains are the most common way rats gain entrance to domestic properties. The last manhole on your property before the road is the most likely suspect for a rat getting into the domestic drains. However, even though you may find how they get in, you also need to know how they get out, into the house.

Calling in a professional drainage company, such as Blocked Drains Kildare is the way to go. We have specialised CCTV equipment, allowing us to check all your hard-to-reach pipework and find where the rat enters and exits the drains. Once the damaged pipe has been located, it will need repairing. Once the repair has been carried out,

we then recommend for a rat blocker to be installed within the drain to be able to prevent rats from entering the drains at any further time.

Blocked Drains Kildare are the leading providers of drain inspections and repairs in the Ace House. Our expert team are on hand to provide a thorough and efficient rodent investigation & control service. Get in touch today to find out more.

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RODENT INVESTIGATION FAQS

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF RATS IN MY DRAINS?

The signs of having rats in your drains mimic the signs of having a drain blockage. So, you are looking for slow draining water, unpleasant odours and gurgling sounds coming from the pipes or drains. Additionally, it is worth looking out for signs of rats. So, be on the lookout for burrowing holes, droppings or food or rubbish being eaten.

WHAT IS A RAT BLOCKER?

A rat blocker is a device that is inserted into a drain to stop rats leaving the sewer and entering a residential or commercial drainage system. It is a non-return valve that allows water to flow freely, but does not allow rats to pass through. It is also known as a rat flap.