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The Free Rat Control System? 

If the exclusion of rats is possible, then do you need to control rats?

Exclusion is always the primary end goal of rat control because exclusion avoids the destructive, wasteful and inhumane system of BAIT-STINK-FLIES-REPEAT.

The pest control industry trains people to find the rats, kill them as quickly as possible and monitor for further activity and eliminate them as required.

Unfortunately, treatments miss the point. Exclusion is the game!

Exclusion avoids the need to kill any more pests. A win-win!

Exclusion Is The Most Humane Form Of Control.


The Problem With Rat Control

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I was so excited to get started, but over the following three years, I would get call after call from disgruntled, desperate customers that I had failed.

I felt like garbage. Then one day, I had the courage to tell a customer what I really thought.

A £7000.00 insurance claim later, and my customer was thrilled.

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How Rats Enter Kitchens

But it gets better. I also had a groundworks expert who helped me map out the ultimate rat control system.

At this point, I coined the term that has come to define the failing system the industry makes its money on. It is the industries dirty little secret. They call it best practice.

I Call Traditional Control – BAIT-STINK-FLIES-REPEAT!


What Do Customers Love About This System?

  1. This System Is More Humane
    • Professional pest control often gets bad press as a never-ending cycle of Bait-Stink-Flies-Repeat! If you exclude the rats, surely you should no longer need to kill them? Exclusion, removal and control of “at-risk” food supplies ensure you only require control once.
  2. This System Helps Avoid The Stink & Flies Of Dead Rodents
    • Baiting for a short period before proofing ensures rodents have the chance to leave your property before they die or are affected by lethal control measures.
  3. This System Reduces Pesticide Use
    • Bait should be a last resort and a one time option. Indiscriminate use of pesticides is dangerous and harmful to the environment. If you need to keep baiting, you have not identified or do not control the source.
  4. This System Saves You Money
    • Many customers we visit have often had rat problems in a property for many years. Customers will go through many different pest control providers and make zero progress. Reasons that pest controllers repeatedly come up with routinely reflect a poor understanding of drainage and building construction pertinent to rat control. This lack of understanding costs homeowners thousands in redundant pest control treatments, repairs, remediation and sadly – house sales.
  5. This System Saves Time
    • Most rat problems never get solved! Our average customer is rat-free forever in less than 14 days.
  6. This System Protects Your Health
    • Every time a rodent comes into your home, the result is cumulative damage from gnawing, droppings, urine and even insect parasites that could easily feed on you, especially rat fleas. As droppings dry, particles can become airborne, with a risk to respiratory health. Urine left on floors, and kitchen countertops is another common-sense risk people often overlook.
  7. This System Supports Ethical Pest Control
    • The industry is slowly changing, and some highly experienced pest control operators are entering the field with advanced diagnostic solutions for drains and more. This rebirth of the industry is extremely encouraging but still represents a tiny fraction of pest control businesses. For this reason, you need to shop around for a specialist that clearly understands structural rat ingress routes and how to solve them.
  8. This System Prevents Rats from Becoming Trapped In Your Home
    • One massive mistake made, again and again, is the kneejerk reaction of filling holes too soon. Entry points are also exit points. If you seal before you bait or trap, the rodents have only one place to pass away – in your home. The stench of a dead rodent can be so unbearable it often causes homeowners to vacate their homes for a few weeks while the smell dissipates.
  9. This System Helps Avoid A Plague Of Flies
    • Dead rodents often equal flies. The mass emergence of flies is very common and, although distressing, should not be discounted. Flies are natures cleaners, and they are the reason the smell subsides. Blooms of flies often last about a week, with the bulk of flies appearing over just a few days. The best way to get rid of the flies is with a vacuum. a) Clean out your vacuum cylinder. b) Suck up as many flies as you can see. c) Empty the cylinder in the garden. Simple! It’s always tempting to grab the fly spray, but breathing in fly spray can’t be good for anyone.
  10. This System Protects and Lasts
    • Identifying the true source of a rat infestation and remediating it is one of the most self-cleansing investments a person will make in a property. The relief of knowing that rats from that source will never again trouble you, your property or be the cause of unexpected bills is a super feeling.
  11. This System Is An Investment
    • With 80% of our customers reporting that a rat problem has been present from the day they moved into their home, it is clear to see how many people give up on these issues and move home. The average cost of moving house in 2019 based on selling a house for £350K and buying for 350K within a 10-mile radius is over £15000.00! The average cost of our services to solve the problem is just a tenth of that cost.
  12. This System Raises Standards
    • Once you understand this process fully, you can never go back to the old ways of controlling rats. It will never again be acceptable or palatable. Consumers are the best leverage, and encouraging more pest control operators to get involved in technical rat control will make a huge difference. Knowing you have helped a customer solve issues like this is fantastic because you know you’ve made a lasting difference to the quality of another person’s life—the ultimate WIN-WIN.

Good Luck!