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Bait stations, snap traps and inspection reports

Start with a full assessment and inspection report outlining proofing and housekeeping recommendations to eliminate rodents and reduce future infestations.


Follow this up with bait stations and snap traps to eliminate mice and rats from your property.


Prices exclude GST.


From $35 for 1-5 bait stations / snap traps on loan

From $50 for 6-10 bait stations / snap traps on loan

From $70 for 11-15 bait stations / snap traps on loan

From $95 for 16-20 bait stations / snap traps on loan

Enquire for 20+ bait stations / snap traps on loan


From $75 for a one-off inspection report outlining proofing and housekeeping recommendations (free with rodent treatments).

From $10 per bait station / snap trap on loan with a service every 4-12 weeks


From $20 minimum charge


  • Valid Gold or Student card will receive 10% off.

  • Multi treatment discount receives 15% off.

  • Refer a friend and receive 20% off. (Up to $100)


Why get rid of RODENTS?

Health Risks: Rodents can carry and transmit various diseases, including Hantavirus, salmonellosis, leptospirosis, and rat-bite fever. These diseases can be harmful to humans and pets, posing a significant health risk. Eliminating rodents reduces the chance of disease transmission and helps maintain a healthy living or working environment.


Property Damage: Rodents have strong teeth that continuously grow, leading them to gnaw on various materials to keep their teeth trimmed. This gnawing behaviour can cause damage to structures, electrical wires, insulation, and pipes, leading to potential safety hazards, costly repairs, and fire risks.


Contamination of Food and Supplies: Rodents are known for their ability to contaminate food storage areas, pantries, and crops. Their faeces, urine, and hair can contaminate food and result in foodborne illnesses. Additionally, they may chew through packaging, leading to further contamination and financial losses.


Allergies and Asthma: Rodent faeces and urine can trigger allergic reactions and worsen symptoms for individuals with allergies or asthma. Airborne particles from rodent infestations can contribute to indoor air pollution, affecting the respiratory health of occupants.


Structural Integrity: Rodents, particularly rats, are capable of burrowing and nesting in buildings and foundations. Over time, their activities can compromise the structural integrity of the property, leading to weakened foundations, tunnels, and damage to walls or floors.

Reputation and Business Impact: If you are a business owner, a rodent infestation can significantly damage your reputation and affect customer trust. Restaurants, hotels, and food establishments are at risk of negative reviews, decreased patronage, and potential legal consequences if proper pest control measures are not in place.


By taking proactive measures to eliminate rodents, you can protect the health and safety of occupants, prevent property damage, maintain hygiene standards, and uphold your reputation. It is advisable to seek professional pest control assistance to effectively address rodent infestations and implement preventive measures to reduce the risk of future occurrences.

rodent in kitchen
Image by Joshua J. Cotten
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