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Pest Remediation

Pests can cause an immense amount of damage to your attic, basement and crawlspace, leaving you with not only a mess, but a contaminated and hazardous environment. At Suffolk Pest Management, we remedy this situation for you. From removing and replacing contaminated insulation, sanitizing and disinfecting contaminated areas, to excluding pests to prevent future infestations, we’ve got you covered. 


What types of pests commonly cause damage to attics, basements and crawlspaces?

Some of the most common pests that can cause damage include rodents (such as mice and rats) and wildlife (such as raccoons and squirrels).

Why is it important to clean and sanitize pest contaminated areas?

Pest contamination can bring a number of issues to your home. Aside from the rancid odor, exposure can also introduce you and your loved ones to hazardous illnesses, such as Hantavirus.

Should pest contaminant cleanups be done by a professional? 

While DIY pest sanitation may seem like a cost-effective solution, it can be hazardous if not done properly. It's best to hire a professional pest management company to safely and effectively remove the contaminants. 


Why is pest exclusion important?

Pest exclusion is important because it helps prevent pests from entering the home or building, reducing the likelihood of an infestation. This can help to prevent damage to the structure and minimize the risk of health problems associated with pests.

What kind of damage can pests cause to these areas?

Pests can cause a variety of damage by gnawing and chewing insulation and or electrical wires. They can also contaminate insulation and other surfaces, which can be hazardous and harmful to yourself and your loved ones. 

What type of pests can be excluded from a home?

Many types of pests can be excluded from the home. Some of the most common are rodents (such as mice and rats) and wildlife such as raccoons, squirrels and bats.

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