Rats leave urine markers in roof cavities which provide territory markers and scent tracks for the resident rodents. If these markers are not neutralised, the rats will be continually drawn to the roof cavity as home. This scent will be in the dust, rubble and on the beams in the roof. In addition, these scents are on all pathways that the rats use to access the roof cavity.
In our exclusion methods we take into consideration the roof style, tile style, IBR style and various other factors. We use a variety of materials to exclude rats from the roof cavities depending on the above factors. We seal up current access points as well as potential access points. We offer a 1(one) year guarantee on the seal up, so should a rat get back into the roof cavity we will come back and reseal at no extra charge