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3 Reasons To Consider SIAD Pest Control

Extensive Knowledge

SIAD Pest Control familiarity with ISO guidelines supports the client with the protocols regarding pest control in order to apply for safety and quality certificates. 

Superior Expertise

Our technicians have years of experience, are trained for both residential and commercial sectors, they know how our products work and where to treat. They know how to handle infestations.

They have expertise to ensure the safety of your family, staff and premises.

Unique Customer Service

We have a customized plan and program to fit your needs and we take into consideration the level of infestation and the long-term prevention.

Rat

Species characteristics:
Brownish or greyish rodents with a tail approximately as long as the body. Omnivorous, often live in or around buildings.

Norway Rat (Rattus norvegicus)
Common names are Norway rat, Common rat and Brown rat. Adults: 220-260mm long; tail length
160-200mm; weight 150-450g; droppings are approx. 20mm long. Upper brown body with a white, yellowish belly.

Black Rat (Rattus rattus)
Common names are Ship rat, Roof rat or Black rat. Adults: 180-230mm long; tail length 180-240mm long; weight 120-300g; droppings are approx. 12mm long. Despite its name it is usually black to light brown in color with a lighter underside.


Life-Cycle:
• Norway Rat (Rattus norvegicus)
The Norway rat reaches sexual maturity in about 2-3 months and are reproductive for one year.
Norway rats can breed throughout the year if conditions are suitable. The gestation period is only 21 days and a female can produce up to a maximum of five litters a year. 14 pups per litter is the maximum, although six is the average.

Black Rat (Rattus rattus)
The Black rat’s live-cycle is very similar to the Norway rat, but it may live longer.


Areas where found:
Norway Rat (Rattus norvegicus)
The Norway rat originated from Central to East As