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‘Tis the Time of Year that the Rats are Movin’ in!

Rats! As owner and president of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control, I have seen my fair share of rats in Tampa Bay. These disease-ridden rodents are troublesome, especially when temperatures start cooling, and they seek the warmth of your home and your delicious edibles upon which to survive.

Take a look around the foundation and central air lines leading into your home. Do you notice any holes or potential entry points for rats? Do you see any blackening of the stucco, stone or bricks? If so, this blackening is indicative of rats entering your residence. Their greasy, little bodies rub against the bricks, stucco or stones and leave noticeable black stains.

Rats are larger than mice and more threatening in terms of what they are capable. We, at Coby’s, can identify danger zones for rodent infestation, properly seal any potential entry points, and prepare traps that are extremely effective to rid your home of these nasty rodents. As we slip into the cooler temperatures of autumn and winter, now’s the time to take advantage of THREE FREE MONTHS of PEST CONTROL or our TERMITE offer of 25% or $250 OFF any FULL TERMITE TREATMENT!

If you’ve got a problem with rats or any other pest…or you simply have a question…call me at Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control today at 727-498-1977.  I’ll be happy to speak with you anytime!

PS:  And remember… “As long as God keep’s makin’em, we’ll keep killin’em!”

PSS:  Don’t forget to ask about our FREE 58-Point Pest Analysis of your home or office!

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