Every year, birds cause millions of dollars in damage to businesses and residential properties alike. In addition to property damage, there are serious health hazards posed by bird droppings, mite-infested nesting sites, and dead birds.
Birds, bird droppings and nesting material can carry over 60 different known diseases and ectoparasites that can be passed to humans and animals. Dried bird droppings near ventilation systems, and can travel through buildings potentially infecting anyone with compromised immune systems.
UNITEKE will conduct a FREE thorough interior and exterior site evaluation of your property, develop an all-inclusive bird exclusion program to eliminate all visible and accessible perching, bird entry points, and provide an all-inclusive clean up, sanitation, and exclusion program.
Mice & rats are by far one of everyone’s worse phobias, yet they are as common as your typical house fly. Rodents are some of the most tenacious vermin in the world. Once they get into your building, there’s no telling how long it will take to get rid of them.
Rodents, such as mice and rats, can leave droppings that can spread bacteria, contaminate food, and cause allergic reactions. Droppings can also spread diseases and viruses.
Hantavirus – A potentially life-threatening disease transmitted to humans by rodents—primarily, the white-footed deer mouse. People become infected through exposure or inhalation of infected rodent urine, droppings or saliva, and the chances increase when people are near spaces where rodents are actively living.
Bubonic plague – A usually spread by the bite of an infected rodent flea and can cause fever, headache and painfully swollen lymph nodes.
Salmonellosis – A type of food poisoning spread by rodent feces, especially through the consumption of contaminated food. Symptoms include diarrhea, fever and abdominal pain.”
Rat-Bite Fever – A potentially fatal infectious disease spread by infected rodents or the consumption of food contaminated by rodents.
When fresh rodent urine, droppings, or nesting materials are stirred up, tiny droplets containing the virus get into the air. This process is known as “airborne transmission”.
There are several other ways rodents may spread hantavirus to people.
If a rodent with the virus bites someone, the virus may be spread to that person, but this type of transmission is rare.
Researchers believe that people may be able to get the virus if they touch something that has been contaminated with rodent urine, droppings, or saliva, and then touch their nose or mouth. Researchers also suspect people can become sick if they eat food contaminated by urine, droppings, or saliva from an infected rodent.
Uniteke Pro Services will conduct a FREE thorough interior and exterior site evaluation of your property, develop an all-inclusive rodent exclusion program to eliminate all visible and accessible entry points and provide an all-inclusive clean-up, sanitation, and exclusion program.
Whether you’re dealing with a squirrel, skunk, snake, kit fox, bats, or any other wild life creature, you can be sure we have.