Roof Rabbits and The Midnight Racket
No, this is not a country band, but an ongoing pest control issue. Rats are not exactly small but not overly larger either. However, at night when you are trying to sleep, they can make so much noise you’d think there was a bowling alley on the roof. Roof rabbits are just one of a few pests that will keep you up at night. Keep reading to learn more about how to control the noisemakers.
1. Roof Rabbits
Roof Rabbits are rats, which earn that name because they tend to run along with the floor space in your attic or subflooring. They are very much nocturnal creatures, so as you drift off to sleep, they are just getting ready to explore the house. They get their name because they make so much noise you’d think it was a larger critter up there.
2. The Raccoon
When you thought the roof rabbit was loud, the raccoon or small family of them sounds akin to a group of teenagers rolling bowling balls across the roof. It is much worse if they get into the attic because they will build a den and raise their young. Every night the racket continues.
Raccoons are also very destructive. They have been known to dig their way into attic and wall space when looking for denning sites.
3. The Mysteriously Creep Wall Noises
You’ve just put your head on the pillow, and you begin to hear the creepy scratching noises and what sounds like a muffled whisper. Relax. It’s probably not the ghost of Christmas passed. Instead, it’s much more likely to be a bird, bat, mouse, rat, or squirrel. All of these pests love the space between your inner walls and outer siding. It’s prime real estate to pests.
The good news is that we can help get rid of the noisemakers so you can get back to sleep at night. Give us a call for a quote or to schedule an inspection. We provide affordable pest care solutions throughout the Bryan and College Station communities.