It is never a pleasant surprise to be in your home or business and suddenly find dropping from a mice or rat. Whether you’re in your kitchen or the furthest corner in your cellar, knowing you have a possible rodent infestation in your home is enough to turn anyone’s stomach. There are many ways to take care of the mice and rat problem, but what can you do about the droppings left behind after the rodent problem has been solved? Mice and rat droppings can be hazardous to your health and should be handled by a professional, so if you need rodent dropping cleanup in San Diego, turn to us for help at Hometown Restoration.

If you’re wondering what makes mice and rat droppings so dangerous, it’s because of the potential exposure to Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, or HPS. Mice and rats are known carriers of the disease, and if you touch the rat droppings and the air is stirred around them, and you breathe it in, you can also catch the disease. Hantavirus can present with flu-like symptoms and can be very dangerous, which is why people are urged to let professionals take care of mice and rat droppings.

We use specialized equipment and cleaning products to rid your home of droppings and also of unpleasant odors. So long as the mice and rat problem has been exterminated, you won’t have any more droppings or danger of exposure to hantavirus in your home. Most homeowner’s insurance policies also cover our cleaning, and we can provide your home with a clean bill of health when our services are complete, so you have peace of mind.

If you need immediate help with rodent dropping cleanup in San Diego, contact Hometown Restoration at (760) 653-5400 to speak with one of our team members about getting an estimate.