Orlando, Florida Tile Roof Rodent Problems

rats, squirrels, or mice entering through your barrel tile roof?   expert animal control / removal for FL

rodent tile roof pic
Home Trapping Services Photos Prices About Us Contact
Wildlife Patrol, Inc
about us
rats & mice
animal damage
repair examples
pricing repairs
critter proofing
de-odorizing attic
animal deterrents
Clean Up
attic decontamination
insulation replacement
always necessary?
go back to main rat control page

Barrel Tile Roof Rodent Problems

Open Perimeter Tile Roof

Tile roof buildings are complicated by the fact that rodents can slip under the tiles. Once inside this tile space, animals can enter the attic by chewing holes through the actual roof or by passing through normal gaps in the roof where vents pass through. This is not an easy path for animal entry. But if its not addressed, the building will remain vulnerable. Besides the building perimeter, other places animals can get underneath the tiles include the roof peaks or seams and the mini-perimeters surrounding vents.

Trap Maintenance

In buildings where the tile roof is not sealed, rodents traps should permanently stay in the attic. If the traps stay, then any animals that enter in the future will be caught before a true infestation can begin. The downside of this is that someone will need to follow-up on trap activity by monitoring the attic.

Method for Sealing Roof

Wildlife Patrol permanently secures tile roofs by drilling steel hardware cloth over every gap. This process is performed tile by tile around the building. The steel screen does not change roof function at all - water drainage and ventillation is unchanged.
mice in attic pic animal control photo preventing critter problems orlando tile roof pic
tile roof rat control David begins sealing roof open tile perimeter close-up of open tile
barrel tile roof photo get rid of rats and squirrels image stopping rat entry photo keeping rodents out pic
sealing barrel tile roof perimeter 1 sealing barrel tile roof 2 sealing barrel tile roof 3 closing eave entry point
stopping rat entry Orlando Florida barrel tile roof image sealed tiles photos
Orlando rodent control Jon standing above tile seam sealed tiles

2008 Wildlife Patrol, Inc.   |  (407) 810-1381   |   critterproof@gmail.com   |  Licensed & Insured   |  Orlando Rat Control / Animal Trapper