Norway rats are far less common than Roof Rats in Hawaii, but we’ll look at the differences here and see why you don’t want these guys any more than their high living cousins, the Roof Rat.
Norway rats are also known as the brown rat, water rat, warf rat, and unfortunately, sewer rat. They nests are found in ground burrows, sewers and tunnels inside homes and office buildings. They are larger than roof rats and have more pronounced muzzles or noses.
These rats can forage fro up to 150 feet away from their nests and like other rats in Hawaii, are nocturnal, and do their running around at night finding food and searching for the meaning of life. Our professional exterminators have found meaning in their lives helping you keep your life pest free.
Obvious signs of Norway rats include their evidence they leave behind such as chew holes in walls, destroyed food, and droppings or urine near these other identifiers. If you think you have rats, call us for an immediate response and quote on rat control wherever you live on Oahu. We can have a technician out in hours rather than days and help you feel comfortable in your home again.