Where Do Rodents Come From?
What Do Rodents Look Like?
There are over 2000 rodent species. Though you won’t find all in Texas, the ones in the area are enough to test your patience – like rats and mice. An integral part of getting rid of them is to be able to distinguish them, so you know which elimination technique would be most helpful.
Signs That Suggest a Rodent Infestation
The Hiding Places of Rodents
- Areas close to heat sources
- Cluttered areas
- Inside furniture, walls, and storage boxes
- Kitchen cabinets
- Under appliances
The Viruses Rodents Can Transmit
Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus (LCMV)
Our Process for Eliminating Rodents
- We’ll perform an inspection to determine the number of rodents and whether it’s a rat or mouse infestation.
- Our proficient technicians will create a plan to exterminate the infestation, after which we’ll quote a price.
- Once we’re on the same page, we’ll seal the points where rodents can enter.
- We’ll set up traps in your basement, kitchen, attic, yard, and other places to lure a small number of rodents.
- Traps won’t be enough for a large infestation, which is why we’ll resort to fumigation.
Post-Rat Control Treatment
- Store food in airtight containers
- Throw food scraps in the trash
- Wash all the crockery and other kitchen appliances
- Wear a protective mask and gloves before entering the treated area
- Wipe down the surfaces with antibacterial liquids
Ready to Eliminate Rodents for Good?
Rat or mice infestation is difficult to manage on your own. In some cases, it can take months before you can wipe their existence off your property. Fortunately, we don’t take much time and provide thorough and quick pest control services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
While performing inspections, we ask property owners about the areas where they saw rodent activities. So, it’s important that you’re there when our team arrives.