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Shimmying up roofs, tapping into walls, and ripping into your favorite foods, these uninvited household guests are a thing to be feared!

a rat next to cement wall

Rats and mice are some of the most common types of rodents found in Plano homes:

  • Rats are four-legged creatures that are often quite large, sometimes measuring over 8 inches at maturity. Blunt noises and long, bare tails are some of the most identifiable elements of their appearance.

  • Mice are much smaller than their ratty cousins and have smaller, pointer noses to boot. Their tails often have a thin layer of hair, which may be the same color as their grey, white, black, or tawny fur.

While both species have physical differences, the damages they cause are often similar. Large teeth and claws make it easy for rodents to rip into the home and create bedding for their large nests. Rodents tend to frequent the less savory areas of the home, collecting grime and different strains of pathogens. These pathogens are then spread through water droplets in their excrement, contaminated foodstuffs, or carrion. Even the things rodents leave behind can make you sick!

Despite all the dangerous facts, there is some silver lining. Homeowners usually have either a mouse or a rat infestation, and rarely both. This makes treatment from a professional pest control standpoint slightly easier after identification.

Why Plano Rodents Are So Hard To Get Rid Of

Rodents are difficult to kick out of Plano homes for several reasons, all of which make handling these vermin difficult for even seasoned homeowners. These concerns include:

  • Prolific natures that produce hundreds of kits per year

  • Ability to slip through almost any hole (¼ an inch or larger)

  • Adaptable intelligence to traps and some baits

Want to know what kind of rodent you may have scurrying around the home? Take the first step towards identification by reaching out to the team at All-Safe Pest & Termite today. Schedule a free home inspection at your earliest convenience, or skip the line and get a quote for elimination right away.

Are Rodents Now In Your Sights? Get All-Safe Pest & Termite!

Rodents are sneaky, unassuming household vermin that not only make your home environment unpleasant but unsafe as well. They contaminate food with deadly strains of bacteria and turn pantries into their own personal feeding ground. What’s worse, any attempts to eliminate them without the help of professionals will turn your once safe Plano residence into an all-out rodent battlefield. Over the counter chemicals, baits, and other traps may certainly reduce the number of pests in your home, but they will never be able to remove the danger at its core.

That’s why it is so important to immediately contact the team at All-Safe Pest & Termite at the first sign of a rodent infestation. As the largest professional pest control company in the North Texas area, All-Safe Pest & Termite realizes that our commitment to the community runs more than pest-deep. Our incredible team has won hundreds of awards for our customer services and low toxicity pest services and has led the industry in innovation since our founding in the mid-1980s. We offer customization and innovation for every unique situation, bringing the very best services, skills, and smiles to Plano homeowners.

Get in touch with one of the agents of All-Safe Pest & Termite today by visiting your nearest Plano branch. Prefer to connect virtually? Call us today to get started on the right rodent elimination plan for you, or submit a contact form to reach out to an online agent. If there’s one thing our family-owned and operated business knows best, its rodent elimination in Plano. Let’s get started today!
 
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