Get Rid Of Rodents With Help From All-Safe Pest & Termite
Having uninvited rodents in your home is a bad thing. Most people are a bit scared of these furry creatures and are disturbed to find their droppings laying around their house. But fear and disgust are the least of your worries when it comes to a rodent infestation. When rodents get into your house, they introduce your family to diseases and parasites and can destroy your home and belongings. At All-Safe, we offer effective rodent services that will eliminate your rodent problem.
How We Rid Your Dallas-Fort Worth Property Of Rodents
All-Safe Pest & Termite provides our rodent control services to both residential and commercial properties. During your initial service visit, we will install rodent traps in the attic and garage spaces. If necessary, we will also place bait traps around the exterior of your building.
One week after your initial service visit, we will return to check the traps, remove any rodents, and reset the traps. After this visit, we will return when you notify us that a trap has been set off. Trap servicing is part of our rodent control service. Although we do not offer sanitation services, we can offer recommendations on how to prevent future rodent infestations.
Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
As part of our rodent control service, we guarantee we'll return to service your traps as long as it takes to eliminate the rodents in your home or business. As each infestation is unique, the length of time associated with this guarantee varies on a case-by-case basis. To learn more about our rodent control services, contact us today!
Rodent Frequently Asked Questions
Do rodents carry diseases?
Rodents do carry diseases, and they can spread them to humans through their feces, urine, saliva, and bites. Furthermore, if they bring parasites inside, such as ticks or mites, the parasites can also spread illnesses to humans. Some of the diseases rodents are known to transmit include rat-bite fever, hantavirus, salmonellosis, tularemia, and more.
What is the difference between mice and rats?
Fully grown rats are bigger than mice, but a rat that is still developing can easily be mistaken for a mouse. A couple of other differences between the two are that mice have pointier noses, while rats’ noses are blunter, and mice usually have long, hairy tails while rats have long, bare tails. Unfortunately, if you see a rodent scurry across your kitchen, you probably won’t be able to look closely enough to determine whether you have mice or rats in your home.
Where do rats and mice nest?
In the DFW area, roof rats and mice are the most common home and business invaders. Both of these rodents like to nest in attics, but that’s not the only place you’ll find them. Mice especially will nest in a variety of areas, but typically choose secluded spots that have access to nest-building materials, and are close to a steady food source.