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Rat Removal South Houston TX
Mice and Rats are one of the most popular species of wildlife that we are called upon to control in South Houston. Mice and Rats can be found living in attics, crawlspaces and basements in homes and businesses throughout South Houston, Hitchock, Algoa, Hillcrest, Alvin, Danbury, Texas.
They also take up residence in sheds, barns, outbuildings and even in cars. If there is shelter they will seek it!
Mice and Rat control and removal should be initiated as soon as the animal has been discovered living in this area as Mice and Rats have a habit of chewing wiring and structure which can lead to fires.
Mice and Rat control and removal should only be attempted by people who understand the danger this animal can present. The White Footed Deer Mouse is a known carrier of the Hanta Virus. Wildlife Professionals understand this danger and have the tools and training to safely handle these animals. AAAC Wildlife Removal is your local professional that can get rid of your Mice and Rat.
Mice and Rats commonly use an attic to rear their young. Removal of baby Mice and Rats from an attic or chimney and fireplace is a very unique process that should be professionally resolved to prevent the Mice and Rats from entering the home and endangering the occupants.
Mice Control South Houston TX
The Wildlife Professional will quickly remove a Mouse, Mice and Rats from the attic or crawlspace. April and May is prime time for the young to be born and sounds described as squeaking and scratching on walls and ceilings can be heard. You may also hear running back and forth in the attic. Don’t panic if you hear these sounds. Call the professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal for immediate assistance!
Mice and Rats living in an attic or crawlspace will defecate and urinate and contaminate the insulation. To control pest Mice and Rat, we often must begin Mice and Rat trapping followed by Mice and Rat relocation. Trapping Mice and Rats is necessary in most cases. We know how to get rid of a Mice and Rat and have years of experience of removing Mice and Rats. Mice and Rat pest control is one of our specialties at AAAC Wildlife Removal. Mice and Rats can also be controlled through the use of rodenticides.
Mice and Rats also carry fleas, ticks, rabies and have been known to carry Hantavirus and Bubonic Plague. These diseases can be transmitted to humans and to your pets. Make sure your pets have been vaccinated against these harmful and fatal diseases.
A problem Mouse, Mice and Rat pest can also live in the attic eaves. Mice and Rat in the attic may chew electrical wiring as well as damage the roof and other structure. We can get rid of that Mouse, Mice and Rat in the attic quickly and humanely. We remove Mice and Rats using only the latest technology and equipment available.
A dead Mouse or Mice and Rat in your attic or crawlspace is a service that we provide including the deodorization of the area. Mice and Rats do occasionally die in unusual places and they must be removed as soon as possible. We have even found a dead Mouse, Mice and Rat in a wall. Leaving the Mice and Rat will only make the problem worse and cause further damage to your home and attract other animals and insects. Animal control for Mouse, Mice and Rat is a necessary service to protect your home and family. Removing Mice and Rat is the first step to making your home healthy again. Get rid of Mouse, Mice and Rats the right way before the problem gets out of control.
AAAC Wildlife Removal of South Houston is your Mice and Rat Control Specialist. If you have a Mice and Rat control or removal need, call us at 281-947-2216.
Aaron ReevesCertified Wildlife Professional
Humane Certified Professional
Home Repair Specialist
Certified Mole Professional
PO Box 9041 Baycliff, TX 77496
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Rat Removal in South Houston including League City, Pearland, Pasadena and areas throughout Harris, Fort Bend, and Brazoria Counties
We know about wildlife and so can you. Visit our animal library to get information on the habitats and habits of some of the most common animals as well as easy ways to control them.