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It may seem like an obvious statement when we say that you don’t want rodents in your Texas home. However, there’s more to that statement than meets the eye. When most people think about why they don’t want rodents in their house, they may say that they’re gross or scary, or maybe they’ll say that they don’t want to find rodent droppings in their cupboards. These are all valid arguments, but they don’t describe the full picture of the problems that rodents create when they infest homes and businesses.
While finding their droppings in your cupboard or on your countertops is certainly gross, it’s also extremely unhygienic. The real danger of rodents lies in their ability to spread dangerous illnesses through their feces that can be contracted by eating contaminated food or coming in contact with those pathogens in other ways. Furthermore, rodents are extremely destructive; an infestation can leave your structure with holes in the walls, damaged insulation, chewed wiring, destroyed pipe and ductwork, and other damages.
It’s imperative to act quickly when you suspect you have a rodent problem. The sooner you get rid of mice and rats, the less time they have to spread illnesses and cause damage in your home or business. At White Knight Pest Control, we provide full-service rodent control solutions that eliminate active rodent infestations and prevent future ones.
No two rodent infestations are exactly alike. That’s why we'll tailor your service to meet your specific rodent control needs. We’ll begin by inspecting your property to determine the extent of your rodent problem. This inspection allows us to identify any areas of rodent activity and how they're getting inside.
With this information, we’ll develop a customized treatment plan based on our findings. We’ll present our plan to you along with a quote for our rodent control services. If you choose to proceed, we’ll move forward with the treatment.
At White Knight Pest Control, we have several rodent control methods at our disposal. We may use one method or several in conjunction with each other based on our findings during the initial inspection.
Common rodent control treatment methods include:
Placing bait boxes outside your home.
Placing traps in your attic or other locations.
Placing glue boards in your garage or other locations.
In addition, we offer minor exclusion work to seal the entry points that rodents were using to access your house. This exclusion work prevents new rodents from getting inside once your current infestation is taken care of.
Rodents are dangerous pests that spread illnesses and cause serious damage to your house. Controlling a rodent infestation requires skill, experience, and attention to detail. White Knight Pest Control provides rodent control using a variety of methods that are proven to work.
Each rodent infestation is unique and requires a different combination of treatment methods. If you have a rodent problem, we'll perform an inspection of your home, then provide you with a quote based on the treatment plan we draw up for your house.
A home that is unprotected can easily become infested by pests and rodents. In order to control them, you need the proper pest or rodent control systems in place. While you can do some pest control yourself, professional pest control gives you extra peace of mind.
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