Wildlife X Team

AUSTIN RODENT REMOVAL

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Humane Rat & Mice Removal in Austin Texas

Wildlife X Team

RODENT REMOVAL: Safe & HUMANE

Wildlife X Team is the best choice for rodent removal in Austin, TX

We work quickly to assess the situation before beginning any services. Our team needs to know what type of rodent they are dealing with and exactly how severe the problem is so they can provide the best possible service. 

Next, we spring into action, thoroughly removing the rodent issue from your home. 

Finally, your team will present all of their findings, including areas of your home where pests can gain access and ways you can prevent further infestations. 

Because homeowners assume the one little mouse they’ve seen is the only one, they’ll often take matters into their own hands.

However, there are several benefits of calling a professional wildlife removal expert for rats and mice: 

  • We can locate the source of the problem, ensuring that all the pests are gone from your home, and that no more can enter. This includes making small repairs and cleaning the area where rats have nested.  
  • We use poison-free removal techniques, so rodents don’t die in hidden areas, which would create a terrible stench in your home that could last for weeks. Also, humans and pets can be exposed to poison accidentally. 
  • We practice humane wildlife removal techniques, so even rodents are treated gently whenever possible. This includes using live traps and re-releasing animals in a safe location.
Wildlife X Team

RACCOON REMOVAL: SAFE & HUMANE

Wildlife X Team is the best choice for rodent removal in Austin, TX

We work quickly to assess the situation before beginning any services. Our team needs to know what type of rodent they are dealing with and exactly how severe the problem is so they can provide the best possible service. 

Next, we spring into action, thoroughly removing the rodent issue from your home. 

Finally, your team will present all of their findings, including areas of your home where pests can gain access and ways you can prevent further infestations. 

Because homeowners assume the one little mouse they’ve seen is the only one, they’ll often take matters into their own hands.

However, there are several benefits of calling a professional wildlife removal expert for rats and mice: 

  • We can locate the source of the problem, ensuring that all the pests are gone from your home, and that no more can enter. This includes making small repairs and cleaning the area where rats have nested.  
  • We use poison-free removal techniques, so rodents don’t die in hidden areas, which would create a terrible stench in your home that could last for weeks. Also, humans and pets can be exposed to poison accidentally. 
  • We practice humane wildlife removal techniques, so even rodents are treated gently whenever possible. This includes using live traps and re-releasing animals in a safe location.

Common Rodent Problems.

Although mice and rats are small, they can do a lot of damage: 

  • Rats and mice carry diseases and parasites. Wherever they go, they have the potential to infect humans and other animals. The Black Death, which occurred in the mid-1300s, was the result of parasites carried freely by rats. 
  • Rodents are scavengers, so they’ll eat whatever they can find. This is especially problematic if they find their way into your kitchen or pantry – the place in your home where you definitely don’t want a rodent problem. 
  • They reproduce quickly. Starting at 5 weeks old, females can have a litter of up to 10 babies every 22 days. Just one rodent in your home can quickly lead to an infestation. 
  • Rodents love to chew. They will destroy paper, fabric, and plastic by chewing it to sharpen their teeth and to build nests. They will even chew electrical wires and cords. 
  • Urine and feces. One of the most common ways that homeowners know they have a rodent problem is seeing this evidence. If the problem gets bad enough, a strong, musty odor will be present as well. 

The simple thought of rodents running around the house will send a chill up most people’s spine. It’s a problem that no one wants to deal with, but it’s something we handle effectively every single day, so don’t hesitate to trust the pros!

Common RODENT problems

Although mice and rats are small, they can do a lot of damage: 

  • Rats and mice carry diseases and parasites. Wherever they go, they have the potential to infect humans and other animals. The Black Death, which occurred in the mid-1300s, was the result of parasites carried freely by rats. 
  • Rodents are scavengers, so they’ll eat whatever they can find. This is especially problematic if they find their way into your kitchen or pantry – the place in your home where you definitely don’t want a rodent problem. 
  • They reproduce quickly. Starting at 5 weeks old, females can have a litter of up to 10 babies every 22 days. Just one rodent in your home can quickly lead to an infestation. 
  • Rodents love to chew. They will destroy paper, fabric, and plastic by chewing it to sharpen their teeth and to build nests. They will even chew electrical wires and cords. 
  • Urine and feces. One of the most common ways that homeowners know they have a rodent problem is seeing this evidence. If the problem gets bad enough, a strong, musty odor will be present as well. 

The simple thought of rodents running around the house will send a chill up most people’s spine. It’s a problem that no one wants to deal with, but it’s something we handle effectively every single day, so don’t hesitate to trust the pros!

RODENT SAFETY TIPS

Rat Poison: Don't Ever Use It

Even professionals don’t use poison to get rid of pests, for a couple of reasons. Aside from being dangerous for your family, poison creates a less-than-ideal situation when pests die within the walls or underneath your home.

Mouse Traps: Be Careful

Some homeowners are too squeamish to use traditional mouse traps, and sticky traps are generally considered inhumane. Remember, once you’ve trapped a mouse, you have to do something with it!

Ultrasonic Pest. Repellers

These devices are available just about everywhere pest control products are sold. They are at best a short-term solution, but according to studies, pests (including mice, rats and bugs) adapt to the noise within a few days, rendering the repeller useless.

DON'T TRY DIY!

If rodents have become a problem in your home, don’t waste any time. Call Wildlife X Team for rodent removal for the fastest, most effective removal of rats and mice in the area.