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Mice and rats are both rodents and well known around our homes and businesses. These commensal rodents have discovered that "sharing our table" makes their lives easier. Unfortunately, their presence in our homes never benefits us. Rodents are persistent, destructive, disease-spreading, and unwanted pests. The best way to protect your home and family from them is to partner with a professional and implement regular pest control services.

Rodents inhabit many different environments, including fields, meadows, wooded areas, parks, backyards, and urban areas. They thrive anywhere they have easy access to food, water, and shelter. Our Texas commercial and residential properties, more often than not, provide them with everything they need. Rodents typically live happily outside, moving about each day searching for food. What usually drives these pests indoors is a lack of food, changing temperatures, or because our homes offer them a safe place to nest.

To make your property as unattractive to rodents as possible, we want to provide you with the following prevention tips:

  • Avoid providing rodents with multiple food sources. Harvest gardens regularly, keep your family's outdoor eating areas clean and free of leftover food, and place all trash inside trash cans with lids.
  • Repair leaky pipes or fixtures to eliminate water sources that rodents could use to their advantage.
  • Remove brush, fallen trees, and other yard debris where rodents can hide.
  • Make it as difficult as possible for rodents to get into your home by inspecting the exterior and repairing any defects found.
  • Make sure weatherstripping, door sweeps, and screens are intact.

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