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Houston Pest Control

We operate a professional wildlife removal company here in Houston Texas. We differ from most Houston Pest Control companies because we are wild critter specialists, and deal only with problem animals, such as raccoons, squirrels, rats, bats, snakes, and more. We don't deal with insects, such as ants, termites, cockroaches, or stinging insects. We don't do spider control, and we don't spray poison around your yard. We are fully licensed and insured trained biologists, and provide a complete solution to any wildlife problem, through humane trapping and exclusion. We service homes and commercial properties throughout the greater Houston area. Give us a call any time to discuss your critter problem and we will schedule an immediate appointment. We can usually come to your property same day, or if not, then next day, and we also perform emergency wildlife removal work. If you need insect control, consult your local yellow pages under the heading of pest control.



Houston Texas Pest Control Tip
Rat problems are not easily solved, but they can be solved with some time and dedication. This time can be yours or a professionals; itís up to you. Even if you call in the experts, the first and most important part of rat control is finding and sealing the holes in the exterior of your home. This is something you can initiate, and the wildlife removal company can assist you when they arrive. There is no area of your home that cannot be infiltrated. You must look at all corners and joints, vents and chimneys. A rat only needs a few inches to wiggle through. Damaged areas of the home are the most likely suspects when it comes to rodent infiltration. When all the suspicious areas are sealed, rat trapping can begin. Trapping is best done in areas where rats have been active. Activity will be demonstrated by piles of droppings, puddles of urine, and marks on surfaces where chewing has taken place. Rats like to return to the same areas again and again. If they have left droppings, it is an indication the animals feel all is safe. Setting up traps in these areas will ensure a likely catch.