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Warning Signs North Texas Rodents Leave Behind

Do you think you may have rodents in your North Texas home? It can be difficult to tell. Rodents can live in a home without making any noises that you're able to detect. Today, we're going to take a look at some of the warning signs to look for when rodents are being "as quiet as a mouse."

Suspicious Behavior

Is your cat sitting on the floor in your kitchen staring at a gap between your cabinet and the dishwasher? Is your dog pacing and acting funny in the kitchen or pantry? Cats and dogs can hear and smell things that you can't. Long before you realize you have a rodent infestation, your cat or dog will know. But don't expect your pet to solve your infestation. Mice and rats travel through wall voids where cats and dogs can't go. When rodents emerge from your walls, they're likely to come out behind your cabinets or drop down into the backs of drawers. They never have to expose themselves to open spaces where pets can get them.

Droppings

Are you finding tiny black pellets in the cabinet under your sink? Are you noticing pellets on your pantry shelves? Those little black pellets are mice or rat feces—but, you know that. Here's something you don't know. The droppings left by mice and rats can give you a pretty clear picture of how many rodents are infesting your home, which rodents you're dealing with, and whether or not you have an active infestation. "Really? You can tell all that from rodent poop?" You sure can. Large pellets are likely to be rat droppings and smaller pellets are likely to be mouse droppings. The more pellets you have, the more rodents you have. If the droppings are black and squishy, they're fresh. If they are grey and powdery, they're old. When droppings appear, clean them up and check back in that location to see if more droppings are left. The faster those droppings appear, the more rodents you have.

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Don't Wait Until You Detect Rodents

If you live in North Texas, contact Adams Exterminating Company for a free home estimate. We offer residential pest control services that include ongoing rodent monitoring. You don't have to wait till you're suffering from unexplainable health problems caused by harmful bacteria, rodent-borne diseases, tick diseases, flea diseases, mold, and other threats that rodents can introduce to your home. With ongoing residential pest control from Adams Exterminating, you can get coverage for all of the pests that bite, sting, spread illness, damage belongings, and destroy your home. Pest control isn't just for preventing pest nuisances. It is essential protection every family should have.

 Get your protection in place today! Contact Adams Exterminating through out online contact form for all your rodent control solutions.

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Why Choose Adams Exterminating?

  • Trained Entomologists & Service Technicians
    Our team brings a deep understanding of insect biology and behavior to create targeted pest control strategies. We're equipped with the latest techniques and technologies to effectively eliminate pests.
  • Customized Plans for Every Budget
    Recognizing that each space is different, we customize pest control services for every home or business. Our approach involves targeted solutions, addressing specific needs for your environment.
  • Trusted in the Community Since 1947
    With a legacy dating back to 1947, our pest control company brings decades of experience with a proven track record to keep your space critter-free.
  • Locally Owned & Operated
    As a locally owned business with offices in both Denton and Lewisville, we are rooted in the community and dedicated to serving our neighbors with personalized service.

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  • Is your treatment safe around pets?
    Our general treatments are safe around dogs and cats – provided they do not intentionally contact or consume applied materials before they have dried. Certain pets, especially aquatic life and reptiles, are especially vulnerable to some pesticides so it is important to be especially careful while treating when these types of pets are present. We recommend these types of pets, in addition to birds, guinea pigs, and other small animals, be kept away from the treatment area until it is safe for them to return.
  • Are your services guaranteed?
    We pride ourselves in offering services that solve your pest control problems. Many of our treatments are backed with a service guarantee, so if the problem persists, we will be back to treat again at no extra charge. We plan to continue our trend the impeccable service which resulted in an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
  • What are your hours?
    Our offices in both Lewisville, TX and Denton, TX are open Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.
  • How many years have you been in business?
    We are a family owned, locally operated pest control company that has been in business since 1947. For over 75 years, our company has expanded its service area while continuing to provide exceptional customer service.

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