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Rat Removal and Control in Austin, TX

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Austin Rodent Removal Services:

Providing Guaranteed Rat Removal and Rodent Control services. Permanent Rat Removal, Exclusion Services, as well as Sanitation, Repairs And Rat Cleanup Work.     

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GREATER AUSTIN SERVICE LOCATIONS

ROUND ROCK - CEDAR PARK - TARRYTOWN - LEANDER - GEORGETOWN - BEE CAVE - PFLUGERVILLE - WEST LAKE HILLS- LAKEWAY - SPICEWOOD - DRIPPING SPRINGS - LAGO VISTA


ABOUT OUR COMPANY AND OUR MISSION

We Are Austin's Premier Rat Removal And Exclusion Team For Effective Solutions To STOP Rodent Problems For Good. Our Rat And Mice Proofing Techniques Will Ensure The Rodent Problem Will Not Reoccur. Rodent Infestations Have Become A Major Issue In Austin But its nothing OUR Rat Removal Specialist's cannot resolve. Rodent Problems Are Very Unpleasant And Distressing For Any Home Or Business. Rodents Breed Quickly, Carry Disease, And Damage Property. Rat's Leave Behind Droppings And Create Costly Damage. Dead Rats And Mice Can Be Difficult To Find And Remove, We Are Austin's Rodent Removal Experts. We Are Fully Equipped And Knowledgeable To Permanently Solve ANY Rodent Issue Type For Good.


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AUSTIN RODENT REMOVAL STEPS & PROCEDURES

     We always provide a permanent solution to your rat or mouse problem by determining the points of entry and sealing them as well as sealing other vulnerable points of entry called an EXCLUSION. We use top of the line materials and All of our work comes with a Warranty. 

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Austin Rat Removal


Rat Removal Is A Team Effort. Safety First, And Extensive Experiance, These Techs Seal A Home In Austin

This Austin Home Was Heavily Infested With Rats. We Removed the Rats & Insulation



A Technician Can Be seen Here On The Left Side Of the Roof Sealing For Rats In Bee Cave

This Round Rock Home Was Heavily Infested With Rats. We Removed the Rats & Insulation



          Multiple Rats Trapped In Another Highly Infested Cedar Park Attic

Rats Enter This Attic At Fascia Board Behind The Gutter At This Home In West Lake Hills



This Austin Attic With Rats, Destroyed The Insulation

We Remove Insulation That Has Been Affected By Rats 



Attic Rat Infestation and Removal Is Our Specialty

Rats Can Contaminate Your Home Usually In The Attic Around A/c Systems


AUSTIN TX, RATS AND REMOVAL FACTS:

According to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) there are more than 60 species of rat, which means they come in all sizes. Luckily the most common rat we see here in and around austin are Roof Rats, and Norwegian Rats. Rats in general are typically 5 inches (12 centimeters), or longer, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. The largest species is the Bosavi woolly rat, which was discovered in 2009 in the rainforest of Papua New Guinea (and doesn't have a scientific name yet). It is about the size of a cat — 32.2 inches (82 cm) from nose to tail and weighs around 3.3 lbs. (1.5 kilograms), according to CNN. One of the smallest rats is Osgood’s Vietnamese rat. It is typically 5 to 7 inches (12 to 17 cm) long.

Habitat
Rats are found all over the world. For example, the rice-field rat is found in Southeast Asia, the Australian swamp rat is found in Eastern Australia, and the Norway rat, also called brown rats, is found on every continent of the world except Antarctica, according to the Animal Diversity Web at the University of Michigan. 

The brown and the house rat are the most common rats in the world because they have taken boats to every country over the past few centuries. House rats typically like warmer climates, while brown rats live in temperate climates. They typically live anywhere humans live. Many rat species also live in trees. 

Habits
Overall, rats live to forage and mate. Most rats are nocturnal, though the brown rat is often awake day or night. 

Rats usually stick together in groups called packs. New packs are formed when a male and female go off on their own and nest in an area that doesn’t already contain a pack. Brown rats are usually led by the largest male in the pack. Other rats may have several dominant males or females in a pack.



 In Round Rock Rats Entered This Home From Behind The Dishwasher

The Roof Is The Usual Entry Point For Roof Rats The Most Common Rat We Exterminate