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5 Signs of a Mouse or Rat Infestation in Your Home

When it comes to pest infestations in the Dallas area, rodents are one of the most common culprits. If you suspect there are mice or rats in your Dallas home, then here are five common signs of a mouse or rat infestation to help you identify the pests and take the appropriate actions to eliminate […]

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5 Raccoon Prevention Tips

With their sharp claws and ability to dig and scratch into your home through gaps in your roof soffits and ventilation ducts, raccoons can be a damaging problem to your property and your health. In their search for food and shelter, these nocturnal and mischievous critters are known to shred everything from your trash bags […]

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How to Get Rid of Bats

Bat removal can be a tricky process. If bats are not properly removed from your house, you can risk a widespread infestation or severe legal ramifications. If you discover bats living in your Dallas residence, they must be dealt with quickly before they can spread unpleasant odors, toxic waste, and cause structural problems to your […]

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How to Keep Squirrels Out of My Garden

Squirrels are known for damaging residential gardens since they provide easy access to low-hanging food such as seedlings, fruits, berries, flowers, vegetables, leaves, and tree buds. If you have noticed half-eaten crops, chewed produce on the ground, or small, shallow holes in your garden soil, then you may have a squirrel infestation on your hands. […]

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What To Do If You Have a Mouse Problem

Mice may seem like cute, fuzzy, and harmless critters, but having them run loose in your Dallas home can be terrifying. Mice are rodents, after all, and as such they are likely to carry disease, contaminate food, and gnaw on most anything they come across – including your electrical wiring, wooden beams, and the insulation […]

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