Identifying Rat & Mice Activities
Rats & Mice look for food, shelter and warmth;
Here are 3 easy to see signs of Rodents in your home.
Rodent Control Solutions
Exterminator identifies the holes or possible entry points where rats, mice & raccoons can enter. Strategically set up Bait outside to deter these rodents from seeking food inside your home or business.
If Mice, Rats or Raccoons have already entered your home, then Trapping is required. We use tried & true trapping methods to catch and remove mice, rats & raccoons quickly.
Rodent Exclusion service is required to Identify and seal up possible point of entries and rodent-proof your house.. This prevent more Rats, Mice or Raccoons from entering through small openings all around the house.
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Whether its mice, rats or raccoons, we can help you figure out the pest and its treatment.
A thorough inspection identifies rodent activity and level of infestation. Treatment plan is selected accordingly.
The treatment can include rodent baiting, trapping, and/or exclusion for total removal of rats, mice and raccoons.
Free follow up to check and reset rodent traps & baits. Inspect sealed entry points to ensure total exclusion of rodents.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The best way to determine what rodents you have is by identifying if the activity is at night or during the day.
Glue boards are a great monitoring tool for rodents but glue boards alone can not get rid of rodents.
Yes, our specialist will complete an inspection and point out areas that need to be sealed.
If we are completing an exclusion, we may have sealed the home while the rodent was out of the nest. This is great, a sealed home will prevent it from returning.
Yes, when a home exclusion is completed we will be sealing small holes up to the size of a penny.
Just using traps can catch rodents but it will not prevent future rodents from entering. Rodents are creatures of habit. If they pick up the scent of another rodent they will be more inclined to investigate the opening as well.
Yes, rodent treatments can get costly depending on the type of work done. We will always work with you on treatments and provide various payment options.
No, please allow up to one week post-treatment, before any cleaning of cabinet doors or hinges.
Rodent Control Services Houston
Conquest Pest Control serving communities in Sugar Land, Rosenberg, Richmond, Katy, Cypress, Stafford, Missouri City, Pearland, and neighboring cities for more than 20 years. Are you looking for an exterminator to get rid of rats, mice and raccoons? Well, you need not look further than Conquest’s proven Rodent Control service.
How to Get Rid of Rats and Mice Fast & Permanently
Locate all Entry Points
Pay attention to damaged drains, gaps, cracks, and vents. Look for gaps around plumbing or utility lines that run in your house. Conduct a complete inspection to determine where mice or rats coming from.
Seal the Gaps
Seal the gaps in your interior and exterior walls. You can fill them with cement, wire wool, metal kick plates, or caulk for better results. Mice can enter through less than 1/2 inch of opening.
Spread black pepper, peppermint oil or place cloves around the exterior of your house to keep Rats and Raccoons away. Sprinkle pepper powder near the rat holes and opening to stop them from re-entering your house.
Remove Food And Water Sources
Mice and Rats are attracted to food and water sources. Make sure you seal your food with airtight lids and store food leftovers & garbage into thick plastic or metal containers with tight-fitting lids. Clean such containers frequently with hot water and detergent.
Remove Hiding Places
Do you want to eliminate rats and mice without poisoning them? Eliminate their hiding places. Clean up the clutter, secure your storage boxes, and store food in durable plastic container. Food packaged in plastic bags or cardboard is an easy target for Mice and Rats.