Did you know rodents are the most common pest worldwide? Major cities like Live Oak, Universal City, Leon Valley, Selma, New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, Schertz, Timberwood Park, Boerne, Cibolo, Stone Oak, Hollywood Park, Shavano Park, Fredericksburg, Spring Branch, Fair Oaks & Alamo Heights are particularly susceptible to rodent presence, especially rats. Mice and rats are the most common rodents, but squirrels are also a lesser-known part of the rodent family. If you see a single rodent in your San Antonio home, there could be a bigger rodent problem than just what you see—that's where Wildlife X Team® San Antonio comes in. We have years of experience with trapping rodents and, most importantly, repairing rodent damage and preventing future rodent issues. Call Wildlife X Team® San Antonio at 830.253.2810 to get rid of your San Antonio rodent problems today!
Major Rodent Issues
Though their non-threatening appearance and small stature might fool you, rodents can actually do a lot of damage to landscapes and buildings on your Live Oak, Universal City, Leon Valley, Selma, New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, Schertz, Timberwood Park, Boerne, Cibolo, Stone Oak, Hollywood Park, Shavano Park, Fredericksburg, Spring Branch, Fair Oaks & Alamo Heights property. Some of the more common rodent complaints we receive are:
- Large amounts of rodent droppings in various locations (attics, kitchens, especially under kitchen sinks)
- Potential entry through damaged roofs and other points on homes
- Ripped and gnawed-open food containers
- Grease marks along walls and doors
Should I Be Concerned About Rodents?
In short, yes — rodents are generally unfavorable creatures to have large amounts of, especially near your family. Rodents frequent unhygienic places like trash receptacles and therefore are host to many deadly diseases and can also carry parasites, many of which can latch onto humans and pets. It is important not to handle rodents or their waste unless you are trained as each can transmit infectious disease.
So How Do I Get Rid Of Rodents?
Call Wildlife X Team® San Antonio at 830.253.2810 and we'll do the hard work for you.