Rodent Control

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Customer Reviews

Susan D : Plano

 I called many different rodent control companies, They came out the same day and were very friendly. I would highly recommend them.  *****

David L : Frisco

 I had I shopped many pest control companies before I decided to go with DFW Rodent Control. The cost was well worth every penny. I haven't had any noise in my attic at all now ***** 

Garry C: Dallas

 The service crew did an amazing job fully sealing up my home and no more squirrels in my attic. I recommend them to my neighbor that had raccoons in his attic ***** 

Jose E : Fort Worth

 The pest control inspector took his time with us and was not in a rush. I had another exterminator from Plano come out and told me I had a major rat problem that was going to cost me thousands, I decided to call DFW Rodent Control and I am glad I did they are the best exterminator in Frisco and had the best price ***** 

Keith W : Southlake

 I had skunks digging a hole under my house. They trapped the skunks within 2 days. Thank you for the great service ***** 

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DFW Rodent Control


Rats and Mice


  • Rats are nocturnal and are normally heard scratching and chirping late at night or morning.
  • Rats poop and pee as they walk and can destroy your attic insulation in a short time.
  • Rats can transmit diseases to humans through contact with their urine and feces.
  • Rats can begin breeding as young as 3 months old.

Typical pest control companies will just set some traps and throw some bait/poison in the attic but that never solves the problem. A professional rodent control company will seal the house up to prevent more rodents from getting in so that you don't have to keep calling another exterminator.



  • When you have raccoons in your attic, it's generally very noticeable. 
  • It sounds like a human is walking across the ceiling in the middle of the night.
  • Raccoons are the largest animals that inhabit attics.
  • They can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage.
  • They can damage your A/C duct-work and even your drywall. 
  • Raccoon feces and urine are recognized by the CDC as being extremely toxic to humans. 
  • This can be very dangerous because raccoons tend to rip and tear your A/C duct-work, allowing the toxic spores to enter your home's air conditioning system. 
  • It it Highly Recommended to let a trained pest control rodent control exterminator handle a raccoon. 
  • Customers in the Plano Dallas Frisco and surrounding areas have had raccoons in their attics.



  • Squirrels can cause extensive damage to the electrical wiring, a/c duct-work in your attic.
  • Squirrels are also very territorial and will stop at nothing to get back into your attic once they have been blocked out.
  • When you have squirrels in your attic, the infestation is not generally noticed right away because they are diurnal.
  • Squirrels generally cause damage from chewing on wires.



  • Skunks are subterranean animals and have large front claws to dig underneath the foundation of your home.
  • Skunks are well adapted to living in Dallas, Frisco, Plano and surrounding areas in DFW . 
  • Skunks can carry rabies and should not be handled by anyone except a trained pest control/rodent control exterminator .
  • Skunks spray a potent odor from glands under the base of the tail when they feel threatened.
  • Skunks can be extremely dangerous to family pets. Their large front claws and odorous liquid that is sprayed from their glands can inflict harm to your pets eyes, lungs and body.



  • Opossums are nocturnal animals with sharp teeth and powerful tails.
  • Opossums carry fleas and can cause flea infestations in homes or on pets.
  • Opossums will eat almost anything that they can scavenge from trash, pet food and occasionally plants.
  • Opossums are known for playing dead when they are threatened. Their foul smell is a very effective method of warding off their predators.

Bed Bugs


  •  Bed bugs hides in beds, biting humans to feed on their blood. 
  •  They are elusive, nocturnal creatures. 
  •  They can hide behind baseboards and in cracks, crevices, and folded areas of beds, bedding and adjacent furniture, especially mattresses and box springs. 
  •  Bed bugs can also hide in electrical switchplates, picture frames, wallpaper and nearly anywhere inside a home, car, bus, or other shelter. 
  •  Bed bugs usually come out at night for a blood meal.