Rodent Control: Get rid of Rats and Mice

Rodent Control is extremely important to keep you and your home safe. Many Rodents carry diseases that can be harmful to your health. Also, rats and mice can cause extensive and expensive damage to your home and property. When rats and mice are present the chances of an electrical fire increase tremendously. Rodents can damage and expose electrical wiring which, many experts believe, leads to one quarter of all house fires in the U.S. Rodents will frequently raid trash cans, citrus trees, and vegetable gardens. Rodents will leave droppings anywhere, which causes a nasty odor and leaves a foul smell if never treated properly.

If you are dealing with a few rodents or a massive infestation, correctly identifying the type of species and the size of the problem is crucial in Rodent Control. At Allied Pest Solutions we use the best products and treatment procedures to control and eliminate any rodent problem. We have a reputation as the pest control company Phoenix residents can trust.

You can stop rodents from getting into your home by sealing and closing all entry points. A rodent can fit through a hole the size of a nickel or dime. With our Rodent Control service we will inspect your home thoroughly to show you possible areas of entry and will customize a plan based off these findings. Rodents are always looking for food and they are going to take the easiest path to get there. To prevent rodent infestations we recommend reducing easy access to food and water sources. This includes unpicked fruit trees or food scraps in the garbage. These tips will help make your home less attractive to these unwanted pests.

Roof rats are a large problem throughout the Valley. Properly maintained trees and keeping trees trimmed, are just some of our tips to help limit the spread of these unfriendly creatures. All the methods we use are people safe, pet safe and environmentally friendly.

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We are happy to discuss your specific rodent control needs and customize an approach that will take care of the problem. Our pest control technicians are experts in rodent control and are trained to handle any problem you have. All of our rodent control is fully guaranteed.


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Types of Rodents

Roof Rat

The Roof rat, also known as the ship rat, black rat, house rat, is a common long-tailed rodent of the genus Rattus in the subfamily Murinae. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Rattus rattus
Mass: 3.9 – 12 oz (Adult)
Lifespan: 12 months (In the wild)
Length: 13 – 18 in. (Adult)
Tail length: 6.7 – 9.8 in. (Adult)
Did you know: Roof rats prefer to nest in locations off of the ground and rarely dig burrows for living quarters if off-the-ground sites exist. icwdm.org

Norway Rat

The brown rat, also referred to as common rat, street rat, sewer rat, Hanover rat, Norway rat, Norwegian rat, or wharf rat is one of the best known and most common rats. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Rattus norvegicus
Mass: 8.1 oz Encyclopedia of Life
Trophic level: Herbivorous Encyclopedia of Life
Lifespan: 2 years (In the wild)
Gestation period: 21 – 24 days
Did you know: Indoors, Norway rats will nest inside walls, underneath equipment, in cluttered storage areas, and similar sites, usually on the lower floors of a building. nps.gov

House MOuse

The house mouse is a small mammal of the order Rodentia, characteristically having a pointed snout, small rounded ears, and a long naked. It is one of the most numerous species of the genus Mus. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Mus musculus
Mass: 0.68 oz (Adult) Encyclopedia of Life
Gestation period: 20 days Encyclopedia of Life
Trophic level: Carnivorous Encyclopedia of Life
Rank: Species
Did you know: Next to humans, the common house mouse is one of the most prevalent mammalian species in the world.

Black Rat

The black rat, also known as the ship rat, roof rat, house rat, is a common long-tailed rodent of the genus Rattus in the subfamily Murinae. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Rattus rattus
Mass: 3.9 – 12 oz (Adult)
Lifespan: 12 months (In the wild)
Length: 13 – 18 in. (Adult)
Tail length: 6.7 – 9.8 in. (Adult)
Did you know: Roof rats prefer to nest in locations off of the ground and rarely dig burrows for living quarters if off-the-ground sites exist. icwdm.org

Cactus MOuse

The cactus mouse is a species of rodents in the family Cricetidae. They are one species of a closely related group of common mice often called deer mice. Cactus mice are small, between 18 and 40 g in weight. Wikipedia
Scientific name: Peromyscus eremicus
Higher classification: Peromyscus
Rank: Specie
Did you know: Cactus mice are found in dry desert habitats in southwestern United States and northern Mexico, as well as islands off the coast of the Baja California peninsula and in the Gulf of Mexico.

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