Rodent Control

Rodent Control

Stop Rodents and 30+ Other Pests For As LOW AS $37 A Month !!

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Stop Rodents and 30+ Other Pests For As LOW AS $37 A Month !!

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Quarterly Pest & Rodent Control (every 90 days)

Rodent Control: If trapping is going to be performed, rodents will be trapped and removed from the house or desired building. Once rodents are removed from inside the home, rodent bait stations will be placed on the exterior of the home to reduce the population of rodents harboring nearby. 

home dewebbing: this is where we sweep down all spider webs and wasps nests from the very top of the home to the bottom. Once done we spray these areas so they do not return. 

Entry point Treatment: all of the entry points from the top of the home all the way to the bottom of the home are treated. This includes eaves, windows, doors, weep holes, cracks, crevices, and anywhere else a pest might enter. This stops bugs like spiders and cockroaches from finding their way inside.

Foundation Treatment: The foundation of the home will be power sprayed to ensure pests like ants, earwigs, cockroaches, centipedes, and other crawling bugs don’t find their way inside through the foundation of the home.

Interior Treatment: The inside of the home is often not needed to be effective but in cases where it is needed. Areas like baseboards, laundry rooms, underneath sinks, and other areas will be treated to remove pests that are already inside the home.

The Dane’s Pest Family

We are a locally owned family business right here in Huntsville Alabama! We take pride in solving pest issues for families in Huntsville and the surrounding areas.

Pest Control does not have to be complicated. We focus on making the entire pest control process as easy as possible for you. We offer effective plans to fit your pest control needs! 

We know customer service is KING! We focus on things like responding immediately to texts and calls, showing up on time for services, making service details easy to understand, and most importantly treating you like family.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find quick answers to common questions about our pest control services. Learn more about our methods, safety measures, and what to expect during treatment.

Yes! Everything is safe for pets and kids! We ask to please have dogs put away for 30 minutes after the service is complete.

Rodents can be eliminated in as little as a few days or it can take weeks depending on the infestation.

Yes! Rodents are one of the most common bugs in the United States. Even with Pest Control Rodents are constantly trying to find their way back to your home. This is why we return every 3 months to ensure your home is protected. 

The service is performed quarterly and billed monthly. We require a debit/credit card to be put on file to be charged monthly. 

Cash is accepted but customer must pay for 3 months if they want to pay in cash.

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Get rid of Rodents today by calling our Huntsville Rodents Experts

Call Us at 256 795-6590 or contact us online now!

Dealing with rats or mice? Looking for an effective and affordable service to remove and prevent rodents? We’ve got you covered! Rats and mice can cause disease, bring fleas, and they can cause thousands of dollars in damages! Rest assured, we remove rodents that are already inside the home and we prevent them from coming back! Let our family take care of your family today!

Rats and Mice in Huntsville Homes

Roof Rat

The roof rat, known for its likely role in spreading the Black Plague during the Middle Ages, is an adept climber, often entering homes through roofs. These resilient creatures can survive significant falls, up to 60 feet, making roof access a desired choice to enter Huntsville homes. Their adaptability to various environments can complicate DIY efforts for eradication.

Dark in color, ranging from dark brown to black, roof rats can measure up to 1.5 feet from nose to tail. If you identify a rodent matching this description, a roof rat infestation may be the culprit.

Norway Rat (Gopher Rat)

Also referred to as sewer rats or gopher rats, Norway rats have robust bodies that hinder climbing, making them more prone to entering homes at lower levels. While they can climb to some extent, their running and swimming abilities contribute to their nicknames.

Brown in color, with lighter underbellies, Norway rats share a similar length but are often larger in size and have blunt noses. If these rats are present in your home, it’s time for rat extermination.

Deer Mouse

Characterized by agility and speed, deer mice possess large hind feet that facilitate easy jumping. Their fur displays contrasting colors, with reddish-brown on top and white on the belly, legs, and feet. Despite their smaller size, deer mice carry a harmful strain of hantavirus.

House Mouse

As the name suggests, house mice prefer dwelling in homes and buildings. With a length of around seven inches, light brown fur, and a lighter underbelly, these small rodents are common indoor pests.

One significant issue with rodents, in general, is their rapid reproduction. For instance, a female rat can produce up to 20 babies in a single litter and may go into heat again within a day. With six litters a year, a pair of rats can multiply exponentially, reaching about 1,200 offspring annually. Similarly, a typical mouse can give birth five to ten times a year, contributing to rapid population growth.

Signs of a Rodent Infestation

  • Signs of nibbling on wood, plastic, or rubber materials.
  • Greasy traces or rub marks, which are caused by the rat’s fur that comes in contact with wooden beams or other painted surfaces.
  • Food items that show signs of damage, such as partially consumed fruits, vegetables, and nuts.
  • Snail shells in a state of breakage found in the garden vicinity, under bushes, or close to nesting sites.
  • Gnawing observed on utility cables or in trees.
  • Audible sounds of nibbling and gnawing emanating from loft, sub-floor, and wall spaces.
  • Concealment in the ground, between walls, and similar hiding spots.
  • Presence of rodent droppings.


Rodent Disease and Damage

A rodent infestation is problematic to a Huntsville homeowner because rodents not only carry harmful diseases but they also can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to a home.

One consequence is the potential destruction caused by mice building nests and storing food within your furniture and other structural elements. This can lead to considerable harm to your property as they utilize items like clothing, wiring, and insulation for nest construction.

Additionally, there is a health risk associated with rodent infestations. These creatures carry and transmit numerous diseases, like Hantavirus, Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome, Lassa Fever, Leptospirosis, Monkey pox, Rat-Bite Fever, Salmonellosis, Sylvatic Typhus, and Tularemia posing serious threats to both your well-being and that of your customers, particularly if you own a commercial business. The transmission of diseases can occur through rodent bites or contamination of food and water. Furthermore, the presence of fleas, ticks, and mites, which naturally accompany rodents, adds another layer of health concern.

Dealing with significant rodent problems is undesirable, not only due to the potential risks to your property but also the potential loss of income for business owners. Our approach involves a thorough assessment of your property to identify issues, followed by the development of a comprehensive contingency plan to address and resolve the infestation.

Tips To Prevent Rodents For Your Huntsville Home

  • Seal Entry Points:
    • Inspect your home for any gaps or openings, and seal them to prevent rodents from entering. Pay attention to cracks in walls, gaps around windows and doors, and openings where utility lines enter.
  • Proper Food Storage:
    • Store food items in airtight containers to deny rodents easy access to their food sources. This includes both human and pet food.
  • Regular Cleaning:
    • Maintain cleanliness in and around your home. Regularly clean up crumbs, spills, and food debris. Ensure that trash bins are securely closed.
  • Trim Vegetation:
    • Trim branches and vegetation near your home, as rodents can use them as pathways to access your property.
  • Secure Garbage Disposal:
    • Use tight-fitting lids on garbage cans to prevent rodents from rummaging through trash for food.
  • Remove Standing Water:
    • Eliminate any sources of standing water, as rodents need water to survive. Fix leaky faucets and ensure proper drainage.
  • Keep Yard Tidy:
    • Keep the yard well-maintained. Remove clutter, old furniture, and piles of debris that can serve as hiding spots for rodents.
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