Master Services (972) 877-4650 can help you with Dallas rat removal, including the clean up and sanitizing of your home.
No one wants to go into their attic to dig up some camping gear or holiday decorations only to find a big fat rat scurrying around. If this does happen, however, what are you to do? Well, after you shake off the heebie jeebies, you should call Masters Services to schedule a Dallas rat removal. We have been in the nuisance wildlife removal business for over sixteen years and we will be more than happy to help you with all of your Dallas rat removal needs.
When you figure out that you have a rat problem, you should begin taking steps toward getting a Dallas rat removal immediately. Rats will do all kinds of damage to your home if they are left to dwell there for any extended period of time. Really, rats could do a considerable amount of damage to your home in just a matter of days. Rats love to chew. They will gnaw through just about anything, including dry wall, insulation, piping, and wires. This could become a dangerous situation rather quickly, if you think about it. If the rats begin chewing on your electrical wires, they could create a serious fire hazard that should not be ignored. Roughly 40,000 fire incidents happen per year due to faulty electrical wiring. Of these 40,000 fires, it is estimated that 40% are caused by rodents chewing through the electrical wires. This is just one of the reasons that getting a Dallas rat removal is so important.
There are other health hazards associated with rat infestation. Rats carry many infectious diseases that are very harmful to humans. People most often become infected with these diseases when their food or water supply becomes contaminated. This could most certainly happen if rats are living in your home with you. Rats will also use the bathroom all over the area in which they are dwelling, and disease can spread this way as well. Besides the health hazard, this kind of damage to your home could result in a rather costly repair bill. Often urine stains and contaminates materials such as sheetrock and insulation to the point where these materials must be replaced. This is not cheap!