Professional Rodent Control in Marshall County, TN | Waynes

How can Waynes Help with Rodent Control in Marshall County?

Rodent control is an essential part of the service that Waynes provides to our customers in Marshall County, Tennessee. Rodents vary from rats to mice, but all can cause an immense amount of damage to your property, as well as spread diseases and fleas, which catch a free ride on rats. At Waynes, we take rodents and other pests out of the equation.

Our skilled service professionals can handle even the trickiest rodent infestations. Our solutions involve analyzing the property, finding entry points and nesting sites, and then eradicating the infesting population through mess-free, environmentally friendly traps. Once caught in our sightless and odorless traps, our control team will remove them.

We also provide an EnviroSmart control service for commercial enterprises. Our systems successfully monitor infestations through sensors, while our non-toxic traps take care of the problem, with data continuously being fed back to our Smart data hub. Regular inspections will put you at ease, allowing you to focus on your home and business.

What Risks Do Rodents Pose to Marshall County, TN?

Rodents have been responsible for some of the worst outbreaks in human history. When they aren’t busy spreading disease themselves through feces, the fleas that they often escort are busy doing that themselves. Diseases associated with rodents include LCM (Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis), Hantavirus, Salmonella, Dysentery, Mycoplasma, Leptospirosis, and others. 

When rodents aren’t spreading disease, they are doing countless damage to your property. They can chew through wood, plastic piping, electrical wiring and more. Flooding from damaged pipes, unsanitary leaks, fires caused by chewed-through electrical wiring, and support damage and drywall from gnawing are all symptoms of rodent infestations. 

With Waynes’ rodent removal service in Marshall County, TN, we guarantee that our service professionals will not only analyze the damage done by your rodent infestation but actively get that problem under control.

We serve in all cities in Marshall County

Serving Communities Throughout the Marshall County Area

Zip Codes

35004, 35005, 35006, 35014, 35016, 35019, 35020, 35022, 35023, 35032, 35033, 35036, 35043, 35044, 35052,

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How to Stop Rodents from Entering Your Marshall County, TN Home

Practicing efficient rodent control could help you prevent an infestation from occurring in the first place. There’s no guarantee that rodents won’t end up on your doorstep anyway, but a home (or business) that actively takes measures to prevent this certainly lessens the desirability of their property to rodents. Some top tips include:

  • Do not leave food scraps around. Even crumbs and dirty dishes can be appealing to rodents. Put all excess food in air-tight containers, even if rodents can eat through them. There’s no reason to invite them to dinner.
  • Take out the trash regularly and keep it at a safe distance from your home if possible. 
  • Clean dirty surfaces and sanitize the home through vacuuming and mopping.
  • Check for holes and gaps. Rodents can squeeze through surprisingly tight spaces, and seemingly impossible holes. They aren’t opposed to making their own, either.
  • Homes with chimneys or businesses with ventilation should ensure that there is a screen that stops rodents from getting in.
  • Avoid humid spaces if possible. Rodents like to nest wherever there is moisture.
  • Don’t leave firewood stacked up against a wall, and keep shrubbery trimmed back from your home to limit the number of hiding spaces that rodents have access to. The fewer places there are to hide, the less appealing your property will be. 

Common Signs of Rodent Infestations in Marshall County

Sometimes, no matter what you do, rodents have their eyes on your property and are set to squat there. It is always worth contacting Waynes’ Marshall County, TN rodent removal team, even if you only suspect there is a marginal chance that an infestation is taking place. However, all the following are tell-tale signs that the furry critters have chosen to call your property home:

  • Droppings that are thin and tapered to one end usually belong to rodents.
  • Gnawing or chewing sounds coming from the walls, ceiling, or floors.
  • Tooth marks in cables, plastic, wood, wiring, and even metal.
  • An ammonia smell in the house is usually a sign that house mice are nearby.
  • Squeaking noises are only common around nesting sites. Most rodents tend to opt for radio-silence when they are on the prowl around humans.