Rodents, Azle, TX

If you’re struggling with rodents on your property, our team is here to help.

No one wants to deal with uninvited houseguests of any species, but rodents are perhaps the most unwelcome of all intruders. When these furry pests make their way into a home or business and set up their nests, they can cause a slew of problems within the building. Rodents like mice and rats are known to chew through electrical wires, insulation, and even furniture. They also carry diseases, contaminate everything they interact with, and exacerbate respiratory issues, making them a major health hazard.

Rodents in Azle, Texas

Dealing with rodents is never pleasant, and many people find their DIY attempts to control resident rodent populations and eradicate the unwanted guests ineffective. Rodents are known for their ability to reproduce quickly, with some species, like mice, able to produce a litter of five to six young in as short a time cycle as every 25 days. Fortunately, if you’re struggling with rodents on your Azel, Texas property, our team at Longhorn Termite & Pest Control is here to help.

We have the benefit of over 55 years of combined industry experience to draw on when it comes to dealing with rodents, and our experts will work hard to help you regain your home or business after they try to move in. Mice and rats are two of the most common rodents we deal with, and we understand how frustrating and invasive it can feel to have them take up residence in your home or business. We’ll work with you to create a customized removal and treatment plan so that you get the peace of mind you deserve.

Our customers never have to worry about being locked into a contract for a treatment plan, and your estimate for our services is always free. Reach out today to learn more or get started with an initial consultation.

At Longhorn Termite & Pest Control, we get rid of rodents for customers in Azle, Weatherford, Benbrook, and Graham, Texas.


Pests We Deal With:



Mice range in size from 5 to 7 inches (13 to 18 cm) long (including a long tail). They weigh from 1/4 to 2 ounces (7 to...
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Norway Rat

Similar to the roof rat but larger and chunkier; tail shorter than length of head and body. External measurements average: total length, 440 mm; tail, 205 mm;...
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Roof Rat

The roof rat (Rattus Rattus) is one of two introduced rats found in the contiguous 48 states. The Norway rat is the other species and is better...
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