The Rapid Rodent Removal Pest Control Company In Mckinney

Our Rodent Control Specialists provide Trapping and Removal, Decontamination Services, and Entry Prevention and Repair at a Lower Price than our Competitors. We are fully Licensed, Bonded, and Insured which allows us to provide Guaranteed Great  Customer Service
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Rapid Rodent Removal is a Full Service Wildlife Management Firm that applies Innovative Environmentally-Responsible Techniques for handling Nuisance Rodent & Animal Control problems.  
Don't  buy into the panic & fear while getting taken advantage of with a one-sized fits all mentality that other companies offer. Ask about our Customized Rodent Removal Plan today. 

Rats, squirrels, and Mice In Attic - Infestation

Heard or Found Rodents in Your Home & Attic? That doesn't necessarily mean you have an Infestation. Our Rodent Control Experts have Techniques and Products to save you thousands when Treating or Preventing future Infestations.


RATS, SQUIRRELS, AND MOUSE REMOVAL

Our Friendly Wildlife Specialists will identify the problem areas while providing customer education. Our Customized Step-by-Step Approach to re-establishing rodent control in and around your home includes Damage Prevention, and Repair Recommendations. We humanely remove animals and follow up on our work.

 

RODENT REMOVAL COST

Our Competitive Pricing is another great reason to choose us! We will not only Match Any Competitors Quote but we will beat it by 10% ! Guaranteed. 
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ABOUT Rapid rodent removal - McKinney

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Rapid Rodent Removal is the #1 choice for Wildlife Removal Experts in the Metroplex. Our Rodent Control Specialists provide Trapping & Removal, Decontamination Services, and Entry Prevention & Repair at a Lower Price than our competitors. We are fully Licensed, Bonded, and Insured which allows us to guarantee Great Customer Service.

We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide you with peace of mind around the clock so don't wait! Call now for a Rapid Rodent Removal Wildlife Expert to solve your problem!

 

                        Our CUSTOM RODENT REMOVAL PLAN

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When Rapid Rodent Removal sends a Wildlife Expert out to your home, he doesn't come with a one-size-fits-all plan to offer you. Our Experts will conduct a thorough Home Inspection of your attics, crawl spaces, and exterior of your house in order to assess the problem and find possible solutions. We will take into account all presenting evidence found in and around your home and factor in your reports of sounds, smells, sightings, etc., in order to formulate a Custom Rodent Removal Plan that includes:

  • Resolving the Wildlife Problem
  • Sanitizing and Deodorizing Your Home
  • Repairing any damage to wires, ducts, interior walls, insulation, etc.
  • Preventing future issues by sealing up any possible entry points on the exterior of your home
  • Providing Customer Education throughout the entire process to empower you to maintain rodent control on your property

Here's a look into the mind of our experts and a sneak peek at what you will see when they arrive at your door:

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Have you been told you have a rat infestation?

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No Problem! Call our Wildlife Experts Now to get a free, honest inspection of your home, attic, and property to determine if you have rats in your attic and what the best course of action is. We don't present a one-size-fits-all solution to rodent problems. Instead, we look at the evidence we find in and around your home and we listen to your reports of the problem, then we develop a Custom Rodent Control Plan just for you, so we know we have done exactly what your home needed to resolve the issue!


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Call out one of our Wildlife Experts Now to conduct a free investigation of your home, attic, and property to pinpoint where the squirrels are gaining access to your house. We will then develop a Custom Squirrel Removal Plan based on the evidence we found at your home to get rid of those pesky squirrels once and for all!


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Don't Panic! Just breathe through your mouth while you call us!

Have a dead animal hiding somewhere in your walls or attic? Don't worry - we know how much that stinks and we are here to help! We'll send out trained Wildlife Experts to sniff out the problem and remove it. Rapid Rodent Removal offers a full-service Dead Animal Removal Plan. This means we won't just cover up the smell - we use a multi-step process to fully eradicate your problem:

  • Find and Remove the Dead Animal
  • Deodorize and Sanitize Your Home
  • Fix the damage left behind by the animal
  • Repair any holes made to retrieve the dead animal
  • Follow-up our work by conducting a thorough Home Inspection to pin-point how the animal got in - FREE!
  • Formulate a Custom Exclusion Plan for your home to prevent future issues
 
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A McKinney RAT CONTROL COMPANY

Rapid Rodent Removal is a Full Service Wildlife Management Firm that applies Innovative Environmentally-Responsible Techniques for handling Nuisance Rodent & Animal Control problems.  Don't buy into the panic & fear while getting taken advantage of with a one-sized fits all mentality that other companies offer. Ask about our Individualized Rat Control Plan today. 

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Our Friendly Dallas Rat Removal Specialists can identify the Problem Areas while providing customer education. Our Individualized Step-by-Step approach to Re-establish Rat Control in or around Your Home includes Damage Prevention, and Repair Recommendations. We humanely Remove Animals and follow up on our work.

 
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INFESTATION IN YOUR ATTIC ?

Heard or Found Rats in Your Home & Attic? That doesn't necessarily mean you have an Infestation. Our Rat Control Experts have Techniques and Products to save you thousands when Treating or Preventing future Infestations. 

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getting rid of roof rats in McKinney !

 

One of your first indications of a rat infestation may be the appearance of pellet-sized dropping in your home and attic. These feces are a good indicator of how long your problem has been there, with fresh droppings appearing very dark and soft. After 4-5 days, the droppings will lose their color and harden. While there are 40 – 50 species of rats and mice in Texas alone, you are most likely to find Roof Rats and/or Norway Rats causing problems in and around your home. Rats can be incredibly destructive house guests, creating problems seen and unseen, such as:

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  • Destroying the insulation in your attic
  • Leaving feces and urine in your attic and walls
  • Chewing on wires and ducting in your attic
  • Spreading diseases to you, your family, and your pets

Because of their prolific breeding habits and their destructive nature, it is important to have any rat problem taken care of immediately. Call us now for a free inspection of your home.

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HEALTH RISKS

Contamination of food and disease transmission are two major concerns with rat infestations. Rats will contaminate your food with feces and urine while searching for something to eat which transmits diseases to humans and pets. Rat mites, fleas and lice can also carry diseases and will infect animals and people.

The CDC lists several rodent-transmitted diseases, including:

  • Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
  • Murine typhus
  • Rat-bite fever
  • Leptospirosis
  • Eosinophilic meningitis
  • Several bacterial infections including Salmonella and Listeriosis

Control of rats and eradication of infestations should decrease the chance of exposure to these diseases and reduce the risk of infection.

 

RATs in your McKinney home or walls ? 

Rats are nocturnal creatures, so most people who have a rat infestation report hearing squeaking, scratching, gnawing, and digging noises at night. These sounds often come from the attic due to the rats burrowing in the insulation to nest, however, it is not uncommon to hear the noises in your walls, kitchen, laundry rooms, garage, and in the areas where pet food is stored.

Rats access your attic in search of a warm, quiet, safe place to nest and reproduce. Once a rat has taken up residency inside your attic the problem can quickly get out of hand. A female rat can have 6-12 babies per litter and have up to 7 litters a year. A baby rat reaches sexual maturity at just 2-3 months. This means that in the span of a year, one pair of rats can produce up to 15,000 descendants.

Rats are omnivores and will feed on almost anything available to them. Pet food can be a huge draw for rodents of all types so it is important to keep it in tightly sealed containers. They typically leave their nests at night in search of food, feeding on plants, nuts, seeds, berries, vegetables, meats, and fruits.

A rat’s teeth continue to grow throughout their lifetime, so rats will gnaw on anything around them to grind their teeth down. This is why rats will chew through wires in your attic, behind your refrigerator, washer and dryer, or inside your walls. They will also chew through your duct work in your attic in search of heat in the winter or cool air in the summer. This increases the chance of spreading airborne diseases through your house and also increases your monthly heating and cooling bill depending on the size of the hole they have chewed.

If you’re hearing rodent activity inside your walls or attic, it’s important to call and schedule an inspection. Our trained inspectors will be able to determine if or how bad the infestation is and the best rat removal approach. Don’t be afraid, we haven’t adopted the one-sized-fits-all mentality plaguing other companies in the rodent removal industry. Rapid Rodent Removal utilizes experience and a personalized approach to reestablish rat control in your home and property. Call Now to schedule a free inspection. 


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McKinney SQUIRREL CONTROL

Rapid Rodent Removal is a Full Service Wildlife Management Firm that applies Innovative Environmentally-Responsible Techniques for handling Nuisance Rodent & Animal Control problems.  Don't buy into the panic & fear while getting taken advantage of with a one-sized fits all mentality that other companies offer. Ask about our Individualized Squirrel Control Plan today.

 
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Our Friendly Dallas Squirrel Removal Specialists can identify the Problem Areas while providing customer education. Our Individualized Step-by-Step approach to Re-establish Squirrel Control in or around Your Home includes Damage Prevention, and Repair Recommendations. We humanely Remove Animals and follow up on our work.

 

Are SQUIRRELS IN YOUR McKinney ATTIC ?

Heard or Found Squirrels in Your Home & Attic? That doesn't necessarily mean you have an Infestation. Our Squirrel Control Experts have Techniques and Products to save you thousands when Treating or Preventing future Infestations.  

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How to get rid of squirrels in McKinney!

 

There are many reasons people desire to have this pest trapped and removed. Squirrels are usually classified as a pest species due to the annoyance of them trying to live in our  houses.

The most common complaints we get field calls for are:

 

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·         Squirrels in the attic or chimney

·         Squirrels chewing on your house or roof

·         Loose squirrel stuck inside your home

 

Squirrels love to live in attics. They also love to chew and will do so on houses or wires, ducts, and pipes once inside an attic. Nobody likes hearing the noises of squirrels in the ceiling, attic or eaves, however the chewing can become a problem. Squirrels often chew on electrical wires in attics, and create fire hazards. Squirrels also bring in nesting material and leave urine and feces in your attic.

Sometimes, squirrels will chose to nest inside chimneys instead of attics. When doing this they can get stuck and frantically scratch, or sometimes even get into the fireplace and inside the house.

The best way to get rid of squirrels in your house is to seal up all entry points. However, it’s not that simple. You won’t want to seal up the entry points while the squirrels are still inside your home, so observing your intruder’s habits will help you decide when to take action. Squirrels are very territorial and difficult to remove once they have created a nest. If you're struggling to removal squirrels on your own, Rapid Rodent Removal has trapping specialists Call Now for help. 

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Health Risk

 Zoonotic diseases are infections that animals can pass to people through bites, feces, urine, or external parasites. Probably the best known and most serious of these diseases is rabies, a virus that attacks not only wildlife but people and pets, as well. To be safe, never handle or try to trap an animal that seems to be sick or showing unusual behavior. Leave the procedure to pest management professionals or local animal damage control experts.

 

Squirrels in your McKinney home or walls ? Information

There are 10 species of squirrel in Texas. Only 3, however, are commonly found in the DFW area:

  • Fox Squirrel
  • Southern Flying Squirrel
  • Thirteen Lined Ground Squirrel.

Tree squirrels are interesting animals, but in urban and suburban areas they can become pests.

Fox squirrels, the most common of the tree squirrels, are most often seen or heard during the day (although fox squirrels have been occasionally noted to exhibit nighttime activity). Therefore, sounds of running or gnawing coming from the attic during the day often indicate the presence of squirrels whereas running, squealing and gnawing sounds at night generally indicate the presence of rats or raccoons. 

Tree squirrels feed on a variety of material: nuts, fruit, seeds, berries, insects and bark make up the bulk of their diet. They may eat pecans, fruits, berries, bird seed or vegetables in home gardens and, in many cases, this makes it difficult to establish Squirrel Control on your property. Squirrels don't just gather the food they need at that moment -- they gather and stock up for the future. These rodents take up residence in nests that offer storage space, like the hollow of a tree, an empty animal burrow or a house's attic. When a squirrel gathers food like nuts, seeds, acorns and berries, he carries them in his mouth back to his nest, where he stores them. Alternatively, he may bury food in the ground at different places around the neighborhood, where his sense of smell later leads him to unearth it.

Generally, squirrels live in the holes of tree trunks or in abandon crow’s nests but in suburban areas it is very common for squirrels to nest in soffit holes, attics, or crawl spaces causing extensive damage in those areas. Once inside your home, squirrels may gnaw on and damage electrical wiring, causing fire hazards.

Squirrels breed throughout the year, but breeding peaks occur in July-September and December-February. The young are born in 40-45 days and remain in the nest for about six weeks. During this six week period, they are blind, nearly naked and develop slowly. Their eyes open at five weeks, but they do not climb out of the nest for at least seven or eight weeks. After that, they live in family groups for about a month while they begin foraging for themselves. By the time they are three months old, they can fend for themselves and at six months old they have reached adult size. At ten or eleven months they reach sexual maturity, and the cycle can begin again.

Effective Squirrel Control comes only with knowledge and experience, and Rapid Rodent Removal specializes in both. Call now for a free inspection and effective Squirrel Control.

 


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A NEARBY CITIES WEBSITE GOES INTO GREAT DEPTH ON TREATING RODENT PROBLEMS IN THE CITIES STRUGGLING TO DECREASE POPULATIONS OF RATS AND RODENTS AND GIVES USEFUL TIPS AND WE ALSO RECOMMEND.

 

“There are 3 main species of rodent currently in Frisco, the Norway rat, roof rat and house mouse.
           Norway Rat
The largest and most robust rodent with brownish/grayish fur and a fur-less tail shorter than its body. They produce 4 to 6 litters per year and average about 8 young per litter. The Norway rat lives one-to-two years and reaches productive maturity at 3 months. Norway rats typically burrow under building foundations, beneath rubbish or wood piles and around gardens or fields. Generally, they remain in the basement or ground floor when invading a residence. Norway rats are also powerful swimmers and may enter a residence through the sewer or broken pipes.
           Roof Rat
Sleek and agile the roof rat has brownish / grayish fur and a fur-less tail longer than its body. They produce at least 3 litters per year and average about 6 young per litter. The roof rat lives about 1 to 2 years and reaches productive maturity at 3 months. Roof rats are adept at climbing and will nest above ground in shrubs, trees, dense vegetation such as ivy, elevated spaces in walls, attics, false ceilings and cabinets.
House Mouse
The smallest of the three rodent species listed with brownish / grayish fur, small black eyes, large ears and a long fur-less tail. They produce 13 litters per year and average about 6 young per litter. The house mouse will live about 1 year and reaches productive maturity at 6 to 10 weeks. Due to the small size of the house mouse, they are able to enter buildings much more easily than rats and are also able to survive in smaller areas with less food and shelter available to them.
  • Signs of Rodent Infestation
  • Droppings along walls or in cabinets and drawers
  • Gnaw marks where the rodents have entered the residence or have found access to food
  • Greasy smudge marks where rodents have entered the residence or rubbed along beams, pipes, rafters or walls
  • Remnants of nests when moving old boxes, yard debris or junk
  • Burrows dug in the landscaping or under the foundation
  • Sounds such as gnawing, clawing, climbing in walls and squeaks
  • Rodent Prevention & Population Control
  • Rodent Proof Your Home
  • Seal all holes, cracks and entryways around pipes, cables and wires with course steel wool or wire screen that the rodents cannot chew through. Holes as small as 1/4 inch will allow entry into a building. Concrete may be used to prevent rodents from burrowing under the foundation.
  • Ensure all doors, windows and screens fit tightly. Repair or replace any damaged screens. Garage doors may be sealed using weather stripping.
  • Cover the gnawed edges of entryways with sheet metal to prevent further chewing.
  • Keep inside doors to the garage and pet doors closed at night.
  • Use self closing exits on clothes dryer vents to the outside.
  • Do not forget to check roof and eaves areas and to repair or replace vent screens.
  • Sanitation & Prevention
  • Remove trash and yard debris frequently to eliminate possible nesting areas.
  • Keep grass and landscaping trimmed and away from the house.
  • Do not leave pet food out. Feed only the amount your pet will finish.
  • Remove dog waste daily.
  • Repair water leaks or drips. Remove accidental sources of water.

     

MCKINNEY’S RICH HISTORY AS TOLD BY THEIR OFFICAL WEBSITE, YOU CAN READ THE FULL ENTRY HERE:


McKinney has a unique, rich and diverse spirit in part because of the history that shaped it. Over the years, the city leadership’s vision in preserving our history has intentionally crafted a town that offers the best of the old with a vibrant present and a very promising future.
 
McKinney’s history includes many stories about the people who lived here, the work they did and the places they called home. This page offers a short overview of our beginnings. There are many additional resources available through the McKinney Public Library, and our resource list offers some suggestions. We encourage you to research and learn more about the history that makes McKinney truly unique by nature.
 
Pioneer Spirit
The area we now call Collin County was originally settled by pioneers offered free land by colonizers like William S. Peters and associates. Colonizers were hired by the state of Texas to introduce settlers into this area, which was at first was called Peter’s Colony. The offer typically included up to 640 acres of land, a gun and help building a cabin. The Peter’s Colony settlers came in 1841.
Settlers arrived in wagons pulled by oxen or horses and braved the threats of weather, wild animals and native Indians for the promise of free land and a better life. They found that life here in the fertile land was rich but hard. Some left, abandoning their claims, but many stayed on and still more came, establishing farms, communities and commerce.
          McKinney’s Roots
Fannin County originally encompassed most of northeast Texas. In 1846, Collin County and several other counties were created out of the original area, and each was about 30 miles square. The Texas legislature decreed that a county seat had to be within three miles of the center of the county so a rider could get from the edge of the county to the county seat and back home in one day. Collin County was named for Collin McKinney who was a pioneer and land surveyor who helped draft and signed the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico in 1836.

    

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Building a City
The growing prosperity meant that bigger and better facilities were needed for the county seat. In 1866, the Commissioner’s Court imposed a special courthouse and jail tax, and in 1874 building on the new courthouse began. When it was completed in 1875, it was the tallest building in Texas north of San Antonio.
 
The booming economy meant better infrastructure and larger homes for many of the leading citizens. Many of McKinney’s most impressive historic homes were built in the 1890s. By 1885, the city had newspapers, banks, flour mills, an opera house, churches and two thousand residents. The first telephone exchange arrived in 1883, a volunteer fire department organized in 1887 and electric lights first lit up the town in 1889.
 
Creating Our Future
From these seeds grew the McKinney we know today: a town that is growing quickly and was chosen by Money Magazine in 2014 as the #1 Best Place to Live in the country. A diverse and thriving economy, a quality way of life and leadership and citizens dedicated to celebrating our roots serve us today and are paving the way for continued growth into the future.
 

This website contains a list of materials used as resources for this page, along with additional historical references.

City Info taken from Wiki
 

Local government
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (2009) states that the city's various funds had $194.8 million in Revenues, $182.5 million in expenditures, $144.5 million in total assets, $24.8 million in total liabilities, and $127.7 million in cash in investments.
 
The McKinney City Council has seven members. Two council members and the mayor are elected at large, and four council members are elected to single-member districts.
 
McKinney's City Manager serves under the direction of the City Council, and administers and coordinates the implementation of procedures, policies, and ordinances.
 
The city of McKinney is a voluntary member of the North Central Texas Council of Governments association, the purpose of which is to coordinate individual and collective local governments and facilitate regional solutions, eliminate unnecessary duplication, and enable joint decisions.
 
State government
McKinney is represented in the Texas Senate by Republican Van Taylor, District 8, and Republican Craig Estes, District 30. McKinney is also represented in the Texas House of Representatives by Republican Scott Sanford, District 70.
 
Federal government
At the federal level, the two U.S. senators from Texas are Republicans John Cornyn and Ted Cruz. McKinney is part of Texas' U.S. Congressional 3rd District, which is currently represented by Republican Sam Johnson.
 
Police department
The McKinney Police Department is the primary municipal law enforcement agency that serves the city. Chief Greg Conley is the head of the department and for the fiscal year of 2016-2017 there was an authorized total of 201 sworn peace officers and 59 non-sworn civilian positions. The department was awarded national accredited status from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and is also a Texas Police Chief's Association Foundation (TPCAF) Recognized Agency, making it only the third agency in Texas to receive both state and national accreditation