Reno Rodent Control

Custom Solutions for Rat & Mouse Problems in the Reno Area

While some may consider mice and rats cute and adorable, wild rodent intruders are a nuisance and health hazard. Prevent these little rodents from building their homes within yours with Truckee Meadows Pest Control.  Our team of pest control experts provides top-quality rodent control services in Reno, Carson City, Sparks, Lake Tahoe, and surrounding areas.

Each of our technicians is state certified, Purdue University certified and Quality Pro certified through the National Pest Management Association. You will not find a more knowledgeable, more courteous and quality-conscious team in the Reno area–We arrive when we say we will and do what we promise to do. If there should be some unforeseen delay, we will notify you before our scheduled appointment.

If you suspect you have rats or other rodents, call (775) 535-5788 or use our contact form to schedule an inspection and free estimate.

    “Super knowledgeable, very polite, they'll definitely make sure your issues are handled. I won't be using any other company. I initially asked for a consultation with my rodent issue and the tech (Todd) was delightful and knew immediately that my critters were mice. Once summer rolls around I was assured that my yearly ant/wasp problem won't be an issue either. Their prices are reasonable and theres great communication across the board. Please give them a call if you're considering any type of pest control service. Rental units are serviced as well as homeowners and businesses.”

    Keitha A.

Common Types of Rodents in the Reno Area

  • Roof Rat and Norway Rat – The Norway rat is the least common rat in Nevada. Identified by the tail being shorter than the length of the body. Their color varies from grey brown on the back and gray white on the belly. The Roof rat is more common in the Las Vegas area than in Reno. Identified by the tail being the head and body with large ears. From the tail to the nose their length can vary from 11” to 18”.
  • Desert Woodrat – Also commonly known as the Packrat. They have large eyes and hair covered ears .Colored yellowish brown to grayish brown on top and gray below. Their tail is bi colored dark on top and white below and their feet are white. Primarily nocturnal when they are not feeding they are gathering debris for their nesting sites in burrows.
  • House mouse – The house mouse is the most common rodent in the Reno area. They have large ears and a pointed muzzle and are typically grayish. Commonly found indoors they are also well adapted to living outdoors. Populations often move indoors when weather becomes severe. They have poor eyesight and are colorblind but have a keen sense of smell, taste, hearing, and touch. They use their sense of smell to find food and recognize other mice.
  • Deer Mouse – The deer mouse is a host of the Hantavirus. The Hantavirus is a viral illness transmitted from saliva, feces, or urine of infected animals. Typically the infection is caused from inhalation of the virus and causes severe respiratory illness that can result in death in about 30% of its victims. The deer mouse can be identified by its distinct markings having a bi colored tail the upper half tan gray and lower half white.

Contact us online or give us a call at (775) 535-5788 to get a free estimate on your next Reno rodent control service today!

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