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$65 Pest Removalll! (With NO service charge). We get the animals out and keep them out. If we set traps for you, we will come back again when the critters are caught, at no additional charge. We also offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE against all animals coming into your home or attic when you use one of our “Full Guarantee Services”! Call us today. (832) 410-8833 Max Home Shield has same day service. Let one of our licensed animal trapping experts solve your problem today!


Our Guarantee Is Simple - Our Service Keeps Animals Out We understand that removing invading animals from your home or business is important to you. That is why you called us and that is what you expect us to do. We also understand that once we get the animals out of your home or business you do not want them back. You deserve to feel secure in your home or business. That is why our service is guaranteed to keep animals out for a lifetime. If at any time animals get back into your home or business through one of our guaranteed treatments, all you have to do is call us and we will come back and remove the animal(s) and re-repair the treatment, all at no additional charge. In most cases, we will return each year to re-inspect your entire home or business for new entries or damage. It is really simple … we want to treat you like we would want to be treated. Thank you for your business.


Pests are more than a nuisance. They can and will threaten your property and the health of your family. Consistent and effective pest control is essential to keeping your family and home safe. Max Home Shield externinators are experts at protecting you and your property.


Rodent problems and rodent damage occur because they consume and contaminate foodstuffs and animal feed. They cause structural rodent damage to buildings by burrowing and gnawing. They undermine building foundations and slabs, cause settling in roads and railroad track beds, and damage the banks of irrigation canals and levees. Rodents also may gnaw on electrical wires or water pipes, either in structures or below ground. They damage structures further by gnawing openings through doors, window sills, walls, ceilings, and floors. Considerable damage to insulated structures can occur as a result of rodent burrowing and nesting in walls and attics.


House mice are another common pest that love to take shelter in your home. You can tell if you have a mouse in your house very easily.

Droppings may be found along runways, in feeding areas and near shelter. Differentiating between mouse droppings and those of certain insects may be difficult. Mouse droppings are about 1/4 inch (0.6 cm) long.

Tracks, including footprints or tail marks, may be seen on dusty surfaces or in mud (Fig. 2). A tracking patch made of flour, rolled smooth with a cylindrical object, can be placed in pathways overnight to determine if rodents are present. Urine, both wet and dry, will fluoresce under ultraviolet light, although so will some other materials. Rub marks along beams, rafters or other travel routes give evidence of rodent activity. Mouse rub marks can be distinguished from those of rats by their smaller size. Stains may occur along travelways or odors may indicate the presence of in feeding areas. A characteristic musky odor is a positive indication. They are used to differentiate their presence from that of rats. They may be less apparent than rub marks left by rats. Mouse sign and visual sightings are of limited value in accurately estimating mouse numbers.

Sounds such as gnawing, climbing in walls, running across the upper surface of ceilings, and squeaks are common where mice are present. Visual sightings of mice may be possible during daylight hours, and mice also can be seen after dark with the aid of a flashlight or spotlight. Nests frequently are found when cleaning garages, closets, attics, basements, and outbuildings where mice are present. They consist of fine, shredded fibrous materials.



Wild Animals Carry Harmful Diseases:

  • Histoplasmosis
  • Baylisascaris
  • Hanta Virus