Rodent Control

Bed Bugs, Roaches, and Rodents, Oh My: The Fall Pest Guide

During the fall, outdoor pests start getting ready for the cooler weather, which means they are looking for a warm, dry place for the next several months. Your house is the perfect place for them to overwinter. From the smallest bed bug to the largest rat, you'll have to fight these fall pests unless you take pest control steps. In some cases, you can implement pest control yourself and be successful, but if you don't notice the problem until it becomes an infestation, you will need the services of a professional pest control service.

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If You See One Mouse How Many Do You Have?

When you spot an unwelcome rodent guest in your home, the issue doesn't necessarily end as soon as that particular creature is gone. After all, it's common knowledge that one mouse spotted means several more lurking elsewhere. The extent to which this rule applies, however, can differ from one infested home to the next. 

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Preventative Rodent Control for this Winter

Rats and mice are some of the biggest pests that get into your house in the winter. They are looking for a warm, dry place to live. They will only stay where there’s plenty of food and water, so pet food and leaky pipes are bound to attract this vermin to your house. Mice contaminate your food and damage your home by eating through drywall and chewing wires. Sometimes you can prevent rodents yourself, and other times, you might need rodent control services and rodent control products to kill off an infestation.

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Health Risks of A Rodent Infestation

As winter approaches, rodents can pose significant health risks for you and your family. Seeking food and warmth, these pests may find solace within your home — bringing with them a number of potentially serious diseases.

Telltale Signs of a Rodent Infestation

Did you know that your home can have a rodent infestation even if you’ve never seen a rat or mouse scurrying away? If you notice nesting materials like dried plants, holes in floors or walls, odd smells, or rodent droppings, you may have a problem with rodents.

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