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You always have to worry about a pest infestation. However, you’ll find that some pests are more devastating than others. Although all pests are frustrating, some will create bigger problems than others. You’ll find that mice, rats, and rodents are the worst. You don’t want to experience a rodent infestation because it will ruin your life. Once they’ve invaded your home, you’ll no longer feel comfortable in your dwelling. Getting rid of them promptly is important for your health and your home.
Rodents can spread serious illnesses and contaminate your food sources. Working with a professional is the best way to tackle the problem. When you find rodents in your home, call our office so we can fix the problem. Be sure to check your home for the signs of overwintering pests.
- Check your home for rodent droppings
- Look for rodent nests that are made of twigs, grass, and materials found in your home
- Search your home for scratch and chew marks
- Listen at night to see if you can hear them moving around
More About Rodent Droppings
Don’t forget to carefully check your home for rodent droppings. If you have rodents, you’ll have no trouble finding droppings in your home. In general, most droppings will be found near the rodent’s feeding spots and nests. Droppings range from 3 to 6mm and have a granular shape. Droppings look similar to grains of rice.
Reasons You Have Rodents
Have you ever wondered why your home has rodents? Unfortunately, it is hard to know why they’ve invaded your home. Many rodent species invade homes because they’re looking for leftovers. If your home hasn’t been thoroughly cleaned enough, rodents will find plenty of food in your home. Most rodents invade homes for this reason.
If you have rodents in your home, find a solution to the problem swiftly. Otherwise, you’re going to experience serious issues. Remember that rodents are dangerous since they can spread serious illnesses. Once they’ve invaded your home, the risks will be immense. There is a chance that these pests are going to make you sick. They can spread deadly illnesses such as Lassa Fever, Rat-Bite Fever, Plague, and more. Plus, they can carry and transport ticks and fleas. You don’t want your pets to encounter rodents because doing so could lead to issues. Rodents often chew through electrical cables. If this happens, you have to worry about an electrical fire.
- Be concerned about the pests contaminating your food
- They’ll spread serious illnesses
- They can damage your home, store, or office
- The risk of an electrical fire is higher
Rodents can thrive in your home. Once inside, they’ll have access to food and everything they need to survive. Getting rid of them won’t be easy, but you can do it. These pests are difficult to handle since they’re large. They’re hideous. Don’t try to handle these pests because doing so could be dangerous. Working with our exterminators is recommended. We’ll work with our clients every step of the way.
When Can You Begin?
Don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re ready to begin working hard for you. We’ll contact you within 48 hours.
We always provide our clients with safe treatments because we want to keep them safe. Our exterminators are instructed to follow steps to keep our clients safe. They follow precise protocols to minimize the risks and increase the likelihood that our client will be happy with the service. Furthermore, we rely on EPA-registered tools and products. Our protocols ensure that we’re going to keep you safe.
Avoiding Potential Rodent Infestations
You need to do what you can to prevent rodents from invading your home. Once they invade your home, the problem will quickly spiral out of control. You’ll need to pay an exterminator to fix the problem. Alternatively, you can do what you can to keep these pests out of your home. For instance, you’ll need to seal any gaps and holes on the exterior walls of your home. Don’t forget to keep your grass mowed so the pests can’t find hiding places outside. Finally, make sure that your home is clean and tidy so the pests can’t find food in your home. Use the steps below to avoid potential problems.
- Seal any gaps and cracks around the exterior walls of your home
- Take the trash out of your home once or twice a day
- Keep your food in airtight containers
- Deal with any trash, spills, and messes immediately