As the temperatures dip, rodents take refuge in warmer environments, including homes. With extreme flexibility to sneak through dime-sized holes, mice and rats will do what it takes to find their next meal.
Rodent infestations can quickly become out of control. If you see one rat or mouse, chances are there are more. To help you get rid of your current issue, or prevent a future one, we are offering 10% off rodent control services.
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It is estimated that rodents cost Americans hundreds of millions in home damage each year. Some of the most common types of damage that occur in rodent control situations include electrical damage, structural damage, insulation damage, health problems, damaged HVAC systems, and odor problems.
Hantavirus, Salmonella, and Leptospirosis are just some of the dangerous diseases carried by rodents. A mouse or rat does not have to bite you in order for you to contract a disease. Urine, droppings and saliva from rodents all contain disease-causing germs which can also make their way into the air, resulting in problems with asthma and other allergic reactions.
Rats and mice may be small, but they’ll make themselves known in various ways. Some signs you might have an infestation include: