Mouse traps are the most common way to get rid of rodents, and in order for the mouse trap to work you need to make sure you have chosen a good bait.
Green Pest Solutions – Mice
Hantavirus is a very real problem. So if you live in Pennsylvania and may have been in contact with mice, how nervous should you be?
Getting rid of these cuter-than-average pests doesn't have to be a pain—for either you or the mouse.
Some pests remain active during the winter and will happily come into your home where they can stay cozy. The following are places you will almost certainly encounter pests during the winter.
If you are constantly hearing scampering, scratching or gnawing sounds with no visible source, noticing places where your home appears to have been chewed on and finding pellets in dark corners, chances are that you have a rodent infestation.
It’s that time of the year. The holidays are right around the corner and snow is already mounted high on the streets and sidewalks! It’s also that time of year for rodents to prowl your home!
According to a NBC report, A group of 2,000 dead mice equipped with cardboard parachutes have been airdropped over a United States Air Force base in Guam in order to poison brown tree snakes.
Nowadays, homeowners are apprehensive when it comes to chemicals being used in-and-outside their homes. Now, more than ever, we are seeing families protecting their homes, children and pets from harmful chemicals. Here are 10 natural ways to make your home pest and insect-free!
Both mice and rats can cause structural damage to your home when they create tunnels or through their gnawing. They can chew through insulation and wires, resulting in electrical fires. They also pose a risk because they carry disease and can bring fleas, mites, ticks, and lice into your home.
As the remaining days of fall become cooler and the sun starts setting earlier, requests for pest control services become more frequent. More and more we start to see these uninvited pests seeking refuge in our homes.