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Rodent Control Cost
The cost of removing various types of rodents from your home or business can vary depending on the size and history of you rodent problem.
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Do You Have a Rodent Problem?
Rats and mice are two of the most troublesome and persistent pests known to invade the home.
They live and thrive under a variety of conditions around both farms and homes. They have fairly similar body structures, with course hair and 4 small legs, but rats are known to grow much larger in size, and their face is especially more elongated.
Droppings, fresh gnawing and tracks are large indications that mice or rats are active in your home. Rodent nests, made from fine shredded paper or other fibrous material, are often found in sheltered locations.
House mice have a characteristic musky odour that identifies their presence. Rats have a tendency to leave rub marks against walls and baseboards that identifies their presence. They skirt along these surfaces to navigate around the house since their eyesight is poor.
Mice and Rat Infestation Health Risks
The existence of mice and rats around the home can be problematic for a variety of reasons.
Not only are they both known to consume human or pet food, but also they contaminate food and surfaces in the process. This contamination is usually caused by feces, which can contain the bacterium that causes food poisoning. Additionally, their constant gnawing can cause damage to structures and properties.
They also can produce litters in the home. Both rodents produce at least 5 litters a year. Therefore, it is important to contact pest control immediately when you suspect a problem, otherwise the infestation will only increase in numbers.
Rodent Control Tips
With the holiday season in full swing, you may be hearing the familiar skittering or chewing sounds of mice behind the drywall among the other sounds of the season.
When the weather gets cold outside, mice seek refuge indoors to nest, multiply, and of course scrounge up meals. These pesky, destructive critters are often heard in the walls or pantry at night, but it’s possible they may seem silent depending on their location.