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Category Archives: Rodents

When it comes to pest management and control, it’s paramount to stay up-to-date on environmental discoveries, extermination innovations and the changing dynamics of the world around us. We think it’s important to share these findings with you, along with the new discoveries and any new topics we uncover in our own day-to-day work as your hometown professionals.

  1. Pests and Pets

    Your furry companions are like family. You take care of them, keeping them healthy and safe. And just like the rest of your family, you don’t want pests harming your pets. Today, we’re talking about all the pests that can cause harm to your pets and what you can do to keep your pets safe….

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  2. How to Rodent-Proof Your Home for Winter

    Here are a few “fun facts” about rodents: Their teeth never stop growing, so they must chew constantly to prevent their teeth from extending too far. In homes, they often chew on wiring, which can cause electrical problems and even lead to fires! Their skeletons and body are extremely flexible, so they can fit through…

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  3. Which Pest Is Eating Your Food?

    Uh-oh…you’re sure you closed that bag of flour and now it’s open. Worse still, there’s a cardboard box that has a hole in one of the corners. Looks like there are pests helping themselves to the food in your pantry—but what could they be? Today, we’re talking about the different types of pests that raid…

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  4. Are Pests Bothering Your Tenants This Winter?

    Pest control is important year-round, but it is particularly relevant in the winter. Most insects and rodents don’t die off during the colder months: instead, they flee toward warmth and shelter. This means that your rental home or apartment building looks very inviting right now, and your tenants are most at risk of a pest infestation….

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  5. How to Pest-Proof Your Home This Fall

    Do you know what happens to pests when the weather gets cold? Most people assume that pests die off, like plants or flowers, or that they go into hibernation, like bears. (This is probably because we don’t see nearly as many pests in the winter as we do in the spring and summer.) Unfortunately for…

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