Rodents may be cute when they’re in the form of bunnies hopping around in your yard—but to most people, rodents like mice and rats that may find their way into your home are not quite so adorable. In fact, they’re probably enough to give you nightmares. So if you know—or even suspect—these pests have invaded […]
When the temperatures begin to drop humans aren’t the only ones who like to come inside where it’s nice and warm. Rodents do too. In this issue of the newsletter I’d like to go over some of the ways we can help you control or prevent any rodent problems you may be experiencing.
While movies like Flushed and Ratatouille humanized rodents, in reality they are not only pesky but can spread disease as well. And while traps, baits, and rodenticides are important, and effective, means of rodent control, eliminating the rodents’ harborage (where they live) and their food sources are critical steps to ensuring that a new family of rodents doesn’t move in next.
If you need rodent control in your home, go online to your DIY pest control company to
get a feel for the products they have available and read all the information they have on
rodents. If you need expert rodent care but cannot afford the cost, there is nothing to
worry about. The same products the professional pest control companies use are now
available to you to purchase online.
DIY Pest Control is becoming more and more accessible due to internet web sites with professional strength products at low price points. To be an effective DIY Pest Controller, you should also arm yourself with the facts about your particular pest to ensure success. In this article, we discuss facts about mice that you need to know to be a successful DIY pest controller
Of all of the rodent pest control problems that one can encounter, rats are definitely not one to take lightly. Rats can cause serious health problems for families if left untreated. In this article, we review what rats can do and treatment methods that the DIY Pest Controller might miss.
Asthma and allergy symptoms are on the move, and they are moving up in numbers and not down. While no one has a specific answer as to why this is happening, it is. Roach saliva, bodies, and droppings are an asthma and allergy trigger for many Americans. Rodent urine, hair, and droppings are another big concern for pest allergy sufferers. If any of these pest allergens are a trigger for you or someone in your family, you have to take action to reduce your exposure. There are a few things that you will need to consider when attempting to remove all pest allergens from your environment.
SUMMARY: Allergies, asthma, and their symptoms can be an unrelenting problem for many Americans. Often times the allergens exist within our home environment, making symptoms even more difficult to control. In this article, we will discuss common pests that act as allergens, and ways to minimize them in your home
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The different manners of dealing with a rodent infestation are outlined below. We have already addressed a couple of them in our previous articles, namely Sanitation and Exclusion. Predators: The rodents’ natural predators can be a great help to the common homeowner. Our first instinct is to think of the family dog or cat as […]