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Mice are an extremely annoying and harmful pest. Gifted with high intelligence and the ability to fit into any space, 4 millimeters and above. These small rodents largely rely on human food scraps to maintain their nest inside your home.


While they can live outside independently and forage for natural food products outside, they tend to prefer staying inside and feeding on our garbage and left overs, often chewing through soft plastic packaging to steal food for a storage they maintain in the situation that their food supply runs dry. 

To control rodent populations on your property, you can take a few steps:

  1. sanitation: Keep your property clean and free of debris, this will reduce potential hiding and nesting spots for rodents.

  2. Exclusion: Seal cracks and holes in your home's foundation, and repair any damage to window screens and door sweeps.

  3. Eliminate food sources: Keep garbage in sealed containers and store food in sealed containers.

  4. Trapping and baiting: Traps and baits can be used to capture and control rodent populations.

  5. Professional help : If the problem persists, it's best to call a professional pest control operator to handle the situation. They have the knowledge, experience, and tools to safely and effectively control rodent populations on your property.


While they are likely the only common rodent people look at fondly, these creatures are extremely territorial and aggressive towards any person or animal that is close to their nest. 

Often when you have a squirrel come into your home it will be inside your attic. Their instincts make them inclined to chew large holes and gnaw on wood surfaces around your home. 

Typically when they are inside you home they are looking to create a safe space to have their young. 

It is very important that when we are dealing with a squirrel issue that there are no young inside of the home when sealing entry points. An agitated squirrel mother will tear apart anything they possibly can to get back to their young. 

Squirrels can be identified in your home without the need of going into your attic. They will almost always only make sounds in your attic during the day time. If you hear activity in your attic during the night, it is far more likely you have a rat issue.

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