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It’s commonly understood that rodents like mice and rats often carry harmful diseases that could endanger humans. That’s why it’s so important rodent problems are dealt with right away. Even though most people know to be cautious of rodents because of the diseases they carry, not many people know which diseases rodents can expose us to. Today, for your information, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common diseases rodents can carry into
It’s fall, and the holiday season will soon be here.  Thanksgiving and Christmas are wonderful times to enjoy the warmth of the season, good friends and good food. But it’s not just your family and friends who look forward to enjoying your hospitality. There’s a long line of pests looking for an invitation to your home.  Undesirables like ants, mice and cockroaches will be drawn to your home if you don’t do a thorough after-party
It’s time to see the light when it comes to cleaning lighting fixtures hanging from your ceiling. Over time, those fixtures get dirty. They’re magnets for grime, dust, hair  – and bugs! Why are there bugs in my lights? Holes have to be drilled in your ceiling to accommodate wires when ceiling fixtures are installed. The holes are inviting entrances into your light fixtures for bugs.  Often, they make their way into the fixture and
As summer fades into fall, responsible homeowners usually start thinking about the laundry list of household chores and DIY projects that await. Washing windows, cleaning and storing patio furniture, touching up paint and inspecting chimneys and flues all make the list. But did you know there are a few easy things you can do to reduce the likelihood of a home invasion from unwelcome pests? Taking preventative steps to protect your home this fall could
Many homeowners assume that as the weather turns warmer, the household mouse that had been causing problems all winter is likely to vacate the premises and return to the great outdoors. Makes sense, right? Think again. Unfortunately, if you’re assuming mice have only sought shelter in your home to escape the frigid winter, you’re gravely mistaken. Three reasons why the household mouse who pestered you all winter isn’t going anywhere: Mice aren’t stupid. Free food,