Mice Rats And Rodents

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When the unthinkable happens, you’ll want to do what you can to get rid of the rodents in your home. Unfortunately, rodents are incredibly dangerous since they can contaminate your food and drinks. Get rid of them or you’re going to experience serious complications. Working with us is the best way to wipe out the rodent infestation in your home. Two of the most common rodents in Denver include deer mice and house mice. Although they are similar in terms of behavior, the pests are vastly different in terms of appearance.

When rodents invade your home, they’re going to destroy your belongings. Plus, they’ll tear holes in your walls and leave droppings everywhere. It is pertinent to learn how to identify an infestation so you can fix it as quickly as possible. Use the tips below to find out when you have rodents in your home.

  • Check your home for musty rodent droppings
  • You’ll find rodent nests around your home. They’re made with twigs, grass, and household materials
  • Your food containers will have claw and scratch marks
  • You can also find chew marks on your baseboards
  • Listen carefully at night because you might hear them moving around

Looking For Rodent Droppings

One way to identify a rodent infestation is by looking for rodent droppings. Learning more about the appearance of rodent droppings can help. Their droppings range in size from 3 to 6mm and they’re granular. Rodent droppings are frequently compared to grains of rice because they’re similar in terms of length and appearance. Although they’ll be found throughout the home, most are found near breeding and feeding sites.

Reasons For Rodents

Are you interested in learning more about the reasons rodents invade your home? Ultimately, rodents tend to invade homes because they’re searching for viable food sources. Your home is full of delicious foods and rodents will take advantage of that. Plus, your home will keep them warm and safe. Either way, most rodents are going to invade your home because they want your food.

Dangers Of Rodents

Although some pests are not dangerous, others are. Unfortunately, rodents are incredibly dangerous. They generally do not attack people or their pets, but they can create other problems. For instance, they can spread illnesses. They can spread Hantavirus, Rat-Bite Fever, Plague, Lassa Fever, and more sicknesses. Rodents can also destroy items in your home. They can chew through baseboards, paneling, and drywall. They can carry fleas and ticks too. If you have pets, there is a risk that they’ll catch fleas or ticks due to the infestation. Get rid of these pests to prevent them from contaminating your food and making you sick.

Don’t forget that they can chew through electrical cables so they might cause a house fire.

  • Rodents can contaminate food sources using urine and droppings
  • They’ll spread serious illnesses such as swine dysentery and Hantavirus
  • They can damage your home and the items in it
  • They might cause a house fire when chewing through electrical cables

Eradicating Rodent Infestations

Homeowners need to find solutions to their rodent problem as quickly as possible. Otherwise, the rodents will destroy their homes. Rodents can thrive in residential dwellings because they’ll have access to food. They aren’t going to leave since your home gives them everything they need. Contact us because we offer reliable rodent treatments.

When Can You Begin?

Get in touch with us so we can assist you as soon as possible. After your call, we’ll respond within 48 hours.

Safe Treatments

We strive to provide safe solutions. When possible, we’re going to fix the problem using natural treatments. Our exterminators follow precise protocols to ensure they can fix the problem while keeping everyone safe. They make sure that they’re not going to do anything that will cause risks. Plus, we rely on products registered with the EPA.

Preventing Infestations

Finally, you should take steps to avoid rodent infestations in the future. You’ll need to find ways to seal your home to keep these pests out. Make sure that you’re using rodent-proofing materials because they’ll make a big difference. They can stop rodents and other pests from entering through small cracks and gaps. Seal holes and gaps of all shapes and sizes. You’ll also want to take steps to properly mow your grass. If you don’t, rodents will be able to hide around your property. Keep the grass mowed to keep the pests out. Finally, make sure that you properly clean your home so pests can’t find food inside.

  • Take steps to deal with cracks, holes, and crevices around your home
  • Grab your trash and take it outside twice a day at least
  • Always store your food in airtight containers
  • Keep your home clean
  • Deal with any messes and spills immediately

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