Autumn has arrived, and that means so have the rodents. As the temperature begins to drop and the leaves begin to fall, the rodents around the proximity of your home may decide that your house looks appealing. Squirrels, rats, and mice can all potentially invade your attic, rush around your garage, and tunnel their way into your basement. They can squeeze their way into any crack or crevice that their head can fit through which is usually the size of a dime or smaller!
Once these rodents make their way inside, these sly critters will make themselves right at home. Not only are they urinating and defecating throughout your home, they are also potentially contaminating food and damaging electrical wires. It’s even estimated that Mice/Rats cause about 20-25% of all undetermined house fires.
Rodent Infestations Can Happen Quickly
Because average mouse colonies number in the dozens, contacting Budget Pest control Inc. regarding Mice Control & Rodent Control is a smart first step. Our fully trained, experienced technicians along with our state on the art trucks, equipment and materials will put these night time trespassers to bed once and for all. And better yet, our Mice Control & Rodent Control treatments are designed to take care of the entire nest so you can rest easy at bedtime.
What Are The Top 3 Rodents That Come Inside Homes?
The top three household rodent invaders are squirrels, rats, and mice. There are numerous ways to get rid of these pests, but the best way to prevent them from getting into your house in the first place is preventative maintenance. It is a much more effective and affordable way to keep out unwelcome guests.
Need Rodent Control?
If you do have rodents in your home be sure to contact a wildlife control professional like Budget Pest Control to remove them. A rodent infestation comes with an increased risk of property damage and potential injury, so it may be dangerous or not effective to try to deal with it on your own. Contact Budget Pest Control today 412-318-4912 every day of the week for you!