WHY DO I HAVE A RODENT PROBLEM?
There are a lot of things that can attract rodents to a property. They include gardens, compost piles, pet food, open containers of garbage, grills, and outdoor eating areas. Rodents are also attracted to bird feeders, wood piles, and dense vegetation. Once attracted to and living on your property, it is only a matter of time before rodents find their way inside your home to search for food sources. They also invade if the weather outside becomes too harsh. Rodents squeeze their way inside through spaces in the foundation, gaps underneath doors, through holes along the roof line, through vents, or down chimneys.
WHERE WILL I FIND RODENTS?
Rodents nest outside in a variety of spots, including in trees, woodpiles, tree stumps, under decks and foundations, in dense vegetation, along riverbeds, in abandoned bird nests, and in areas of debris. Rodents that have found their way inside to nest do so in warm, dark, secluded areas near food sources. They like areas of clutter and places that aren’t frequently visited by people. Common indoor nesting spots include behind walls, in attics or basements, inside crawlspaces, inside storage boxes, and behind appliances.
HOW DO I GET RID OF RODENTS?
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HOW CAN I PREVENT RODENTS IN THE FUTURE?
Place weather stripping around exterior windows and doors.
Eliminate entrance points into your home or business.
Place a tight-fitting cap on the chimney.
Remove water sources.
Pick up fallen fruits and vegetables from garden areas.
Make sure outside trashcans have tight-fitting lids on them.
Trim tree branches, shrubs, and bushes away from the exterior of your home.