Mice Rats And Rodents

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Identifying The Rodents In Your Home

Unfortunately, rodents can create a major headache for Las Vegas’s business owners and homeowners. Once your property has been overrun with rodents, finding out which species you’re dealing with is pertinent. Failing to identify the species will make it difficult to find a viable solution to the problem. Well, you’ll find that our city is home to many rodents, including house mice and deer mice. Although both are similar, they’re not identical. You need to learn as much as you can about these rodents.

Deer mice are bi-colored, so they’ll have white feet, bellies, and undersides with a brown head and upper back. Their tails are longer than many other rodents. Plus, they have bigger ears and eyes. When they leave droppings, their droppings will be smooth and black with pointed ends. As for house mice, they tend to be black or light brown. They’re hairless and have a slightly pointed nose. Their droppings are small, black, and stinky. If your house has a musty odor, house mice could be the cause.

Common Signs That Tell You Rodents Are In Your Home

  • You’ve found rodent droppings in your home
  • Your food containers have chew and scratch marks
  • You’ve discovered chew marks on your furniture and baseboards
  • There are rodent nests made of twigs and grass in your home
  • You can hear the rodents running through your home

Appearance Of Mouse Droppings

If you have rodents in your home, you’re going to find droppings in your home. There is no way to avoid it. Rodents eat your food and use the bathroom around your house. Well, you need to know what rodent droppings look like. They’re normally between 3 and 6mm, and they’re always black. Droppings are often compared to rice because they have the same shape and length. Although rodents can be found throughout your home, they’re mostly found near nesting and breeding locations. They’ll also be found where the rodents feed.

What Causes Rodents To Invade A Home?

Have you ever wondered why rodents have invaded your home? Well, you’ll find that rodents will sometimes enter a home that hasn’t been cleaned enough. Ultimately, this is one of the main reasons rodents have decided to invade a home, but it isn’t the only reason. In other cases, rodents have entered our home to search for water. They can enter a home through the smallest holes. It only takes a hole with a quarter-inch diameter for rodents to invade a dwelling. Once they’re inside, they won’t leave easily.

Health Hazards Regarding Mice

Rats, mice, and rodents are very dangerous. It is pertinent to remove those rodents from your home as quickly as possible because they’ll create a variety of issues for you and your loved ones. Besides destroying your property and keeping you on edge, they’re also going to make you ill. Rodents can carry and transmit several serious illnesses, including Hemorrhagic fever, Lassa fever, Plague, Rat-Bite fever, and more. Suffice to say, you cannot ignore the risks involved. If you don’t take steps to rectify this problem swiftly, there is a risk that you’ll develop one of these deadly illnesses.

Another issue is that rodents carry and spread ticks and fleas. Finally, rodents will chew on anything in your home. They’ll even chew through electrical wires. When homeowners don’t put a stop to it, this can lead to a house fire.

Major Risks Linked To Rodent Infestations

  • Rodent droppings and urine will contaminate your food
  • Rodents can spread serious diseases, including salmonella, swine dysentery, and others
  • Mice and rats can seriously damage your home, furniture, and other belongings
  • When they chew through electrical wires, you may experience a house fire

Removing Rodents Effectively

Before you can remove the rodents from your home, first identify the species. Once you’ve done that, you’ll know what you need to do to tackle the problem. Rodents can run up any surface and enter your home through the smallest gaps. Rodents are fast. Unfortunately, this combination means you likely won’t be able to fix the problem easily. Our company is here to help. We’ve been helping people in and around your city for many years. We can eliminate mice, rats, and rodents using safe and effective treatments.

How Long Will It Take?

Contact our office today to learn more about our rodent services. After your call, you can expect to hear from a company representative within 48 hours.

How Safe Is Your Rodent Extermination?

Our clients are worried about dangerous pesticides, and we understand this wholeheartedly. We know that you want to go above and beyond to protect the ones you love more than anything. Our company uses natural, safe products and tools. When we have to use conventional tools, you can rest assured knowing we’ll do everything necessary to keep you safe. We always follow strict protocols to keep our clients safe and out of harm’s way. All of the chemicals and methods we use are EPA-registered. Work with us and you’ll know that everything is going to be okay.

Don’t Let Rodents Into Your Home

Eliminating a rodent infestation won’t be easy. Plus, it can be dangerous if you use the wrong chemicals or hire the wrong exterminator. Avoid such problems by keeping rodents out. Although this can help, you cannot eliminate the possibility that rodents are going to sneak into your home. Rodents can sneak through the smallest homes, so you need to block these holes immediately. Doing so will make it harder for rodents to find a way inside. You’ll also need to mow your gas regularly. Cut your grass so rodents won’t have a place to hide outside.

Tips For Avoiding Rodent Infestations

  • First, seal all of the entry points on your exterior walls. Do this and rodents won’t be able to enter your home.
  • Deal with your home’s trash rigorously. Take your trash out to prevent rodents from entering.
  • Make sure your food is stored in containers they can’t chew through.
  • Deal with messes without delays.

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