Four Seasons Exterminates & Prevents Rodents
MICE | RATS
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Four Seasons Exterminating will identify mice and rats. We do not exterminate any other type of rodent. After a detailed inspection, we will determine the best and most effective way to eliminate rodents and remove them from your property and/or home.
Four Seasons Exterminating doesn't just exterminate mice and rats. We have developed an effective plan that is costumed to your specific situation to prevent these pests from coming back!
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Four Seasons Exterminating exterminates and rids your property of mice and rats.
Four Seasons Exterminating does not find dead animals or trap wildlife!
1. Droppings: Finding mice or rat droppings around the home is one of the most common signs of a rodent infestation. These pellets are often left behind in places where food is stored, such as kitchen cabinets or pantries, as well as under sinks, inside chewed cardboard boxes, along baseboards, and on top of wall beams.
2. Gnaw Marks: Rodents can cause serious property damage by chewing through almost any type of material – including plastic and lead pipes – to obtain food or water. House mice and Norway rats are also known to gnaw on wires behind walls, sometimes causing house fires.
3. Nests: Rodents prefer to nest in dark, secluded areas where there is little chance of disturbance. House mice, specifically, like to build their nests out of shredded paper products, cotton, packing materials, wall insulation, and fabrics. If you see these materials scattered around the home, it might be a sign that rodents are near.
4. Tracks or Rub Marks: Rats tend to leave dark grease or dirt marks along walls and floorboards as they follow a trail throughout the home between their nest and food. Keep an eye out for these rub marks, which are actually caused by the rat’s oily fur.
5. Strange Noises: Hearing strange noises in the walls, especially at night, can be a bit concerning. Chances are these sounds can be attributed to a family of rodents scurrying about the house, between the walls and up in attics. Rodents are especially fond of attics because they provide dark, secluded spots to build nests.
6. An Actual Rodent: #NoBrainer Mice can breed rapidly, so if you spot one mouse in the house, it’s likely there are others playing hide and seek. In fact, a female house mouse can give birth to a half dozen babies every three weeks, up to 35 young per year. That’s a lot of mice!
To prevent a rodent encounter, homeowners should seal any structural cracks or crevices with caulk or steel wool, as house mice can fit through openings as small as a dime. If a rodent infestation is suspected, contact Four Season Exterminating to handle the situation.