Don’t Let Pests Move in With You

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Moving into a new home is exciting! Whether it’s a newly built structure or a previously standing home, having a fresh space is always an exciting new start- as long as it stays fresh and pest free. Unfortunately, your new home could look appealing to various insects and field rodents as well. Here are some … Read moreDon’t Let Pests Move in With You

Hantavirus: The Driving Force for Rodent Control

Deer Mouse

Do you have rodents at home? This is a serious problem as rodents are not only frightening but can be harming and dangerous as well. These animals wander from here and there making a mess inside your home premises and spoil your personal stuff. This situation gets aggravated when rodents spoil the food that you … Read moreHantavirus: The Driving Force for Rodent Control

How to Properly Clean Up After Rodents

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Proper cleaning procedures and equipment are important when dealing with the aftermath of a rodent infestation in your home or business. Rats and mice spread over 35 diseases which can be spread to humans through contact with not only their feces but also their urine and saliva. Therefore, it’s important to take precautions before and … Read moreHow to Properly Clean Up After Rodents

The Big Threat of Mice in your Home

Baby Mice

Mice. They’re the last thing you want in your home. They pose a serious health hazard and create an unsanitary environment, never mind the scares they may give to you, your spouse and your children. The big threat of mice is that once you find one, you’re unfortunately soon to find others or hear them … Read moreThe Big Threat of Mice in your Home

Rodent Cleanup in Confined Spaces Such as Attics and Crawlspaces

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Most people and business owners are displeased to discover a rodent infestation in their home or business. While some may opt to just let the rodents be or assume that the rodent problem must have gone away, there’s many good reasons to address a rodent problem. Rodents can cause extreme damage to homes that is … Read moreRodent Cleanup in Confined Spaces Such as Attics and Crawlspaces

Getting Along with the Neighbours: Living in Harmony with Wildlife

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Skunks, raccoons, coyotes, squirrels, and a whole host of other species indigenous to Canada have become urban pests. This has happened not because they’ve moved into the territory of human beings, but because humans have moved into their home. It’s hard to remember this, though, when some four-legged bandit has emptied your trash bag all … Read moreGetting Along with the Neighbours: Living in Harmony with Wildlife

How To Prevent Mice From Coming Into Your Home This Fall

Deer Mouse

To prevent mice from entering your home, your shed, your garage, your car, or any other location in your yard, the primary key is to stop them before they can get in. Inspect and seal any openings, cracks or crevasses from the outside into your home or location you’re trying to protect from mice. Make … Read moreHow To Prevent Mice From Coming Into Your Home This Fall

Professional Advice for Rodent Control

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To eliminate and control rats and mice, you need the right information and the proper tools. Rodents breed year round and populations grow rapidly under good conditions. Any actions you can take to stop mice will be effective and must be taken to avoid a potential serious problem from occurring. Make sure to Inspect and … Read moreProfessional Advice for Rodent Control

Coverage at the Cabin

Cabin and Fire

Spending time with family and friends at the cabin is great fun. But that fun can be ruined by an infestation of unwanted pests who decide to take up residence at your cabin. Cabins are especially vulnerable to pest and varmint infestations because of their location and materials. Pests often find nooks, cracks and overhangs … Read moreCoverage at the Cabin

Ask The Expert: How Do I Know I Have Voles?

vole trails in lawn

Voles are small rodents (6 inches in length or so) that are often mistaken for their rodent cousins, mice and moles. Voles have an ability to do significant damage to your lawn and garden, because they’re very resilient creatures that eat just about any plant material they come into contact with. They reproduce rapidly, and … Read moreAsk The Expert: How Do I Know I Have Voles?