DATE POSTED: August 11, 2020
The two biggest dangers with mice are diseases and property damage. These critters have parasites in their fur, and they collect bacteria from the dirt and trash they crawl in. When they touch food and surfaces, they can contaminate it.
DATE POSTED: April 8, 2020
There are several reasons you may want to know if you have rats in your home, and not squirrels or mice—two other common rodents that get into Worcester homes. We are going to take a look at what makes rats a unique threat and discuss how you can tell what rodents are attempting to live in your home with you.
DATE POSTED: February 12, 2020
Finding rodents in your home is never fun. Whether you encounter rats or mice, you will struggle with getting rid of them. These elusive pests are very hard to track down and eliminating them could take weeks or even months of concentrated effort.
DATE POSTED: January 22, 2020
One of the most formidable pests in Southern Maine is the Norway rat. It is a robust rodent that can live in the ground in your yard or in secluded areas within your home. It can make it through the cold Maine winters. And it can cause many problems. Here are some important facts you should know about these common rats.
DATE POSTED: January 13, 2020
You don't have to worry about rodents in winter, right? They're all tucked away in their holes, sleeping the winter away in hibernation, aren't they? We have some bad news for you. Rodents don't hibernate.
DATE POSTED: December 6, 2019
Rats live everywhere, from cozy neighborhoods in California to small desert towns in Egypt, and even right here in Worcester. Some call them pets, others call them pests. One of the deadliest diseases in history, the Bubonic plague, is widely thought to have been carried by rats. You don’t want wild rats running amuck inside your home.