DATE POSTED: November 6, 2018
Fall is a beautiful time of year in New England with crisp air and clear skies. It is often accompanied by the wonderful fresh scent of apples and pumpkins. It is also the time of year that pushes mice inside our homes for warmth, food, and water.
DATE POSTED: October 8, 2018
Homeowners throughout Southern Maine can experience rodent infestations all year long. However, it is in the fall when the temperatures begin to fall, that mice, in particular, will become more and more common inside homes.
DATE POSTED: May 16, 2018
The weather is getting warmer and the snow has melted away, and it is the perfect time for all mice to move out of your South Portland home. While most people believe that when the weather improves mice will just get up and leave on their own, this is simply not true.
DATE POSTED: February 15, 2018
Here in South Portland, winter can get pretty cold. While mother nature rages on outside, you might have seen a few signs of winter inside your home too. As we know, when the weather is bad, pests like mice are glad to let themselves in to find somewhere warmer and safer to stick out the seasons. It's awfully tempting to just ignore the minimal signs you've noticed so far. It's not so far from…
DATE POSTED: January 25, 2018
Every year mice cause thousands of dollars in damages to homes in South Portland. Most people are already aware of how much of a health risk it is to have mice or rats in your home. However, many are unaware of how much physical damage mice can cause to a home. Mice have a tendency to gnaw their way into the walls, chewing on wiring and insulation of homes and appliances, which can cause extensive…
DATE POSTED: December 18, 2017
Mice are portrayed this time of year as cute and innocent Christmas friends in cartoons and on holiday cards. Usually, they are helping the people in the story spread the joy of Christmas or struggling to find food for their cute little mouse family when times are hard. Whatever the case may be, we get the feeling that these cute little nose-twitching critters are harmless. However, this depiction…