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: December 22, 2016
It's that time of year again, when we start to think about wants, what you children want for Christmas, what you want to get for family and friends, and let's face it, we often think about the things that we want as well. It's Christmas time and we all want to see the look on our children's faces as they open that special gift they have been waiting patiently to receive. Yes, it's the most…
DATE POSTED: December 15, 2016
Sparkling Christmas lights all around town, bells jingling when toy store doors are opened, and smiling shoppers rushing home with their treasures! Ahh, it's the holiday season again. It is a time for helping out at the local soup kitchen, a time for helping out a family in need, and a time for letting rodents into your nice, warm home for the cold winter months. Wait a minute! You may believe in…
DATE POSTED: November 21, 2016
I grew up right here in Maine on a farm in Aroostook County before settling down in a more populated area of our state as an adult. I remember every year when the weather would start to get colder my grandfather headed out to the barn with a fist full of mouse traps and a bag of mothballs to help combat the hordes of mice that always seemed to be trying to get in. Mothballs were thrown under the…
DATE POSTED: April 8, 2016
Mice are adorable. In fact, they are so adorable, there have been whole franchises built around their cute and distinct features. But using a mouse as a mascot is not the same as having mice running around in your business. Here are just a few of the drawbacks.
DATE POSTED: February 11, 2016
You walk down the steps into the basement in search of a particular item only to be met by an inquisitive little mouse. Maybe you stumbled into the kitchen in the middle of the night to get a drink of water and, when turning the light on, you see a mouse dive under the stove. Or perhaps you noticed a small number of suspicious black droppings about 1/4th inch long. You then discover a hole in the…