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: November 25, 2019
As the last leaves of fall reach the barren ground, mice are looking for a warm, sheltered place to avoid the chill of winter. Your home might just be the perfect hiding spot for mice to seek refuge this season. Not only does your South Portland home offer shelter from the cold, but it also could provide easy access to food sources.
DATE POSTED: October 25, 2019
Winters in New England can be incredibly cold. In Southern Maine, the weather can drop overnight. Suddenly the long afternoon walks through changing leaves turns into movie marathons under a blanket. As we humans start to retreat into the warmth of our homes, so do common pests, especially mice.
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: 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…
DATE POSTED: November 27, 2017
We all understand the incentive of convenience. Pizza delivery is a cornerstone of college life for many, and 24-hours gas stations are essential to certain locations and lifestyles. Well, some pests value convenience as well, and one of the most common and indeed the most dangerous pests to take advantage of the convenience that our homes offer are mice. Mice survive perfectly well in the wild…