DATE POSTED: October 29, 2020
With so many online solutions touted as fool-proof methods for rodent removal, and with easy access to rat traps and bait, many people mistakenly think that a rodent problem is one they can handle on their own. For responsible property owners, though, the best and safest route is to turn to the professionals.
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: 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: January 22, 2019
Some people love rats. They keep them as pets and marvel at how smart and cute they are. While we could probably all agree that they’re smart, rats don’t typically have the greatest reputation. Most people would admit that they’d rather not encounter one if given the choice. The good news is that you do have a choice, especially when it comes to your home.
DATE POSTED: January 9, 2019
There is nothing worse than discovering you have a rodent infestation. There are many common warning signs that rodents leave when they’ve infiltrated your New England home, it is important that you understand and can recognize the signs.
DATE POSTED: December 19, 2018
Rodents are a definite concern in Maine year-round, but these concerns can multiply during the winter. When temperatures fall, rodents start to invade homes in Maine seeking warmth, shelter, food, and a place to build a nest where they can raise their young. Your home is ideal, but you don't want these little guys taking up residence with you.