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: 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: October 12, 2016
Mice are a common household pest all over the world. If you have or think you have a mouse problem in your South Portland home, you do not want to let it get out of control.
DATE POSTED: November 3, 2014
Do you strongly suspect you have mice? Have you heard thumping or scrapping in your wall or ceiling? Did you find little brown pellets in the back of your silverware drawer or food cabinet? Or was it the hole in the side of Tony the Tiger's head that gave you your first clue?
DATE POSTED: February 19, 2014
New England pest control can be tricky, just like our weather. Actually, our pest problems often hinge on the weather, as pests that make their way into our homes often do so because they are trying to escape the harsh weather they are experiencing outdoors. Rodents are especially good examples of this; in the fall when the leaves change and there is a chill in the air, they go looking for a cozy…