Winter is Coming! Get Ready to Spot Mice in Your House
Brace yourself! Winter is coming and so is the menace. You can commonly spot mice in your house during the winter season. When we face the freezing temperatures, local pests such as rodents try to get out the elements and enter our houses.
Rodents are pretty desperate to escape the cold weather and enter your house to remain warm and survive. These little creatures can do significant damage inside your house in a little time. Therefore, it is necessary to take adequate measures for rat control.
Winter is the best time for the rats to reproduce, a female can produce 7-8 litters of 4-16 pups annually. A mouse can begin breeding at two months of age and can double their population within a few months. It is necessary to get pest control to get rid of them before they initiate reproduction to multiply their population.
When mice are in your house they also affect your surroundings with their urine and fecal deposits. The list of affected places could include places where we eat and sleep in our house.
The excreta of a rat contain millions of virus and bacteria which can cause more than 55 types of Life threatening diseases. You can’t find or eliminate them easily. They can easily get out of your sight and hide somewhere you cannot reach.
When you try to undertake pest control services yourself, mice sometimes manage to escape because of their collapsible cartilage. With this cartilage, they can flatten out easily and require only a quarter of an inch to squeeze through.
At Safeguard Pest Control, after identifying the presence of menace, our skilled pest control professionals will devise a plan to undertake all of your pest control needs to suit your budget and needs.
Schedule a service with Safeguard Pest Control today! Hiring the best rat control service can make a difference and keep your family and friends safe.
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