- Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
- Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome
- Lassa Fever
- Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM)
- Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever
- Rat-Bite Fever
For whatever reason, the rodent calls have been legion this November, with calls coming in nearly every single day from concerned homeowners finding rodent droppings everywhere from the garage to kids' bedrooms to the kitchen. You definitely don't want rodents in any of these places, as their droppings can carry diseases for years, and their fleas carry their own set of concerns.
Voles, not gophers, leave the trails in your grass that end in a 2" hole in the ground. They don't come inside as often, preferring to damage your property outside. They're even active underneath piles of snow. You'll see large patches of dead grass and rings around saplings where they ate under the snow all winter long.
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Walk around your house outside. Look for any place mice can get in--the rule of thumb is that if a pencil fits into the hole, a mouse can get through it. It's tougher in a crawl space, but if you'd rather not wiggle into that claustrophobia-inducing, nightmare area, we can oblige. In fact, a rodent checkup isn't all that expensive, and can lead to a much cleaner, healthier home.
Interested in preventing mice from entering your house or business? Give us a call! 800.422.4803