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1 12, 2023

Do Mice Carry Fleas?

December 1st, 2023|Integrated Pest Management, Rodents|

Pests of any kind are a pain to deal with. But if you’re dealing with one pest, chances are, there’s more where that came from. [...]

1 12, 2023

Commercial Rodent Exclusion: Protecting Your Business

December 1st, 2023|Blog, Commercial, Integrated Pest Management, Pest Prevention, Property management, Restaurant & food service, Retail, Rodents, Warehousing & distribution|

As winter approaches, commercial establishments face a common and persistent threat – rodent infestations. Rodents, including rats and mice, are notorious for seeking shelter and [...]

6 11, 2022

Preventing Mice Outbreaks in Winter

November 6th, 2022|Rodents|

Winter brings many great things: Blankets, hot cocoa, and snow. However, winter also brings mice and other rodents into your house as they look for [...]

13 11, 2021

Rodent Prevention Tips for Your Home this Fall

November 13th, 2021|Blog, Residential, Rodents|

As colder months approach we all love to stay warm and cozy in our homes, but how do we prevent rodents from doing the same? [...]

23 09, 2020

Spot a Mouse in your House?

September 23rd, 2020|Blog, Fall Pests, Rodents, Wisconsin Pest Control|

“Mouse!” is the last thing you want to hear your spouse or children yell in the other room. But for many Wisconsin families, especially those [...]

11 12, 2019

How to Prevent Mice from Entering My Home

December 11th, 2019|Rodents|

You’ve heard pest control experts say to seal off all entry points to prevent mice. But what does that really mean? Where should I be [...]

19 11, 2019

Are Small Mice Really That Dangerous In Homes?

November 19th, 2019|Rodents|

It can be hard to decide whether mice are cute or gross. While these tiny rodents can be quite innocent looking, don’t be deceived. Mice in Eau Claire and throughout Wisconsin will take advantage of any small openings to get inside homes as the weather begins to cool off this fall.

6 10, 2019

How Do Mice Get In?

October 6th, 2019|Pest Prevention, Rodents|

Mice chew through walls to get behind your cabinets and climb into drawers. They gnaw through pantry food packages, cereal boxes, pet food bags, and other cardboard or paper packaging. In addition to causing serious damage, mice can carry bacteria and disease in their fur and inside their bellies.

28 08, 2019

What is Rodent Exclusion?

August 28th, 2019|Blog, Commercial, Pest birds, Rodents|

Have you ever considered adding door sweeps, sealing gaps around your utility lines, or repairing/reinforcing holes associated with doors to discourage an animal infestation? Acting [...]

28 12, 2018

Does Ultrasonic Rodent Repellent Work?

December 28th, 2018|Rodents|

We all know that the best rodent problem is the one that never happened, right? Sure we can buy mouse traps and try to alleviate [...]

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