The sounds of tiny nails and teeth emanating from some unseen area of a home are never a welcome occurrence. It generally means that there is a member of the superfamily Muroidea hard at work behind the scenes. There are more than 1,200 species within the superfamily but the one that often rears its furry
Rodent Free For the Fall Halloween is all about getting spooked by goblins and ghouls, not creeped out by rodents in your home. If you see a furry little creature scurrying through your home, you’ll likely be tempted to scream, but the reality of a mouse infestation is much scarier than the possibility of a
Rodent infestation has become increasingly common in the recent years. With the changing weather patterns in the DC area, it is not surprising that mice and rats are making their way into homes and offices in search of shelter and food. Finding a safe and warm place inside a house is not challenging for mice.
Mice that find a way into your home are a threat to the health of your family and the structure of the house. They carry dangerous bacteria and serious diseases. Mice can damage the contents of your home with relentless chewing and increase the risk of a house fire by gnawing through electrical wiring. Fortunately,