m250pxouseWinter Pests – Oh the Weather Outside is Frightful

  • Keep all doors closed whenever possible.
  • Inspect and repair any exposed entry points like doors, windows.
  • Small holes and gaps need to be sealed with caulk and steel wool.
  • Mice can fit through an opening as small as a bottle cap.
  • House mice prefer to nest in dark, secluded areas.
  • House mice are also known to spread diseases and contaminate food.
  • Keep areas clear and store boxes off of the floor because mice like to hide in clutter.
  • Regularly inspect the home for signs of mice, such as droppings, gnaw marks and damaged food.
  • Don’t forget, invasive pests want to be indoors during the winter for the same reasons you do. It is important to perform a comprehensive winter pest control treatment to insure that your home is protected.