As the seasons change and the air turns cooler, it's time to prepare for the inevitable arrival of unwelcome guests – rodents seeking warmth and shelter during fall and winter. Don't let these pesky intruders catch you off guard. Discover essential tips and effective solutions for keeping your home cozy, critter-free, and ready for the upcoming colder months.
What kind of pests do you want to send packing?
Deer MiceCHOOSE A TRAP
Deer mice can be easily identified by their tails, which are always bicolored – usually half brown and half white. Baby deer mice are pink and hairless at birth.
House MouseCHOOSE A TRAP
House mice are typically dusty gray with cream-colored bellies. Fur color varies from light brown to dark gray depending on the mouse’s location. House mice have a round shaped body. Their muzzles are pointed, and their ears are large with some hair.
Norway rats have bristly brown fur, with black hairs dispersed throughout their coat. Their underside tends to be lighter, with gray to off-white coloring and even yellow tones. Norway rats have small eyes and ears, and their tails are shorter than the length of their head and body coupled together.