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 Mice

    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.

  • Roof Rat

    Roof rats are long and thin rodents that have large eyes and ears, a pointed nose and a scaly tail. Roof rats have soft and smooth fur that is typically brown with intermixed spots of black. Their undersides are often white, gray or black.

  • House Mouse

    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 Rat

    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.

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