Learn how to effectively get rid of pests from your home and yard.
How Do Electronic Rodent Repellents Work?
Of all the humane rodent repellents out there, electronic rodent repellents seem to be the most reliable and last the longest. But how do they work? How exactly does a small device keep your home or yard free of rodents?
How To Identify and Safely Clean Mice and Rat Droppings
Think you have rodents in your home? Hear the scurrying of small critters in your loft at night? Seeing suspicious-looking droppings around your home? You’re not alone. Apparently, over 14.8 million homeowners in the US have seen rodents in their property within the past year. If you think you may have rats or mice, how can you tell?
The roof rat (Rattus rattus Linnaeus) is a very common pest in the U.S. and something millions of homeowners have to contend with each year. Fortunately, there are some effective ways to rid your home of rats without having to resort to exterminators or pesticides.
The Ultimate Guide: How To Keep Your Home Free of Rodents
Rodents are known to like nesting in walls and destroying insulation. Their teeth are little gnawers they use on chewing wires and may cause even further damages than simple structure and fixtures. Here is your ultimate guide to keeping your home free of mice, rats and other unwanted rodents.
Both rats and mice like to make your home their home, but how can you tell which is which? When the most you get is a glance as they scurry through your property, how can you tell the difference between rats and mice?
Mice are a constant threat to our homes. While they may look all cute and furry, they can be destructive. If you have house mice and want to get rid of them without using chemical traps or an exterminator, what are your options?
Spotting mouse droppings in your home is often the first sign you notice that you have guests. If you have a mouse problem, you need to tackle it, and the first task on the list is to make sure it is mice and not rats or other pests.
If you’re more of a do it yourself type, first, welcome to the club. Second, getting rid of mice is something you can definitely tackle on your own without calling the exterminator. Follow the tips on this page and you should be able to rid yourself of all but the most determined mouse infestations.
House mice may look cute but they are a genuine pest. They are destructive, carry disease and leave feces wherever they go, which is dangerous to human health. If you think you have a mouse in your house or want to prevent them taking up residence, this article is for you! We’ll outline what a house mouse is, how to recognize if you have them in your home and how to remove them humanely.
A little out of sight, but definitely not out of mind. Mice are cunning wee scavengers but they aren’t very discreet with their trails. How can you tell there’s mice living with you under your roof? Here’s a quick guide to finding and knowing signs that there’s an invasion of furry critters afoot.
Prevention is better than cure. An old saying that’s as true today as it has ever been. That’s especially true when dealing with pests such as mice. It stands to reason that if you can stop a mouse getting into your house, you can prevent damage and mitigate the risks rodents pose. But how do they get into your home?
Mice are pesky little explorers that love to chew on things around the house. Aside from that, they are big human health hazards. Their waste can be dangerously unhygienic and unhealthy when inhaled, while their tiny claws and gnawers can spread a ton of bacteria that can contaminate food and food sources. Here’s a quick list of things you can do to get rid of mice from your house.
Mice, just like other rodents like to nest and gnaw on papers and cardboard. This is probably why they chose your attic as their new room or worse, their new breeding ground. You need them out of the attic and out of the house stat. Here’s 5 steps to force mice out of your attic in just a few days.
Skunks may look cute but they can be a pest. Sure, they are well known for leaving that awful smell behind when they get scared, but they can also make a real mess of your yard if they get into the trash!
How To Get Rid of Cockroaches Without Killing Them
Cockroaches are insects that naturally wallow in filth and have bad smell that can cause several intestinal diseases like diarrhea and cholera. Frequent exposure to its smell can also cause allergic reactions making them dangerous sources of allergen and horrible triggers of asthma.
Freaking out over a marching line in your kitchen everyday can be pretty exhausting. Seeing one ant can already mean hundreds in hiding, what more a marching line? You might think they’re harmless when you’re outside on a picnic and they’re marching on a tree, but ants sharing the kitchen with you is a different story. Luckily, we’ve found a few simple ways to get rid of ants in your kitchen.