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How do you stop rats from coming in your home

how do you stop rats from coming into your house

There is a big reason as to why rats are attracted to your home. The main reasons are warmth, food, and shelter. By being in a heated and comfortable place rats can find the opportunity to multiply and to build nests in peace with the reservoir of food a few meters away. This combination makes…

how does bromadiolone rat poison work

How Does Bromadiolone Rat Poison Work?

Bromadiolone is a popular choice when it comes to rodenticides. It is usually deployed in the form of bait blocks used to eradicate rat or mouse presence. Bromadiolone is an anti-coagulant which means that it avoids blood from clotting. The body does not recycle Vitamin K eventually which leads to rats perishing. The reason why…

Hole in Window Frame

Case Study: Multiple Entry Points, Mouse Extermination in Toronto

This case study deals with a mouse extermination in Toronto and demonstrates the importance of a thorough inspection. Several openings were found on the property, which were likely responsible for bringing mice into the home. The technician on site placed several bait stations around the property to eliminate the mice, though a full exclusion of…

Weep Vent Mouse Entry Point

Case Study: Mouse Removal and Exclusion in Scarborough

The following case study details a mouse extermination job in Scarborough. Mice that were infesting this single-family home were removed with bait and kept out permanently by sealing off every entry point. If you have been struggling with a mouse problem on your property, give us a call and a technician will solve your problem.…

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Case Study: Mice Chew Through Weep Vent Covers in Toronto

The following case study details a mouse control service in Toronto, Ontario. Mice were removed from a multi-residential building with the help of bait stations and an exclusion of the exterior. Within a few weeks, the mice were gone. If you have been witnessing mouse activity in your home, give us a call. A technician…

Case Study: Mice Enter Through Foundational Gap in Toronto

Case Study: Mice Enter Through Foundational Gap in Toronto

The following case study will analyze and recount a mouse infestation in a residential house located in Toronto. The homeowner complained about mouse activity where after a technician was dispatched on-site to conduct an exterior and interior inspection. Exterior Inspection The exterior and interior inspection are some of the most important parts during an exclusion…

Case Study Mice Use Holes in Deck to Reach Kitchen in Old Toronto

Case Study: Mice Use Holes in Deck to Reach Kitchen in Old Toronto

This case study details a mouse removal and pest-proofing job in Old Toronto. Mice entered this 2-unit home in early winter via the holes in the foundation, then dirtied the kitchen with feces. A thorough inspection of the property, along with an extermination program and exclusion of the foundation has left this property mouse-free ever…

Case Study: Mice Climb Brick Walls to Attic

Case Study: Mice Climb Brick Walls to Attic

The following article details a mouse removal and pest-proofing job in North York. It was December, and the homeowner in this case was hearing noises in the attic. Invasions like these are common in the fall and winter when pests need a warm place to stay. A complete inspection, removal program, and pest-proofing were carried…

Do Mice Burrow In Snow

There are two main types of mice in Canada, southern Ontario especially as we have a lot of house mice. House mice are not native to this country or even this continent. They are from Europe and came here on ships along with rats. They are unable to live in the wild and must make…

How Loud Are Mice In Walls

Mice are a frustrating and problematic infestation. They are hard to find and even harder to catch. They usually enter on the ground floor often through a back door that has been left open. They will then rapidly populate your home and begin moving up the walls to the second floor and all the way…