Tag: Rats

Are The Rats In Arlington Hard To Keep Out Of Your Home?

Are The Rats In Arlington Hard To Keep Out Of Your Home?

Have you ever walked into the basement to grab do laundry or turned the lights on in your garage and seen a pair of beady eyes staring back at you? Or maybe you hear something scurrying, scratching in the wall. If so, you probably had a rodent problem. One of the most common rodents we […]

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Virginia Rat Extermination

Virginia Rat Extermination

Rats are furry animals that love to chew. They cause significant damage as well as spread disease to humans or their pets. What are the best ways to get rid of a rat infestation? Read on for more information on Virginia rat extermination and what you can do to help protect your family and home. […]

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Rats, Bats, and Spiders, Oh My!

Rats, Bats, and Spiders, Oh My!

Halloween is almost upon us and whether you are dodging falling bats (yes, they fall when it gets cold), worrying over the frantic scurrying sounds in the walls, or contemplating letting the kids watch Arachnophobia, it's the time of year to worry about all three. This is primetime for rats, spiders, bats, and many other […]

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Identifying Mouse Droppings vs Rat Droppings

Identifying Mouse Droppings vs Rat Droppings

Mouse Droppings vs Rat Droppings Rodents are common household pests, especially in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. However, many homeowners often do not know if they have mice or rats. Identifying mouse droppings vs rat droppings can help you, and a pest control company, resolve the problem faster. You may recognize the telltale signs […]

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8 Ways to Protect Your Alexandria Home From Mice

Cooler fall and winter temperatures are prime time for mice to get into homes. Left unchecked, a rodent problem can quickly grow out of control. A single mouse can begin having babies at three weeks of age and can then produce up to 10 liters of 12 mice per year. With math like that, it’s […]

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