Late Night Noises Keeping You Up?

By 603 Pest Team | January 18, 2019

Do you hear rustling noises within the walls at night? Have you discovered that some wiring or flexible plumbing hoses has chew marks on it? These are classic indications that you may have a rodent infestation issue. A recent study states that 31{60dc209d26997abf1532d269cfd720e8eeacc18b7e7591f058c63168ef08e74e} of people in the United States are waking to the unnerving sound of rodents scratching around their homes. This number sees a 25{60dc209d26997abf1532d269cfd720e8eeacc18b7e7591f058c63168ef08e74e} increase in the winter months, as these four-legged menaces rush indoors to shelter from the wintery cold snap. What can blight the lives of families, prove costly to homeowners, and even render homes unsellable.

The two most common types of rodents that enter a home are rats and mice. What makes this pest difficult to remove is that they are cautious, suspicious, and instinctively know if you’re out to remove them.

Rodents are a pest that must be removed from the property. They can introduce parasites and transmit diseases that can be potentially serious. If baiting and trapping haven’t worked and the family cat is uninterested in hunting the pests down, then now is the time to call 603 Pest Control for rodent, rat, and mice extermination plan for the home or business. The right pest control service is crucial to successfully ridding your property of an unwanted rodent infestation. Here are some reasons why it is so important to contact us sooner rather than later:

  • Rodents breed all year long. Once a nest has been established, rodents will expand in numbers and search for larger quantities of food and water to sustain the nest.
  • Rodents defend themselves. If a rodent is backed into a corner, it may choose to attack.
  • Rodents are highly adaptable. Sealing off an access point won’t stop rodents. They can quickly create new access points.
  • Rodent feces can lead to illness and, in extreme cases, death.

Effective rodent, rat, and mice control means removing the current population while proactively preventing new pests from moving in and taking hold. 603 Pest Control provides numerous treatment plans that are available to you right now depending on what type of rodent is bothering you and the size of the infestation.

Contact us today if you’ve discovered rats, mice, or other rodents in your home or business and we’ll help to remove them so your family can be healthy and safe, and we will provide this service for a fair, competitive price. 603 Pest Control provides services for both residential and commercial properties. We are the number one pest control solution for Hooksett, Manchester, Hollis, Nashua, Hudson, Concord, Bedford, and Portsmouth.

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