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One Time Service:
This service is for one species with a length of warranty determined at inspection typically 3 or 6 months. We set traps to catch the rodents living in your home. We follow up and remove dead mice. We then apply an all natural repellent to hold back any new invasion.
This is a year-round service that covers you for most pests such as ants, spiders, mice, cockroaches, earwigs, carpenter bee, hornets and many more. This program comes with FREE extra services.
For service or a free quote call us at (860) 333-6288 or go to our contact page and send us a message.
Description: Norway rats are similar to the roof rat. Except they have a brown coat with rounded ears and a stubby nose. The tail and ears are hairless.
Habits: Norway rats love to burrow into the ground. You will find them in rock walls, under slabs, or in old building that are left unused. The Norway rat will eat anything it's nose leads it to. They have become a problem in almost every corner of America.
Description: The roof rat has a long tail that keeps it balanced as it makes its way around in the world. They can be 13 - 18 inches from nose to the tip of the tail. The coat of the roof rat is a grey color that can be mottled with brown or even black.
Habits: All rodents can climb, the roof rat however is the best of the best. They can get to almost any spot on any structure and are masters at figuring out how. Rats are very opportunistic meaning they love to eat an easy meal. The food we keep nicely packaged and stored away is a free store for a rat. With a nose that can smell better then a dog and incisors that can cut iron, they have very little trouble finding or getting into our food.
Description: The deer mouse is about 7 inches in length from nose to the tip of its tail. The easiest way to spot the difference between a house mouse and a deer mouse is the definition between the upper and lower coat. As seen in the picture the deer mouse has a almost pure white under belly.
Habits: The deer mouse will typically stay on the lower floors of a home. They have no problem making your basement their home. They will spend the summer bringing acorns inside to hoard for the winter time. Typically they are neither seen nor heard inside a house until the acorns arrive.
Description: The house mouse is a tiny mouse, about 3 - 4 inches from head to tail. They have rounded ears and grey brown coat.
Habits: The house mouse has learned to live among us. They love all the crumbs we leave behind. For those who keep a tidy house, don't worry they will be happy to just chew through the box or bag. They will live just about anywhere in your home but prefer the insulation in your attic.