RODENT PEST CONTROL FROM SPANISH FORK TO SANTAQUIN, UT
No matter how hard we try to keep them out, certain rodents seem to still find their way into our homes. If you're dealing with an unwelcomed rodent guest, call your LOCAL Bug Guy.
Basic Rodent Pest Control Spanish Fork, UT and the Surrounding Area
When our customers sign up for our convenient routine pest prevention plan, a free bonus is our basic rodent control. That means when a mouse or rat scurries across your kitchen floor, you will know exactly who to call!
You can call us for an occassional rat or mouse problem so you can feel comfortable again in your home. That is just the added bonus of having your own LOCAL Bug Guy!
Do You Have Rodents In Your Home?
If things don't seem quite right around your home and if you're wondering perhaps a rodent may be the cause, there are a few signs you can look for:
You can likely find rodent droppings near food packages, drawers, cabinets, and under sinks. The droppings will be small and moist and when they dry out they turn gray and crumble.
Gnaw marks on food packaging or around the house.
You witness your pets pawing at a particular area.
Rodents love using paper, fabric and other soft materials to make nests, so if you see a pile of materials like this it could be a rodent problem.
Scratching noises coming from the walls or ceilings.
If you’re already a customer, don’t hesitate to contact your LOCAL Bug Guy!
How Can I Keep Rodents Out Of My Home?
Here are some simple tips we recommend to our customers for keeping rodents out of their homes:
Seal any access points: Just like any other pests, it's critical to seal up any possible openings to your home, no matter how small.
Set traps around the home and garage: We recommend setting up traps and checking them occassionally. There are different types, from the classic snap kind to sticky glue boards.
Clean up: It's important not to leave out any food. Pests enter your home because they sense there is food and water. Make sure to seal food in containers and don't leave leftover pet food out.