During the colder months, rodents such as mice and rats search for food, warmth and shelter indoors, often entering homes through small cracks and crevices. However, the real concern is that these pests can spread diseases and cause serious property damage once inside.

Health Risks

Diseases spread by Rodents

  • Hantavirus is a potentially life-threatening disease transmitted to humans by rodents.
  • Bubonic Plague – Also known as the “Black Death”, the Plague is a highly contagious and often deadly disease.
  • Salmonellosis – Salmonellosis is a type of food poisoning spread by rodent feces, especially through the consumption of contaminated food.
  • Rat-Bite Fever – Rat-bite fever (RBF) is a potentially fatal infectious disease spread by infected rodents or the consumption of food contaminated by rodents.

Rodents can cause diseases and property damage

Rodents Cause Property Damage and Fires

In addition to health risks, rodents can pose a significant property risk as they have a tendency to destroy insulation in attics and can chew through wallboards, cardboard, wood and even electrical wiring. In fact, rodents cause up to 25 percent of house fires in the U.S. every year.

Mice, Rats and Deer Mice are common in our area. Moles and Voles appear in Lawns and Landscaping.


Rats love garbage bins

House Mice

Mice – House Mouse

Mice are common in homes and businesses in our area.

Deer Mice

Deer Mice are common in our area and can carry Hanta-Virus 


Moles and Voles make homes in landscapes

We safely bait and place traps in the home environment and monitor them.