Do you hear the pitter-patter of lots of little feet, in your ceiling and walls? Chances are, it’s mice. Mice are the most common rodent that can infest your house, and there’s no shortage of the little critters trying to get into your home. Well, no need for a rodent identification guide. We will tell you about…

Read More

We’re making a list and you’ll want to check it twice… Tis’ the season for New England’s pests to exhibit some bad behavior. And unfortunately, the threat of a bag full of coal won’t be enough for them to change their ways. Rodents, stink bugs, and small wildlife take solace in the warmth of your…

Read More

As the New England weather turns colder, mice look for new homes that will provide them with the warmth, shelter, and food they need to get through the winter months. Unfortunately, this can drive mice into our homes. While one mouse in the house may not seem like a big deal when you consider that…

Read More

Remember when you were a kid and played that board game “Mouse Trap” with friends? You’d move your little critter around the board avoiding the dreaded cage drop. In reality though, when trying to catch a mouse, your adversary is far more elusive, the obstacles challenging, and the traps, more deadly. When you’ve identified a…

Read More

It’s that time of year again. When the temperatures dip, and residents start turning up the heat inside, rodents and pests take solace in the warmth of your home. As a homeowner, mice aren’t just a nuisance, they’re a hazard to your health. Mice can carry diseases and for your own safety and comfort, it’s…

Read More

We’re making a list and you’ll want to check it twice… Tis’ the season for New England’s pests to exhibit some bad behavior. And unfortunately, the threat of a bag full of coal won’t be enough for them to change their ways. Rodents and stink bugs take solace in the warmth of your home during…

Read More

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Are you sure? Winter is upon us and with it we usher in seasonal pleasures such as cozying up to the fire, cocoa and cookies, merriment and holiday tidings. But one thing we don’t take pleasure in are the inevitable home invasions of mice. When the…

Read More

As the New England weather turns colder, mice look for new homes that will provide them with the warmth, shelter, and food they need to get through the winter months. Unfortunately, this can drive mice into our homes. While one mouse in the house may not seem like a big deal, when you consider that…

Read More