Dealing with a mouse problem is never fun, whether it is inside your home or in your backyard. Here are some tips and insight to help you get rid of mice from your home and yard so you don't have to worry about it anymore.
Get a Cat
If you have mice in your home or around in your backyard, you can get rid of them by getting a cat as a pet.
There are a number of pest control products on the market that state that they are "humane bird deterrents," but the truth is that they could easily hurt a bird rather than prevent its landing. The sharp spikes you see on church roofs and the shock strips on roofs are not that humane. A bird could easily impale itself on the spikes, and cook its insides on the shock strips. Instead, try one of the following solutions, which really are humane.
Termite exterminators are vital resources when trying to keep your house in the best possible shape, mostly because they can help mitigate or prevent any termite damage. Listed below are three ways that an exterminator can help you deal with termites before they can cause too much damage to your home.
By Performing An Annual Inspection
A service that is often overlooked that most termite exterminators can provide is an annual inspection, which is a bit of a problem because an annual inspection can help ensure that you do not end up finding out you have termites throughout your home after the termites have already caused a lot of damage.
Does everyone in your household wake up with bite marks on their skin each day? If you recently returned from a family vacation, it is possible that the bite marks are the result of unknowingly bringing bed bugs back to your house. A pest control professional can inspect your house to find out if the pests are present. It is a good idea to get your house treated if you want the pests to stop biting everyone in your household.
Unless you are willing to share your home and food with the local rodent population, there are only three available options. You can perform extensive preparations to keep them out, trap them and take them elsewhere, or kill them.
Preventing rodents from entering your home is obviously the better solution, but if it fails, you must be willing to pursue one of the other alternatives, depending upon your moral code or squeamishness level.