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Posts Tagged ‘Mice’

Clintonville Ohio Rat infestation

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

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Have you seen rats greeting you in your neighborhood? If you live in Clintonville, Ohio., you know what we are talking about. Clintonville Area Commissioner Kristopher Keller said rats are a growing problem in the Beechwold neighborhood south of Morse Road near Indianola Avenue. Neighbors have seen rats near full bird feeder and chasing cats.

The calls from Clintonville residents have increased significantly in the past two years but no one knows for sure why that area has been so affected. The city used to have rat control program until they discontinued in 2009. George Zonders, a spokesman for the Columbus Department of Public Utilities says that the city hasn’t had a major sewer-tunneling project in Clintonville in recent years.

Ratatouille is cute in cartoon but not in real life.

Rat and Mice Exterminator in Columbus Ohio

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5 biggest pest threats in your Columbus Ohio Home

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

This Video found on Yahoo, has come great advice on Pest threats in Columbus Ohio. Its filled with great helpful tips everyone can use to keep bugs out of our homes.

5 Biggest pest threats to your home

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Mice in Columbus, Ohio soon to increase.

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
Columbus Ohio Mice

Columbus Ohio Mice

As we turn the corner into the fall season, you will start to see Mice activity increase. Mice really do not like the cold weather so they will look for warm places to call home. So here are a few tips and facts to keep your home mice free without having to harm them.

-Close up any small holes and cracks they can come in through.
-Mice eat 15-20 times a day, so keep your homes clean and do not leave food out.
-Make sure that your home and storage areas are clean and dry.
-Be sure to empty kitchen and household garbage cans frequently.
-Make sure that you clean your sheds, crawlspaces, and garbage cans often.

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Mice are invading our homes in Columbus, Ohio

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

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House mice

This time of year in Columbus, Ohio the phone calls coming into the office are generally homeowners who have found mouse droppings and in some cases actually seeing the mice roaming their homes.  This is a great time to take measure to prevent this from happening in your homes. Below are a few times to keep the mice out of your family home.

1) Seal entrances with metal flashing or heavy mesh and install door sweeps.

2) Do not allow leaf and yard debris to collect in piles.   Compost piles needs to be moved away from the house and keep weeds and brush cutback.
4) Clean all the clutter that could make housing for a mouse, pay particular attention to straw and paper.

5) Store pet food in metal or hard plastic containers that can resist gnawing.

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Mice Control

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

The mouse or mice are great at living year-round in homes, restaurants and any other structures. You are especially likely to notice mice during winter, following their migration indoors in search of warmth, food and shelter. When mice become established inside a home, they can be tough to control.

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Prevention of Mice and Rats

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

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Rat

To get rid of mice, check for opening particularly under door jams, you can place copper wools into any possible openings. Copper wool or wire either traps or keeps mice from entering.   Rats are also  not capable of getting in, when there is copper wool or wire.  To prevent entry from either mice or rats, you can utilize this stuff on possible entry points.

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Mouse invasion!!!

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Mouse Invasion

Mouse Invasion

Each year in the winter, rodents invade an estimated 21 million homes in the U.S.

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Rats

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Rats will eat just about anything, including decaying material.

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Looking for warmth and food

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

Rodents try to come inside from October through February for warmth and food.

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Rodent Diseases

Monday, November 16th, 2009

About 10-15 people in the U.S. contract this rodent-borne disease each year.

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