Posts With The Category: "Rodents"
It is estimated that rodents invade more than 20 million homes in the United States every year. The presence of rodents in Hawaii is certainly a problem. An infestation of rats has called for increased Honolulu rodent control, as there are many potential dangers with the population of rats. Serious property damage has occurred with an infestation of rats from chewing furniture, walls, electrical lines and tearing out insulation. Many personal belongings, no matter how carefully packed, have been destroyed by rats chewing into boxes and building nests. However the greatest danger posed is that these rodents spread many diseases everywhere they go. The accumulation of feces spreads bacteria, contaminates food sources and triggers allergic reactions among humans.
Have you heard shuffling noises in the walls of your home, or in your attic? Have you noticed that food in your cupboard has little gnaw marks on the packaging, or have you seen little brown pellets that resemble rice? If you have heard or seen these things around your home or property, you may have a rodent problem.
Rodents are a year round problem for many Hawaii homes and businesses. Mice and rats are constantly looking for places to find food, water and shelter in order to thrive. What can you do to protect your home from rodents in Hawaii? Rats and mice will be looking to find a way into your home, so planning ahead now to prevent these pests from entering your Hawaii home is the best course of action.
We’ve been getting more phone calls lately about the presence of rodents inside homes and businesses. Rodents are always on the lookout for dry and warm places to attain protection from any chilly nights and/or wet weather. As both mice and rats begin looking for food, water and shelter, you don’t want that rodent safe haven be your property. The Honolulu exterminators at Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions would like to offer you a few rodent prevention tips to help keep these pests from choosing your home or business as their next shelter.