This Thanksgiving, Bulwark truly is thankful for each and every one of our loyal customers. We love serving you and ensuring your Thanksgiving is pest free! Moreâ€¦
Thank You To Rove Pest Control
What follows are my honest thoughts about my experiences with pest control in Minneapolis and the one company that saved me. Read this Rove customer’s heartfelt experience here.
Giving Thanks | Pratt Pest Management
As Thanksgiving approaches, gratitude is in the air. The Pratt Pest Management team would like to extend a thank you for trusting us to provide the finest pest control, lawn, and plant care services around! Moreâ€¦
How to Make Your First Home Pest-Free Before the Holiday Season
As the holiday season is fast approaching, homeowners get busy with preparations for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year. Pests, termites, mosquitoes, rodents love the holiday season, just like we all do. Moreâ€¦
How to Keep Pests from Wintering in Your Home
Each year pests seeking shelter and food infiltrate a whopping 21 million households. It’s cold outside and they run to the nearest shelter they can easily access. Your home is a likely target! Moreâ€¦
One of the sneakiest pests you might come across this Thanksgiving is the House Mouse. These mice, measuring 5-8 inches from nose to tail, would love to run off with some of your turkey dinner leftovers. These mice come in all colors: black, white, grey, tan, brown, and every color in between. They love living in close proximity to us humans.
The House mouse is mostly nocturnal, and don’t like the light very much. Look for their living quarters in dark hiding places, near their food and water sources. These mice become significant pest control problems by not only consuming our food, they also contaminate it. They can transmit all kinds of disease and illness, and even damage property. The House mouse isn’t going anywhere either. They’ve been around for thousands of years, and cannot survive away from human settlements. Serious House Mouse infestations require professional pest control.