MN Insect, Pest and Animal Control
Whenever the weather starts to turn cold, you may start to see more insects and pests crawling around your home. The reason for this is that the colder weather drives insects and animals like bats, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, mice and rats to seek refuge in a warm and dry place, like the conditions your home provides. Some pests and rodents will hibernate in your home while others will remain active, causing problems. The house mouse is remarkably well-adapted for living year-round in homes, food establishments and other structures. Homeowners are especially likely to notice mice during winter, following their fall migration indoors in search of warmth, food and shelter.
Once mice become established inside a home, they can be extremely difficult to control. Mice and rats are masters at squeezing through tight spaces in building exteriors. They will also be attracted to your winter food stash. And once they’re indoors, any food that isn’t securely stored is likely to be added to their menu.
These pests can spread diseases and have even been known to start fires when they chew through electrical wiring. The best way to prevent unwanted winter pests and insects is to take preventative control measures throughout the year for each season.
Have all types of critters and creatures made a second home of your backyard? If banging against the wall and ceiling isn’t keeping the wildlife away, you need to call the pros.
Wild Animal Management and Pest Removal MN
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Not all pests hibernate during the winter, so just because you don’t see them doesn’t mean they’re not there. Don’t be fooled into thinking you can simply ignore them during the cooler times of year. Because pest and animal control is just as important during the winter as it during the warmer months.
It is important to remember that the “cide” in pesticides means “to kill”. These products can be dangerous if not used properly. Remember, if not used correctly, they could be doing more damage than the pests.
Animal removal and animal control is closely regulated by the state of Minnesota to ensure humane and proper treatment of the wild animals removed. Hiring a Professional pest or animal control expert ensures that the proper control or disposal methods will be used.
A Minnesota animal and pest control expert can help you get rid of any wild animal or pest problem you have and help you to prevent a future invasion. This inspection covers almost any area where pests or animals may enter your home.