All the Problems Winter Rodents Bring to Indianapolis Homes
February 6, 2019
There is nothing more relaxing than coming home to your warm home after a long day out in the cold of winter. Especially when you heat up some hot chocolate, or possibly apple cider, then cozy up on the couch to read a book or watch television, really whatever relaxes you the most. All in all, we can agree, warmth and the comfort of your own home is a wonderful thing. However, once you find a hole chewed through one of your walls and begin hearing the pitter-patter of tiny feet all around you late at night, your cozy winter turns into a nightmare.
Problems Rodents Cause for Home Owners
As temperatures change and furry invaders find warm homes more and more enticing, the chances of dealing with a rodent infestation in your home become more and more likely. It’s no secret that rodents in Indianapolis pose more than a few problems:
- Rodents are not the cleanest of creatures and are commonly known for the diseases and bacteria they carry with them.
- They leave their droppings anywhere they feel like it.
- Rodents can pose a threat to the wiring and insulation of your home, the most dangerous of this being your wiring. The last thing anyone wants is to come home to an electrical fire.
At the end of the day, we can all agree that rodents are not wanted in our homes.
How and Why Action Wants to Help
It should be no secret that Action Pest Control is here to help. In fact, it was the number one reason we got into the pest control business in the first place. We understand how frustrating and difficult dealing with rodents can be, which is why we have trained so hard to master the best ways to exclude and capture them.
Your home should be a place of comfort, a place for you to warm up after a day out in the cold, and definitely should not a place for rodents. So if you find yourself wondering how you are going to keep your home free of rodents for the rest of winter, think no further. Call Action to handle all of your pest needs. Don’t let furry invaders affect your winter season.
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