The Rodents are Coming

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Attention Southern States: In the aftermath of several hurricanes, many opportunistic rodents are taking advantage of food and shelter to be found in the debris, while others have moved on to nearby locales that missed the worst of the storms. As the fall chill approaches, many of these rodents will be looking to make their way indoors. Be ready by stocking up now!

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"Weather can kill you so fast. The first priority of survival is getting protection from the extreme weather." - Bear Grylls/Adventurer, writer and television presenter

In this region, expect typical winter temperatures with more precipitation than usual. The wet autumn may send many rodents indoors even before the cold snap, while the rest will scurry inside as the cold weather eventually hits. Make sure you are prepared with a variety of rodent control products to drive them away or capture the ones that are able to make their way through your outer defenses.


"The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house. All that cold, cold, wet day." ― Dr. Seuss, The Cat in the Hat

Midwest states can expect above average snowfall this year, with particularly frigid weather beginning in February and a late start to spring. This means that rats and mice will attempt to stay sheltered indoors much longer than average. With additional months of indoor rodent activity expected, it will be essential to have plenty of supplies on hand to defend your home – you don’t want to leave your home defenseless. Stock up today on a variety of traps and repellents to keep your home free of pests.


"If you don't like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes."– Mark Twain

While not as cold as some years, the winter ahead is predicted to be particularly wet, which means those booming populations of mice and rats will be looking for ways to get indoors where it’s warm and dry. Unfortunately, those warm and dry places are inside your home. Start planning now to create a control plan that will keep your home protected. Start looking for entry points, and be sure to stock up on plenty of traps for the pests that manage to find a way inside.


"Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it." ~ Mark Twain

A warm California summer means that rodent populations are booming. Winter temperatures are expected to be near or cooler than average, but with above average rainfall particularly in northern California. Paired with the cool spring anticipated, rodent populations will soon be heading for cover and sticking around longer than average. Be prepared for any scenario by stocking up on traps and repellents now.


"If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome."- Anna Bradstreet, 1612-1672

Residents of the southwest can expect a colder than average winter with plenty of precipitation. Weather like this spells trouble for those who hate dealing with rodents. The cold, wet conditions will drive mice and rats inside homes where they can stay warm and dry. Prepare your defenses by stocking up on sufficient traps and repellents to protect your home through the long winter months.


"I'm watching the Weather Channel more than I've ever watched it. I'm scared to death it's going to rain." - John Elway/Former American football quarterback

People residing in southeast United States should be prepared for a winter that is rainier than usual. Coupled with the lingering wetness from tropical storms and hurricane season, rodent populations will be seeking shelter inside homes where they can keep out of the heavy rains. Prepare for the influx of mice and rats by stocking up on repellents and traps to keep your home rodent free.


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