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Warning Signs Of A Rodent Infestation

Posted on February 5th, 2020 by Knockout Pest

Rodents have become skilled at hiding. So much so, that a homeowner would have no idea they have a rodent infestation problem to begin with! Below are some of the warning signs associated with rodent infestations.

Small Droppings

The first thing you may discover when dealing with a rodent infestation is their droppings. These small droppings can contain bacteria and diseases. Since mice have the ability to leave behind 50 droppings a day, it is no wonder why this is the first warning sign most homeowners are exposed to.

Bite Marks

It is no secret that mice and rats can gnaw their way through just about anything in order to get to a source of food and water. Unfortunately, this means that rodents can destroy your home’s plumbing pipes and electrical wiring. When you spot bite marks throughout your house, it is possible that rodents have moved in without your consent.

Unexplained Noises

Have you been hearing the noise of pitter-patter in your house? If so, this could be the sound of mice or rats scampering around. These rodents could be running around in the attic or between the walls. 

If you have noticed droppings, gnaw marks and strange noises in your home, you may have a rodent infestation on your hands. Turn to the professionals here at Knockout Pest Control for assistance. We can knockout rodents and keep them down for the count! 

Call 1-800-244-PEST or 1-800-244-7378 to schedule an appointment with us.  

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