Homeowners Advised To Arm Their Homes Against The Rodent Swarm According To The Latest Article From Clean Crawls

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Unfortunately, most homeowners dont take the necessary steps to deter these rodents from finding their crawl spaces, attics, or wall cavities as an ideal new home. The article provides helpful tips on how to prevent rodents from finding their way into homes and buildings. Advice such as keeping the grass around the edges of building trimmed, sealing up gaps and chinks in foundations and around windows and doors provides a solid starting point for homeowners to help keep rodents at bay. Clean Crawls also suggests implementing traps, whether live, snap, or electronic, right away to catch the first invading rodents, pointing out that it is far easier to catch the first pair of mice than wait until that pair has turned into a riotous rodent family. While the article itself provides an excellent guideline for first and preventive actions, any homeowners with additional questions or those attempting to eradicate already existing pests, may find Clean Crawls free downloadable eBook an invaluable guide on rodent control. This eBook covers topics on prevention, eradication of a pest problem, and the ensuing recovery and cleanup. Enter this winter armed and ready for any and all forthcoming critters by reading these rodent resources from Clean Crawls. About Clean Crawls: Clean Crawls provides attic and crawl space cleaning, weatherization, and insulation services.
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