Signs You Have a Rodent Infestation | Arrow Exterminating

Signs You Have a Rodent Infestation

AWST | Posted on February 11, 2015

Signs-You-Have-a-Rodent-InfestationEvery homeowner dreads a rodent infestation. In the NYC area, rats and mice are common pests for both city dwellers and those who live in suburban areas. If you are concerned about a rodent infestation in your home, a rat exterminator can help you remove these troublesome pests for good. By working with a reputable mouse exterminator in NYC, you will be able to rest assured that your property is completely free from rodents. To help you get started on your mouse extermination project, here is a look at some of the top signs that you have a mouse or rat infestation.

 

Droppings

When rodents take up residence in your house, they will typically leave their droppings behind. If you are wondering whether you have a rodent problem in your home, you can inspect for rodent droppings around your closets, kitchen cabinets, and any areas where you store food. Rodent droppings are small and dark in appearance. When you notice rodent droppings around your home, it is time to call your local exterminators.

Nibble Marks and Holes

Rodents use their teeth to access food sources and gain entry to their nests. To determine whether your home is suffering from a rodent infestation, you can check for nibble marks and holes around your house. For example, you may find small holes in boxes of food in your pantry. You may also see nibble marks or signs of gnawing on wooden surfaces throughout your home.

Nests

If your home is experiencing a rodent infestation, you may find nests in hidden areas of your house. Both rats and mice build their nests out of soft materials, such as fabrics, bits of paper, and grass. Often, you will find rodent nests in hidden areas, such as the inside of boxes or the corners of closets. At the first sign of a rodent infestation, be sure to contact your pest control company right away.

 

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