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mother mouse feeding baby mice

During the winter, mice in Pittsburgh have lots of reasons to want to be inside your home—they just don't know it. They don't have a sixth sense that tells them that your home has a maze of passages to play in, lots of soft stuff to make nests with, or that there is an abundance of food. All…

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norway rat on the ground

You probably know what a rat is. There are few people who do not. But do you know what Norway rat is? If you live in Pittsburgh, you should. Norway rats in Pittsburgh are common pests that can become a serious problem. They can carry fleas into your yard and into your home. They spread harmful…

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a pittsburgh pennsylvania house mouse crawling through out a kitchen food pantry during the early fall season

Mice are timid critters. You will rarely see them and hardly ever hear them unless a mouse is scrambling to make its way up through your wall voids or you have a mouse chewing on something inside your ventilation ducts. They make very little noise when they get into our Pittsburgh homes.

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a baby house mouse crawling through the walls in a pittsburgh home

If allowing rodents into your Pittsburgh home isn’t on your to-do list this year, then understanding why, how, and where rodents are getting onto your property is important. While rodents such as mice, rats, and squirrels often invade homes in the fall and winter, they can choose to infest…

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rodent in a corner

When you go into your attic after months, or even years, of not needing to bring anything out of storage, it can be a shock to find your stored items in disarray when you finally do need to retrieve an item you haven’t used for a long time. Unfortunately, the damage and destruction you are now…

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