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Get Rodent Free with A1 Exterminators

Have you noticed a rodent in your home? More than 1/3 of American homeowners (37%) have seen a rodent in their home in the past year. Among homeowners who have seen a rodent in their home in the past year, the top 3 places where rodents were spotted were garage (39%), kitchen (35%),... more
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Outsmart Rodents In Your Home

He thinks he can outsmart you. Rodents aren't smarter than A1 Ezterminators. Get Pest Free:... more
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Mice Always Find a Way In… Unless A1 Exterminators Closes The Doors

You see a dime size hole. Mice see a door, and go right through it.   Let A1 Exterminators Kick Them Out:... more
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Do Rats & Mice Scare You? Do You Hear Their Screeches?

What are you scared of? Call or Click To Get pest Free with A1 Exterminators! Get Pest Free: https://www.a1exterminators.com/rodent-control/?utm_source=instagram-printads&utm_medium=print-ads&utm_campaign=rodent4-instagram&utm_id=032021_A1-Instagram_03 #rats #rat #bigrat... more
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Cold Weather Drives Rodents Inside Vehicles

When it comes to car problems, there are countless possible causes. However, motorists might be surprised to learn that a rodent infestation could be what’s plaguing their vehicle. A1 Exterminators cautions drivers to be on the lookout for a rodent problem under the car hood and take the... more
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Do You Keep Finding Shredded Paper and Black Rice-Like Things?

If you encounter shredded paper, you have likely found a mouse nest. A mouse will build its nest from just about any soft material or finely shredded paper. And the little black "rice" is most likely mouse droppings. By: the... more
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How Do You Know if It’s a Mouse or a Rat?

There are key differences between mice and rats. Mice are much smaller than rats. Adult mice are about 7 1/2 inches in length, including the tail. The most common rats in the United States are the Norway rat and the roof rat. They are about 14 to 16 inches in length, with tail length varying by... more
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Can Mice Climb Walls?

Unfortunately for humans, both mice and rats are very good climbers, and they can even ascend straight up a vertical surface if the texture is rough enough. They can also jump up to 18 inches and slip through surprisingly small cracks and holes as small as a dime, making it very difficult to keep... more
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Physical Characteristics of Rats and Mice

There are over 70 species of mice and rats widely distributed across North America. The house mouse (Mus musculus) and the Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus) species are in the Muridae family, which is the largest family of rodents and mammals in the world. House mouse: Small head, small feet,... more
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When Do Rats Leave The Nest?

Young rats will leave the nest at the age of about 3 months. This is shortly after they have learned, through imitation from their mother, what foods are good to eat. At 3 months, rats are mature enough to reproduce and travel alone. All rats are nocturnal and will leave their nest from the... more
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