Posts from November 1, 2011 to November 30, 2011

Nov 11
Noises In The Walls Could Mean A Mouse Got Inside

Hearing Things? Could Be A Mouse!

Are you hearing funny noises?  Are you being kept up at night wondering what it is that is running around inside your walls and through your attic?  Could you have a Raccoon in Your Attic?  You have gone upstairs and checked, but there is not a huge mess and no signs of a raccoon.  It is very possible you have a mouse or rat problem.

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Nov 11
Don't Let Raccoons Destroy Your Attic Or Property

Raccoons In The Attic? No Worries, EnviroPest Is Here To Help!

Is your trash strewn about your lawn when you wake up in the morning? Are you hearing scratching noises above your ceiling while you are trying to sleep? It could be that you have a raccoon living in your attic.

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