Posts from October 1, 2016 to October 31, 2016
Yup. It's happening again. You snuggle down into your soft warm bed when you hear it. Scratching, chewy noises just above your head. Could that be a mouse? How do they get in there? The next morning you slide the silverware drawer open and, what's that in the back? A scattering of mouse droppings? How did a mouse get inside that drawer? Then you grab the box of Cheerios from the cabinet only to find it has a hole chewed right through it. How on earth did a mouse get into that cabinet? Well, if you are wondering how mice are getting into these places, and you're curious why you have mice in your house in the first place, here are some ideas.
Residents in Estes Park are preparing for what is going to be a cold winter. They aren’t the only ones who are trying to stay warm and get prepared. Bugs and other fall pests are getting ready for the winter season, too. Fall pests are invading Estes Park, and if you don’t prepare, your home will be on their to-do list.