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The Secret To Effective Rat Control In Tulsa, OK

Posted in: Rodents,

Have you ever heard the saying, 'It’s raining cats and dogs?' People have speculated for decades about where this fun verbiage originated. One entertaining belief is that this saying came from when rats would crawl through thatch roofs being chased by cats and dogs. All of this weight would cause a collapse, hence the term. Seeing that our roofs are much more sturdy nowadays, this saying is a whole lot less practical.

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The Trick To Keeping Mice Out Of Your Tulsa Home

Posted in: Rodents,

Mice are one of the most common pests you will find in your Tulsa home. However, they’re also one of the worst: they can spread disease, leave the house smelling like feces and urine, and chew on everything they can find, even electrical wires. In fact, many house fires are started when mice chew on a live wire and it sparks. 

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a norway rat crawling through the sewer pipes on a tuls oklahoma property

Tulsa's Extreme Guide To The Sewer Rat

Posted in: Rodents,

While a rare person might find the sewer rat cute and cuddly, even they will likely elicit screams of panic if they see one scurrying through their kitchen. Not only is the sight of them unsettling, but the diseases they carry should make our skin crawl. It's a good idea to take steps around your Tulsa home to prevent rodents like the sewer rat from getting in.

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Preventing The Persistent Furry Pests Of Fall In Tulsa

Posted in: Rodents,

Around this time of year, rodents begin looking for a warm, sheltered area where they can avoid the chill of winter, and our homes offer the perfect environment. Tulsa properties provide the warmth, food, and water rodents need to survive, making your home an appealing target. Attics, basements, garages, and wall voids are all common areas rodents like to invade. At night, they will venture out from their hidden nests to visit your kitchen and steal your food.

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