Why Your Homeowners Insurance Isn't Going to Pay for Rodent Damage by Anthony M. Peck in Insurance / Home Owners (submitted 2009-11-20) People have known for years that mice are bad news. They come in, they wreak havoc. They carry germs around with them. They chew through your food and defecate on your counters. Mice
Don’t invite these pest over for Thanksgiving! The National Pest Management Association continues to warn homeowners, that when the temperatures outside turn cooler, an estimated twenty-one million rodents will begin their search for warmth, water, food and shelter; to wait-out the long and cold winter months. Ideally, they will be looking to the cozy homes,
From the Seattle Times... Jeff Babcock, owner of Zoka Coffee Roaster & Tea, has spent the past month learning a painful and public lesson in bureaucratic process. On Sept. 9, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration posted on its website a warning letter to Zoka, saying it had found evidence of rodent and insect
At Stop Bugging Me, we hope we don't see these ants in Western Washington anytime soon, but if we do, Stop Bugging Me Pest control will be there for your residential ant control. Stop Bugging Me also prodvides rodent control and spider control. Both of which are popular services as we move into the
Pest controllers in the Puget Sound are fielding an increased number of calls as rodents leave their traditional burrows in favour of cosy wall cavities and ceiling insulation to combat the colder-than-usual winter nights. Stop Bugging Me Pest Control said at least six people were contacting the firm each day for advice on treatment for mice and rat invasions.