A rodent invasion can turn your home into a nightmare no matter how elegant it is. These little animals hide in all sorts of weird places including the attic, under concrete porches, wall voids, burrows, in the foundation and so on. Tough luck getting them from there.
They’re very cautious of new things in their habitat, and often manage to avoid traps and baits.
Rats and mice are the most common rodents at home. They reproduce fast; if you don’t deal with them right away you could soon be staring at a full blown invasion. In addition to being a nuisance, they harbor and transmit diseases, and can also bring parasites like ticks and fleas.
Here are some measures that will help you keep the rodents at bay:
1. High Hygiene Standards
Rodents are easily attracted and retained by a dirty disorganized house. The kitchen is the most vulnerable …
Activities don’t have to be very energetic or huge. They can be very hardworking, small and personal, too. The perfect example of this kind of activity is home improvement. Its main goal is improving upon your home so that it looks how you want it to look. Follow the tips below to get started.
One way to lower your electric bill is to install a motion sensor on your outdoor lights. This way, the bright spotlights only come on when someone is outside and needs the light and then, turn off when not needed, saving on energy. Also, motion-detector outdoor lights can act as a deterrent against theft.
An easy way to make the worn our furniture and scuffed up floors look like new is to add new lighting fixtures. There are many styles of lights that create a comforting aura of light. While you may think the adding light …