Diseases by rodents

Diseases directly transmitted by rodents On this Page Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome Lassa Fever Leptospirosis Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM) Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever Plague Rat-Bite Fever Salmonellosis South American Arenaviruses Tularemia For More information go to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Attics with Termites

  Drywood and subterranean termites (coming up from the ground) are the most destructive insect pests of wood, causing more than $1.7 billion in damages and control costs each year in the U.S. Drywood Termites and Your Attic – Be Pro-Active and or PreventaiveTermites. Drywood termites often establish nests in roof materials and wooden wall supports accessed under eaves. Despite being capable of surviving on low wood moisture they are […]

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Rodent Exclusion

Rodents destroy insulation, electrical wiring, plumbing, and other structural components of buildings. Insulation damage alone may amount to a loss of several thousand dollars in only a few years. Energy loss from damaged buildings results in added annual costs. Rodent-induced fires from damaged electrical wiring or nest building in electrical panels cause loss of property and threaten human safety. The most effective means of limiting rodent damage is rodent-proof construction. […]

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Orange County

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Bee Hive in Attic

You can see for a few seconds in the video how big the hive was. We ended up treating the hive with a special pyrethrin aerosol which knocked down the bees fairly quickly. We then removed the hive in the attick that way the honey would not melt or rot.

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Rats in a BBQ!

Well, this was a fun task. I had a Real Estate agent call me saying that one of their homes on the market had a family of rats nesting in the barbecue. To my surprise, she was right as you could see in the video. I ended up sealing all of the entry points with expansion foam and steel whool to exclude these nasty rats from re-entering for some free […]

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Bed Bugs

Lifecyles of the Bed Bug   When bed bugs (Cimex lectularius) have adequate available blood sources they also have a shorter lifespan. Bed bugs who feed regularly have a lifespan of ten months, while those without adequate feeding can live a little more than a year. If a blood host is available, bedbugs can live to see three generations of offspring ready willing and hungry to prey on their human […]

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