Mice

        When the snow falls, it doesn't necessarily mean the mice stop moving. They will still go in and out of the home. Fresh fallen snow can help you find out where your home is vulnerable to letting them in.  Just follow the footprints and you may find the areas that need...

This time of the year we often get calls from customers who have brought out their holiday decorations and have found mice droppings or mouse nests inside them. To avoid this, place your holiday decorations in heavy sealed containers, not cardboard boxes. Never pack away edible decorations, candy or wreaths with...

Here at Ford's Hometown Services we provide what we consider to be preventative pest service. Meaning we don't wait till you have a problem to address it. Our services for mice start in August because we know that mice will soon start moving in when we...

  What is the most common thing that attracts rodents to your yard? Bird feeders are especially attractive to mice, chipmunks and squirrels. They will be more likely to breed close by and look for shelter near this food source. If you can't stop feeding the birds...

  One of Ford's Hometown Service's technicians sent me this photo last year of the biggest mouse I have ever seen. While there is nothing unusual about mice, there is something unusual about the size of this mouse. It must have a great food source nearby, such as a...

Mice Mice contaminate our crops and spread various diseases by biting us and leaving urine and feces on surfaces. They can also introduce fleas, carry ticks infected with Lyme Disease and carry an assortment of mites. Mice also carry Hantavirus, which causes severe respiratory infections in...

We here at Ford's Hometown Services provide what we consider to be preventative pest service. Meaning we don't wait till you have a problem to address it. Our services for mice start in August because we know that mice will soon start moving in when...

I ran across this funny picture and just had to share it. Imagine you are enjoying your favorite meal and a giant pulls the roof off of your home. This is most likely how you would look too.  ...

Oh! Mice are so cute! But did you know that: Mice contaminate our crops and spread various diseases by biting us and leaving urine and feces on surfaces. They can also introduce fleas, carry ticks infected with Lyme Disease and carry an assortment of mites. Mice...