What is eating your chocolate?

What is eating your chocolate?

There are three times per year we experience an increase in mouse calls. The first is after Halloween when the mice get into the left over candy, the second is Christmastime when people find droppings and nests in the attic, and the third is after Valentine’s Day when the mice (again) find left over candy. Mice love chocolate and peanut butter and their keen sense of smell lead them to your stash. Try keeping leftover candy in the fridge or freezer to protect them from these salmonella carrying varmints. Perhaps the best idea is to drop off leftover candy here at Ford’s Hometown Services and we will be sure it doesn’t stay leftover for long. We are happy to make this sacrifice for the good of the public. All kidding aside, a mouse infestation should not be ignored. Mice breed at an alarming rate and defecate and urinate everywhere they walk. Don’t let these uninvited guests overtake and contaminate your home. Call today for more information or to inquire about our preventative services: 1-800-649-9992.