Water Sources May Attract Pests, Note Atlanta Pest Control Experts At North Fulton Pests Solutions

If there are, find ways to eliminate the cause of the pooling to discourage pests from invading your property. The Atlanta exterminators at North Fulton Pest Solutions have more than 40 years of experience in the pest control industry. Highly skilled and knowledgeable in all aspects of maintaining a pest-free environment, they can provide you with long-term, effective solutions for all your pest control problems. "Eliminating pests is only one part of what we do for our customers," says Blake Edwards, Vice President of North Fulton Pest Solutions. "By helping them attain and maintain a pest-free environment, we give them peace of mind, protect their health and help protect the value of their home and property." North Fulton Pest Solutions can also help you with pest control in Roswell and Marietta. Do not give pests the upper hand. At the first sign of an infestation in your home or office, call in the experts from North Fulton Pest Solutions right away. Their expertise and experience are your best guarantees of enjoying a healthy and pest-free home and business environment. To learn more about our services, go to http://www.northfultonexterminating.com . About North Fulton Pest Solutions: Founded in 1970, North Fulton Pest Solutions is a family-owned and operated pest control company in Atlanta, Ga. For more information, visit http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/press-release/water-sources-may-attract-pests-note-atlanta-pest-control-experts-at-north-fulton-pests-solutions-376979.php

Storms bring rise in rat reports, warns pest control firm

Dr Colm Moore, Rentokils Technical Manager, said: The most important thing for householders and businesses to remember is that flood waters bring bacteria and many other unwelcome visitors, including rats and mice. "Rodents carry a raft of diseases and can easily cross contaminate our homes with a variety of bacteria, viruses and other pests so it is critical therefore that properties are fully disinfected once the flood waters subside. Apart from the obvious physical trauma floods can bring, flood waters can pose unseen hazards for the Irish people. In extreme cases, rodent migration can pose serious health problems. It is important to be aware of the biological hazards a rodent infestation can pose and be in a position to identify the risk and deal with it effectively, Dr Moore continued. After a storm or a flood, many rodents can be forced from their natural habitat and migrate into areas which provide food and shelter such as our houses, sheds, barns, businesses and other buildings. Floods also cause damage to property that may make it easier for rodents to gain access into our buildings. We are expecting the calls to our helpdesk to continue to rise. Dr Moore offered the following Top 10 Tips to handle bacterial and rodent issues and other potential hazards that may arise after storms and floods: 1. When the water subsides remove all debris that provides protective cover for rodents from around houses and buildings. 2. Keep surrounding vegetation down at a low level to eliminate protective cover for rodents. 3. Remove any potential food source such as plastic rubbish bags, food spillages especially grain and waste fats, or other foods that might attract mice and rats. For more information, visit http://www.westmeathindependent.ie/news/roundup/articles/2014/02/10/4019566-storms-bring-rise-in-rat-reports-warns-pest-control-firm-/