Posts with the tag: "rats"

Turning The Rodent Population Upside Down

October

11

2012

There has been quite a buzz around the Sprague Pest Solutions offices about rodents and for good reason. Rodents have been in the news lately here in the Puget Sound and boy could they use a good image consultant!

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Tags: rat control  |  pest control seattle  |  rats  |  rats in Seattle  |  ratpocalypse  |  SR 99

Highway 99 Project Is Digging Up The Dirt On Rodent Activity

September

11

2012

Seattle, Wash. – If you own a business or work near the Highway 99 Viaduct you should prepare yourself for an influx of unwanted customers – rodents and cockroaches. The Seattle waterfront is no stranger to these nasty pests and as the Highway 99 tunnel project gains steam, this massive undertaking is forcing pests to find new places to hide, feed, and unleash their damaging and public…

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Tags: rodents  |  rats  |  mice  |  roaches  |  ratpocalypse  |  SR 99  |  tunnel construction  |  roof rat  |  biking billboard  |  Highway 99

Rodent Exclusion Techniques to Protect Your Facility

July

19

2012

Sprague Pest Solutions, a commercial pest control provider serving Seattle, Portland and the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain regions, offers insight on rodent problems in the commercial sector and what rodent exclusion techniques will help facility managers prevent rats and other pests from taking over. 

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Tags: rodent control  |  portland pest control  |  seattle pest control  |  rats  |  rats in Seattle  |  salt lake city pest control

Rodent Control Devices for Businesses

June

13

2012

There is nothing worse than hearing a pitter patter through the walls or even spotting a little critter in your business or facility. Common pest invaders are rodents who can easily sneak into businesses and leave major problems for the business owners. Mice and rats are unsanitary, can spread harmful pathogens, and contaminate facilities.

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Tags: mice  |  rodents  |  rats  |  rodent control devices  |  rodent trapping