ATLANTA, GA, December 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Atlanta pest control
experts, Team Pest USA, talk about ways you can keep rodents away for good. If removing mice and rats is not difficult enough, having to deal with these pests after getting them out the first time can be quite the stressful experience.
With all forms of pest control, the only permanent solution for removal is prevention and deterrence. Animals act on instinct; if they smell food or are in need of shelter, they will do whatever they can to get it. If your home or business is not sealed properly, it could continue to be the destination these critters long to reach.
Keep Rodents Out For Good
If there is one wild animal you do not want in your home more than any other, it is mice. They breed very fast and are incredibly difficult to get rid of once their numbers start increasing. Thus, keeping them out in the first place is the best approach. Atlanta wildlife removal
company Team Pest USA says to keep food sealed in containers.
Never leave food exposed - that includes outdoor garbage containers. Even though they are outside, the smell will naturally attract rodents to the inside of your home or building. They will follow the scent trail.
According to Brandon Pelfrey, Owner of Team Pest USA, "Make your home inhabitable for wildlife inside and out. This means keeping it clean and performing regular lawn maintenance. Mice traps are effective for eliminating current threats, but will do little to prevent rodents from coming back."
Team Pest USA is a premiere wildlife removal contractor. Learn more about their services by visiting http://www.pestusa.com/
.About Team Pest USA:
Family owned and operated locally, Team Pest USA has been Atlanta's leading pest control experts since 1971. Their commitment to providing industry-leading treatment methods and excellent customer service has gained them many loyal clients across their 40 years in the Atlanta pest control industry. Team Pest USA also offers wildlife removal and relocation in addition to pest control services.
For more information, visit http://www.pestusa.com/