Some people think of squirrels as adorable nut-hoarding rodents with bushy, expressive tails. Others see them as cuddly creatures that they want as a pet. However, experts often categorize them as problem animals that overrun suburban neighborhoods. These general perceptions are augmented considerably when you have a squirrel wreaking havoc in your attic.
Usually, the problem starts with suspicious pounding or rustling noises that come from overhead. In an attic or confined space, squirrels can make a surprising amount of noise. It might even sound like someone is stomping on your roof. The noise level is one indicator of how destructive these critters are. Initially, squirrels will cause damage as they enter the attic through a soffit, vent or small opening. Then, they’ll go to work mutilating wood, insulation and electrical wires. They may even chew their way through the ceiling and into your family’s living spaces. This type of damage can happen unexpectedly because many homeowners have difficultly pin-pointing the source of the noise, since squirrels can be active in several parts of a home.
The Bug Man has always prided itself on providing quality service for our clients across Arkansas. There are many valid reasons why people choose us over other pest control companies to keep their household and offices pest free.
Some are drawn to the variety of services we offer, such as our Four Seasons Management Plan, a quarterly inspection for every season of the year. But if we had to wager a guess, we’d say our affordable rates also help us stand out.
Numerous businesses and homes have come to depend on The Bug Man, and we couldn’t be more grateful. But we certainly try to express that gratitude. Special deals are just one way we can say thanks for making us the go-to name in pest control for Arkansas.
A man’s home is his castle, but many homes are made of wood, not stone and mortar. Like any fortress, there is always a menace trying it’s hardest to breach your walls. While it may not be a horde of barbarians at your gates, there is one threat that might as well be: termites.
Termites have been eating mankind out of house and home since the early Cretaceous period. While termites do serve a purpose in the grand scheme of things, such as breaking down dead wood trees into nutrients for the soil, the havoc they can wreck is limitless.