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Signs of Rodents
- Droppings: Rodent droppings are one of the most common signs of infestation. Look for small, dark pellets near food sources, along baseboards, or in hidden areas.
- Gnaw Marks: Rodents have strong teeth and gnaw on various materials to keep them trimmed. Look for gnaw marks on food packaging, wires, insulation, and wood structures.
- Nesting Materials: Rodents build nests using materials like paper, fabric, and insulation. Check for shredded materials in hidden corners, attics, basements, and behind appliances.
- Grease Marks: As rodents travel along walls and baseboards, they leave behind oily smudges or grease marks. These marks may be visible along common rodent pathways.
- Strange Noises: Rodents are often active at night, so you may hear scratching, gnawing, or scurrying sounds coming from walls, ceilings, or attics.
- Foul Odors: Rodent urine has a distinct, strong smell. If you notice persistent odors in certain areas of your home, it could indicate the presence of rodents.
- Footprints: In dusty or muddy areas, you may spot rodent footprints. These tracks typically have four toes on the front and five on the hind feet.
- Visible Rodents: In severe infestations, you may actually see rodents during daylight hours. If you spot a mouse or rat, it's a clear indication that you have an infestation that needs to be addressed.