Working with Local Health Authorities During COVID-19

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Working with Local Health Authorities During COVID-19

Specific Health Crisis Information ‘from the ground’ regarding sanitation/health consequences of current and upcoming rodent and insect pest issues. Dear XXX Health Department, I have been in the local pest control industry for about 43 years so I have both an up close as well as a solid overall understanding of our current pest issues […]

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Covid-19

COVID-19: Why Exterminators Are an Essential Business

The Greater Seattle/Puget Sound region has had the misfortune of the being one of the top US cities experiencing the COVID-19 outbreak. Even with the public health safeguard protocols in place for social distancing, extra hygiene measures, closing non-essential business, etc., the next-step likelihood of ‘shelter in place’ is very real. When we consider the […]

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rat control

Seattle Area’s Rising Rat Population Costs

Rats are unfortunately a plague in every major city. The easy access to food and shelter that these areas provide create natural breeding grounds and homes for these rodents. The excess of rats that Seattle experiences, however, is not decreasing or stagnant—it’s increasing. While no one reason can be tied to the root cause of […]

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Rodents & Human Diseases

The Necessity of Rodent Control While mice and rats can cause serious damage to the structure of your home or business, they are also very dangerous to the health of you and others sharing the infested space. It doesn’t help that rodents nest and feed off of human waste, so the threat is unfortunately never […]

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Rodents & Wire Cables

How to Prevent Rodents from Chewing Wires & Cables When rodents, such as rats or mice, find their way into a building structure, they have access to voids between walls and floors, as well as in drop ceilings.  This structure is most common in office spaces, as it allows any wiring, piping, or insulation to […]

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Why You Need a Rodent Control Program If You Live in Seattle

Every city has its drawback, and unfortunately Seattle’s is rats. While the industrial, yet scenic Puget Sound inlet and copious green forests make living in the Seattle area gorgeous, the influx of people these views generate causes rats and indigenous rodents to this environment to increase as well. It doesn’t help that rats and mice […]

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rats in home

What are the Signs I Have a Rodent or Rat Infestation?

Rats, mice, and other common household rodents are unfortunately drawn to the areas of our homes that we frequent the least. Because of this, it can be hard to realize that there is a problem until it is too late. Understanding where to look and what signs to look for is key to identifying a […]

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Rat Problems in Redmond-Woodinville, WA

Rodent Control for Redmond-Woodinville Area of Greater Seattle Learn more about what rodent damage looks like, and the extent to which rodents can harm the security and integrity of your home. Follow our trained technician on-site as he details some common entry points and signs of rodent presence throughout this video. This specific site shows […]

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Difficulty Keeping Mice, Rats & Squirrels Out

What Rodent Control Includes The rodent control process includes many things. We at Cascade Pest Control believe in starting with preemptive and proactive steps to stop pests or rodents from getting inside your home or business in the first place. Our goal is to prevent the type of invasive procedures shown in this video. Mice, rats, […]

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why do i have rats

Fun Facts About Rats & Mice

RATS From Tacoma, through Seattle, Snohomish & Skagit Counties and up through Bellingham we have both Norway rats and roof rats.   Excellent jumpers: Rats can jump vertically 36 inches and horizontally 48 inches. Dropping from a height of 50 feet doesn’t kill or seriously injure rats. Squeezing through small openings: Rats have flexible skulls […]

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