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Rodents can be a huge problem for homeowners. Check out our infographic for some rodent facts you should know to keep your home rodent-free.
The architectural elements of older homes can attract rodents. Learn how to keep historic homes safe from rodents.
Rodent damage can result in costly repairs if you don't take action. Find out what mice and rats can do to your home.
Rodents can carry a range of bacteria, leading to the spread of diseases. But what diseases do rodents carry? Find out here.
Rodents are stronger than they look...and they're hard to get rid of. Stay one step ahead with these five facts about rodent strength and agility.
As the weather gets colder, rodents begin to search for warmth. Find out what you should do to keep fall rodents out of your home this fall.
This infographic from the rodent experts at Ehrlich Pest Control explains the difference between rats and mice, and how to tell them apart.
Preventing rodents from vandalizing your vehicle is not easy. An idle vehicle is all it takes. Find out how to keep mice out of your car.
Garages can house all sorts of items: tools, outdoor furniture, boxes, and even PESTS! Find out what things in your garage are attracting mice.
Having mice in your home is frustrating, but what happens when your mouse traps don't work properly? Our experts explain what to do.
Mice will eat just about anything in your home, but love meats, grains, oats, cereal, rice, corn, fruit, and seeds.
There's a lot of information about mice, but Ehrlich can answer the most common questions about mouse control.
Urban mice are very flexible and can adapt to a variety of environments in order to survive. Learn how mice adaptations can cause problems.
Have you spotted house mouse droppings at your home or business? Get important house mouse facts from Ehrlich Pest Control’s infographic here.
Mice are truly amazing creatures and one of the world's most common pests. Here are 12 interesting facts about mice you need to know this winter.
The common brown rat (Rattus norvegicus) is a highly destructive rodent found in rural and urban settings, and can be a cause of concern.
Rats are one of the most persistent pests in homes and businesses. Ehrlich shows you what to look for in a rat control professional.
Rats are common in homes and businesses, but there are many questions about rats our specialists get over and over.
Ever find yourself wondering, what is a roof rat? We explore common questions about these pests, including how to get rid of them.
Rats in businesses are not a welcome sight. Some factors inherent in your processes may actually be inviting pesky rodents in.
As the rodent experts in the eastern US, our customers trust us to keep rats away. We look at the top 5 East Coast states for rat activity.
Rats are more commonly known for transmitting diseases, but they can attack humans and mammals under certain circumstances.