Clint Miller Winter Rodent Control
  • Nov 20, 2020

Just like we like to head indoors when the weather starts to turn, so too do rodents. Unfortunately, by the time you see the signs of an infestation, it means that you already have several pests running around after you've gone to bed. Pests don't just search for crumbs while they're sharing your house. They can spread disease, chew up electrical wires, and carry in even more pests (e.g., ticks, fleas, etc.). Plus, they can get into any part of your property. From the garage to the shed, they can go relatively unnoticed until they've proliferated into huge numbers. Rodent control starts with spotting the entry ways and working to block them. When you're searching for anything online that 'keeps rodents out of my home', we'll give you all the tips you need. 

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Signs of a Rodent Infestation
  • Feb 19, 2020


If you’ve begun to suspect that you might have a rodent in your home or are wondering how to keep mice out of the home, you’re in the right place. Recognizing the signs early is very important in ensuring the easiest cleanup possible. The most common signs of rodent infestation include:

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  • Oct 29, 2019

Before the cool weather hits and urges rodents to look for a warm, dry place to stay for the winter, block rodent access points. Part of rodent control is preventing them from finding ways into your home. The other part is using the proper rodent control products and services to eradicate the mice that do get in. Keep food in airtight containers and make sure you don’t have water leaks. Food and water attract these pests when it is getting ready to get cold. Also, once rodents get into your home, it’s difficult to get them out. If you noticed signs of rodents in your home and have not had luck trapping them, it’s time to call a professional like Clint Miller Exterminating.

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  • Oct 16, 2019

With fall arriving right on schedule, may might find that some unwanted pests are starting to creep into your home. You could see more spiders and insects, because the cooler weather means they'll want to find a location they can be warm and comfortable in. If they can get inside your home, you could end up with a pest problem that you're not entirely sure how to solve. But there's more than just spiders, moths, and beetles to consider. This is also the right time of year for ladybugs to make their appearance, and start finding their way into homes and businesses where they can hide out for the winter.

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  • Oct 4, 2019

Going indoors when the weather is bad just makes sense. People do it, and animals and insects want to do it, as well. Because of that drive for protection from the elements, you can find that there are suddenly fall pests in your  home that you weren't looking for. You could end up with mice, rats, and rodents, along with ladybugs and stinkbugs, just to name a few. A ladybug infestation might seem better than a stinkbug infestation, but neither one of those things are good for a home or its occupants. In order to avoid the fall pests and reduce the risk of problems, there are some things you can do to get ready for fall.

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Clint Miller House Fly Facts
  • Apr 9, 2019

With thousands of species of flies in North America, it's no wonder their persistent presence indoors and outdoors is no surprise. Depending on the region you live, there are numerous types of flies, each with its own individual characteristics such as body size, body color pattern, and wing size.  

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  • Feb 28, 2019

Salamanders are amphibians with a smooth skin devoid of scales, feathers, or hair. Slimy and/or moist to the touch, salamanders are predators that eat a variety of bugs and sometimes each other. Due to their lack of a protective skin covering, salamanders prefer to inhabit moist, damp areas devoid of direct sunshine to prevent rapid dehydration. Salamanders are shy and secretive, which means you may not see them as often as other outdoor species such as frogs and lizards.

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  • Oct 15, 2018

Having an ant infestation is never fun. One of the biggest challenges of ant infestations comes when you have children or pets that frequent the infestation areas. Like any reasonable person, you are doing the research to avoid any harm to your pets or children and to avoid putting harsh chemicals into their environment. How do you do this while at the ridding the ants out of your house? In short, you need an ant exterminator who has both pet friendly and kid friendly ant extermination solutions. At Clint Miller Exterminating, we have a lot of experience in that, read our quick tips below. You can enjoy your home again and not worry about ants while having the peace of mind that comes with protecting your children and pets from chemicals that could hurt them or put them at risk.

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  • Sep 15, 2018

Fall brings cooler weather, which means critters are going to be looking for a place to live. Your warm house is just the ticket for a free ride. Pests that often show up in the fall will make themselves home for the entire cold season if you don’t take precautions as soon as you notice them.

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  • Dec 7, 2017

You may have never thought about this, but your Christmas tree could be covered with bugs. However, most of the bugs are harmless. Most of these bugs are small and very difficult to see. Tiny bugs include aphids, pine needle scales, mites and other small bugs. Your tree may also have praying mantises and spiders. Furthermore, most of these bugs won't survive in the warm and dry conditions that are in your home during the holidays.

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