Critter Evictor Warns of Rodents Moving Inside in Colder Weather

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As outdoor weather becomes cooler, mice and rats can move inside.

Critter Evictor reminds homeowners that rodents will look for a warmer space to spend the colder winter months, and therefore could end up inside homes.

Whereas field mice tend to be more prevalent in rural areas, rats dwell in both city and country landscapes. Due to the cooler weather, rats and mice lose many of their food sources from the dying plants. This often causes them to move towards trashcans and storage bins to find scraps of food or seed. Many times, they will even make their way inside a home or business and build a nest. In most cases, rodents have multiple entrances into a home or business, and can turn other access points they’ve already identified into entries with little effort within 24 hours.

If any evidence of mice or rats exists inside or around a home or business, Critter Evictor can provide an estimate on their full-exclusions services. Full exclusions will remove the rodents and seal off their entryways. The service also comes with a 15-month guarantee that the rodents will not return. Critter Evictor has more than 20 years of experience in dealing with rodents, and will do the job right.

Critter Evictor’s hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, please visit their website at, or call 210-551-0354.

About the Company:

Critter Evictor is a full-service wildlife control company that specializes in humanely removing rodents, birds and bats. At Critter Evictor, they are experts at rodent removal and exclusion. They guarantee satisfaction and offer a 15-month warranty to ensure the sanctity of the home and peace of mind. Simply, they complete the task as a true solution to this problem. They are a qualified animal removal company offering their services to San Antonio, Texas and surrounding areas. For more information visit their website at

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