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Mouse in the House!

“ ‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a ….” EEEEK!!!

Mouse?

Was that the word you were looking for before you were so rudely interrupted?? Well, dear reader, I am afraid that is probably incorrect. When it comes to a mouse in the house, he’s seldom a solo invader. You see, a mouse leaves powerful urine scent trails that send a high alert to their other field-wandering friends. After all, the never-ending smorgasbord of Christmas cookie crumbs, cakes, and other delightful holiday goodies left sitting out and lining the corners of the kitchen floor, is simply too good not to share. No, unfortunately, it’s not a mouse you’re dealing with. It’s MICE.

Your Next Problem

If you’re not able to remove all existing mice within your home immediately, and successfully pinpoint and seal all areas of access, those mice will rapidly reproduce. The gestation period for a mouse is 19-21 days, with each litter consisting of 3-15 mice. Furthermore, a single female mouse can bear anywhere from five to ten litters a year, so those numbers can add up pretty quickly.

Damage & Disease

Now imagine all those teeth gnawing away at your wires, your plumbing and your insulation – a major potential fire hazard! Then there’s the soiling of so many precious family keepsakes with their concentrated urine and feces. After that, think about the disease, germs, and even fleas that mice may be carrying. Had enough? Even if you try to put the thought of them out of your mind, there it is; that incessant chewing and gnawing you suddenly hear while you’re trying to sleep. Now have you had enough?

Don’t Worry.

At HonorGuard Pest Management, we know how to handle Nashville mice extermination. We’ll remove all existing mice, thoroughly clean all traces of their presence, and ensure every point of entry is sealed up tight. No more gnawing in the night, or disgusting souvenirs in your food pantry. You’ll be back to enjoying a 100% mouse-free house!

Contact HonorGuard Pest Management of Nashville

We are grateful to continually be recognized for our excellence in service. At HonorGuard, we are your Middle Tennessee Pest Management Experts for commercial properties as well as residential homes. For professional help with lasting results for all your pest elimination issues, give us a call at HonorGuard Pest Management Services at (615) 242-5440. We look forward to serving you!

For info about special offers and savings from

HonorGuard Pest Management, click HERE: www.pestmanagementashville.com/

Talking About TAP

Whether you’re hot or cold natured, it’s hard to stay comfortable and keep your energy bills in check if you don’t have adequate insulation in the attic.  But many homeowners don’t know how much is enough, and they’re not aware of the products available to them on the market today.  One of these products—TŸAŸP (which stands for Thermal Acoustical Pest Control insulation)—is a revolutionary green insulation for new and existing homes and buildings.  It very well could be just what you’ve been looking for!

Adding green (environmentally-friendly) insulation to your attic saves you money.

Adding green (environmentally-friendly) insulation to your attic saves you money.

What Exactly is TŸAŸP Insulation?

This loose-fill insulation is made from recycled paper that incorporates a borate-based (mineral salts that are mined from the earth) pest control into the product to keep you warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer and helps eliminate pests year-round.  TŸAŸP offers two sustainable solutions in one innovative product: an environmentally responsible insulation with superior thermal and sound-deadening properties and a unique method of pest control.

What can TŸAŸP Insulation do for my Home?

TŸAŸP insulation is a multi-faceted product that provides many benefits to homeowners:

  • It’s environmentally friendly.
  • It controls pests.
  • It delivers fire resistance.
  • It saves money and energy.
  • It’s permanent.
  • It absorbs sound.
  • It provides a perfect fit every time.

Insects can’t build up a tolerance to TŸAŸP (which is a problem with many organic biological spray treatments).  The insulation controls ants, cockroaches, silverfish, termites, and other pests.  Outside noise from lawn mowers and traffic are also minimized by TŸAŸP, providing you with a more peaceful living environment; insulated interior walls reduce annoying noises (e.g., flushing toilets and running appliances) inside your home.

Are there any Money and/or Energy Saving Benefits?

To put it simply, TŸAŸP saves you money by decreasing your energy bills.  It keeps your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter; this equates to year-round comfort.  Warm air moves easily through porous insulations (e.g., fiberglass insulation), however, TŸAŸP’s increased density retards this convective heat transfer.  In addition, since TŸAŸP eliminates the leaks and drafts associated with ordinary insulation, your home’s heating and cooling systems won’t be forced to cycle as often and can be smaller (which will save you even more money).

Insulating your attic reduces the amount of energy needed to heat and cool your home, thereby resulting in lower energy bills and increased energy conservation.  TŸAŸP is a patented natural fiber insulation treated with boric acid to provide it with fire-retardant, environmentally friendly, thermally superior, sound deadening, and pest control qualities.  It is also the only stabilized insulation on the market today that can make pest-control claims; it’s registered with the U.S. EPA as a labeled pesticide and is the only pesticide that has earned the Energy Star designation.  If you have any questions regarding TŸAŸP insulation or any other products and/or services offered by Honorguard Pest, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Meet Our Sales Team!

 

 

 Faith Lyon

Resides in Nashville, TN

Hobbies: Interior Design, painting, drawing and reading

Faith is a Nashville native born and raised in this proud area and went to high school at McGavock Comprehensive. From there, she went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Tennessee in Nashville. She proudly served in the United States Army and National Guard. The military taught her honor and service to any and all jobs that she is in, and she has absolutely brought that training to HonorGuard.

Faith is certified in Perimeter Plus-Termidor and is qualified to inspect for termites and other wood-destroying organisms. She is also state certified in Category 7 for residential and commercial treatment inspections.

Faith prides herself as someone who has a strong work ethic and commitment to honesty in all aspects of pest management. She strives to bring comfort and peace of mind to those in need of our services.

 

 

Hi! My name is Ken Rozevink and I believe it’s important to know what local companies and services are available to serve you in your community! I also believe it’s important to know who’s coming to your front door. I am a hard working father of three, where I’ve raised our family in Murfreesboro and Franklin, and I’m looking forward to continually serving our community for many years to come.

My children are my pride and joy, and they are the reason why I work hard every day. You might see us at local parks on the weekends! Quality family time is the most important thing to me, and unless it’s raining, that’s where we spend our free time.

I have a background in Biology (University of Toledo) and have construction experience as well. With almost 7 years of experience in pest control, there isn’t much about your home I can’t help with. Don’t be surprised if I point out a few things we can help with! We provide a wide range of solutions for your pest needs.

I look forward to providing you with the most thorough inspection in Middle Tennessee! Thanks for choosing HonorGuard and keeping your business and dollars in Middle Tennessee.

Sincerely,

Ken Rozevink