Nature First Pest Control, Inc Introduces the Use of Contraceptives Instead of Poison to Control the Growing Rat Population Problem in Portland, Oregon

Portland, OR – In recent months, the pest control business in Portland, Oregon has battled the growing population of rats in the area. With several businesses failing at controlling the growing population of rats affecting residential and commercial property owners, Nature First Pest Control, Inc. has introduced a cutting-edge rat control method, which replaces the …

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Indoor Air Health Issues

Excess humidity causes breathing problems, mold growth, and supports the growth of dust mites.  High humidity causes damage to furnishings, furniture and wood floors. Dust Mites love our homes in Portland. The average relative humidity here is about 75% to 80%. Dust Mites stop eproducing when the humidity falls below 50% our WAVE air management …

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Allergy Help from Nature First

House dust mites, due to their very small size and translucent bodies, are barely visible to the unaided eye. They feed on skin flakes from humans, and animals, and on some mold. The mite’s gut contains potent digestive enzymes that persist in their feces and are major inducers of allergic reactions such as wheezing, allergic …

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Cats in the Crawl Space

We often encounter evidence of domestic cats in crawl spaces. Outdoor cats are often encouraged by residents to use a broken screen or other opening to enter a crawl space as a way to get out of the weather. These folks are not doing the cats any favors. The owners of the Cat infested house …

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Do I Have a Rat Problem?

There are several signs that you may have a Rat Problem in your Portland area home. Noises coming from your attic or upper walls could mean you have rats. But, overhead noises could also be other animals on your roof or a tree branch rubbing the house or roof on a windy day. I always …

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