Are Squirrel Droppings Dangerous?

Squirrels coexist peacefully with humans for the most part and rarely attack unless rabid or cornered. Many homeowners, however, don’t appreciate the risk involved with having squirrel feces and urine in your home. You don’t need to be attacked by the animal for it to be dangerous.

Squirrel droppings and urine harbour many potential diseases. The three common diseases you are likely to contract from contact with infected squirrel feces are Tularemia, Salmonellosis and Leptospirosis.

There are additional diseases that you may not get from the feces but are still a major concern any time squirrels or wildlife is present in your home. These are Lyme disease and Rabies. Read this infographic to learn about squirrel removal and how to deal with squirrel droppings.

An infographic by Squirrel Control.

Spring Clean Like A Pro #infographic

Are you planning a spring clean-up but not sure where to start? No worries, you are not the only one. This time of the year is a great moment to through away all those clothes you haven’t used for years and de-clutter your home, making space for the coming summer.

To make the cleaning process less painfull, the team at Microfiber Wholesale have put together the infographic below. Check out their tips, tools and techniques to clean up like a pro. Follow their handy checklist and you will have a cleaner place faster.

Spring Clean Like A Pro

An infographic by Microfiber Wholesale.