Monday, September 28, 2015


A Garden of Good...and Evil
October 24 & 25, 2015 -Saturday: 5:30 – 9 p.m & Sunday: 4 – 7:30 p.m.
Regenstein Center

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Different Types of Mice

Earlier this month we addressed the reappearance of the mouse in and around your home as the temperatures begin to drop.  Now let’s get to know three types of mice that you may see and want to eliminate from your home.

The Field Mouse or Deer Mouse.  Field mice rarely venture into inhabited buildings but in the winter months, they will enter sheds and other backyard structures where food may be stored.  Field mice may be a big threat to businesses who are engaged in agriculture. 

The House Mouse.  These little devils are active the year around, but you can be sure they will be seeking safe harbor in the winter months to come.  They usually live on the ground, but may climb and they love to eat grains and cereals.

The White-Footed Mouse.  These are not as common in Illinois, but look for a mouse with white feet and a belly to match.  They are about 4 inches long.

Whatever pesky rodent is invading your personal space call the pest control expert in Chicagoland.  A Complete Pest Solution is your best solution all year around.  Call Kurt today at (630) 464-1542.  Get the mouse out of the house!

Monday, September 14, 2015

All Hallows Eve: Village of Fear

Haunted village comes to Naper Settlement
Chill-seekers can explore All Hallows Eve: Village of Fear, which haunts 6:30 to 10 p.m. Oct. 17 and Oct. 18 on the historic grounds of Naper Settlement, 523 S. Webster St.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

It’s Mouse Season!

Oh boy, here we go again.  In the fall the mice come out of nowhere to terrify us and disrupt our homes.  You’ve heard the term “field mouse”.  It is the term used to define a variety of mice found throughout the country including house mice.  As the name implies, they are common in fields, which is also true of many other mice species.

Mice are scavengers that will feed on any food available to them.  They are nocturnal in nature, and are very cautious venturing outside only after having fully assessed their surroundings.  Females are able to become pregnant every month. Baby field mice are born blind, bald and deaf. However, within several weeks, they will have reached maturity and begin mating.

A mouse in your home is NOT cute!  If you see one then you can be sure that many more are lurking about.  Keep this phone number handy this fall (630) 464-1542.  That is the phone number of A Complete Pest Solution serving Chicagoland with comprehensive pest control for many years.  Eliminate Mickey and his friends today!