This customer here has rodents in his garage and he doesn't even know it. He's got a very contained unit to hold his dog food, but what he doesn't know is that when he scoops the dog food out, he drops one or two little kernels of dog food, which is enough food for a week for a rodent. You can see rodent droppings right here and right in back into here. As we follow the trail of rodent droppings to the nesting site around some of this storage material and back into this area that's very congested. If you pan in back behind these you'll see all sorts of dropping down there. These rodents have been here for a while. We'll go ahead and clean that up for him.
Garages are notorious places for cobwebs and spiders. This area has been treated, but there are quite a few egg sacs. Let me see if I can pull a few out for ya. Typical house spider egg sac has anywhere from four hundred to eight hundred baby eggs in it because these little white markings eventually within a year those egg sacs will hatch and even though the garages been sprayed it'll reinfest. If this was in your wall or up around the siding on the exterior of your house around your windows sill those baby eggs would be all over inside your home.