Mouse Control & Extermination
If you have mice or other rodents roaming free in your house, you will see signs of them, before you might actually catch site of one. The ‘rule of thumb’ with mice, is:
For Every 1 You See, There Are 10 You Don’t.
They are problematic as they not only make quite a mess, but can spread disease and trigger allergies.
How Do You Know You Have A Mouse Problem?
- Food Debris is scattered around your Home or Business.
- You discover Nesting Debris and will see specific traffic patterns.
- Hearing Scratching or Tiny Foot Steps at night.
- You find Droppings, small oblong pellets that are pointed at one end and less the 1/32” in diameter.
- Signs of Chewing on walls, food packages and even floors.
Tips to Prevent Mouse Infestation
Once these rodents are in your home, they are most difficult to evict. Discourage these quickly multiplying and unwelcome guests:
- Inspect windows and doors for small openings and plug them with steel wool.
- Clear your property of attractive nesting sites like leaf and wood plies or stacked up debris.
- Tightly seal garbage containers.
How To Get Rid of Mice In Your Home Or Business
Getting rid of a mouse infestation can be tricky, most materials that Pest Control Experts use are not available for retail consumer purchase. If you have tried snap traps, baits, glue traps, live traps and other DIY solutions and your problem persists, it may be time to contact a professional. For persistent pest problems or new ideas on how to handle the situation yourself, contact our pest management professionals. We can help you solve Mouse Infestation in your Home or Business by providing Free Advice, Thorough Inspection, and A Comprehensive Mouse Control Plan that is based on the inspection findings.
Mice are small rodents with pointed nose, furry round body, large ears and a long, often hairless tail. They are nocturnal, meaning they like to sleep during the day. There are hundreds of types of mice, common varieties include deer mouse, house mouse, field mouse, wood mouse, dormouse, and zebra mouse. Mice come in a wide variety of colours and sizes. They typically grow from 1 to 7 inches in length and weigh between ½ to 1 ounce.