How Do You Control House Mice?

Looking for a new way to spell pest problem at your house? Try introducing the house mouse to the equation. The absolute biggest fear of many homeowners, mice can stay hidden for long periods of time, fitting through tiny openings here and there that you didn’t even know you had, and they’re some of the toughest pests in the world to eliminate from your home.

A Mouse Primer

Mice can live almost anywhere in your home. They Mice-Controloften nest within the walls of a house, and they rarely leave those nests during daylight hours. As the population grows, though, you may see more of them all the time. You’ll likely hear gnawing and clawing sounds or even scurrying sounds late at night.  You may also notice droppings or tracks in your kitchen or in other hidden areas.

Mice tend to reproduce extensively. They have litters of 5 to 6 just 21 days after mating. After just three weeks, they’re eating solid food, and by 10 weeks, they’re sexually mature and ready to breed again.

What Can I Do?

There are plenty of mouse control solutions available on a DIY basis. From the traditional spring loaded traps to glue traps to poisons, the goal is always to get them, but you’re going to find varying levels of success. You need professional rodent control help to correctly place the traps and make them most effective. What’s more, though, is that if you have children or pets, giving us a call is an absolute must. Mice can spread disease, so you don’t want to put up with the infestation any longer than you have to, and DIY removal methods of all kinds can be dangerous to little ones.

Don’t fight your next house mouse infestation alone. Give us a call today for the best removal and exclusion methods possible.

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