MiceThey may be cute (or you may be terrified of them), but they can wreak havoc in your home.
What Mice Do To Your Home
A mouse infestation needs to be taken care of as soon as possible. Mice are able to transmit diseases to humans, both through their feces and urine, and through the parasites, they host on their bodies. For example, a rodent tick bite can lead to Lyme Disease and rodent feces can lead to salmonella. Mice can quickly destroy personal property. Furniture, clothing and even electrical wires are not safe from these little pests and their frequent chewing. In addition, mice reproduce rapidly. In just a few weeks, a SMALL mice population can explode into the hundreds if left unchecked. Mice nest inside of homes and walls, particularly as the weather grows colder. Once they establish roots, mice remain close to their nests, rarely venturing too far from their homes. A mouse problem can lead to a foul odor within the home, which can be very difficult to remedy.
Here’s How We Take Care of Mice
The first thing we’ll do is perform a free onsite inspection. We’ll then outline the steps required to solve the problem.
Required treatments carried out with various visits until the problem is taken care of.
A scheduled routine visit to put a preventative plan in place to monitor and prevent/treat any further mice from coming back.
We use highly effective pet and family-friendly methods to rid your home of ants, cockroaches, rats, mice as well as other pests that can damage your home and your belongings, and even threaten your family’s health and safety. We’ll develop a pest control solution that fits your specific situation. We also offer termite treatments and preventative plans, along with crawl space moisture control.
We're looking forward to hearing from you and making your home comfortable again.