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Mice Spread Disease Through Their Urine & Feces

Mice are small rodents uniquely suited to living in structures. Their tiny bodies are able to squeeze through holes the size of a dime. Mice are nocturnal and typically forage for food around the home at night. Mice can breed every three weeks, with a typical litter size reaching 12-14 babies. After two months, the baby mice will be able to breed and the population becomes more difficult to control.

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Mouse Control & Removal

Mice infestations are troublesome not only for the damage they cause to insulation and wiring, they can also spread disease through their excrement and bring other unwanted pests like fleas, mites and bed bugs. It is for these reasons that we recommend treating your mice infestation as soon as possible. If left untreated mice colonies proliferate and increase your chances for contracting disease and parasites.

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Signs Of Mouse Activity

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Mouse Feces

Mice leave droppings and urine everywhere they go. In your attic, kitchen and even in your food! We'll kill your mice and keep them from coming back.

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Destructive Chewing

Mice chew on just about everything. Most of the time, this means wires, insulation and pipes. Don't wait for a fire or flood to happen, call us to get rid of them.

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Entry Holes

Mice use existing holes or make their own to get inside. Rats enter through holes the size of a quarter, while mice squeeze through holes the size of a dime.

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Scratching Sounds

A common sign of a mouse population is hearing them. Scratching, squealing, squeaking or grinding sounds are a good reason to give us a call.

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