How can you tell if you have mice in your warm, well-stocked home!
The only place a mouse might seem cute when you see them in a cage, in your home is a far different matter all together. Mice when left free in a house spread disease, germs, and filth. The worst part is mice are extremely clever critters and often go months without actually being spotted. The problem is when you see “A” mouse, it is never “the only” mouse. What you generally see represents only small fraction of the mouse population in your walls, attic, basements, and other nesting areas.
What to look for if you think you have a mouse problem
- LISTEN Mice make a particular scratching sound in the cabinets, walls or ceilings….normally you will hear them at night.
- LOOK AT FOOD STOCKS: Holes in the bottom of dog food and bird seed, or left over (empty) feed husks and shells. Tupperware with small holes. Pantry food that looks strangely crumbed.
- MOUSE POOP: OK yes…this is disgusting. Their poop looks like small dark brown or black and only a fraction of an inch long. These can be found in kitchen drawers, cabinets and any where else they feed or live.
- MOUSE PEE: If you can arm your self with a black-light you can also see the tell tale signs of their urination…spoiler alert….this can be pretty disturbing.
TIGHTLY GUARDED SECRET ABOUT MICE: There are two types of homes; one which has gotten rid of mice and one which needs to get rid of mice
Pest Technologies Mice Removal Services
Get’em gone quick! No home ever has just one mouse and don’t be fooled into thinking otherwise. Mice can breed year-round with one female able to produce five to 10 litters per year. With an average of six to eight babies per litter, a family of six mice can multiply into 60 over the course of three months. This problem will not go away with time…it only gets worse. Our pet-friendly treatment is extremely fast and effective.