Rat Control & Mice Control
Complete Rodent Control services provided nationwide by expert Mice and Rat Control professionals. Rodent Control services include complete mouse and rat removal services. Services provided include mouse and rat trapping, live rodent trapping, rat exclusions, rat and mice extermination, and repairs caused by rodents. Complete mice removal services are provided making us one of the most complete pest rat control companies nationwide.
Complete Rodent Control services are provided by Nuisance Wildlife Removal technicians. Rat and Mice control are just a few services provided by Wildlife Removal technicians. Our list of wildlife control services include Wildlife Management, Animal Control, Animal Removal and Cleaning and Repairs of Residential, Industrial and Commercial Properties relating to wildlife problems. We also are experts in mouse and rat damage along with cleanup of rodent debris.
We can remove household pests in a humane manner and will clean up any mess they may have left behind and repair damage these pests have caused to your home. We love a challenge so give us a call for complete rodent removal and control services. We also provide Dead Mice and Rat Removal, Mouse and Rat Control, Rat and Mice Cleanup and other rodent services that make us one of the most complete Rodent Removal companies nationwide.
Rodent Removal and Mice Removal
Removing mice and rats from your home can often be difficult. The recommended first step in mouse removal is trapping. This works well for field mice and rats, but can be less effective for other species of mice and rats. Mouse exclusion is the most successful form of mice control. Restricting access to your home in the first place is always best solution for long term relief from rat problems. Mice are excellent climbers and can squeeze through a hole only a ¼ in size which makes permanent exclusion a difficult task. Modifying their surroundings is also a key component in mouse control. Start by removing food sources, such as pet foods and human food scraps. Also, small hiding places should be eliminated.
Some interesting information about Mice and Rats:
A mouse (plural mice) is a small mammal belonging to the rodent family. The best known mouse species is the common house mouse which can also be popular pet. The American white-footed mouse and the deer mouse will occasionally live in houses. In some places, certain kinds of field mice are also common. This rodent is eaten by large birds such as eagles and hawks. They are known to invade homes for food and shelter.
Although mice can live up to two and a half years in captivity, the average mouse in the wild lives for only about 4 months, primarily because of heavy predation. Cats, dogs, foxes, birds of prey, snakes and even certain kinds of arthropods have been known to prey upon mice. Nevertheless, because of its adaptability to almost any environment, and its ability to live with humans, the mouse is regarded to be one of the most successful mammals living on Earth today.
Mice can sometimes be harmful rodents, eating or damaging crops, causing structural damages and spreading disease through parasites. In North America, breathing dust that has come in contact with mouse excrement has been linked to hantavirus, which may lead to Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS).
Primarily nocturnal animals, mice compensate for their poor eyesight with a very, very keen sense of hearing and rely on their sense of smell to locate food and avoid predators. The original motivation for the domestication of cats is thought to have been for their ability to hunt mice and their relatives, the rats.
Where do Rats and Mice live inside your home?
- Inside Crawl Spaces
- Within Attic Insulation, Insulation in Walls and Ceilings
- Under and Behind Kitchen Cabinets and Cupboards
- In Closets where boxes, paper, and cloth are stored
- Near Hot Water Heaters and Furnaces
- Under or Behind Bath Tubs and Shower Stalls
Where do Rats and Mice live outside the home?
- In bushes and tall weeds
- Under woodpiles
- In and around garbage that has been left out
- Under or In buildings that they can gain access to through holes
- In any furniture, car, camper, or appliances left outside that are no longer in use
Mice and rates will live in almost any available where they have access to a food and water source. Once these pest rats have gotten inside they home they can keep you up at night with their chewing and scurrying noises. Mice will make their homes inside your home or building breed very rapidly. These pest are a nuisance year round and can cause extensive damage to your home. Rats and Mice are a fast reproducing rodent that can lead to an rat infestation very quickly if the problem is not addressed as soon as it is discovered A female mouse can live to 1 year and can produce over 70 offspring during her lifespan. Those offspring mature within 3 to 6 weeks after birth and can produce a litter of babies every 21 days. This can quickly lead to a rodent infestation!
Contact a Pest Rat Control expert today to get rid of your rat and mice problem. Rat Removal professionals can offer solutions to prevent future rat and mice problems. Call Today!