Mice and Mouse Control
Mouse Control Treatments
There are 3 parts to our initial treatment for mice and mouse control:
- Treatment – Placement of Baits or Traps
- Recommendation – Our training and expertise will recommend areas of the structure that should be sealed or repaired to prevent future infestations
After our initial treatment, we perform a follow-up service to refill bait stations, check for new activity, or complete the treatment.
Due to the resiliency of mice, they tend to be active throughout the year. Many home and businesses have a maintenance program that allows us to monitor and treat for mice when there is significant rodent pressure.
Feel free to call our office if you are interested in a one-time clean-out treatment or if you would like more information regarding a maintenance program.
Some Interesting Facts about Mice:
- A female house mouse gives birth to a litter of approximately six mice about 19 days after mating and is capable of mating again in two days.
- Mice can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime.
- Mice can carry as many as 200 human pathogens
- A female house mouse can give birth when they are only two months old, and they are able to have to up to a dozen babies every three weeks. This means she could have as many as 150 offspring in a single year! (source: www.pestworld.org)