How to get rid of mice in your home
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Of all different types of rodents that pester humans, the mouse is most commonly encountered and causes the most damage.
An infestation of mice should be a serious concern for mouse control for any home or business owners since mice can contaminate food meant for humans and spread disease. These curious, focused, flexible, tireless, adaptable little creatures can have a huge impact on your home or business.
Mice can easily find their way indoors. An adult mouse can squeeze through a gap smaller than ½ inch and young mice can gain entrance to buildings through even smaller openings.
We highly recommend contacting a professional pest control company at the first signs of an infestation. A small problem with mice can quickly become a large problem. One pair of mice can have up to 16 pups in a single litter!
Mouse Fact: Mice are born explorers. A single mouse can find up to 40 feeding places in only 24 hours.
Rentokil has studied mice scientifically for decades and understand how these rodents have adapted to live in man-made structures.
Our approach to mouse control is focused on eliminating infestations and helping our customers avoid infestations. We understand that a rodent problem is a sensitive issue. That’s why our Technicians are trained to exercise absolute discretion and cause the least amount of disruption possible when treating your home or business.
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No one wants a mouse in their home or apartment. While Rentokil has the tools and expertise to get rid of mice if you experience an infestation, we also like to advise our customers on how they can prevent mice from entering their homes or commercial buildings.
Some tips we recommend to prevent problems with mice:
Clean up food and beverage spillage
Eliminate garbage piles indoors and outdoors
Clean area around dumpsters and trash cans
Store food in rodent-proof containers
Clean spillage around pet bowls or bird feeders
Regularly cut grass and vegetation around the property
Eliminate potential harborage areas like discarded boxes or storage containers
Practicing good sanitation is essential for keeping out mice. A mouse needs access to food to survive. By keeping your property clean, you can prevent your indoor environment from becoming attractive to mice.
A simple answer to your mouse problem is calling Rentokil at 610-568-9032 to schedule an inspection by a local Technician. The Technician will carefully investigate your property, confirm the presence of mice on your property and propose a tailor-made mouse removal solution to suit your needs.
It’s best to rely on a Rentokil professional when controlling mice. All Rentokil Technicians are state-licensed applicators and trained in rodent exclusion methods in addition to treatments designed to get rid of mice.