House Mice Removal


House mice are considered one of the most destructive and invasive species to humans. They can contaminate food sources, damage belongings, and spread disease. House mice chew through wiring and insulation in homes, potentially causing fires or electrical failure. Their droppings can also cause respiratory problems for people living around them. Additionally, house mice reproduce quickly and potentially overrun a home if not appropriately controlled.

They often use small crevices to get into buildings, increasing the difficulty of getting rid of them once they’ve entered. Furthermore, since they typically live close to humans, accidental ingestion of their droppings is a risk that should not be ignored. As such, controlling mouse populations as soon as possible is essential to avoid the destruction and health risks they can cause.

How We Remove House Mice

We offer full-service house mice extermination. Our experienced and knowledgeable technicians provide professional, reliable extermination services for all residential infestations. With years of experience treating mice, we know how to quickly and safely remove them from your home or business. Our comprehensive approach ensures that the problem is eliminated and your property remains protected.

We offer a range of services to address the issue quickly and effectively, including targeted trapping and baiting, sealing entry points to prevent further infestations and disinfecting areas where mice have been present. We use only the highest-quality traps and baits available on the market, and all our products are safe for use around children and pets.


Mouse Facts

House Mice Are Everywhere

House mice are home and businesses’ most commonly encountered pests. They can quickly establish large populations, making them a significant threat to your property. In addition to causing physical damage, house mice also spread disease-causing microorganisms and contaminate food sources with their droppings, urine, and fur.

House Mice Get Into Everything

Mice feed on almost anything they find around the home, from pet food and birdseed to cereal, pasta, and crumbs. They will also gnaw on furniture, electrical cords, and other items found inside the home. A house mouse infestation can quickly become a serious problem if left unattended.

You Can Get Rid Of House Mice

The best way to prevent an infestation is to keep all food sources securely stored in sealed containers or refrigerators, vacuum regularly, seal up entry points around the home, and remove any clutter where mice could hide. Mice are nocturnal creatures, so they’re most active at night – be sure to check for signs of them during this time. If an infestation has already occurred, call the pros. We’ll take care of everything.

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