Our company has been providing mice control solutions in Livingston County for over 20 years. We have completed thousands of successful mice removal jobs and allowed home and business owners alike relief from mice infestation. If mice control is not properly done it will result in them getting back in. If you do not address the issue correctly it will be a issue that keeps occurring until it is addressed appropriately. Mice will not go away on their own and they breed prolifically.
Mice can cause a lot of damage to a home. They will tunnel through you attic insulation to create nests. If you look in your attic and see 1-2 inch wide holes throughout your insulation there is a very good chance you have mice. The issue with mice in your attic is that they will soil your insulation with urine and feces. They are also well known for chewing your electrical wires which can cause fire. Mice will spread out as the population gets larger. They will also move down further into your home through the insulation in the walls as the weather and your attic gets colder.
Mice that are living in your home will explore their area for food sources constantly. They leave scent trails for other mice to follow and mark them by urinating and defecating very frequently. If you suspect mice have got into your pet food it is important to not feed it to your dogs. They carry a lot disease that can be very harmful to your pets. If you are finding mouse droppings in the pantry please be very sure that you are storing your food in glass or other air tight containers. Mice will chew into many different things and food packaging poses no problem to them. Mice control is very necessary to ensure our homes provide a healthy place for us and our pets.
We are able to find the areas that mice are likely using to get into your home. We can fill these with caulking backed by hardware cloth or flashing. We use very sturdy material because mice will chew their way in if possible. Once they have established a scent trail the sealed area will be tested constantly and if it is not chew proof they will get back in. Mice control can be helped by ensuring you are not providing any food sources as well. Open bags of pet food or bird seed in your garage are very attractive to mice. If you are finding mice droppings or have any other signs of mice being in your home please call us today. The issue needs to be addressed quickly and proper mice control techniques applied to ensure you do not continue to give mice access to your home.