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Urmston Mice Control With Young's Pest Control

Q: How Can I Get Lyme Disease, Typhoid and Others?

House mouse, Mus domesticusA: The common house mouse can carry many serious diseases, and when they have infested a home you need mouse removal fast. Their droppings can appear wherever they go, along with their urine. Mice are unsanitary creatures and can spread germs and diseases such as salmonella, Lyme disease, typhoid, hantavirus, meningitis, foot and mouth disease and still more. We don't want to scare you with the details, so just give us a call for your mice infestation problem and we will soon get your property and home all sorted out.

Q: Is it true that mice can start fires in homes?

A: Yes. Depending on where mice make their nests or where they decide to chew, many of their habits are potential fire hazards. Nests themselves, made of fibres from cloth and paper sources, when made near heating systems can also cause fires although this is less common.

Q: How do I know I have a mice problem?

A: You may see droppings, nesting material, wood shavings from where they've chewed upon your furniture or other belongings. There may be holes in walls or furniture, sounds coming from near the baseboards, food packets torn open by small teeth.

Q: What services do you provide for mouse removal and mouse control?

A: Young's Pest Control has a variety of methods for dealing with your mice infestation issues. We possess the appropriate protective clothing, equipment, and insecticides necessary to do the job well without causing your family or pets or home any sort of undue aggravation. Call us with any questions you may have and we will be happy to answer them. We are glad to help with all of your Urmston mice control needs.

Q: Why is one mouse sighting considered a mouse infestation?

Mouse NestA: Mice live in families generally made up of one male and 3-5 females. Because they can breed rapidly and at 9 or 10 weeks of age are sexually mature, there are more and more mice emerging from a family all the time. Female mice have between 4 and 16 offspring at a time. If you have spotted one male, it is a reasonable assumption that you may have at minimum three more adult females and 12 babies hiding somewhere else. That's a lot of mice you wouldn't otherwise know were there! So one mouse can easily be a mice infestation. .you don't need to see the entire family be sure of that!

Q: Why are Urmston mice control best left to the professionals at Young's Pest Control?

A: We have the equipment and knowledge to do that job, and access to supplies that you cannot buy in a hardware store - better traps and baits and insecticides to deter mice from coming back. Urmston mice control when done by trained professionals such as Young's Pest Control is effective and as worry-free as possible.