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Mice are one of the most common pests that affect homes and businesses globally. They can be found all over the continent but are especially prevalent in rural areas where farmlands provide plenty of food for them to eat. Mice infestations result from mice entering a home or business through small openings such as vents, doorways, and gaps around pipes. These rodents will then use their sharp teeth to get into things like insulation and woodwork, which causes damage to property and an unpleasant smell. Let's discuss steps you can take if your home or business is experiencing a mice infestation!
Mass Population of
The ability that mice have to mass populate is astounding. A single female mouse can have up to twelve litters in a year, with each litter having six to eight young. That's 72-96 new mice in one year! And that's not even taking into account the fact that those young will start reproducing at six weeks old. There is no specific season for mice to breed. They will breed all year round. Given the right circumstances where warmth, food and shelter are easily accessible, these mice will thrive, and their population will rapidly increase. So within just a few months, you can see how this problem gets out of hand.
Mice are not the only rodents with these traits, but they tend to get a lot more attention due to their size and ability to enter buildings. Rats also reproduce at an alarming rate, although it is generally accepted that rats cannot produce litter sizes quite as large as mice in general.
What to look out for
There are many telltale signs that you may have a growing mice infestation on your property. Some of these signs include droppings that look like black grains of rice, gnawed wires or furniture, nests made out of insulation or paper, and high-pitched squeaks in the middle of the night. If you see any of these signs, it is best to call a professional Tuebrook Mice and Mouse Exterminator as soon as possible to assess and treat the situation. Mice infestations can occur anywhere in your home or business but are more common in kitchens and garages where food is accessible to them.
Also, be very wary of the diseases like Hantavirus that mice can spread.
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome: Humans contract the virus through contact with mouse droppings, urine or saliva. The most common way to catch HPS is when people sweep up dust containing these materials into the air, which then gets breathed in and infects them.
Do Not DIY!
Do not try to remove the mice yourself. Mice can be dangerous when cornered and can carry diseases that affect both humans and pets. Besides, most people that choose to go down the DIY route generally do so to save on the cost to remove these pests from your property. However, sadly at the end of it all, they end up paying so much more as they will eventually have to hire an expert and cover the cost for all the damages that the mice caused during this time.
Contact a professional Tuebrook Mice Control Treatments and Removal Service.
Mice are not something you want to try and remove yourself. They are fast, agile, and can inflict much damage with their sharp teeth. Suppose you see evidence of a mice infestation in your home or business. In that case, it is best to call a professional pest control company such as Tuebrook Mice Control Treatments and Removal Services. These companies have the tools and experience necessary to get rid of mice quickly, safely and efficiently.
If you are looking for an expert mice exterminator in your area, give Tuebrook Mice Control a call today. We offer residential and commercial pest control services to ensure that we can take care of any size rodent or insect problem, no matter how big or small the job may be. Our experts will work with you to develop a customized plan tailored specifically for your needs and budget so that we can eradicate your mice infestation quickly, efficiently, and permanently. All it takes is one mouse to ruin everything! So don't let these pests invade your home when there's such an easy solution available right at our fingertips.