Mice often live in attics, soffits, eaves, gutters, chimneys, basements, and on roofs. It is important that nuisance Mice are removed to prevent damage. If Mice are left alone and not exterminated, they could chew on wires, cause a fire, damage insulation, chew on rafters, chew holes in the roof, and chew holes through the ceiling.
Mice which have made their way into any structure are removed by trapping the animals and exclusion (sealing the entry points). It may be difficult and very time consuming to trap Mice one by one. In most cases, it is much more efficient to remove mice by sealing off all of the entry points and allowing the mice to exit by installing a one way exclusion device (excluder).
mice live in most of the U.S. You do not have to live in a major city or downtown to have a Mouse problem.
Mice want to get in. If every Mouse around your home knew they could get in, they would. Your attic & crawl space is warm, insulated, and safe from predators. Mice will usually find a way in through a construction gap that was left open when the home or building was built. Mice can also get in if they can find a weak area that can easily be chewed. Mice can chew through anything that is not metal or concrete.
The most common problem for Mice is when they go into an attic. Usually, Mice in the attic are first noticed when scratching is heard in the ceiling. They may also be found by seeing holes chewed into the attic, soffit, or eaves.
So, you're probably wondering, how do we get rid of Mice!? The process is simple, but it can be a daunting task. Removing Mice the right way is time consuming and could be dangerous to the amateur.
This is the first step to properly identifying the correct species and that it is in fact Mice getting in. Wildlife specialists will find the entry points, Rat damage, and be able to create a plan to remove the Mice, seal off the openings, and repair any damage.
Mouse Control, Mouse Trapping & Mice Removal
On any Mouse removal program for attic mice, typically it will be recommended by your wildlife control operator that mice should be removed with a one-way excluder door. This door is installed on the main entry point where there is clear evidence of where the mice are going in and out. The evidence that we find is either chew marks, fecal matter, urine, grease marks, hair, or crumbs from a food source. This information is vital to a successful mouse removal program.
Mouse Exclusion, Mouse Proofing, & Mice Prevention
Different materials will provide different levels of protection depending on the type of species and the severity of your problem
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