How to Get Rid of Mice

Mice ControlAlthough House Mice are often used in scientific experiments because their physiology is very similar to humans, they can be a nuisance.  If you’re looking for ways on how to get rid of Mice, start with these tips!

How do they get inside?

Since the House Mouse cannot hibernate, they are more likely to move indoors during the colder months.  Entry points include, but are not limited to, open windows and doors, cracks, and any small openings around pipes, air ducts, and roofs.  A House Mouse can make it through any hole 1/4 inch or larger.

Signs that you may have mice:

  Mouse droppings, tracks, and burrows (they have created a living space)
  Teeth marks or chewed edges on packages (they have found a food source)
  Shredded paper (used for their burrows)
  Gnawing or scratching noises in walls or attics, especially at night (they are active)
  Musty odor (how house mice smell)

If you think you are having a problem with rodents, call Essential today for a free courtesy inspection at (520) 886-3029.

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