Kentucky Mice Control, Mice Removal
Have you been finding chewed holes in your cereal boxes at your home in Kentucky? If so, you may have mouse problem!
The house mouse is the most successful rodent in adapting to live with people. It is found almost anywhere people are, feeding on human food, sheltering in human structures, and reproducing at a remarkable rate. It is the most troublesome and economically important vertebrate pest, contaminating untold millions of dollars worth of food, damaging possessions, and causing electrical fires with its constant gnawing.
House mice are a common problem in homes and in all types of businesses. Nearly everyone can remember times when they were irritated by mice. Mice are nuisances to rich and poor alike. The continual drain that house mice impose on stored food and fiber, and the damage they cause to personal possessions are the most serious economic threats. House mice also have the potential to transmit diseases and parasites to people and domestic animals.
Control of house mice requires understanding mouse biology and habits, particularly the major differences between mice and rats. During the past few decades, control of rats has improved while problems with house mice have increased. Baiting programs often are more successful in controlling rats than they are for mice.
At Critter Control in Kentucky, we understand how annoying pesky mice control problems can be. This is why our professional animal control technicians and certified wildlife specialists in Kentucky are expertly trained to get rid of mice problems and prevent mice from returning to your Kentucky home. Our mice removal and control services includes a three-part process of sanitation, mouse-proofing and exclusion, and population reduction with traps and toxicants. In addition Critter Control can repair the physical damage from mice after the mice removal has occurred. We offer both residential and commercial mouse removal services in Kentucky.
Excluding the spread of food poisoning, house mice are not as important as rats as carriers of disease and parasites, yet their potential cannot be overlooked. House mice and their parasites are implicated in the transmission of a number of diseases including Salmonella and Weil’s Disease.
Let the professionals at Critter Control in Kentucky go to work for you to eliminate your mice problems! Call us for any mice removal issue in Kentucky at 1-800-CRITTER today!