Mice Control

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Mice are rodents that can get into your home though holes the side of a penny, and they can multiply very quickly due to their high reproduction rate. This way, thanks to their small size and behavior, one small mouse problem can go unnoticed, but a small number of mice can do great damage as they increase in population.

Capital Wildlife Control’s technicians have been specially trained to spot and identify entrance points of mice. These rodents can easily use cable or pipe holes to make nests, which can damage your property and create risks for your health. The strategic and systematic elimination of all mice is the least expensive and the most efficient method to solve an infestation problem. Making sure to block all the possible access points is pertinent. Poisoning and trapping mice can do harm to humans and their pets. Plus, these methods don’t bring real long-term solutions and do not limit reproduction; worse, they leave dead mice in the walls and in the attics. Our elimination technique without poison is built on decades of researches and proven results, making Capital Wildlife Control one of the leaders in animal wildlife control.
Capital Wildlife Control’s wildlife elimination and control strategy is reliable, sure, and humane. Our intervention includes the identification and the cleaning of all contaminated materials that can pose serious health risks. Mice are unsanitary animals that leave a lot of feces behind and can also carry hantavirus, transmit the ‘’rat bite fever’’ (a zoonosis due to Streptobacillius moniliformis), acarids, tapeworm, and even ringworm. It is important to eliminate contamination by a professional because of the potential health problems that it can lead to in human and pets. Capital Wildlife Control’s technician will help you choose the best cleaning techniques to disinfect attics or insulation, depending on the level of contamination. Return quickly to a normal life again in a safe and sane environment for your family.

It is really common to have mice in a building and not spot them before they do serious damage. Thanks to their high rate of reproduction (a female can have litters of six every eight weeks), mice infestations can rapidly become out of hand.

  • Acarids, tapeworm and ringworm are associated with mice. They can also cause rashes and infect the digestive system. Ticks are common carriers of Lyme disease, which can be transmitted to humans and pets by one single bite. Symptoms of Lyme disease are fever, headache and nausea that can last for years if left untreated.
  • People can become infected by a single mice bite, and also from body fluids emitted by a sick mouse. A sudden skin rash, a flu-like state, or nausea can all be symptoms from the ‘’rat bite fever’.
  • A mouse can pass through a hole the size of a penny. Attics, walls, kitchens, furniture, and storage rooms are hot places where mice like to nest. They dig into walls, get in attics, and can be really hard to find. Mice often use cable or pipe holes to have access to different rooms in the house.
  • The most efficient method consists of eliminating all the mice and blocking all the holes that could be used as entrance points.
  • Even though mice have a tendency to look for shelter inside as the temperature gets lower, they can stay indoors all year long, going out only to eat. Given their high reproduction rate, missing one or two mice can rapidly become a serious problem.
  • Damages caused by mice can not only cause structural problems and an increase of your energy costs, but they can also let other animals (raccoons, squirrels, birds, bats) into the attic, under the roof, or in the walls. The smell of their urine can also attract other animals.
  • It is common to have mice in a building causing serious damages, or that they are in direct contact with people, without ever being seen. Since mice can reproduce themselves really quickly (a female can have a first litter at only 8 weeks), a mice invasion can rapidly become out of hand.