We Exterminate Rodents That Pose Health Risks to Your Family
You may have killed a few mice in your home using traps and baits, but this does not entirely solve your problem. The presence of just one mouse scurrying across your floor is already a sign of infestation, which could threaten the very lives of your family. You need to call a professional rodent and mice control company for help right away.
We at Vespid Pest Control can put an end to this serious problem. We have experienced, well-trained and licensed pest control specialists who can exterminate the rodent population in your home and prevent them from coming back.
Most Difficult Creatures to Kill
Mice breed fast all year round. If you don’t act quickly, the few mice in your home can quickly grow into a huge colony. They could be breeding in your attic or basement, under your porches, in the crevices of your walls, and other hard-to-reach places.
Rodents are some of the toughest and most difficult creatures to exterminate. The shape and flexibility of their body allow them to squirm through tiny holes in your house.
Rats pose health hazards to people since they are known carriers of various diseases. Their urine, droppings, and saliva contain deadly viruses and bacteria. That’s why undertaking rodent and mice control measures with the help of professionals like ours at Vespid Pest Control is a must.
Call Us for Customized Solutions to Your Rodent Infestation Problem
Upon receiving your call for help, we will quickly dispatch our pest control experts to your home to check on the infestation. We will seal off tiny openings in your home that allow mice to enter. We will use traps and baits to kill and remove them. We will likewise recommend effective rodent and mice control measures for you to follow.
Rodents present a serious danger to your home and family. If you hear noises in your walls and attic and see other signs of infestation such as mouse droppings, call Vespid Pest Control right away. We will be there to provide customized solutions to your rodent infestation problem at a most reasonable price.
How do you seal your house from rodents?
Close your doors. If you have a habit of leaving your front door or garage door open, mice may be taking the opportunity to dart inside when you aren’t looking. Keep your doors closed to discourage mice from entering Mice are most active at night, so it’s best not to leave doors open overnight. If you like to have your doors open during the summer to let the breeze inside, install screen doors, so mice won’t be able to come in. Seal your windows. Mice are good climbers, and they’ll have no trouble getting in through a window, especially if it’s on the first floor. Keep your windows closed or screened at all times If it has been a while since you’ve looked at your screens, go around your house and inspect them. Screens break down over time, and a rusty hole or a tear in fabric screens could be providing an entrance for mice. If you have a window that won’t close all the way, or has a gap between the window and the frame, seal it with steel wool or hardware cloth. Inspect the foundation. Another likely place for mice to enter your home is through cracks in your walls, especially near windows and entryways. Walk around the outside of your house to inspect it for cracks or holes mice could use to enter your home. Seal any holes you find that are bigger than 1/4 inch (6.4mm). It’s best to use sturdy repair materials such as sheet metal, hardware cloth or concrete mortar. Mice may be able to quickly chew through weaker materials and regain access to your house. Check the wall that separates your garage from the rest of your house. Sometimes mice get in through garage doors, since they’re harder to seal than smaller doors, and then find a way into the main house. Seal off cable and drain outlets, vents and chimneys. Mice can easily follow cables into your home if the hole is large enough for them to fit into. They can also come in around access holes created for running pipes and drains or scurry into vents and chimneys Stuff stainless steel pads into small holes around pipes and cables, and then seal the holes with caulk. The steel pad creates an abrasive barrier to keep mice out, and it can easily be cut up with scissors to fit into smaller areas. Prevent mice from getting inside pipes, vents and chimneys by installing screens.
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