The Best Way To Get Rid Of A Mouse Infestation In Your Oahu Home
If you only locate one mouse or rat in your home, you shouldn't believe that the rodent problem will disappear just because you caught one of them. Rodents have a high reproduction rate and can quickly populate an area, including your home. Contact Pest Tech Hawaii for reliable Oahu pest control for rodents, and learn more about preventive measures to protect your property against rodents.
Clear Signs Of Mice In Your House
How do you know if you have mice in your house? There are some clear signs that indicate a mouse problem:
- Droppings: The most disturbing sign of a mouse infestation is mouse droppings. You can find rodent urine and droppings in closets, pantries, basements, and attics.
- Smell: In addition to finding droppings and urine stains, you will also be able to smell the urine. If you cannot identify the source of a strong, musty smell in your home, there is a good chance that it is urine left behind by mice.
- Holes: Mice can enter your home through many points. They may chew holes through door and window insulation, electrical cables, or drywall.
- Food disturbance: The first time, you might think an item was taken home from the store this way. After two or three cereal leaks, it's clear a mouse is trying to sneak into your food supply.
- Nests: Mouse nests aren't always conspicuous. Most are made of mouse waste and trash. A pile of leaves, old tissues, and sticks in a garage or basement box is likely a mouse nest.
- Noise: Mice make loud sounds, despite being small. You may hear scampering noises in walls, attics, or crawlspaces.
- Pet reactions: The cat or dog will likely find mice before you do. If they're listening carefully or sniffing an area that didn't interest them, they may have found something interesting.
At the first sign of mice in your home, contact Pest Tech Hawaii. We'll make sure your mouse problem is handled correctly and safely.
You Don't Have To Touch Mice For Them To Make You Sick
Droppings from mice can make you very sick. The same may be said for mouse urine, as these substances are frequently used to mark territory. Even if you avoid direct contact with mice at all costs, it is still possible to become infected with diseases carried by mice, such as hantavirus, salmonellosis, and lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV). Mouse feces and urine can dry out and convert into dust, spreading pathogens through the air, often exacerbating allergies or asthma in affected individuals.
Why It Is So Hard To Get Rid Of Mice On Your Own?
This is a question that comes up rather frequently. Mice are notoriously tough to eradicate for a variety of reasons. One of the primary explanations for this is that they are resourceful and significantly more intelligent than the typical spider or cockroach. Mice also breed very rapidly, so a small infestation can grow large in very little time.
Even if you keep your house completely clean, there is still a chance that mice will move in. They come into your home for the same reasons you do: it is comfortable, warm, well-stocked with food, and offers protection from harm. Mice do not enjoy having their peace disturbed, so they will flee from you whenever they get the chance.
The Most Effective Mouse Control For Your Home
If you're having trouble getting rid of the mice in your home, don't try to get rid of the infestation by setting ineffective traps and bait stations; instead, hire expert professionals to do it for you.
The professionals at Pest Tech Hawaii have the expertise and professional-grade products necessary to eradicate your mouse infestation and help you keep these rodents out for good. Give us a call today to learn more about our professional mouse control services.
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