3 Things You Should Do To Remove Wild Mice From Your Home

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Ants, spiders, fleas, mice and silverfish were all problems in my house at one point. When we bought the house, it hadn't been lived in for about three years. Since it was basically abandoned, the pests moved in and made it their homes. The first few months of battling with these pests was the hardest. We had so many different pests to contend with that it was hard to know where to start. With the help of a professional pest control technician, we have taken our home back from those pests and have been living pest free ever since. Find tips on eliminating the pests in your home here on my blog.


3 Things You Should Do To Remove Wild Mice From Your Home

17 March 2023
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Wild mice come in from outside of your home. They aren't just found in areas that are surrounded by open fields, or out in the country. You can find mice in the city, or in more populated areas as well. Mice are smaller in the rodent family, but they can still wreak quite a bit of havoc for you and for your family. These pests can be difficult to get rid of if you have them in your home, as they may easily be able to hide away from you and only come out when they need food in order to survive. These pests may be nesting in your home with their entire colony, and you may not notice them at first, which is why you should pay close attention to the signs of these pests. Read on for some tips to help you remove these pests from your home.

1. Set Traps Around Your Entire House

You should set traps throughout your entire home, especially if you have seen multiple signs of these pests, which may indicate an infestation. If you have multiple levels in your home, you are going to want to set traps on every level in your home. You should set the traps using fresh bait that will lure these pests to the traps and set multiple traps as well. Set traps where your pets or small children cannot get to the traps, as they may harm them. Set and reset the traps over and over again until you no longer see any more signs of these pests, or you are no longer trapping any more mice.

2. Clean Your Yard And Exterior

Clean up the exterior of your home and your yard as well. The mice may be coming indoors from your yard outside where you have overgrown grass and landscaping, or you may have a lot of clutter in your yard. If you have a cluttered yard, mice are going to easily find a place to nest in your yard and will eventually make their way to your home when they need more food, water, or warmth.

3. Prevent Their Entrance

Prevent entrance into your home by these pests by making repairs to your home and sealing your home against these and other pests. Sealing your home means repairing or replacing the seals around your windows and doors, making sure your home is air-tight to prevent any pests from getting into your home, and repairing holes that mice or other pests may be using to gain access to your home.

If you have a problem with mice in your home, there are ways to get rid of them and prevent them from returning. Hire a mice removal service to help you control these pests.