Mice Control Solutions
to Protect Your Family & Home
Looking for a trusted solution to your mouse control needs? Congratulations! You’ve found it! On this page we will give you all the information you need to protect your home and loved ones from those pesky mice! Mice control is our specialty and we are here to help you! Our team of Diamond Certified Pest Control Experts have helped many families just like yours quickly get rid of mice for good!
Do You Need Mouse Control?
Mice are very clever and easily adapt to human living situation because of the need of food, water, and shelter. Have you seen a rodent move so quickly your eyes can barely make out what it is? It is most likely a mouse! Mice live in spaces you can barely see especially a House Mouse. Most of the time you wouldn’t know these small rodents where living with you until common signs like finding snacks in the pantry with holes, which means your food source has been contaminated.
Mice carry and spread diseases which leave in their droppings and urine as a thank you for letting them into your home. They may seem small and harmless but once they have chosen their home in your place an infestation will begin, and it could lead to serious health risks.
They enter through entry points like gaps and eaves smaller than a quarter of an inch in poorly secured buildings. No one likes unwelcomed visitors, so you came to the right company to trap these rodents and kick them out for good! Mice will make themselves at home if you don’t act now to protect it.
Luckily you have found us, and we can help prevent and get rid of those unwanted rodents. Removing mice is our specialty and our friendly rodent control team are happy to help you. In many cases, we can be at your door within 24 hours of contacting us.
Top Signs of Mice Problem
A single female mouse can live between nine months and one year, reproducing up to five to ten times a year, averaging six to eight young per litter. As you can imagine, a few mice hidden in your walls, attics, or crawl spaces can quickly become a huge infestation! Here are the signs that you may have a mouse infestation.
What to Look For:
- Droppings – Adult mice can produce 50 – 75 droppings a day and are similar to the size of a grain of rice usually black in color.
- Rodent nests and runways – A mouse infestation is definite if you find a nest or runway in your home. Mice in your home use runways, which are hallways and collect debris to create their home. They usually use shredded paper or fabric. These two are connected because most likely at the end of a runway is a mouse’s home. At the end of these runways is the perfect place to place your mouse traps.
- Damaged property – Mice will chew up just about anything like books, wood and paper. Be sure to keep those valuable heirlooms and paperwork in a safe place.
- Scampering sounds – At night mice in your home will create squeaky and annoying sounds disturbing your sleep.
- Oily rub marks – Without mice control, these pests will rub their filthy oily diseased bodies all over your home squeezing into entry points.
Where to Look:
- Behind appliances
- Around the fireplace
- Inside attics
- Under or in kitchen cabinets
- Around sink pipes
- Behind loose baseboards
We noticed some of the stored food in our pantry had been gnawed into. Then we saw mice dropping and knew we had a problem. After trying to set a few snap traps but still no luck. We called All N One who not only took care of the problem we could see but showed us where the mice were coming from and took care of our whole problem!
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Health and Safety Risks from Mice
Mice can pose many health concerns to you, your family, and pets if not treated. In addition to the health concerns, House Mice love to gnaw on anything they could get their teeth into, especially electric wires. A mouse gnawing on wires could lead to unexpected fires in your home.
Luckily you don’t have to worry anymore because Our team of Diamond Certified Pest Control Experts know the types of health and safety risks they may bring into a home. Our team understands how important it is to have pest management to protect your loved ones! As part of our Integrated Pest Management Solutions, we always use the most environmentally friendly, Green Solutions available.
- Salmonellosis – According to CDC.gov, any type of contact with the mice’s urine or droppings may result in the contraction of Salmonella. This disease is the same you get from eating raw chicken. It makes you have an upset stomach causing you to vomit or have diarrhea. For example, mice love peanut butter and if they get into a container you can contract it from just a simple sandwich.
- Hantavirus – According to CDC.gov, any type of contact with the mice’s urine or droppings may result in the contraction of this disease. For example, mice nestle near food sources and may contaminate your food causing health risks. Symptoms are headaches and muscle pain and if it goes untreated it could be fatal.
- Leptospirosis – According to CDC.gov, any type of contact with the mice’s urine or droppings may result in the contraction of this disease. For example, pets have contracted this disease from licking urine from mice and then transmit it to their owners and other humans. The symptoms of this bacteria are vomiting, high fever, chills, red eyes, headache, and abdominal pain. Without treatment this disease could lead to damage in the kidney and liver.
Common Types of Mice We Eliminate
Our team of Diamond Certified Rodent Control Experts has been well trained to help protect you and your family providing exceptional mouse control for your home. There are several types of mice, but we will focus on the ones you will most likely encounter in the State of California. There are three types of mice, which are the House Mouse, Deer Mouse and White footed Mouse. All three mice types have an appearance of dark grey/brown colored fur with big rounded ears.
Just like the name they are the ones to most likely be in your home. These pests are about 5 inches in size including their tail. House mice typically nest about 30 feet away from a food source making their visits more efficient. They are also good climbers and swimmers. House Mice carry Salmonella Leptospirosis and can be easily transmitted through food once been touched.
A Deer Mouse are also referred to as Field Mice because they are commonly found in rural areas. These pests are about 7 inches in size including their tail. Deer mice live in burrows in soil or under rocks for protection. They commonly are found to carry the Hanta Virus, which is transmitted through their urine, saliva, and droppings.
White-footed mice are very similar to Deer Mice, except the White-footed Mouse has larger hind legs.
Our Diamond Certified Mouse Control Strategy
Free Rodent Inspection and Estimate
When you have a Rodent Problem, you want it gone now! You can count on All N One Pest Eliminators to be at your home within 24 hours of your first call. Our Rodent Control Specialist will speak with you to understand the current issue and major points of concern. They will then inspect your home for potential causes for the current issue and additional pest and rodent related areas of concern. Once your tech has completed the inspection they will discuss their recommended treatment options with you and provide an affordable pest control and rodent removal estimate for you to review.
Exterior Rodent Exclusion Treatment
With our Rodent and Pest Control Strategy in place our technicians will jump into action. The first step in our process is to identify any potential entry points the rodents can use to gain entry to your home. Your tech will provide an exclusion treatment to all points of entry to seal your home from the unwanted rodents. During the treatment process, your tech will continue to monitor the treated entry points to ensure they have not been damaged by rodents attempting to re-enter your home.
Rodent Trapping and Removal
Once the exterior of your home is secure, the next step in our process is to strategically place traps around the exterior of your home and if needed, in attics, crawl spaces, or additional areas of concern. We take great care to use the most environmentally friendly, humane, and safe trapping practices available to protect your family and pets. Our traps or bait stations are secured with a lock and anchored down to prevent access for children and pets.
Follow-up Rodent Inspection and Monitoring
With your home secured and our bait station traps set, regular inspection of the traps and exclusion treatments are performed every 7-10 days by our rodent control team. During the visit we will inspect and remove any rodents that have been caught and examine entry points to ensure they are still secure. This stage of the process will generally take 4-6 weeks depending on the rodent infestation.
Successful Completion of Treatment
Your rodent control treatment will conclude when we have two consecutive weeks of inspection with no signs of rodent activity. This includes all traps remain empty, no new or reopened entry points around your home, and no indicators of rodent (i.e. noise in house, new rodent droppings).
Continued Rodent & Pest Control Maintenance
It has been said that, “The only real defense is an active defense.” A successful Residential Rodent and Pest Control Strategy includes proper maintenance and prevention. With the All N One Rodent Control & Maintenance Package, you can rest assured that your family and home are protected year-round from all types of rodents and pests. Our Pest Control Specialists will make regular visits to your home to re-treat your home and identify any potential rodent threats. We offer a variety of affordable pest and rodent control packages for handling your rodent control needs.
After a vacation we came home to find mice droppings and holes in the food in the cabinets. Mario and his team were at our house the next morning setting traps and sealing the entry points. It’s been 3 months and have not seen any signs of the mice returning!
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Tips for preventing future mouse and rodent problems.
We understand that keeping your home safe is a priority and you are our priority! Don’t let mice infest your home and threaten your family! We are here to help protect your home with you.
To keep mice from invading you should seal all holes, cracks, and gaps with a mixing compound to prevent these critters from coming in and out. Steel wool mixed with compound mixing is great tool to seal up those entry points as well. The steel wool will trap mice and damage their teeth when they try to gnaw through it. Using wood to just cover is only a temporarily solution as mice can just gnawed at the soft wood. Surprisingly, most of the time mice come in because people forget to close doors, especially garage doors. Self-closing screen doors are very effective barrier to aid in keeping mice out.
Keeping your home consistently clean and sanitized is vital. Wash the floors and vacuum the carpets to get rid of debris because that attract mice to invade your home. All dishes should be washed after use and crumbs should be picked up if dropped. Food storage should always be secured in glass or metal containers with a tight seal.
Setting mouse traps, like snap traps or glue boards, outside the home where you think they would enter can be affective but could injure small pets and children if not properly secured. Mouse repellents are a popular treatment, but can also be harmful to human’s skin, extreme caution should be used before placing them in your home.
Mice are easily enticed by chocolate or peanut butter on traps. Peanut butter is one of the most common baits mice eat and even better since it is safe to use for humans and pets.
Helpful Advice When Using Over the Counter Mouse Control Solutions
- Always use a mask when removing droppings of a mouse
- Don’t touch the bait with your hands. Mice can detect your scent.
- Once a mouse is found dead from poison, dispose of it right away because it is toxic.
- Don’t use too much bait. Small amounts can go a long way.
- When placing a mouse trap, place them unset first so the mice can get comfortable with it.
- Seal tight all food sources
- Put a mouse trap near walls or in the back of the cabinets.
- Dispose of a dead rodent with clothes and a mask to protect from health risks.
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