Mice have been troubling humans for about as long as human have been around. There are flagrant for infesting homes and buildings due to their ability to skid through the smallest of entry points. They should be a concern for every property owner due to their capacity to spread disease and their devastating eating habits. They bring with them some health risks including:
They are more than just irritant. They can cause sickness to people and should be eliminated from home as quickly as possible. In businesses, they can lead to serious inventory loss, property damage and also pose health risks for any business based on food. We Clean Pests technician are highly experienced in identifying mice infestations in homes and businesses. We find the entry points and block them. We look for the nests and remove them. Our mouse control specialists will eliminate the pest already inside your property and then ensure they do not return. When it comes to the appropriate kind of their control, we offer you solutions that will work for your wants to eliminate their infestations and keep them away. Do you think you have mice infestation? Contact us to schedule a free inspection.
The most evident distinguishing feature between mice and rats is size; a house mouse is normally 4 to 10 cm long. Nevertheless, a mouse can be confused with a young rat. Here is what to look out for:
Even though mice normally live on the ground and shelter in burrows, they are lithe and can climb. In large infestations, grease from their bodies mixed with urine and dirt can form small pillars usually referred to as urine pillars. These can stay for a long period of time, so might not show a present mouse infestation. They usually have a smaller footprint compared to a rat.
Mice spread many diseases worldwide. The diseases are directly spread to humans through contact with saliva, feces or urine, their bites, and mere contact. However, mouse diseases can also be spread indirectly via flea, mites, and ticks that have fed, at some point on the infected mouse and then transmit that infestation to humans. That is reason enough to hire professional rodent removal and Control Company like ours to clear your infestation problems.
Diseases that can be transmitted by mice include:
This is a bacteria food-borne disease. It is transmitted when mice and other rodents such as rats adulterate food or working surfaces where food is prepared. Common symptoms of salmonella include abdominal cramps, fever, and diarrhea that can last up to a week.
This is a life-menacing disease transmitted by rodents, specifically deer mice. The virus is found in rodent feces or urine, though it does not make the host animal sick. The early symptoms of the disease include muscle aches, fever, and chills.