Mice can cause all sorts of trouble in your home. They carry some serious diseases and they cause damage to walls, wiring and furniture. Because of this, it’s important to get rid of mice as soon as possible.
Mice Problems in Your Home
Most think mice are fairly harmless when compared to rats, but mice are much more common, and they cause a lot more damage. Because mice breed so quickly and continuously, a small infestation can turn into a severe infestation in a short period of time. Dealing with a mouse problem should be a priority.
Whether you have mice in your kitchen, in your walls or elsewhere in your home, there are many reasons why it is important to contact a professional mouse exterminator for help at the first signs of mice:
- Mice will contaminate food and other materials through the droppings they leave behind, causing waste and spreading bacteria that can cause food poisoning and other illnesses.
- Mice are unsanitary and their droppings have been identified as potential asthma triggers in children.
- Mice can multiply quickly and will do damage to your home and furniture through their gnawing.
- Not only are mice destructive, they have even been known to cause house fires after chewing through electrical cables.
Between the potential health issues and having to repair or replace ruined food, clothing, furniture, and walls, we recommend dealing with a mouse problem quickly by calling a professional mouse exterminator.
Aerex Has the Solution
Aerex technicians understand the habits of mice and use that knowledge when developing a mouse control program that is best suited to your home and your particular mouse problem. Our technicians are professional, state certified, licensed applicators.
At Aerex we pride ourselves on fast, responsive service every day. All appointments are scheduled at times that are convenient for you. Call us for a free consultation at 847-255-8888.
Did you know
Mice have very sharp hearing. They can hear in the human range as well as in the ultrasonic range. While communicating with each other, they make ultrasonic (NOT audible to humans) as well as regular sounds (audible to humans).