The Area’s Mice Pest Control Experts
For over 30 years, EnviroPest’s mice pest control experts have been around protecting homes and families. Our pest control technicians have a vast knowledge of humane treatments to evict mice from your home once and for all.
Since we continue to invade wildlife’s natural habitat with our buildings and homes, we leave them no alternative but to enter our homes. Mouse populations are expected to continually rise due to the plentiful food supplies and mild climate patterns.
Our homes are designed to keep us warm and protected from all kinds of weather. Why wouldn’t mice want to keep their family safe as well?
Our Mice Pest Control Method
Humane Mice Removal
EnviroPest’s strategy is to use humane methods to remove the mice as safely as possible. Typically, we try to establish a strategy that forces the pests to leave your home without return (i.e., one-way exit). This way the mice are able to leave and find shelter on their own terms, along with bringing their pups if any are present.
After we safely remove the mice, we find and secure entrance points such as holes, wires, cracks, and beams. Anything they might use to reenter the home is addressed. We make sure that your house is 100% mice and nuisance wildlife proof.
Our mice pest control experts will then complete a proper cleanup to ensure the mice’s harboring area and feces are cleaned up and thoroughly sanitized. This provides safe living conditions in your home for your family after the critters have been driven out.
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House mice are gray or brown rodents with relatively large ears and small eyes. An adult weighs about 1/2 ounce and is about 5 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches long, including the 3 to 4 inch tail.
Signs of Mice in your Home
- What You’ll See: Search out signs of mice that could be seeking shelter nearby, like feces.
- What You’ll Hear: Listen for sounds of scratching in the walls and ceilings. Mice noises such as a chirp or squeak could imply a problem.
- Air quality issues
- Psychological effects
- Structural damage
- Chewed wires
- Health worries
What To Look for In A Mice Exterminator or Pest Control Company
- The pest management company should be licensed by the state and insured.
- Mice pest control technicians should be certified pest management professionals and fully licensed in the state.
- The company should be a member of a professional organization, such as the National Pest Management Association.
- The company should have a staff entomologist or access to one.
- Technicians should have experience with nuisance wildlife.
- Choose a company based on their quality of service. We recommend reading reviews and checking out testimonials before choosing a business.
- A pre-inspection should be conducted to assess the scope of the work.
The EnviroPest Guarantee
Complete Service Guarantee
If at any time between services or your guarantee period, you as a customer of EnviroPest are not satisfied for any reason. We will readdress the area in question at no additional charge. We have serviced over 300,000 homes and businesses over 30 years, and our clients rely on us to stand behind the work we perform.
Our continuous inspection and treatment mean a 100% guarantee as long as you have us on the property.
Our service personnel has been trained and certified with over six (6) years of experience in the pest control field as specialists. We do not advocate or provide seasonal labor or “college kids” to provide applications in or around your family or home. Another reason we are the natural choice in pest control.
ASK THE EXTERMINATOR:
How do the mice enter my home when I have all the holes in my home plugged?
Mice can enter smaller holes than imaginable. The diameter of a pen or pencil is all that is needed for a mouse to enter your home. Their bodies have no bone structure enabling them to flatten and squeeze into almost any small opening. They can also enter while doors and windows are left open for a short time.
By baiting for mice in my home, won’t the mice die within my walls?
The bait is designed to dehydrate the mice so that they will search for water sources outside of your home. After consuming our appeal, it gives the mouse up to 12 hours to find an outside source for water making the mouse eliminated outside of your home.
Will my pet be affected if they are to consume a mouse that has eaten your bait?
There is no secondary transfer of our materials to a pet that has consumed mice after eating our bait. The amount consumed by the mouse is just enough to take care of the mouse and nothing else. Your pet will not be harmed in any way by destroying the mouse.
How can I be assured my pets or children will not get into your bait?
All of our bait is placed in tamper-resistant boxes that are securely closed. The stations are placed in areas inaccessible by your children and pets for safety and strategic reasons. If your pet or child does get access to our bait for any reason, please call your local office for assistance.
Why don’t I buy the products sold in the store to get the same result as your baiting program (example: Decon)?
Store-bought products work to eliminate contact after feeding, often leaving mice dead within your dwelling. Our material is designed to give the mouse up to 12 hours to make its way outside of your home and be eliminated. Store-bought baits contain poisonous materials only, not giving an excellent odor to the mice. Our materials contain edible grains and carbohydrates, making this an attractive food source. Often our material will encourage multiple feedings on the same bait, eliminating your problems more efficiently.
You can also use the onsite chat feature, Free Pest Inspection form on this page, or our online contact form to get in touch with us. Whatever your pest control need, we are happy to help you eliminate it.