We start by performing a comprehensive inspection of your home and use hands-on techniques to humanely remove unwanted home guests.
We identify potential points of entry and secure them to prevent future infestation. We offer a lifetime guarantee against re-entry on any serviced areas.
When I called to book an inspection, I was given a quick booking time. James M came within the window of time, called ahead and was professional upon arrival. He was able to assess the property and give me a plan of action! He was able to provide great solutions to the problem! I would recommend!
The fear that mice instill is disproportionate to both their size and their demeanor. These furry little rodents are intelligent animals with sharp teeth that can gnaw through wood, wires and low-gauge aluminum, but they are not vicious or aggressive. A mouse won’t bite unless provoked, which can happen when a person attempts to catch or handle a wild one.
You may be tempted to try traps or poisons to rid yourself of a mouse problem, but those methods are rarely enough to take care of the issue, and poison is dangerous in a home with children or pets. You also don’t prevent future incursions with those approaches. Skedaddle wildlife experts in Vaughn use techniques that are safe for you and your family and humane for the mice. We take measures to remove the entire colony, and then we identify the places where mice can enter your home and seal those off to prevent future issues.
There are hundreds of different types of mice, existing in wild and urban locations all over the world. Mice are prolific breeders with hardy appetites. In the wild, this serves ecosystems well. They are the prey to numerous other animals, and they help disperse seeds and aerate the soil. In your home, these two qualities lead to destruction and health and safety hazards.
Though there at least eight mouse species in Ontario, the one Vaughan residents are most likely to find in their homes is the common house mouse. These thrifty little rodents can live in your walls undetected until their population size grows unwieldy. Mice build nests in locations that are protected and near their food and water source. Females use whatever is handy, including insulation, wires, paper and cardboard. Frequently homeowners suspect they have mice when they spot the chewed-up corner of a cardboard box or droppings in the cupboard.
A house mouse can squeeze through a pencil-sized hole. This characteristic makes it easy for them to get inside homes.
Mice have poor eyesight but an amazing sense of smell. They navigate around spaces and find food by using their noses. They also have excellent hearing capabilities which help them avoid encounters with predators.
Mice are amazing jumpers. For their small size, they can jump up to 25.4 centimetres.
Mice follow along walls when they travel. They repeatedly take the same routes daily.
Mice are omnivorous, and they like variety in their diets. They eat many different foods every night and travel to many locations to sample the goods.