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Mice Control And Tell Tale Signs To Look For

Mice are found all over the world, living and thriving alongside humans for centuries. They have typically represented a source of discomfort and stress for many humans, and the situation has not changed. A particular reason why they are so problematic is the fact that they reach reproductive maturity in a matter of weeks. Additionally, a female mouse is capable of producing up to 10 litters every year with 5 to 6 babies in each litter. This means that even a very small mouse problem can get out of hand pretty quickly, which is why professional Milwaukee mice removal services should be your first move after discovering an infestation.

How Do I Discover A Mice Infestation In My Home? 

There are a number of different signs of a mice infestation, including:

  • Noticing mice urine and droppings
  • Witnessing mice scurrying around
  • Discovering signs of chewing and gnawing
  • Hearing sounds
  • Observing nests and tunnels

Golf ball sized holes in your attic insulation are made by tunneling mice

Noticing Mice Urine And Droppings 

Mice leave droppings behind wherever they travel, defecating and urinating continuously throughout the day. In fact, most house mice will produce anywhere between 50 and 75 droppings daily. Mouse droppings are typically shaped like pellets with pointed ends and are black in color. You will usually find them below appliances, in cupboards and anywhere else they might have traveled. Mice urine leaves behind nasty odors and can cause stains.

Witnessing Mice Scurrying Around 

This is by far most definitive and sure way to discover a mouse infestation problem. It is important to understand that mice ARE NOT solitary animals and that seeing just one critter in your living space is a sign that there are much more mice present in your walls, attic or basement.

Discovering Signs Of Chewing And Gnawing 

Mice need to continually gnaw and chew in order to wear down their incisors, much like all other rodents. Mice are equipped with very powerful teeth capable of chewing through wood, plastic and food packaging with ease. In order to form openings for travel and get access to food, mice will create circular holes. You could be at serious risk of a fire if you have a mice infestation and the critters chew away at your home’s electrical wires.

Mouse droppings are a sure sign of activity inside your home

Hearing Sounds 

The best time to pay attention to sounds produced by mice is in the evening and at night. Due to the absence of surrounding noises at night, it will be far easier to pick up on scurrying and scratching sounds coming from wall voids and ceilings.

Observing Nests And Tunnels 

Mice build nests by shredding and gathering materials like insulation, cushions and paper. A very easy way to discover mouse tunneling in your attic is to look for golf balls-sized holes in the insulation. Since mice prefer to nest in warm areas, they will typically opt for your attic or other areas that provide heat. These could include appliances such as water heaters, furnaces, dishwashers and stoves.

Looking To Get Rid Of A Mouse Infestation? Opt For Professionals Like Skedaddle 

The best way to solve a mouse infestation problem in your home is to get in touch with experienced professionals. Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has more than 20 years of experience in helping people be free from pesky mice invaders and has assisted more than 200,000 homeowners to date. Skedaddle uses only the most humane mice removal techniques and methods in order to ensure complete safety for you and your family. Get in touch with Skedaddle today and ensure the best professional Milwaukee mice removal services on the market.

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About the author:Marcus is the owner and operator of Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control – Milwaukee. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Marcus combines the academic training (M.S. Wildlife Biology, UW Madison) with the field training and skills to be successful in resolving wildlife conflict for home and business owners.

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