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Understanding Mice Behaviours and the Removal Process

Mice are tiny little animals, that when multiplied as they habitually do, grow into huge problems. If you are facing mice infestation in your Milwaukee home, you are probably already experiencing some of the ways these animals complicate and hamper people’s lives.

Mice are conduits for diseases such as Leptospirosis, which can be deadly if not treated early. For expert mice removal, Milwaukee homeowners can look into the services provided by Skedaddle.

Mice can chew through many different objects.

These nocturnal rodents scurry about in the dark of night toting unknown quantities of bacteria and viruses on their paws in their urine and in their droppings. They have immense appetites for their sizes and are always seeking something to nibble on. Mice typically restrict their traveling to around 60-90 ft of their nests. This means that any mouse you encounter in your home is likely living nearby the area you spot him.

Mice Infestation Practices

Unlike other critters who tend to seek out the shelter of your home in winter or in the fall, mice will head for your home throughout the year. There will be surge, however, in the colder months as they seek refuge from the cold. This means vigilance against mice infestation is important all year round, though it is more crucial as the cold season’s approach.

Why You Should Forget the DIY Approach

Getting rid of mice by yourself is never a good idea. The rodents multiply faster than you can imagine and you may not even be aware of the extent of the infestation. As an example, 6 mice can multiply up to 60 times within a three month period. Imagine this cycle of reproduction continuing for a year or more. That’s a whole nation of mice!

This means that you may underestimate the extent of the infestation, in which case your methods of getting rid of them may be inadequate or you may overestimate the extent of the infestation, in which case the control measures you take may be excessive and even risky for your health and that of your family. At Skedaddle our wildlife technicians are trained to accurately assess the extent of any rodent infestation. This approach has allowed them to consistently provide the best strategies and approaches for mice removal Milwaukee homeowners can find.

You cannot afford to allow mice to take over your home and expose yourself and your family to discomfort and diseases. Get the experts in before it is too late.

See lots of small black pebbles, its mouse poop!

Experts on the Job

After determining the extent of your rat infestation, Skedaddles animal control team will get to work, removing them from those secretive and hard to reach space that they habitually occupy. Some of the spaces include hollow sections within walls and narrow passageways inside roofing systems.

Skedaddle’s expert wildlife animal control team examine your home to identify the points of entry being used by rats as well as potential ones. They will then remove the rodents, ensuring that the entire population is evacuated from your home.

The next stage includes cleaning and clearing services. This includes the removal of all biological evidence of the mice’s presence in your home (droppings, urine and nests). Cleaning and clearing removes the risk of your family coming in contact with any potentially harmful diseases.

The team will then get to work, fortifying your home by sealing off all access points (cracks, vents, and other potential entry points) in order to keep the mice away.

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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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