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Getting Rid Of Mice In Your Grants Pass Home The Right Way

November 15, 2022 - Mice

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Mice are a consistent nuisance pest in Grants Pass. They are highly adaptable, will eat almost anything, can be extremely elusive, and reproduce quickly. If you own a home in Grants Pass, you may very well get some furry visitors in the near future, and they won't respect your property.

Don't let mice worry you. Contact Bugs Northwest today for all of your Grants Pass pest control needs. We know how to deal with mice!

How To Tell If It's Mice In Your Home

Here are some great ways to tell if you have mice in your home:

  • You see chew marks on walls, furniture, and boxes. You might even see holes.

  • You notice small holes chewed in food stores. Mice love a good snack.

  • You see signs of mouse droppings. They are about the size of a grain of rice.

  • You see signs of mouse traffic. Trails in dust, footprints, and mud all count.

  • You find nests in the insulation, storage areas, clothing, or stored bedding.

  • You hear the sounds of mice in walls. This includes squeaking and scratching.

How big can mice get? Mice in Grants Pass are small, with most reaching only a few inches in length. That is one of the reasons they can hide in your house so well. Bugs Northwest knows how to find mice where they hide and knows what to do when we find them. Contact us today, and let us bring peace of mind to you and your family.

You Don't Have To Touch Mice For Them To Make You Sick

What do mice eat? Basically, what you eat. Mice like food and shelter, and they don't mind sharing yours. Unfortunately, mice are also excellent at sharing diseases. Mice can introduce leptospirosis, hantavirus, and salmonellosis into your home, and you don't even have to interact with them. They can spread all these diseases by leaving pathogens on your countertops and in and around your food. 

A mouse in the house can introduce health risks to you and your family. Bugs Northwest does not want you to gamble on your safety. Contact us today for fast, effective pest control for mice.

The Best Way To Get The Mice Out Of Your House For Good

Mice may be challenging to remove from a house, especially if the infestation is large. DIY efforts often don't get all of the mice, and without effective pest control, the problem can perpetuate. Treatments that lack efforts to prevent future infestations can also ensure that breeding mice will quickly repopulate your home. Mice are extremely opportunistic and will absolutely exploit any opportunity to move in.

Bugs Northwest knows how to get rid of mice fast, and we pride ourselves in our work. Contact us today to explore how we can help you with your professional rodent control needs in Grants Pass.

How To Prevent Future Mouse Infestations In Your Home

Here are some tips to prevent mice from coming back:

  • Seal windows, especially on the first floor.

  • Block basement drains with screens.

  • Seal doors, especially along the bottom.

  • Seal any cracks or holes in the exterior of the house.

  • Keep lawn clutter away from your home. 

Most importantly, get help from professional home pest control services instead of trying to figure everything out yourself. 

Bugs Northwest knows all the tricks mice like to play, but we don't play around when it comes to helping our customers enjoy a safe, happy home. Contact us today and let us partner with you in keeping mice and other house pests away.

Customer Reviews

We have used Bugs Northwest for several pest problems. They have been prompt in reply, affordable, and great to work with. Also, because we are in an older building, Dave, is very knowledgeable about removing pests without impact or damage to the area and building. He is our go-to for any issues.

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