Tag: mouse infestation

What are the health risks associated with a mouse infestation?

Mice are carriers of bacteria, diseases, parasites, and viruses. If your house has become infested by mice, the mice are leaving patches of their urine behind them, perhaps on a coffee mug in a kitchen cupboard or on a wooden cutting board on the counter. According to the Centers for Disease... more
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Should you tackle your mouse infestation yourself?

The first question I would ask is how long have you suspected the mice have been living in your house? If it has just been a few days, you could try to deal with it on your own. Set a few traps in the area where there is the most activity and see if you can catch the mice on your own. It’s at... more
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Oh, They Are Cute Now

One mouse can have 10 litters of six mice per year! Do you think you have a mouse infestation? Contact A1 Exterminators to inspect your property by a trained technician who can explain the best way to eliminate the issue. We can be reached at 800-525-4825 or visit our website at... more
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Give Mice Their Eviction Notice

If you think you may have a rat or mouse infestation in your home, contact A1 Exterminators to remove the pests before they become a hazard to your health. Contact us at 800-525-4825 or visit our website at... more
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Rodent Fact!

Rodent fact during Rodent Awareness Week. Did you know that mice are little gymnasts? In fact, they can jump a foot into the air and easily climb up onto kitchen counters to access food. Check out our website for more information at... more
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Rodent Tip Tuesday!

Follow the these tips to prevent a rodent infestation in your home. Store food in tightly sealed containers. Keep kitchens tidy and clean by wiping counters and sweeping floors. Remove clutter to reduce nesting areas. Inspect your home for signs of an infestation. Contact a licensed... more
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