Cooler seasonal temperatures prompt mice start looking for a place inside to spend the winter such as your home.
Mice can enter your home in a variety of ways. So you want to seal up every opening they can find.
The common house mouse weighs about an ounce, has a two-inch-long body and can slip through a hole just a little bit bigger than a pencil.
Outside-In Mice Protection–Two Things You Can Do To Keep Them Out
1. Check all outside pipe connections to the inside of your home.
Plug the space around the pipe with steel wool for small holes and wire mesh for larger holes.
2. Examine the seal on all doors, especially garage doors.
Replace or install new weatherstripping when needed.
If mice have already infiltrated your home, call us.