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Mice

They can multiply quickly and will do significant damage to your home, business and furniture through their gnawing activities. They will also contaminate food and other materials through the droppings they leave behind. Their droppings have even been implicated as potential asthma triggers in children.

Not only are mice destructive they have also been known to cause house fires after chewing through electrical cables.

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Signs of Mice Infestation

  • Droppings - Usually, the first clue of a mice infestation is their droppings. You may find these anywhere, but most of our clients first find these in the pantry or kitchen cupboards and drawers. Mouse droppings are smooth with pointed ends, and are 3-5 mm long

  • Sounds - While you may not be able to see them, you can probably hear mice throughout your roof void, wall cavities, sub-floor areas, or even under the kick paneling of you cupboards. This can also cause some pets to be excited and clawing at a particular area.

  • Damage food packaging - mice will gnaw their way through packaging to get to food products; you may see this in products in your pantry and cupboards.

  • Odors - You can smell rodent urine or a musty odor in some poorly ventilated areas such as your pantry and cupboards where a rodent infestation is present.

  • Sighting – You may see mice scurrying along a wall or under some furniture.

  • Gnawing  You may see evidence of this on you walls and ceilings but this also occurs in areas you cannot see such as water pipes, ducting for you heater and air-conditioning, and electrical cables and conduits. Every year homes are water damaged and fires are caused by rodent infestations.

  • Runways and Grease marks - Greasy rub marks are caused by rodents repeatedly rubbing their oily fur along runways e.g. walls or entrance points. 

  • Tracks - Rodent tracks can be seen in areas where there is a layer of dust, such as under the house, in the roof or inside the home on a dusty surface or under furniture. Often, rodent tails also leave a swing mark.