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Mice Control

If you happen to notice chewed holes in your food/food containers, chewed wires, sounds of mice running along your roof, mouse droppings or mouse hairs, call the experts at Animal Trappers Orlando to help you get rid of mice for good!

Though people sometimes rely on mouse trapping, poisons/chemicals or other DIY methods to get rid of the problem, mice can often spread diseases to humans. Therefore, it’s a good safety measure to call wildlife control experts when dealing with a mice problem. Also, while methods such as mouse trapping and poisoning can successfully get rid of mice, these processes can result in dead mice being left in walls or some live mice being left behind. Our experts use an integrated approach to ensure proper mice control and a permanent solution.

The first step in mice control is a thorough inspection of your building and property. In addition to the signs mentioned above, inspection may reveal mice urine stains, a musky odor or rub marks along beams. Since mice cause damage to insulation inside walls and attics, and they often make homes in large electrical appliances, those areas should be thoroughly inspected. While mice are often found in crawlspaces and attics, exterior entry points must also be inspected.

Mouse Trapping and Elimination

Mouse traps are devices that use a heavy-gauge steel spring bar to instantly kill mice. They’re inexpensive, humane and easy to clean up, but the powerful springs can sometimes hurt an unsuspecting child or family pet.

If you wish to capture a mouse using the trapping method, here are some things to remember:
Glue traps are considered the least humane of all mouse traps. They use a sticky substance in a tray or on a board to catch the rodent as it hunts for food, but this trapping method does not immediately kill the mouse—the termination process could end up lasting days.
Live traps are the most humane because they safely trap the mouse while it’s alive, so that the mouse can be released into the wild. These traps must be checked daily to ensure the rodent doesn’t suffer from lack of food or water. And, upon releasing the mouse, it’s important to do so several miles from your home, to ensure the mouse doesn’t come back.
Electric mousetraps can be used for catching a single mouse or a group of mice by delivering a lethal dose of electricity to the rodents. The electrodes are housed within an insulated/plastic box to prevent accidental injury to humans or pets. These traps are somewhat expensive.

Rodent poison, or rodenticide, is another way to get rid of mice. Though this method successfully kills mice, it’s considered inhumane since the mice suffer in the process. Once the mice die, you will find them throughout your home, including within your walls. The smell of the dead mouse may not be evident for months, so it’s important to find and dispose of the dead rodents. Another drawback to this method is the danger of leaving dead poisoned mice on your property. If a child or pet comes into contact with a poisoned mouse, they run the risk of poisoning themselves.

Proper mice control should be an integrated process. As mentioned above, methods to get rid of rodents can include mouse trapping and poisoning, but the processes should be combined to guarantee all mice are caught and ensure proper cleanup and disposal/release of mice. This integration includes property inspection, mice capture and identifying and properly sealing points of entry.

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