Trying to get rid of mice and other rodents in your home? We provide mice removal and other rodent control solutions to Wolverine Lake, Michigan residents. We are a local business that services the area on a regular basis.
Things you must know about Mice Control Services in Wolverine Lake, Michigan:
1) Mice reproduction
2) Choosing a contractor
3) Our Prevent-A-MouseTM Program
Choose a Michigan wildlife control company with proven results. We are one of the few local companies that specialize in mice removal - and have a Builders License, Pesticide License and a DNR Permit.
One of the best ways to control mice, is to do so before there is a problem. Mice reproduce rapidly - prevention is critical for control.
Sanitation - Mice are nibblers and consume about 1/2 teaspoon of food each day. Homes have sufficient food so that mice do not have a need to go outside for food.
Habitat Modification - Control weeds and keep wood piles away from your home. Open areas allow predators to have an impact on the population.
Pesticide - Rodenticides play an important role in controlling populations. Care must be taken to ensure that they are applied according to the label. Applications to attics can be a good way to prevent future population booms. Additionally, bait stations can be placed in basements or under decks in Wolverine Lake, Michigan.
During the initial visit, we will inspect the attic, basement and kitchen for mice. In order to solve a rodent problem, we think in 3 dimensions. Mice have a territory of approximately 10 to 30 feet in all directions. It is very common to discover mice activity inside an Wolverine Lake, Michigan attics where they build nests in the insulation.
Did you know that 6 mice can multiply into a family of 60 mice within in 3 months? Prevention and active maintenance is the key to disrupt the reproductive cycle. The sole natural factor limiting the mouse population in the home is the limitation of resources such as food. The average house mouse lives for a year, that means a staggering number of mice can call your abode home over the course of 365 days.