Perhaps you have heard scratching in your walls at night or seen trails of grease along your baseboards. If you have seen small brown pellet droppings around your home, there's a good chance you have a mouse problem. Even though they are only a few inches long, mice are responsible for a lot of home damage. Mice can carry disease and can create an unhealthy environment for you and your family. If you know you need help with mouse removal, call the professionals at Critter Control of SW Missouri! If you suspect you have a mouse problem and would rather contact us online, feel free to do so here.

Common Mouse Problems in the SW Missouri Area

Brown Mouse in Springfield Yard, Nibbling on Food

Mice are able to fit in very small holes—about the size of a quarter—and as soon as they get inside, they can begin chewing on electrical conduit and plumbing causing costly repairs. Many of the most common mouse problems our team encounters are:

  • Chewing on furniture, electrical components, roofs, walls, and other household items
  • Contaminate insulation with urine, feces, stains, and odors
  • Be responsible for germs, viruses, tics, bugs, etc.
  • Cause garden and yard damages

How to Get Rid of Mice

Since mice are small and their numbers can grow rather quickly, they can be very difficult to get rid of. The professionals at Critter Control of SW Missouri will assist you with a range of services to remove existing mice from your home, repair any damages, and install prevention methods so they don't return. A few of these services include:

Mouse Removal Services

If you are dealing with mouse problems for the first time and need assistance, do not hesitate to give us a call. The Critter Control of SW Missouri team of technicians has extensive experience in all areas of wildlife services, including mice removal, mice damage repair, and mice prevention-related services. Give Critter Control of SW Missouri a call today to schedule an inspection appointment or do so online here

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Wherever a mice infestation may be present, damage of property and people will follow. Rodents consume about 3 grams of food per day but will damage and destroy much more than that thanks to their nibbling habits. Mice in the garden will dig up freshly planted grains, mutilate crops before harvest and gnaw through containers of food in warehouses. Residents should continue with caution when dealing with a mice problem as they may contaminate food packaging with their urine and droppings.
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