Mice Removal and Rodent Extermination
Mice and other rodents can cause significant property damage, as well as spread disease by coming into contact with foods and surfaces as urine, feces, and bodies are capable of carrying harmful bacteria and organisms.
This paired with their ability to adapt and reproduce quickly makes them a threat to any home or business.
The kinds of rodents TES can help you with include:
Because rodents are such rapid breeders, calling an exterminator is an important first step when you suspect there may be an infestation. These pests leave behind harmful droppings that can produce toxic dust, and they have no bladder control; and any surface their bodily fluids come in contact with, including food, should be considered contaminated.
Signs of a rodent infestation
Mice and rats look for entry and exit points, and if you discover any on the exterior of your home or building, it’s worthwhile to seal the gap to prevent future entrance. Most rodents venture inside when they’re in need of warmth or sustenance, so if food, produce, or dry goods, such as grains, are being stored inside, this can provide a tempting attracting for rodents.
Signs of an infestation include:
- Chewed cardboard and papers, which many rodents will use in their nests
- Droppings behind appliances or inside cabinets
- Holes chewed in boxes or thin plastic containers containing foodstuffs
Rodents are as equally a problem for residential buildings as they are for commercial buildings, if not more so. The discovery of rats or mice could result in a restaurant or hospitality business closing its doors until the problem is resolved.
Since rodents don’t hibernate during the winter and because they’re such quick breeders, they can easily be a year-round problem.
Call us at 717-951-3868 to set up a free on-site assessment and we can customize a quarterly plan to fit your needs and budget.