Imagine taking the annoyance, worry, and frustration completely out of your home life. A life without pests - especially mice.
No More Health Concerns
with disease or illness that pests can bring.
No More Worrying
about rodents, bug bites, mouse droppings or pests damaging your home.
No More Wasting Valuable Time
struggling to contain persistent mice.
No More Feeling Like You Aren't In Control
Although mice are bigger than many other pests, they are extremely elusive and can initially be difficult to spot. Once you do see them, however, you’ll want to act quickly. Mice pose two large dangers to your home: damage and disease. And, since they breed quickly — one mouse can give birth 5-10 times a year — the risk of these dangers rises exponentially the longer mice are allowed to stick around.
House mice pose a real health hazard. They are known spreaders of diseases including hantavirus, salmonellosis and rat-bite fever. These diseases, and other sickness-inducing bacteria can be spread through mice feces, saliva and any food they come in contact with.
Mice are also a source of allergies. Mouse allergens are known to lead to the development of asthma and hay fever. These allergens are found in mice hairs, urine and danders — all of which can easily be spread throughout the home with a mice infestation. After all, mice don't stay in one place.
Although mice are not known for biting, they may do so if provoked and feel threatened. For this reason, it can be dangerous to try and remove mice yourself. For the best and safest route, call an exterminator for mice. Saela professionals are trained in the expert removal of mice and continued mouse control treatments. Don’t risk your family’s health by trying to handle an infestation yourself.
If there’s one thing mice like to do, it’s chew. They’re notorious for getting into your food, but all that chewing can also wreak havoc on your electrical system and walls.
Mice are biologically wired to chew because it helps maintain the length of their teeth. They’ll nibble and work through just about anything, and that includes all the things holding your home together. Drywalls, rubber, plastic pipes, insulation, aluminum, and even wires or gas lines are all at risk when a home suffers from a mouse infestation.
Since it’s inside your walls, much of this damage can go undetected until it’s too late. By then, you could be looking at some expensive repairs. To avoid such disaster and headache, consider investing in regular pest and rodent control services right from the start of your home ownership journey.
Mice don’t actively seek out homes to live in. Typically, they are more content to stay outside where there’s plenty of food and shelter for them. If they find their way into your residence, it’s likely because they see it as easy access to food and shelter. Mice won’t pass up a chance to pick up any large crumbs left around!
In climates with variable temperatures, mice are more likely to seek out the shelter found in your home during the colder months. Humans typically keeps their homes warm and cozy, which appeals to mice just as much as it does to us.
The most attractive spaces in your home for mice are not in the most obvious places. Attics, basements and crawl spaces are where you’ll most likely find the critters hiding away. Keep an eye out on these spots and have them regularly treated to deter mice and other pests.
The best way to keep mice out of your home is to start regular protection treatments right away. However, if you haven’t done this and manage to find a critter scurrying across the floor, it’s best to take up mice removal measures right away.
Contacting a professional for mice control or professional rodent removal specialist is the best way to take care of the issue without risking damage to your home or health. The specialists at Saela trained and have access to the best pest and rodent control products available. We’ll quickly assess the problem and find a tailor solution to fit your needs.
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