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Mice and rats enjoy the same things we do like warmth, food, and shelter. That’s why mice and rats want to make YOUR home, their home. Mouse and rat control is crucial to keeping you family and home safe from bacteria like the salmonella and diseases like hantavirus. Trust the experts in NJ mice and rat control since 1930!

Mice and Rodent Removal Program

    • Complete rodent control – Your technician is your expert on mice and rats. They will assess the problem and create a trapping/baiting program that is based around the biology of the specific rodent you are dealing with.
    • Put on the pressure – Its a scientific fact that as rodents see their population dying off, they reproduce even faster! With this in mind, we schedule you for  follow up visit 1-2 weeks after your initial service so that your technician can assess the trapping/baiting program and replace controls as needed.
    • Long-term prevention – Your technician will then find any rodent entry points and any food/water sources that may attract them. We can even help with some closures and repairs so you don’t have to worry!
    • Exterior Property Control – Stopping mice and rats from getting in is crucial to long term success. We offer exterior rodent control options that are easily hidden or disguised, and are tamper resistant and designed to protect children and non-target animals from harm.

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    • During additional visits, your technician will revisit past problem areas and assess for any new activity, making sure your home stays free of any mice or rats.
    • Rodent traps and baits will be replaced as needed to keep you covered between visits and monitor for any new mouse or rat activity.
    • Our rodent controls also monitor and trap other pests that your technician will remove and inform you of! And if we can, we’ll take care of whatever the problem is the same day!
    • Weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual service plans available.

Specific Information

Facts: Rodents

Pest Entry: Mice and rats can enter through small openings in the foundation of a building, or can enter underneath doors that lack proper door sweeps. They are also excellent climbers and will use the pipes on the inside and outside of a building to make their way in. Mice can fit into very tight areas and can make it through holes as small as a 1/4″.

Environment: They are often found in basements and areas with lots of moisture like kitchens and bathrooms. Mice are such good climbers that they are also seen traveling to the upper floors of a building and creating nests on various floors, making them difficult to control. They must also find a food source and can often be found in areas where food is stored and prepared.

Reproduction: Rodents can reproduce very quickly and are difficult to control as a result. Mice reach sexual maturity in as little as two months and can have four to seven young at a time. This means that a population of mice may pop up almost out of no where, and become a problem quickly.

Health/Damage Concerns: Rodents have been known to spread a variety of diseases and can also bring other unwanted pest such as fleas, ticks and lice into the home. These pests are a big problem in New Jersey and cause issues throughout the state, especially in highly populated areas.

Home Remedies: The best home remedy for rodents is exclusion; preventing them from getting in inside in the first place. This often means sealing up gaps around pipes indoors and outside, putting mesh over gutters, and sealing up any cracks in the foundation of the building, among other things. This can be a difficult task, but it will be worth-while in preventing unwanted pest entry.

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Rodent Info from the CDC

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