Mice Control

Queen Creek AZ

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Queen Creek AZ Mice Control

Mice only need a hole the size of a dime to gain entry into your home, which means if you’re not diligent about sealing up gaps around your house, you could be facing an infestation. You may be clued into a mouse invasion if you have spotted chewed wires, droppings, and sounds within your walls. They are active all year long, as they seek shelter and food in homes.

Sometimes you may see a live mouse scurry across the floor. Either way, don’t bother with traps, as this could take a while, and time is something you don’t have. Mice can reproduce at an alarming rate, giving birth to between five and 10 litters per year. Females can mate immediately after giving birth, giving way to a second litter in just 25 days after the first.

It’s best to call an experienced Santan Valley pest control technician who is well-versed in mice control throughout Arizona.

Common Mice in AZ

From house mice to deer mice, there are many different types of mice that can plague homes and businesses. Here’s a look at the most common in the Mesa area.

House Mouse

A common indoor invader, the house mouse is quite bold and will invade your home by any means necessary, gaining access through holes no bigger than a dime as they search for food and shelter.

They like to make their nests in walls, attics, old storage containers, drawers, and floors. They will seek out quiet spots, gnawing through wood and other materials to find the perfect place to settle down. Because they can squeeze through tight openings and are always on the run if they feel threatened, they’re tough to pin down.

Your pantry is especially vulnerable to mice infestations, as they seek food to feed their babies and the rest of their families. Once they get into your food sources, they can leave their waste behind, with no concern where they defecate and urinate. The harmful pathogens they spread can make you sick, so it’s vital to get an infestation under control as soon as possible.

Deer Mouse

Deer mice can carry hantavirus, spread by inhaling dust particles tainted by feces, urine or saliva. They make their nests in cavities in trees and burrows outdoors, while preferring storage boxes and drawers of cabinets when indoors. You will mostly find these mice in rural spots. While nocturnal, they are occasionally active in the early evening.

With bulging eyes and large ears, they only weigh a few ounces and measure about five inches long. Their tail is usually shorter than their head and body, and they are covered in soft fur with white, brown, red, black or gray coloring depending on the species.

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Where Do Mice Hide?

Mice are agile and adaptable, and therefore can thrive in a variety of conditions around your home. They typically leave signs as to their presence, such as droppings or gnawed-on material like paper, wires, ducts, and PVC pipes.

You will find them in the following locations:

Whether you’ve spotted a mouse scampering across the floor or you see signs of activity, such as droppings, nip the problem in the bud with All Clear Pest Control. Please call us at 480-779-7378 or complete our online form. We specialize in mice control throughout Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler and Florence AZ.

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