Phoenix Rodent Control & Removal, Mouse in Attic or Walls.
Rodent Removal and Mouse Control in Phoenix,
Glendale, Scottsdale, El Mirage, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Tolleson, Liberty, Guadalupe, Sun City, Paradise Valley, Chandler, Gilbert, Peoria, Buckeye, Queen Creek, Fountain Hills, Tempe, Anthem, Avondale, Apache Junction, Surprise, New River, Cave Creek, Carefree, Ahwatukee, Sun Lakes, and Mesa, Arizona.
Phoenix rodent control and mice removal is a common service provided by wildlife control operators. Rodent Removal is a common problem throughout the cities of Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Peoria, and Glendale Arizona.
Two mice can become hundreds within a year when left unchecked. They have the ability to contaminate all the food in a given area in a matter of weeks. Because of their size, they can fit through a small opening the size of a nickel. This includes the attic, walls, underneath foundations, and within furniture.
A Mouse will live almost entirely on the food and water provided by the home or business owner. The first step in controlling a rodent infestation is by limiting their food source. However, there is such a wide variety of things they can eat, this may not be enough.
COMMON PROBLEMS THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH HAVING MICE IN YOUR HOME:
- Mice in attic
- Mice droppings
- Mice chewing holes in attic screens, tearing up insulation
- Mice is sheds & Crawlspaces
- Mice contaminating food stores
- Mice in walls
SOME IMPORTANT FACTS TO CONSIDER:
- Mice are tiny, weighing about 1/4 of an ounce
- Their Feces are blackish and have a strong, musty smelling odor.
- These small rodents only need an opening about a ¼ of an inch in size to crawl through.
- Mice have excellent senses which include: vision, hearing, smell and touch.
- They are rapid breeders. They can conceive about six to ten litters per year with five to ten babies per litter.
WHERE YOU CAN FIND THEM WHEN THEY ARE HIDING:
- In Insulation (Walls, Ceilings, Etc.).
- In attics or crawl spaces
- Under or behind furniture, cabinets, counters, showers, bathtubs and appliances.
- Around furnaces, hot water heaters, and AC Units.
- In stored boxes, paper or clothing
- In and around trash/garbage cans.
Note: A Mouse will only travel a maximum of 30 feet from their nest to collect food, and prefer to travel much shorter distances when and if possible. With this being the case, if you hear movement within the walls in different parts of the property, you probably have more than one. Call Arizona Wildlife Control today at (602) 618-0284 before the mice multiply!