A small scampering creature, the mouse relies on its senses of smell and hearing rather than sight to find its way around. It uses its nose to track food and to follow scent paths. Its hearing is particularly attuned to high tones. The most commonly known of the mice is the house mouse. It grows to about 8 inches long from nose to the tip of the tail. Its naked, scaly tail is about half of its body length. Its fur is brown or gray. Two mice can produce up to 16,000 droppings in a six month period.
We inspect for access holes and nesting sites. We will place either bait stations or bait packs containing a poison bait throughout the basement area. Also in key areas of the house, such as under the kitchen sink, behind the stove, refrigerator, dishwasher or other areas where droppings have been found or mice have been sighted or heard gnawing.
People and pets should not come in contact with or eat the bait. If someone touches the bait make sure that they wash their hands with soap and water. If the bait is ingested, call your local poison center immediately. Have the packet or bait station with label handy. E.P.A. information on these items will be needed.
What to Expect
You must give the bait 14 days to become fully effective. After this period sweep up all droppings. If within seven (7) additional days new droppings are found or if you are still seeing/hearing mice please call us. We may need to replenish the bait.
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