Mice Removal At Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio
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Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Takes Great Pride In Our Effective Mice Removal Practices And Secondary Exposure Risk Is Very Low In Pets
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Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio, a division of Barnes Wildlife Control, welcomes you! Whether you’re looking for mice removal answers, would like to solve a mice removal problem, or just want to let us know how we did, you’ll find many ways to contact us right here. We’ll help you resolve your mice issues quickly and easily, getting you back to more important things, like relaxing with friends, family, or loved ones.
Jacob Barnes, General Manager And Owner of Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio, a division of Barnes Wildlife Control LLC
Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Mice Removal And Mice Extermination Services For Miami Valley
Mice removal prevents the health hazards that mice pose to humans. But, mice do more than spread diseases; they can cause damage to your home. Mice are not only a hazard because of gnawing on your electrical and your drywall; their urine and droppings can contaminate your insulation as well.
Of course, you want to keep mice out of your buildings. The preferred method of controlling mice from invading your home or business is to prevent them from getting into your buildings in the first place, which is what our mice removal experts do. Our mice exclusion process involves the removal of dead spaces, cracks, gaps, crevices, and other holes so mice will not be able to enter the home. Since mice can enter openings as small as the width of a dime, sealing gaps will deter them from making your basement, walls, and attic their free rent abode.
But once mice invade your home or business, expect their number to increase! Mice reproduce rapidly with a gestation period of 21 days and give birth several times a year with liters of more than ten pups. And with all these babies, mice can use some help which comes in the form of other females feeding each other’s babies, therefore lowering the death rates of the offspring—all the more reason to have a capable company using the latest state-of-the-art mice removal techniques.
And these unwanted house guests quickly adapt and become pretty comfortable and bold living with you. Our mice removal experts have seen these little critters behave almost like domesticated pets if you allow them free reign for an extended time.
Rest assured, our methods of removing and controlling mice from your Dayton, Ohio buildings are time-tested and 100% effective. We’ve removed thousands of mice from Miami Valley, Ohio buildings, so we have the experience to address any nuisance mice issue you might have, whether small or big.
When you call us at (937) 340-1867 and request help for your mice issues, you’ll speak with a member of our staff who will work out a mutually agreed on time so we can get a mice expert to perform an extensive mice inspection of your property.
Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Miami Valley Mice Removal Service Area
Montgomery County (Dayton), Greene County (Xenia), Preble County (Eaton), Clark County (Springfield), Miami County (Troy), Darke County (Greenville), Champaign County (Urbana), Shelby County (Sidney), Logan County (Bellefontaine), Butler and Warren counties (Middletown), Wayne County, Indiana (Richmond), Mercer County (Celina), and Auglaize County (Wapakoneta)
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Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio’s 3 Step Mice Removal Process Explained Without Boring You To Sleep
Building owners generally have a clue they have a mice problem when they observe them scooting around their living spaces, see mice droppings, or hear them move about within the walls of your home. More than likely you have one or possibly two types of mice in your home: the house mouse and or the deer mouse. Mice removal can be complicated but we’re not going to bore you with unnecessary details that most people never read and details better explained when we meet you in person. We can make the mice removal process easy to understand for you in 3 steps. So, let’s get to it.
Step 1 – Identification Of The Species
We will do a full inspection of your building and determine if you in fact have a mice problem. We use state-of-the-art technology like our motion-sensitive Reveal TACTACAM which sends images to our computers and cell phones. Once a mice infesation is confirmed we’ll provide and discuss with you some mice removal options.
Step 2 – Assessment Of Your Mice Infestation
Step 3 – Safe Removal Of The Mice
We will show you our evaluation of your mice problem, including photos. Our mice removal expert will explain the procedures used. Once you agree to our removal methods, our professional mice removal expert will put in place those procedures, then return regularly to assess the effectiveness, which we are sure will address your mice infestation.
After our Miami Valley Mice removal professionals have finished our 3 Step plan, we have one final step left we will discuss with you. Since you don’t want mice to return, you must control the mice population outside your home and buildings. Our technicians will review with you some mice control methods like habitat modification and the placement of bait-filled mice stations around the outside of your home. When mice eat this bait, they will die soon after that.
Our Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Dayton Mice Removal Team uses state-of-the-art trapping equipment to remove mice from your buildings. After removing mice from a building, we have all the necessary tools, equipment, and staffing to remove contaminated materials like mice droppings and soiled insulation safely. Our Hepa certified equipment safely filters materials out of your home, keeping your living spaces germ and bacteria-free, as well as blowing in high-grade mildew and mold resistant high R-Factor insulation.
If You Want Honesty, A Company That’s Licensed And Insured, Quality Work, And Customer-Centered Service Then You Want Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Addressing Your Mice Removal Conflicts
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After The Mice Removal Team has Done Their Job You May Need Our Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio Attic Restoration Team
After removing mice from a building, we have all the necessary tools, equipment, and staffing to remove contaminated materials like mice droppings and soiled insulation safely. Our Hepa certified equipment safely filters materials out of your home, keeping your living spaces germ and bacteria-free, as well as blowing in high-grade mildew and mold resistant high R-Factor insulation.
Because of hygiene, antibiotics, and nuisance mice exclusion programs, mice aren’t a threat as they once were. Still, mice are associated with a few diseases like hantavirus, salmonella, and lymphocytic choriomeningitis via their poop and pee, even if you don’t come into direct contact with them. Also, mice droppings can contaminate food, and more significant infestations may create unpleasant odors.
If we locate any form of contamination in your living spaces like your pantries, we will clean and sanitize those areas if you wish.
One of Miami Valley Mice Removal experts’ more significant problems encountered is mice droppings and urine throughout attic insulation. Keep in mind that having your home insulation contaminated with mouse poop and urine creates an unhealthy environment for you and your family.
Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio offers Attic Insulation Restoration services to remove mice-contaminated insulation, sanitize contaminated areas, deodorize the affected environment, and replace insulation.
Did You Know These Interesting Facts About Mice?
- There are 38 species of mice.
- Mice are everywhere, but mouse experts believe they came from Asia.
- A house mouse has a gestation period of 20 days and a deer mouse 27 days.
- A house mouse and field mouse can produce up to 60 babies per year, if not more.
- Mice living in your home generally sleep during the day and scurry around at night.
- The front teeth of a mouse continue to grow throughout its life. A mouse will chew on wood and other hard materials to keep its teeth from growing too long.
- Mice communicate by squeaking, moving their tail as a sign of anger, and laying their ears back when about to defend itself. Also, an alpha male mouse will remove hair from another mouse to show its dominance.
Our Wildlife Removal Dayton Ohio mice removal team services all your nuisance mice issues in the greater Miami Valley Region. Our professional staff, in the field and in the office, know the mouse removal process inside and out and will quickly and humanely resolve any nuisance mouse issue in your home or buildings.