The biggest problem with mice is that once your home is infested, you have a much higher risk of it becoming re-infested. That’s because other mice are attracted to the urine, droppings and oil scents left behind. At Nature’s Way, we don’t just get rid of the mice in your home, we keep them out for good! Using a variety of pest control methods, our mice extermination service both eliminates the current problem and prevents mice from gaining access to your home in the future.
We offer three levels of mice extermination and pest block protection, including one that comes with a lifetime warranty. Contact us for a free inspection and our experienced mice exterminators will evaluate your infestation and help you choose the best mice removal and pest block package for your home.
Our Mice Extermination Process
Step 1: Following a free inspection of your home to identify the pest problem and find the source, we use a combination of trapping and baiting methods to eliminate an active infestation and reduce the mice population on your property.
Step 2: If you add a pest block package, we use either expandable foam, copper meshing, hardware cloth and clear silicone to seal all entry points, or we custom-fit an impenetrable metal strip to seal the gap between the foundation and siding of your home.
Step 3: If you choose our lifetime warranty package, we strategically install rock bait stations throughout your property, and return monthly to service the stations, ensuring an uninterrupted supply of bait.
Get Started with a Free Inspection
If you need to a mice exterminator in Albany, Saratoga, Glens Falls or as far north as Plattsburgh NY, Nature’s Way can help. Call (518) 745-5958, or complete an online request for a free inspection. You can also contact our mice exterminators in Rutland, Burlington and throughout Western Vermont by calling (802) 855-2978.
These small slender rodents can fit into a hole the size of a dime. They have poor vision and are color blind, but their sense of smell, taste, touch and hearing are excellent. They are also good climbers, with inquisitive feeding habits and the ability to swim. Because their teeth constantly grow, their gnawing habits can cause a lot of damage. In fact, mice have even been known to start fires by chewing through electrical wires.
Mice also have the potential to transport ticks and diseases, including plague and the hantavirus, which attacks the lungs and kidneys. In addition, the average mouse will produce as many as 100 droppings per day, and urinate just as frequently, the latter of which contains allergens that can cause asthma and sinus inflammation.
A mature female mouse will birth 5 to 10 litters per year, each with approximately 10 mice, meaning a single mouse can produce 50-100 mice in a year. With year-round breeding and a gestation period of only 20 days, you can see how a small mouse problem can get out of control very quickly. If left untreated, it’s not uncommon for our mice exterminators to find entire attics and crawlspaces completely infested with mice, and contaminated with their droppings and urine. In many cases, a full attic cleanout is in order.
If you suspect you have a mouse problem, please contact us, so that we can provide you with a free inspection and advise you on the best treatment plan for your property.