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MICE CONTROL SERVICES IN MA AND NH

Mouse Control is super easy with Identify Pest Control by your side! If you discover unusual droppings or hear strange scratching sounds at night. If you suspect mice, it’s best to call the experts at Identify Pest Control right away!

Like all of our pest services, our mice control service is quick yet 100% effective while being safe for the whole family and the environment!

Signs of a Mice Infestation

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Droppings

The first sign of a mouse infestation is their droppings. Mice leave droppings behind every 5-10 steps. You may see tiny "Tik Tak" sized droppings brown or even green in color.

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Noises At Night

Mice are nocturnal creatures. They will be most active at night as they look for food and navigate their way through your home.

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Chew Marks

Because their teeth never stop growing, mice can chew through electrical wires, solid wood, hard plastic, and even metal.

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Sightings

Always on the lookout for food, mice will chew through food storage containers or even solid wood to find food.

What you should know about mice

Mice are classified as rodents, meaning that their front teeth (incisors) never stop growing.

To keep their incisors trim, mice need to constantly chew on things. This could be brick, fabric, food or really anything around your property.

Aside from food, these small critters will chew a hole straight through your wall if they need to.

Holes as small as a nickel could be an entry point for mice, because they have the ability to squeeze their bodies into incredibly tight spaces.

Once they get inside, there’s a risk of contracting diseases transmitted through mouse droppings or urine, bites or tainted food such as:

Hantavirus

Salmonella

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV).

House-Mouse

HOUSE MOUSE

House mice prefer being outdoors but will venture inside for shelter, water, or food. Five to seven inches in length, they are white, gray, brown, or black, with light-colored underbellies and toes. Mostly nocturnal, they will run around during the day to look for food. Females produce a litter of approximately 4 babies up to 13 times each year. House mice can contaminate food and spread disease.

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FIELD MOUSE

Also known as the meadow vole, this eight-inch mouse is gray-brown. It has small eyes and ears, and fat bodies. Field mice nest on the ground and are proliferate reproducers. Where there is one there are likely hundreds. Because they eat leaves and fruit, they can cause great damage to yards, gardens, and fruit trees.

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DEER MOUSE

Deer mice can be 6.6 inches long. They are brownish-gray with white feet and bi-colored tails. Their prominent ears resemble tiny leaves. They live in deserts, forests, and on open land. They nest on or near the ground in rocks, burrows, or brush piles, but will move indoors for food. The average litter size is four and they reproduce several times a year. Deer mice carry the Hantavirus and Lyme disease.

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WHITE FOOTED MOUSE

 A white footed mouse is a small rodent with large, black eyes, large ears, and long, coarse whiskers.   The color usually ranges from grayish to reddish-brown above, often with a darker band down the center of the back.   The feet, lower part of the face, and the undersides are white, which sharply contrasts from upper color. Sparsely furred tails have a darker upper half and lighter lower half but do not have a sharp contrast between the two surfaces.   Tails are about one-half the total length of the body and lack a tuft of hairs at the tip.

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HOW TO GET RID OF MICE

Mice may look cute to some, but let’s make no mistake – they can and will cause havoc in your home while spreading serious disease & multiply rapidly! You need Identify Pest Controls Mice Removal Service!

CALL IDENTIFY PEST CONTROL RIGHT AWAY

If you think that you have mice in your home, give us a call right away. We’ll be over within 24 hours or less to take a look free of charge! 

FREE IDENTIFY PEST CONTROL INSPECTION

Once you call us, we’ll come over quickly to take a look and do a thorough inspection of your home inside and out. 

TREATMENT

Once we throughly inspect your home, we’ll come up with a comprehensive plan to rid your home of unwanted intruders and prevent them coming back.