What to expect from your mice control
The mouse infestation treatment is usually handled in one major visit from a pest controller. Keep in mind that this service is not hourly-based and the specialist will stay until he is done. Here is a breakdown of the process.
- Inspection of the property
- Sealing all rodent-size holes
- Setting the baits
Before the actual treatment, the mouse exterminator will carefully inspect the property. Every pest control service begins with an inspection. The goal is to find all entry points that are used by the rodents. He will notify you if the mice have caused any substantial damage that might need to be fixed by a handyman.
It is essential to block the cavities and holes that the mice are using. The specialist will patch them with expanding foam, wool wire and special sealants. Please note that only rodent-size holes can be sealed. Anything larger should be handled by a proper handyman.
When the place is fully sealed and access is cut, there might be some mice that are now trapped indoors. That is why the technician will set a bunch of baits on strategic places and maybe leave a single way out for treated rodents to get out through.
We follow a similar procedure for the rat control service, as well.