If you see one mouse in your Omaha, NE home than the chance of a larger rodent infestation is probable and the mouse control is needed. Mice are difficult to locate and eliminate because they live between your walls and floors and usually only come out at night to search for crumbs and food particles. Many times that means that the mice have even gotten into your food or your pets food, causing food born diseases such as salmonella.
We all agree, these bothersome mice are good for nothing, continually spreading disease and causing structural damage to properties. They often will chew through your electrical wiring to gather particles of nesting material for there own use causing fires. Omaha Pest Control provides reliable, affordable and effective pest control services for your home or business. Call us today at (402) 250-0425.
Omaha Pest Control has many successful years of experience controlling and exterminating rodents, these common problems in the Omaha, NE metro area.
Mouse Extermination In Omaha
Rodents are a common problem throughout the world and need controlled. Many homeowners try to take care of the problem themselves but many times are frustrated and unsuccessful. Call Omaha Pest Control at (402) 2500425 for your reliable, affordable and successful extermination needs.
Mice & Rats – Appearance And Behavior Differences
- Mice – Mice tail size equals the length of the body, which averages about 4 inches. The ears are big and nose is pointed. Mice live for about a year. Mice fear rats, so you may have one or the other: but not both. Rats will eat mice. Call Omaha Pest Control to inspect, exterminate, and control future rodent infestations.
- Rats – The rat’s tail is shorter than the head and body. The ears are close to the body and do not cover the eyes when bent forward. The eyes are small and the nose and muzzle are blunt. Rats usually live in underground burrows, but will inhabit wall voids. They feed on garbage, meat scraps, cereal grains, vegetables, and cat and dog food. Rats will dig undigested food out of cat and dog feces and eat it.
Are Mice And Rats Dangerous?
Both rats and mice are potentially dangerous. The deer mouse may transmit the Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome through contact with mouse carcasses. Micro droplets of mouse urine can cause allergies in children. Mice can also bring in fleas, mites, ticks, and lice into your home. Rats are known to carry diseases and they also damage and destroy food or property. Don’t let the mouse cause these problems and rule your house, Call Omaha Pest Control today at (402) 250-0425 to control the house mouse.
How Do You Get Rid Of Mice?
Getting rid of mice can be a tricky task as they are very elusive and nocturnal creatures. That’s why our Omaha Pest Control services provide the necessary products, and follow up visits. We recommend the following:
Omaha Pest Control will service a detailed inspection of the interior and exterior of your home is provide and followed with a targeted treatment of rodents where activity is present.
Quarterly interior/exterior or exterior-only services will be scheduled as part of your Omaha Pest Control maintenance program. If mice or rats return, so do we, for free.
How Much Does The Treatment Cost and When Can You Get Here?
Omaha Pest Control has standard prices for all of our rodent control services, based on the size of the home, and the amount of products used. We at Omaha Pest Control are 100% committed to helping you ASAP. In most instances, we can respond the same or very next day. Call us at (402) 250-0425.
Is The Rodent Control Treatment Safe?
Your home and family safety are at the top of our priority list, Omaha Pest Control uses the least amount of pest control material possible while still taking care of the problem. All products used are found to be effective and registered by the Environmental Protection Agency.