Mice and rats are capable of transmitting diseases through their hair, droppings, and urine while causing a great deal of damage to a home or business.
While a common mouse trap will probably work well to capture a mouse, it’s likely not strong enough to work on rats, particularly roof rats which prefer a high area. If your mouse trap hasn’t captured anything for a few days, relocate it to a new spot. Mice tend to nest near food sources. They prefer grains and cereals, but aren’t too selective and will eat just about anything. Since mice don’t hibernate, they find shelter during the fall and winter. That shelter could be your home on Gold St or Avalon St, near agricultural areas and feed lots. If you’ve tried everything, but still haven’t managed to get rid of rodents, try us today.