Questions to Ask Your Exterminator

If you’re like many people, chances are the idea of mice scuttling around your house makes you feel downright uneasy. House mice are not only invasive, but can also transmit diseases such as Hantavirus and salmonella through their droppings. If you see one mouse in your house in Chicago, there is a high likelihood that there are many others where it came from. By enlisting the services of a mouse exterminator, you can reduce the health risks associated with mice along with the structural damage they can do.

Be sure to ask your mouse exterminator what their plan is to thoroughly eliminate mice from your house, rather than just remove them temporarily. Find out if they offer a guarantee on their services, and what their policies are if you should happen to see mice again. A good exterminator should be able to eliminate the scent trail along with the nests where the mice make their homes. They should also disinfect all of the germs and bacteria that a mice infestation leaves behind.

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