As if mice invasions weren’t already bad enough, most people never even consider everything else that goes with them. Moreover, mice are dirty little creatures that multiply at an alarming rate. Having even just a few in your house one day can turn into hundreds of them in a matter of weeks. With each increasing generation come more problems and issues. Here are a few of the other unpleasant things that accompany these rodents:
There is a long list of nasty diseases and illnesses that mice carry with them, literally. The CDC’s website lists a number of concerning conditions that can be transmitted directly by mice. Among them are Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, rat-bite fever, tularemia, salmonellosis, and many, many others. None of these sicknesses is something that you would want anything to do with, nor anyone else in your family.
It’s not the only illness that you have to worry about mice bringing into and around your home. These little creatures are also a prime delicacy on many other animals’ menu. That means an excess number of mice on your property could lead to predators in search of food. For example, this might include snakes, owls, bobcats, as well as several other species. When they get wind of the hordes of mice residing in your property, you could end up battling a pest war on multiple fronts.
Something else to consider when you are facing down a mice infestation is the effects they will have on the house (or office) itself. Mice gnaw and chew through everything. Until you handle this problem your wiring, insulation, wood, metal, plastics, HVAC system, tubing, and any other building material are all at risk.
Here at Mice Mob Exterminators, we know all about the many problems that mice can cause. Don’t let even a small infestation of a few of them turn into something ugly and expensive. All you have to do is give us a call or visit us online to schedule an inspection. We can take it from there and we will make sure to rid your home of pests.
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