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Mice are highly adaptable rodents that can survive in nearly any environment. They can squeeze through openings as small as a dime, climb well, jump far, and run fast. They are extremely wary and possess good eyesight, an excellent sense of smell, and great hearing. They are flexible in living habits and are omnivorous. Due to all of these factors, they are able to survive almost anywhere, and they absolutely thrive in urban environments like Katy.

 

If you need mouse control in the Katy area, call All-Safe Pest & Termite. Let us be your local company for pest control in Katy.

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Clear Signs Of Mice In Your House

The chances of an eventual encounter with mice in your home are high. Because of this, it is good to be able to recognize the signs of a mouse infestation. Here are some ways to tell if you may have a mouse infestation:

  • Holes chewed in stored food: Mice are very exploratory, and when they invade a pantry, they will chew small holes in food containers to see what is inside them. If you find food strewn around your food storage areas or holes in containers, you have mice.
  • Mouse droppings: You'll often find mouse droppings, which look like small, dark grains of rice, near food sources. The longer mice are in your house; the more noticeable they will be. If you find droppings like these near your stored food, you have mice.
  • Holes chewed in walls: Mice tend to chew holes in walls to ease their passage between different rooms and between walls. If you find unexplained holes in walls and storage bins, it clearly indicates mice are inside.
  • Mouse trails: While finding dead or living mice in your home is an obvious sign of a mouse infestation, mouse trails and mouse hair near food sources are also obvious indications. 

Mouse infestation signs are a great way to tell if you have mice in your home. Once you know that mice are present, All-Safe Pest & Termite wants to be present to help you get rid of them. Contact us today because we know exactly how to get rid of mice.

Can Mice In My Home Really Make Me Sick?

Mice certainly can make you sick. The problem stems from the fact that mice are highly interested in areas like garbage dumps, carcasses, and sewers. They can get exposed to things like hantavirus, leptospirosis, salmonellosis, and tularemia. When mice enter your house, they can spread these to your counters, dinnerware, food stores, and furniture, and you can contract an illness simply by having contact with things in your home.


Don't risk your family's health with a mouse infestation. All-Safe Pest & Termite knows how to keep mice away, and we can help you. Call us today.

Natural Prevention Tips For House Mice

Here are some easy mouse prevention suggestions to help decrease your chances of encountering mice in your home:

  • Tightly seal outside garbage. Mice gravitate to waste.
  • Seal your home. Do a good job because mice can fit through very small spaces.
  • Clean up clutter. Mice love to hide and forage in clutter.
  • Tightly seal inside food stores. Open food draws mice quickly.
  • Clean counters and floors. Mice will readily explore dirty areas for food opportunities.

These tips can help minimize the chances of a mouse infestation, but once they're in, it's tough to get rid of them all on your own. If you have a mouse problem, All-Safe Pest & Termite is in your corner. Call us today, and let us show you the best way to get rid of mice.

Contact The Pros At The First Sign Of Mice In Your Home

All-Safe Pest & Termite technicians are your professionals for all your Katy rodent control needs. Call us today. We can help you with any pest infestation you may have. 

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