Mouse Control in Utah
Your Panic Button for a Rodent Infestation
Imagine you’re hanging out at home, enjoying some downtime, when you suddenly discover an uninvited house guest. This one typically doesn’t call ahead.
The bad news is that, left untreated, they may be planning on a long stay.
We’ve all been there. You’ve seen one, you suspect there’s more, and your last thought as you fight to fall asleep is: “Just WHAT is living inside my walls?!”
On the upside, the situation may not be as bad as you imagine it. But other times, it’s worse! Mice breed rapidly and continuously, and a minor irritation can transform into a massive issue — almost overnight.
At Guardian Pest & Lawn, our Utah mice control experts receive ongoing training to ensure we stay up to date with the latest and most successful methods. Our work is guaranteed.
Multiple Mouse Sightings? Call Us Today!
Without exception, if you’ve seen more than one, your home needs to be serviced. Dealing with a mouse infestation should be a top priority, particularly for homeowners. Far more than an occasional nuisance, mice cause extensive damage to homes while often spreading a variety of preventable diseases.
The health risks are extensively documented. Because they carry parasites, that random rodent scurrying across your floor could pose a very real threat to you and your family. Mice spread disease to humans by direct contact with rodent feces, urine, and saliva or indirectly through ticks, mites, and fleas. You don’t want them near your kids.
You’ve also got your food storage to think about. Left unchecked, these critters consume and contaminate a fair amount of the world’s food supply — including the food supply right here in Utah.
So Where Are They Coming From?
Like other pests, mice thrive on proximity to people. Imagine receiving endless sustenance in the form of crumbs, garbage, and meal morsels replenished on the daily. If you eat, they eat.
Keep an eye out for any suspicious cracks or holes. Mice can invade the teensiest spaces in your walls and baseboards through even minuscule openings. That itty bitty gap could be a tiny entrance to the mousey superhighway.
When Should I Be on the Lookout?
Year round, but particularly during the winter. As mentioned, these unwanted critters love to attach themselves to a human dwelling. It makes sense that infestations occur more frequently during the cooler months as mice proactively seek shelter and food to survive the Utah winter.
How We Can Help
Guardian Pest & Lawn offers a team of technicians thoroughly trained in rodent habits, life cycles, and control methods. You can rest assured that you are receiving the best assistance possible in controlling the spread of mice in your home.
Your Utah mouse control technician will not only take the necessary measures to rid your home or business of the current infestation but, prior to beginning the work, they will inspect your complete premises and identify the areas where the mice are gaining access.
For a free quote, call (801) 225-6000.