Pet store mice and the ones infesting your home are two entirely different creatures. The latter needs to be identified quickly and addressed completely, or your home could become a breeding ground for a rodent infestation that’s out of control.
Specializing in more than just insects, ANT’s Complete Pest Control is also your authority on rodent removal in Wisconsin. We’ll help you understand the extent of your rodent infestation and can tailor a plan that eliminates the problem and keeps it from coming back. Best of all, we work quickly to protect your home from rapidly-expanding rodent colonies, saving you hundreds or thousands of dollars in home repair costs.
Mice do more than just scurry around scaring the faint of heart. They spread bacteria and disease, chew through electrical wiring and insulation, contaminate your food, leave behind unsanitary droppings and much, much more. Eliminating them from your home or workspace needs to be a top priority.
Signs of Rodent Infestation
Rodents may hide in tiny nooks and crannies, but when their infestation starts to grow, their signs become undeniable. As these signs become apparent, it’s a good idea to have a professional exterminator do a comprehensive sweep of your home, to look for definitive signs of an infestation. Here are a few crucial identifiers to look out for:
- Chew marks and holes in food items
- Claw marks or scratches on hardwood floors or walls, especially around baseboards
- Rodent droppings in corners or along baseboards
- Strange pet behavior, such as staring at walls or whining
- Skittering or scratching noises coming from behind walls or in ceilings
Get Rid of Mice for Good
To have mice removed from your home or business and appropriate measures taken to prevent them from coming back, be sure to contact ANT’s Complete Pest Control. We provide rodent extermination services that eradicate your problem once and for all—no matter how big it is.
Contact us today at 608-797-4051 to schedule a free inspection and consultation to learn more about our approach to rodent control in Wisconsin.