Greenville Wildlife and Animal Removal

Are There Mice on Your Roof?

A South Carolina house mouse moves into the home so as to look for shelter and for food. Also, they come in when the temperatures fall and when there is heavy rainfall in the area. They can bring about lots of damages including:

• Chewing of electrical wiring
• Chewing on the buildingmaterials
• Contamination of food
• Transition of diseases

Presence of mouse feces is a great indication that there is a rodent issue within the South Carolina home. Other signs include things like urine stains, gnawing, dead mice, nests, rub marks, sounds, odors, burrows and tracks.

The checklist
The first thing to do is to inspect the roof carefully forany signs that there is South Carolina rodent activity. Mice occupy a very limited area and they use the very same pathways all the time. They leave dirty and natural oils that are on their body to serve as smear marks as they run on objects creating trails. You should also take a walk in the garden and all around the home. This allows you to see any of the conditions that could possibly be attracting the Greenville mice into your home like weeds, bird feeders, pet food. Debris of wood, compost bins and even bins without lids that are secure.

You need to check all the entrances within the home and seal them off. Also, reduce all the conditions that may be favoring and encouraging the South Carolina mice to get to yourhouse. Ensure that you fit bins with leads and clean them in a periodic manner. Seal all openings and breaks where mice can be able to squeeze in even the ones that seem too small.

Dealing with mice on the roof
When you mouse proof the home, it is time to deal with the infestation already in place, there are different kinds of traps that are very ideal foe the roof area. Make sure that the traps are not in open places. In conspicuous locations can be idea. Also, the inquisitive nature of the Greenville mice should make the job much easier. After you catch the mice, you should have them relocated to places where they may be able to survive. There are also those who use the snap traps. Proper disposal of dead South Carolina mice should be done to avoid contamination and odor. As we all know this fact that wild animals can’t be kept as pets, even then many of us have them at our home deliberately or sometimes, unfortunately! This is the reason why, we all need a service to help us in getting rid of these wild animals if we are failed to do so by our own.

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