Going Far Beyond the Traditional Trap and Cheese
Mice are very curious by nature. If they see something they like, they’ll make themselves right at home. Nice for them—but not so nice for you!
If mice are nesting in your space, it’s important to treat them as soon as you know they’re there. Mice reproduce very quickly and, before you know it, one mouse here or there can become dozens! Mice also can carry a number of diseases and pose health risks for everyone in your home or business.
Here at Wingman, we follow a three-step approach to safely and efficiently remove mice.
Before removing the mice, we need to know how they’re getting in. That’s why the very first step is an incredibly lengthy and detailed inspection of both the interior and exterior of the home or business. From there, we can determine where the mice are entering and nesting. Mice generally don’t venture far from their nests, so we’ll use these locations to set a combination of traps and rodenticide bait stations. This eliminates the existing population.
We build an inspection report for you to look at so you can see exactly what we see. Our reports are thorough with itemizations for specific areas and a price associated to that specific area. We also include plenty of photographs, so you can be right there with us when we look at your attic or roof.
During our exclusion project on your home or business, we seal up the existing entry points and potential entry points. Even if the openings aren’t being used, we’ll seal them up to prevent the mice from adjusting and gravitating to other areas. Typical areas mice use are: ridge vent, roof returns, gable vents, pipe penetrations, and foundation gaps.
…And that’s it! Once we have sealed down the home, future populations of mice are blocked from entering. However, some mice are locked inside as well. After 3 weeks, the mice that are inside should have had plenty of time to find our rodenticide applications, thus ridding your structure of mice, present and future!
If your business has experienced a mouse problem, there are probably more rodents in the neighborhood. To protect your property, we suggest ongoing baiting using subtle bait stations along the exterior of the structure.