Rodents

Don’t Move In Before You Do a Mouse Check!


The last thing you want to deal with when settling into your new home is a mouse infestation. Since these small pests can be sneaky, you might need to do some sleuthing to find out if there are any in your new house or apartment. Find out how to tell if you need NJ pest control services for a mouse problem.

Keep an Eye Out for Droppings

One of the sure signs of a mouse infestation is the presence of droppings. You might find these droppings in the corners of rooms in your new home, which is where mice tend to feel safer rather than out in the open. Inspect the corners of each room before moving all of your furniture and other belongings in.

Make Note of Gaps and Holes

Mice are good at finding easy ways to get into homes in NJ. This usually means squeezing through small cracks, gaps and other openings in your home. Mice are small enough to fit through openings that are a quarter inch in size, so make sure you take a good look around. If you find any openings, have them sealed up. Doing so makes it harder for mice to get into your home.

If you have a mouse problem in your home, our NJ pest control services can help. Contact Allison Pest Control, so our technicians can remove these rodents from your home.

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