Mice love to chew into your food, and they especially love to let their bodily functions flow while they're helping themselves. It's easy enough to spot their hotspots because they leaves such a large unwiped mess behind them - about 40-100 droppings per mouse!
Like your beloved pets, mice carry parasites like fleas and ticks into the house in their fur, but they also spread a lot of diseases - salmonella, lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV), rickettsia pox, endemic typhus and leptospirosis - through their droppings. Air dust can mix with the feces to spread Hantavirus, an element thought to trigger Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS).
Some signs of mice in your home are:
No matter how many things you do to keep mice out of your house, they can smell food and wiggle their
way through walls and doors like veritable Houdinis. Poison only leaves your house stinking worse than a
teenage boy's BO, and using traps means that someone has to empty them (insert your name here). You can use live bait traps too,
but again, some lucky person with your name has to head into the woods to release them and hope one doesn't run up
your jeans leg in the process. Or ... you could turn the problem over to us. We have years of experience doing this
kind of pest control, and our certified mice extermination specialists are ready for your call.
MiteBuster's mice exterminators in NJ know how to stop these pests from claiming your home as theirs.