Effective Rodent Control in 5 Steps : How to Do it Yourself and Remove Mice from Your Home

How do you remove mice from your humble abode; by following a plan!  The do it yourself 5 step plan is here!  Mice are sneaky, tricky, and hard to capture.  They enjoy a good chase, and are quick to learn.  For this reason, you can remove the easier and more curious mice from your home […]
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Mice in Insulation in Your Home’s Walls and Foundation

You may sometimes hear scurrying, or movement in your walls and down in the basement in your home, and most often that is mice in insulation in the walls and foundation in your house.  They love insulation!  It is warm, dark, usually the perfect humidity level for their needs.  Mice in insulation can be removed, […]
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Why a Cat is not the Best Mouse Trap

If you love cats, you may believe they are the best mouse trap you could possibly have, but the fact is, they are not really the best.  They do hinder mice from locating your home as the preferred habitat, but most house cats are well fed, and not too interested in pest management.  The best […]
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Christmas Mice

At our house, christmas mice have always been apart of the holiday celebrations-or, our holiday plans.  We have a home that was built in 1975, and it is in a quiet suburban area of Minneapolis and St. Paul.  The circle is a series of 9 homes, and we all are constantly evolving our pest removal […]
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Mouse Habits and Needs

Sleeping during the night, you are unaware of the mice in your home, eating, running, jumping, peeing and pooping.  If you change jobs, and end up being up during the night and sleeping during the day, they will adjust to your schedule.  Mice are very capable of adjusting to time schedules, if they find a […]
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Questions and Answers on Mice

How do they get in? Mice are expert Harry Houdinis.  They can slip through a small space that you may not consider a possibility.  They can crawl up pipes, as often there are great holes through cabinets, walls, and floors for easy entrance into your kitchen or home.  They will not live in your attic […]
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