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Mice Removal – Alpha Wildlife Columbia

Mice Removal Columbia

Rats and mice in your living area? They can chew on your food, contaminate your food and property, chew on wires and anything in your home, and spread disease to your children, pets and anything they touch or urinate on in your home! It’ important to get them out asap!

Homes have openings in them that lead into a house, and this is where rats, mice and wildlife find their way in. For instance, the power supply for the stove has a wire that goes into a wall and right up to the attic. The same with a washer and dryer, and there could be several holes leading from outside your home to inside. All of these holes should be properly sealed with metal flashing to prevent future intrusions.

Rats and mice can also enter your home through pipes and drains. They also like to live in dark corners of closets, around your fireplace, around pipes going to hot water heaters and furnaces, etc. You should also seal outdoor buildings and garages to prevent rodents from entering. Rats and mice can contaminate everything they touch with their feces and urine! 

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    Mice Can Cause Electrical Wire Damage

    Over time, Mice chewing on electrical wires can cause a short in them, electrical outages and fire hazards. Mice like to gnaw and we’ve seen them chew on security system, tv and internet wires in attics and cause fires.

    Mice Can Destroy An Attic

    Rat Removal & Extermination in Nashville TNMice can cause a lot of destruction in attics, and also cause a health hazard. Mice release biohazard droppings by the thousands, trample down and scratch insulation and wiring, and urinate on attic insulation and other items stored in your attic. Mice can gnaw on plumbing and cause water damage too!

    Mice Destroy Eaves & Roofing on Your Home

    Mice love to gnaw on eaves. This provides them the opportunity to chew holes large enough to gain access into your home. Once they are in your home, they leave urine and droppings everywhere, sometimes give birth, and chew on wires, pipes, and anything in your attic.

    Mice In Your Air Ducts 

    Rodents often chew on, take shelter in, or bite off materials from heating and cooling ventilation systems to make their nests. If you find evidence of this, contact a professional rodent exterminator like Alpha Wildlife so they can rid the area completely of any rodent contamination.

    Mice Can Nest in Your Vehicles

    Yes, it’s true! Most often this is found in areas where Mice are common. Mice like to nest on car or truck engines and campers. If you suspect this, do something quickly because if they haven’t already, they will chew on some of the electrical system in your vehicle and cause expensive damage! If you see any nesting debris on your vehicle engine, remove it. Mice trapping and prevention in your neighborhood should help this problem as well.

    Mice Removal Columbia –  Alpha Wildlife

    Make sure to choose the Columbia wildlife removal experts you can count on – Alpha Wildlife! To learn more about our Mice removal and prevention services in the greater Columbia, SC area, follow us on Facebook, YouTube  or call us at (803) 638-8779. Contact our Mice removal experts to learn more!

    Alpha Wildlife offers wildlife removal in the greater Columbia, SC area

    This includes the following counties: Lexington, Richland, and the Greater Columbia area . Call  (803) 638-8779 now!

    1. Trapping

    After detecting the wildlife and the area, we will come up with a trapping solution that is efficient and ethical.

    2. Prevention

    Once we have removed the wildlife from your property, we make sure strategies are in place to prevent the problem from repeating.

    3. Repair

    If any damage was made to your property prior to trapping, we will come up with a solution to handle any repairs.

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