Mouse Control
Los Angeles
Ikill Pest Control Inc

Mouse control Los Angeles

The house mouse ("Mus musculus") is a major nuisance pest in Los Angeles. When you need mouse control in Los Angeles, the Ikill Pest Control team is the answer. We have rodent control experts ready to rid your home or business of these contaminant-spreading mice. 

How bad are mice in Los Angeles?

The house mice live and thrive in different environments inside and outside of homes in Los Angeles. With our weather, they have no problems thriving and increasing their population quickly. Unfortunately, the house mice can contaminate food-preparation surfaces with their feces, containing harmful substances. This is why rat and mouse control is a big part of our Pest Control in Los Angeles.

How Dangerous are mice?

The mice can carry harmful bacteria, diseases & viruses such as the Hantavirus. This virus can cause the deadly Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.

Hantavirus is carried in the mouse's urine, droppings, and saliva. Breathing in the virus particles can be fatal.

Mice can also carry several other diseases. These can include plague, hemorrhagic fever, salmonellosis, tularemia & leptospirosis, and more.

What are the first signs of mice in my home?

Seeing live mice is only one sign that you have mice. You will also see droppings and possible nests. The adult house mouse can squeeze through a hole the size of a dime so that they can get into your home very quickly.

What should I do if I have mice in my home?

If you notice any evidence of mice in your Los Angeles home, call the professionals at Ikill Pest Control. We will send our rodent control experts out to take care of the problem quickly and safely. Do not try to deal with the mice yourself, as you could be exposing yourself and your family to dangerous diseases.

Rodent Control in Los Angeles

Mice are a common problem in Los Angeles, as they thrive in our beautiful weather. If you have a mouse problem, call Ikill Pest Control. We have experts who can rid your home of these pests quickly and safely.

IKill Rodent Control for Los Angeles Mouse Infestations

A house mouse problem can get out of hand, which can happen fast. Although some people feel embarrassed that they have mice, do not worry.

We are not there to judge; we are there to take care of your mouse problem. However, the longer you wait to take care of it, the bigger the infestation will become, and you will have to deal with even more mice.

Rodent control is a serious business; these pests can spread diseases, bacteria, and viruses. If you notice any evidence of mice in your Los Angeles home, do not hesitate to call the professionals at Ikill Pest Control.

We are trained and prepared to take care of your mouse problem with the proper treatment plan.

Los Angeles mouse exclusion services

As a part of our famously effective rodent control services, Ikill Pest Control also offers mouse exclusion services. This means that we will seal off all entry points that the mice are using to get into your home to exclude mice from getting in.

We do this by using various exclusion materials and methods and even seal cracks that could be a mice travel path.

We will also check for ways they could enter through crawl spaces in our mouse proofing.

Mouse Traps for mouse control in Los Angeles

We will also trap the mice and remove them from your home. We will get rid of the mice safely and humanely, so there is no need to worry about any negative interaction during the process. When we do this for our customers, we aim to get all of the mice out fast— eliminating the problem at its source.

We won't just leave dead mice on the mice traps, either. We can remove the dead mice and apply fresh bait to continue to get rid of mice. Don't risk snapping your finger in those classic wooden snap traps; let the experts do the job for you.

We will place a proper amount of bait traps of different styles and even multiple capture live traps. So there will be enough traps with the proper placement to get rid of mice as fast as possible for you.

If you have mice in your home or business, give Ikill Pest Control a call today for all of your mouse control needs. We are here to help!

Rodent Baits for Los Angeles Mouse Control

Rodent baiting is another service that Ikill offers to control mice. We always use the best and the most effective rodent baits on the market, so you can be sure that Ikill will take care of your mouse problem quickly and efficiently.

Rodent bait can be dangerous and should not be considered a DIY project. However, there is quite a bit to consider, and our rodent experts are highly trained on the proper methods and proper bait stations to kill mice.

Reduce Mice Population with Mice Bait

One of the most trusted professional methods to reduce a mouse population is bait. We offer a variety of baits that will be sure to take care of your problem.

We also have bait stations that can be placed in strategic areas around your home or business to make sure that the bait is being taken where it needs to be.

What do Mice look like?

Mice are small, brown, and furry. They have short, hairless tails and small black eyes. They weigh between 1/2 an ounce and 1 ounce.

Adult mice can range from 3-4 inches long, not including the tail. Baby mice are called pups and are about 1/4 of an inch long when born. When the mouse is born, it is pink and hairless.

Mice can breed throughout the year, so it is essential to take care of any mouse problem as soon as you see the signs.

Know the difference between rats and mice)

Mice are smaller than rats. Often there is confusion about the key differences between these rodents since they share some characteristics and behaviors.

The most obvious difference is the size since a mouse is much smaller than a rat. However, there are also many other physical differences that you can see just by looking at them.

House Mouse Prevention services

House mice like to live in small, dark spaces where they feel safe. They can fit through a hole the size of a dime. We can prevent mice from getting into your home by having us come to inspect and seal off any possible entrances and using rodent-proofing materials.

Rodent Control in Las Angeles


 

Recognizing Mouse Infestations

Mice can be hard to spot, so knowing what to look for when you suspect a mouse infestation is essential. First, you will likely see small droppings around your home. This will usually take the form of small black droppings about the size of a grain of rice.

You may also see chewed-up food packages. With this, you might want to consider storing your food in glass or metal containers. You might also notice gnawed on wires or electric outlets that no longer work.

This can be dangerous! One tiny house mouse can cause a large house fire by shorting the electricity.

We know how to find mouse activity and how to eliminate the mouse populations with effective mouse control.

 

Inspection and identification of mice

Detecting mice activity should be considered as a critical part. The mouse traps and rodenticide bait need to be placed in a proper location. When we inspect for mice, we will look for urine marks and staining.

What attracts Mice to my house?

Mice will gather where food is plentiful, so they are often found in homes or buildings because of the kitchens. They are also attracted to houses with an abundant source of water inside or nearby.

With that being said, if you have dogs, cats, or other animals, it is best to put their food and water away when they are not eating or drinking, especially if you already have mice or the animals eat and drink their water outside.

Nesting materials

Mice will also seek out materials to use for their nests. This can include insulation, clothing, and other fabric items. They can also build nests out of paper, straw, and other materials.

You can help reduce the potential for a mouse infestation by keeping your home clean and free of clutter.

Shelter

In the wild, mice need to hide from predators and the weather. So they will seek out sheltered areas where they can feel safe. Indoors, they will look for spaces like inside of walls, pantries, cabinets, crawlspaces, attics, and basements.

Food that Mice will Eat

Mice are scavengers and these rodents will eat just about anything. They like to eat grains, fruits, vegetables, and meat. Unfortunately, they are also attracted to pet food, so it is vital to keep your pet food stored in a mouse-proof container, such as metal containers, to eliminate their food supply.

Sanitation

Keeping your Los Angeles home clean will go a long way toward keeping mice away. However, mouse droppings and urine stains can carry disease, so keeping these contaminants out of your home is important.

Ikill Pest Control offers a rodent clean-up and sanitation service. We will clean up and sterilize the rodent's nesting areas and more. In addition, our team of professionals will make sure to remove and decontaminate parasites and pathogens left behind.

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We strive for customer satisfaction, we don't come to your home or business just to do a half way good job, we are there to eradicate and prevent your pests to a level that you will want to join everyone else and give us a 5 star review!

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We know a lot about what we do, but if a professional does not listen to their clients, they will not get the job done right. That is why we listen.

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It is no wonder our customers choose us year after year. It is not uncommon to treat friends and families of our customers. When they see how good and professional our service is, they can't help but share.

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