New Hampshire House Mice

Mice are intelligent little creatures, and also speedy and quick to repopulate. They can cause a great deal of damage as soon as they get inside (or even outside). Their favorite areas are attics and walls, so it's important to make sure you've gotten rid of the entire mouse population or else the problem may return. Critter Control of New Hampshire knows what to look for in a mouse habitat. If you suspect you have unwelcome rodent visitors, call our office at 603.424.7452 or fill out our contact form here.

How To Keep Mice Out

  • Get rid of mice in New HampshireMice will often nest near a warm place, such as near your central heating unit, so this is one place to check if you suspect they are in your home.
  • Live trapping, which Critter Control checks on a regular basis
  • Cleaning homes regularly
  • Sealing cracks in building foundations
  • Eliminating clutter in attics and basements, keeping food stored in airtight and rodent-proof containers
  • Removing collections of debris in yards

Frequent Mouse Issues

  • Mice cause a lot of issues when they contaminate food storage.
  • They can damage crops by digging them up or eating them.
  • Because they spend a lot of time in unhygienic places like dumpsters and sewers, they will have picked up a number of diseases that can infect you and your loved ones, including salmonellosis, leptospirosis, rat-bite fever, and tapeworms.
  • They leave incredible amounts of feces and urine.
  • They chew on soft items like books, and also foundations of homes.

Mouse Trapping & Removal Services

However small they may be, mice are actually not as inconspicuous as you might think. It's important to contact Critter Control's expert technicians as soon as you notice a concern. We will address the problem promptly and thoroughly. We only use humane methods that are safe for everyone involved.  We will help you get rid of mice problems in your home.  Call today: 603.424.7452.

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House mice are some of the most common pests in the world, contaminating food and causing all sorts of damage, as well as carrying many diseases. Since their numbers grow quickly, house mouse infestations must be addressed at the first sign of activity.
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