The first step is to clean and seal up the home. Trash and debris should be removed from inside and outside the house. Pile lumber away from the house. Any food or feed should be stored in rodent-proof containers, such as steel trash cans.
Mice can enter a house through openings as small as a quarter-inch in diameter, Holes this size and larger can be covered with Stuf-fit Copper Mesh Exclusion Material available from the website. Holes where wires come into the house also should be checked.
The next step is to trap rodents already indoors. Traps should be placed close to walls, in dark places or behind objects where mice usually are seen. The Pest Control Store recommends Tin Cat® Repeating Live Catch Mouse Traps, Ketch-All® Multiple Catch Mousetraps, Mouse Glue Board Traps, Trapper® Snap Trap as well as standard economy wooden traps all available at http://www.thepestcontrolstore.com.
Once rodents are caught, the final step is to disinfect the area. Wear rubber gloves when spraying the traps with a disinfectant, then roll up the trap inside the piece of newspaper, double-bag and place it in the trash.
Peachtree Pest Control (http://www.peachtreepestcontrol.com) has been Protecting Health and Environment since 1976. Founded by Mr. Stephen M. Arnold, Peachtree has remained family owned and operated, with all of the customer care you would expect from a friend and neighbor.
From those humble beginnings, Peachtree Pest Control has constantly improved and expanded. They now have five offices in North Georgia (Norcross, Roswell, Morrow, Oconee, and Warner Robins) and two offices in South Georgia (Savannah and Brunswick). Over the years, they have expanded their base of services to include Pest Control, Termite Control, Mosquito Control, Lawn and Ornamental Service, Moisture and Fungus Control, Mold Treatment for New Construction, and Bioremediation Service.
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