Time for mice to make their way inside.

This time of year, when the nights start getting down right nippy, mice will be triggered to start seeking warmer shelter. If you could see an infra-red image of your home at night, it might look like a sun. Mice pick up on this easily, and start exploring, and looking for a way in.

Mice are only limited by the size of their skulls when they are trying to get into something. As long as their skulls can get through an opening, they can squeeze the rest of their bodies through. A general rule of thumb is this. If you can get a pencil through, then a mouse can get through. This presents a great challenge as many buildings by design have opportunities built into them for mice to access. And to boot, mice can chew their way in. https://www.pestworld.org/news-hub/pest-articles/fascinating-facts-you-never-knew-about-mice/

A thorough inspection around the perimeter of your home will help identify all the entry points possible. You may be shocked at just how many spots they can take advantage of or exploit. Once identified, they should be plugged to prevent the mice from getting in. Garage doors are an infamous location for mice to enter. A number of products on the market are available to help close these areas up. If you see a mouse or signs of mice in your home, then we can help. Call us at 603-424-1252 for a free consultation. https://www.garfieldpestcontrol.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=85&action=edit