Mice/Rodent Removal and Facts
Rodents have existed for over 2 Million Years
Rodents consume or contaminate 1/5 to 1/3 of the world’s food supply valued at over 30 Billion dollars (Annually)
Rodents gnaw on wires, pipes, gas lines which has and can have disastrous results
Its not uncommon for Airlines to spent over $700,000/Year in fixing wires gnawed by rodents on planes
In 1996 the internet was shut down due to the gnawing of rats on wires in California
Rodents carry many diseases and pathogens; and can be transmitted via direct contamination to food and water and by urine and feces.
Mice can excrete 40-100 droppings a day and 1000’s of micro droplets of urine.
Salmonella bacteria can be recovered in mouse feces up to 86 days old.
A mouse has a litter on average of 5-6 mice and 42-60 offspring in a year.
A mouse can live for up to two years under favorable conditions.
*Above information extracted from the Mallis handbook of pest control 10th edition
Our Rodent control program is a thorough inspection to understand level of infestation and entry points. We then develop the safest, most appropriate and cost effective control program.
We are inspecting for burrows, runways, grease marks, feces, urine stains, rodent odors and gnawing damage.