Mice Extermination & Pest Control

Since rodents are mammals, what is lethal for them, is , similarly, hazardous to humans. For this reason there are no pest control tools that would drop mice or rats dead like flies, upon exposure.

For mice extermination and pest control, primarily, we employ the bait method. To this end, we deploy most effective formulations available from the leading rodenticide manufactures. These rodenticides are highly palatable and contain powerful active ingredients, to deliver lethality, via a single-feeding. Once, a mouse or rat has had a meal on the bait, it will expire within 4 to 5 days, henceforth.

Bait is usually placed inside/under cabinetry, behind appliances, furniture or other areas where it is likely to be found only by the rodents. The bait is deployed in tamper-resistant and lockable bait stations.

Below, you have a picture of FasTrack rodenticide which is a bait in block form.

The most common rodent invader is the house mouse. These rodents can correctly be described as a parasite of human dwelling as they love the refuge, shelter and food that they discover in our homes; never want to leave and remain inconspicuous so as to keep their intrusion hidden!

Mice are a nuisance, at the least and can pose significant health risks and damage to residential structures.

So, if these rodents find their way to our pantry, they can multiply quickly and become more than just a nuisance.

If you come across a situation where you are not sure if the droppings or damage is caused by mice or rats, we point out a few items that would help you to determine if you are dealing with mice or rats.

Other times, clients are not even sure if they are dealing with rodents or something else. Clients may hear noises behind drywall or observe some other disturbance such as a pile of saw dust or sand, etc. We list a few tell tale signs that indicate that you may be dealing with a mice or a rat issue.

This article from PestWorld also lists some very useful tips about how to deal with mice issues.

House Mouse


This is a house mouse caught in a glue trap in a garage in Ajax, Halton Region.

Mice like to Nest in the insulation behind our drywalls.

Mice and Rats feeding on the Bait.