Mice only need a 1/4 inch gap to gain access to your home or business. Our technicians will inspect your entire home – both inside and out – in search of any rodent activity. Other than seeing a mouse, common signs of activity include marks from gnawing, tracks, holes, and droppings.
Types of Rodents in Wisconsin
Types of Rodents
Prevention is our #1 focus when it comes to rodent control. If holes or openings aren’t closed, you will continue to have mice problems. Our technicians will seal up any entry points with heavy-duty sheet metal or wire mesh to prevent future rodent entry.
Sometimes mice can get trapped inside your home after we’ve sealed the exterior. Therefore, we will set up mouse traps to catch any mice that may have been sealed inside. We also will place bait stations around the exterior to help control the mice population in your area.
With our cold Wisconsin winters, your home will shift and create new openings for mice. Our technicians will re-inspect your home and refill bait stations to keep your home protected from rodents all year with our quarterly checks.
Our customers are our #1 priority! At Advanced Wildlife Control, we want to make sure your pest problems are resolved in a timely manner. Therefore, our AWC professionals can typically provide same-day or next-day service. We also do not require any contracts for our customers! You are free to cancel at any time!
Frequently Asked Questions
While rodents have the reputation of gathering in unclean places, having rodents in your home does not mean that your home is unsanitary. Mice and rats are scavengers. They will diligently look for sources of food and shelter wherever they can. If your home or office foundation provides gaps or holes, there is a good chance that mice have entered and are living inside, regardless of cleanliness.
Yes! Rodents are not only a nuisance but can cause serious damage to your home or office. They can also cause health issues.
- Structural damage to buildings from their gnawing
- Ruined insulation from their nesting
- Fires or other damage and malfunctions to larger appliances from chewing on wires
- Lawn damage (vole are the main culprit for this)
- Transmit diseases like salmonella or ringworm
Controlling rodents can be very difficult since they can enter your home through the smallest of cracks and crevices. Eliminating food sources (like bird feeders, gardens, pet food, garbage cans) can help reduce rodent problems. If elimination isn’t possible, try to store such items in thick plastic totes. This can prevent the rodents from feeding on these items. For bird feeders, try to place these items farther away from your home.
Give Advanced Wildlife Control a call if mice or rats have already entered your home. Our technicians will eliminate your rodent problems and seal up any possible entry points.
Successful rodent control requires ongoing maintenance and exclusion methods, especially in Wisconsin. Our cold winters cause our homes to shift each year, creating new openings for mice. Therefore, leave the rodent control to the professionals at Advanced Wildlife & Pest Control. Our pest management technicians are well-equipped to handle any rodent problem. Your #1 Choice for Rodent Control in the Milwaukee Metro Area.