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Professional Mice & Rodent Exterminator Company

Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia

Mice and rodents are very dangerous in many different ways. They can transmit many diseases and infections from breathing air that is contaminated with their droppings and urine, through direct contact with feces and urine, and through bites.
They are also major vectors of parasites like fleas and ticks. They can cause allergic reactions especially in children. Add to that the danger posed by chewing through wires and building materials and they pose a serious threat in the Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia areas. Once they are established they can breed quickly and be difficult to exterminate. Eradication is dangerous and should be left to a professional rodent control company.

Click to view our pest control programs that protect against rodents and other pests year round! However, if you have an existing rat or mice infestation our expert pest exterminators can resolve it safely so call us today!
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  • One-time service or annual contract based on your needs
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  • Insulation replacement
  • Deer mouse and house mouse eradication programs
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Mice and Rodent FAQ's

What areas do you service?

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What is the average cost for a mice exterminator in the MD, VA, WV area?
What is the cost for a home mouse inspection?

Professional mouse control and extermination costs vary depending on the market, the service type, the size of the infestation, and if there is a warranty provided. Average costs for a one-time mouse exterminator are about $150-$450. Annual recurring General Pest Control Plans, which include mice and other pests are $320-720 per year. Most pest control companies will perform a free mouse-rodent inspection. CLICK HERE to see a complete list if average pest control prices. 

Can I get rid of mice on my own? 

You can try but many homeowners fail. That is because mice are perfectly adapted to living with humans and they keep coming back to seek shelter and food. There is no shortage of DIY mouse control products out there, everything from traps, glues, to ultrasonic sound devices. However, the best approach is an integrated pest management program from a professional exterminator that routinely services your property. These programs include exclusion and extermination services. A mouse can squeeze through an opening as small as ¼ of an inch. Finding and sealing every opening, especially in older houses is a daunting task. Mouse control is an ongoing battle that stresses prevention and not usually a one-time fix. Even professional mouse exterminators, armed with knowledge and specialty products, can take 30-60 days to eliminate a mouse infestation. 

Are mice dangerous to your home and health? 

Yes, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Mice can carry up to 35 different diseases such as salmonella and hantavirus spreading from their urine or droppings. Rodent droppings can also trigger allergies in some people, especially children. Mice are known vectors of diseases by carrying fleas, ticks, or mites into your home. Add to that the danger posed by chewing through wires and building materials and they pose a serious threat. 

How can I tell if I have mice in my home? 

Mice are cautious and you may have them as uninvited guests…. but never see them. Until they takeover. Mice have immense breeding characteristics. Reaching sexual maturity at just 4-6 weeks of age and a gestation period of just about three weeks, one mouse can give birth to 5-6 babies 10 times a year. Once you see them you usually have a major population. Our suggestion is to look for early signs of mice infestation, before they start breeding out of control. These signs include: little black droppings along walls the size of rice, scratching or scurrying sounds in walls, unusual musty odors, chewing or feeding marks on household food, stains along baseboards. The best places to look with a flashlight are basements, attics, kitchens, laundry and under appliances. 

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