If you’re having an issue with mice or any other rodents that it’s time to give your Tulsa exterminator a call. Mice can be a year-round problem. But often we find that they are more of an issue in the winter months than they are in the other months. This is because the cold war tends to push these roads inside. Making sure that your home safe from these invaders is vitally important in protecting your family and loved ones. This article, let’s take a good look at mice, the life cycle, and what you and your Tulsa exterminator can do to protect your home.


Mice are the same as any other organism. They need three things. Mice need food, water, and shelter, or protection. Because of the nature of our homes, these buildings can provide all three of the needs of mice. If a mouse can get inside your home, it will make a nest somewhere where you can’t find it. Often mice find their way through the large garage door into the garage and then into the water heater closet. From there they can enter the attic space where there’s a lot of nice fluffy insulation. This insulation is great for these small mammals to create their nests in. Once they’ve set up shop, the only thing they all need now is food and water. If they can find a way into your home, and your pantry through the walls, then they have everything they need to survive and thrive.


Keeping these pests out of your home is the first step to protecting yourself. Here at TermMax pest control, part of our service for mice is exclusion. This is a method by which we close up any holes or cracks. The mice can use his entry points. Mice are extremely flexible. They use their Small stature to get into very small places. Their skeletons are very rubbery and can flex in many different ways without breaking. So essentially, if a mouse can get his head through a crack, then he can get its entire body through. Having the head a size of a dime, gives them the ability to basically get into any hole or crack the size of a dime. Rats are much the same as mice when it comes to getting into places. Their head is about the size of a quarter. So if you have a crack or a hole that’s the size of a quarter, they can make their way in to your home. Contact your Tulsa exterminator for help and closing up all the holes in and around your house.


The next thing that they’re going to do is try to get to your food. Your pantry and kitchen area is full of all sorts of delectable delights. Mice have a very keen sense of smell, and can smell even the food that’s inside a plastic bag. Even though we’ve put our fingers all over these things in our scent is covering the food items in our home, mice just don’t care. They’ll chew through a bag or plastic in order to get to the food that they desire. Often when they are nesting in your attic, they will come down to the walls, and it started to through the drywall to get into your home. When they do this, it’s very loud and sound like a much larger animal in your home. But rest assured this mouses intent I’m getting inside to find your food.

Keeping your home and kitchen area sanitary is of the highest importance. If you leave dishes out overnight, mice can find this and eat the food off of them. A pan of grease on the stove is a smorgasbord for any mouse. My skinny just about anything that we can, including proteins, carbohydrates, and processed foods. so if they find their way to your kitchen pantry, it’s a mouse restaurant for them. Keeping things clean, helps in a big way to deter these small mammals from finding the food they need. Do you need as often will throw dirty plates or unfinished food underneath their beds. This also could be a great place for mice not only to be sheltered from the outside world, but find the food they need to survive. Contact your Tulsa exterminator for help in getting rid of these invaders.


In many cases, when people find out that they have mice in their homes, they will immediately go straight to the hardware store. Finding rodenticides in traps there, they will attempt to call this problem on their own. While if you can find the issue in a very early stage, sometimes you can be successful with this, the most cases it’s just too late. If you’re seeing a mouse in your home, there’s probably 50 more in the walls. Because mice are so prolific at reproducing, one or two traps is never going to get ahead of your problem. And the rodenticides that you can get over-the-counter are simply not adequate enough to take care of the problem. The only solution is to contact your Tulsa exterminator.

If you’re having an issue with roads are any other pass then it’s time to call your Tulsa exterminator that you can trust. Here at TermMax pest control, we are the best in the business when it comes to dealing with mice or any other pest. We service a greater Tulsa area, including Tulsa, Owasso, Turley, Bixby, Jenks, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Prattville, Coweta, Claremore, Catoosa, and so much more. Call today for a free estimate. We’re here to help!

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