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Top 5 Professional Mice Exterminator Benefits

You’ve seen the choices at the hardware store. You can choose a fancy trap or the old fashioned one. You can choose hard baits or soft baits. Setting aside the shelves of options, here are the top 5 professional mice exterminator benefits:

  1. Safety
  2. Quality
  3. Permanence
  4. Time
  5. Health

What to expect from your professional mice exterminator 

With a professional mice exterminator at the helm, you can stop worrying about most of the details. The pro selects the products and  blocks the entry ways. Concerns for the health and safety of the occupants as well as the surrounding wildlife is off your plate as well. You can expect a regular treatment schedule to match each season and a guarantee to keep the mice gone. 

Some holes are hard to see
and sometimes entry points are well concealed

Professional mice exterminators provide highest grade products

It is hard enough to compare quality of products when they are side by side on the shelf. It becomes even more complex when you realize that each of those tools needs matched to the right type of rodent and surrounding situation as well. Professional mice exterminators select the best products, tools, and methods to meet your needs. 

Permanent and cost-effective solutions

When a mouse gets in, another mouse can follow. Too many rodent control efforts end up sounding like the song that never ends. Rather than just letting the mice go on and on continuously, professional mice exterminators break up the cycle. Through exclusion work combined with indoor and outdoor control, the cycle stops. If the mice come back, the pro comes back for free (with Rove Pest Control’s guarantee). 

Safety and practicality from mice exterminators 

Unfortunately, mice are not just major annoyances, but they also threaten the health and safety of occupants by bringing viruses, bacteria, and parasites with them. By selecting a professional mice exterminator, you ensure the solution includes the proper health and well-being considerations for you, your family, your pets, and the environment. Additionally, the professional control measures are not going to require impractical solutions like removing every possible source of food. Since mice can chew through just about anything and smell food through sealed packaging, practicality is vital. 

If you haven’t guessed, mice in children toys is not a safe situation

Signs of a mouse infestation

There are many definitions of infestation. Keep in mind that it just takes one pregnant mouse or a male and female pair to spike a population. Because of their reproductive capability (6-12 pups times 10 litters per year), keep an eye out for the following signs: 

  • droppings
  • chew marks
  • trails in insulation
  • scratching sounds
  • nesting materials

Don’t wait for multiple signs to combine. It is best to have a professional mice exterminator ready to go before it turns into a complex situation. 

Don’t play the back and forth game of mouse control – call a professional

Take the complex and make it easy

Some mice go undetected for long periods of time. Some even hide in the walls where you can’t get to them. Take the complexity out of rodent control and turn the hassle of rodent defense over to a 

About Rob Greer: Pest Control Expert and Industry Leader
Rob Greer, co-founder of Rove Pest Control, has a deep connection with nature, developed during his upbringing in rural Idaho where he raised horses and cattle. He began his career in pest control in 2001 to support his university studies. After earning a BS in Business Management, Rob, along with Lenny Gray and McKay Bodily, founded Rove Pest Control.
Rob has played a pivotal role in shaping the operational framework of Rove Pest Control, with a focus on personal development for team members, public health awareness, and tailoring services to meet the needs of individuals and communities.
As an Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) and Subject Matter Expert (SME), Rob has made significant contributions to the pest control industry. He has collaborated on the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s UMN Extension certification manual and exam development, the National Pesticide Applicator Certification Core Manual for the EPA, and the Quality Pro Customer Service Credential Task Force. His expertise has also been recognized in his testimony for the pest control industry before the Minnesota state legislature as a State Policy Affairs Representative. Currently, Rob serves as the President of the Minnesota Pest Management Association Board. Learn more about about Rob Greer.