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Mouse-Proof Your Home This Fall

Friday, September 28, 2012

As the weather begins to cool, mice will naturally want to move into your house seeking shelter. They will also find excellent sources of food, and a comfortable place to breed. Just a few mice in September can turn into more than 50 by spring—and not all of them will leave with the cold.

To prevent this mouse invasion, you have to take careful steps to keep mice out. First, make sure air vents, such as cold air intakes, have secure grates on them to prevent the entry of mice.

Next, check for doors that never quite close, such as a garage door, broken basement window, or others.

Finally, go around sealing any miscellaneous cracks in the walls that you find. Remember, mice can squeeze through spaces as narrow as a ¼ of an inch.

If you want help identifying trouble spots, the experts at Animal Pest Control Services can advise you about the best defensive plan to keep them out this fall.

And if you want to get rid of mice, in Denver and the Metro area please contact APCS today for a consultation.

Mice can contaminate food-preperation areas with their feces and can cause severe damage to structures.

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