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Mouse Control in Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia

A mouse inside a wall void on insulation in the wall viewed from above by the pest control technician.

Mice are the smallest animals we deal with on a regular basis. But don't let their small size fool you. Mice can be a big problem.

Their small size allows mice to travel through openings that larger animals can't get through, and their natural curiosity leads them to explore more than animals like rats that tend to be more suspicious and cautious.

That means that until they're sealed out of a house, pest mice can get a lot closer to where we live than other animals do.

Mice can get into cupboards where we store our food, into dresser drawers where they use out clothes as nesting material,and into kitchen and dining room cabinets where they pee and poop all over our tableware and cooking utensils. They also can get into the heating and cooling ducts, where the airflow blows the odors and germs associated with their bodies, urine, and droppings all throughout your home.

Mice and Health

Some of the diseases carried or transmitted by mice can be very serious. For example, mice are known to be involved in spreading:

Like we said, mice are small animals that can be a big problem.

Mouse Damage

The most potentially serious damage done by mice occurs when they gnaw on electrical wiring. If they gnaw on electrical power lines, they can cause fires. Mice can also damage low-voltage wiring such as television antenna cables, doorbell wires, and telephone and Ethernet (computer networking) cables.

Mice can do major damages to stored items, especially clothing, shoes, books, and furniture. Like all rodents, mice are gnawers. In addition, their droppings and urine can contaminate and stain stored items (especially non-washable items like books and artwork).

Mouse Control Without Poisons

At Rid-A-Critter, we treat mouse infestations without using rodenticides or other poisons. Here's why:

That's why at Rid-A-Critter, we don't use poisons for mouse control. We trap the mice who are already in the house, and we rodent-proof your home to prevent new mice from getting in. Trapping and exclusion is the safest, most-effective, most-permanent, and most environmentally-responsible mouse-control method.

Mouse Control Gallery

Here are a few pictures of mouse-control jobs we've done in and around Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia.

Rid-A-Critter provides environmentally-friendly mouse control throughout the Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia areas. Please contact us for more information and a professional inspection.

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Fingertip-sized gaps in a bundle of pipes and wires where they pass through a cinder block foundation wall are why our rodent pest control specialists are in a crawl space doing mouse control in Columbus, Georgia today. Mice can get into a house through holes as small as the diameter of a pencil.
by Webmaster
Feb 01, 2023 09:19:06 am.

A Gap Around Air Conditioning Pipes Where they Pass Through a Brick Wall is the Reason Why We're doing Mouse Control in Columbus, Georgia Today
by Webmaster
Jan 30, 2023 09:25:46 am.

There's a reason why our rodent pest control crew are in a crawl space in Columbus, Georgia doing mouse control on this cold January morning. The reason is because a fingertip-sized gap between the plywood crawl space door and its wooden frame allowed the mice to get into the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 24, 2023 09:13:40 am.

A half-inch gap between the bottom of the wooden garage door frame and the concrete driveway allowed mice into a house in Adel, Georgia. A rodent pest control crew from our South Georgia office is sealing the gap to mouse-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 09:05:19 am.

A thumb-sized gap behind the vinyl corner post where the end cap fell out allowed mice to climb all the way up to the attic of a house in Macon, Georgia. Our rodent pest control crew is sealing the gaps to mouse-proof the house, and using traps to non-chemically eradicate the existing mouse infestation.
by Webmaster
Jan 23, 2023 08:53:24 am.

The screen behind the metal foundation vent lattice is missing, and no one knows where it went. The mice didn't know, either. They just took advantage of the missing screen to get into the crawl space of a house in Fitzgerald, Georgia. Mouse control technicians from our South Georgia office are re-screening the vents to keep rodent pests out of the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2023 09:32:07 am.

Started off in Rome ga, raccoons in the crawl space, then headed to Atlanta, ga, rats in the attic
by Chris Collender
Jan 05, 2023 11:48:37 am.

Happy New years, back at it, started off in Conyers ga, squirrels, then headed to Stone Mountain ga, rats in the attic, now In Gainesville ga, bats in the house
by Chris Collender
Jan 02, 2023 11:16:26 am.

A gap of about three-eighths of an inch around a pipe passing through the brick exterior wall allowed mice into a house in Americus, Georgia. Our non-chemical rodent-control experts will be sealing the gap later today to mouse-proof the house and eliminate the infestation without using poisons.
by Webmaster
Dec 30, 2022 04:59:08 am.

The Builder Set the Bottom Row of Bricks Sideways so the Lightening Holes Could Vent the Crawl Space, and That's Why this House in Cordele, Georgia Needs Mouse Control
by Webmaster
Dec 27, 2022 09:54:52 am.

Here's Wishing All of You a Merry Christmas from Rid-A-Critter!
by Webmaster
Dec 23, 2022 12:56:04 pm.

A non-chemical rodent-exclusion crew doing mouse control in Albany, Georgia is screening all the foundation vents to keep rodents out of the crawl space. The screens that come with most foundation vents are too flimsy to keep rodents out of a house.
by Webmaster
Dec 22, 2022 09:29:16 am.

Crawl space doors are famous among the rodent community as easy ways for mice and rats to get into houses. Today technicians on our pest control crew are installing a rodent-proof crawl space door as part of a Cordele, Georgia mouse control job.
by Webmaster
Dec 22, 2022 09:26:16 am.

The top right corner of the plastic foundation vent flange broke off, exposing a triangular gap that allowed mice to get into a house in Macon, Georgia. Our mouse control crew is replacing the cheap, plastic vent covers with sturdy metal ones that will keep mice and other rodent pests out of the house.
by Webmaster
Dec 21, 2022 09:19:08 am.

Rain rain go away, i need to quote some houses today, started off Snellville ga, squirrels have chewed several new holes, paid 2 companies to do patch work , never works long term, why she called us, we will give her a permanent solution
by Chris Collender
Dec 20, 2022 12:54:00 pm.

Gaps around gas pipes where they pass through the exterior wall are popular places for mice to squeeze through to get into homes. A fingertip-sized gap around a gas pipe where it passes through the brick wall is the reason our South Georgia rodent pest control experts are doing mouse control in Moultrie, Georgia today.
by Webmaster
Dec 20, 2022 08:13:48 am.

Beautiful day but Baby, it’s cold outside. Started the day in Athens ga, rats, then headed to Brasselton, ga, rats, then headed over to Oxford, ga, squirrels. Good times
by Chris Collender
Dec 19, 2022 12:42:44 pm.

Back in conyers, ga today, seems to be busy over here, flyers in the attic, headed to Ellenwood, ga, square
by Chris Collender
Dec 16, 2022 09:53:13 am.

A plastic electrical box partially detached from a brick wall, creating a one-inch a gap between the top of the box and the wall that allowed mice into a house in Cordele, Georgia. Our mouse-control crew is setting traps to non-chemically catch the mice while the electrician fixes the electrical box.
by Webmaster
Dec 16, 2022 07:51:22 am.

Beautiful day, had 2 stops in Dacula, ga. Rats and squirrels, headed to conyers, ga. For another squirrel job.
by Chris Collender
Dec 15, 2022 12:15:22 pm.

Busy day in the rain, had two quotes in Alpharetta ga, flying squirrels in both homes, headed to Athens ga, squirrels in the attic.
by Chris Collender
Dec 14, 2022 12:45:29 pm.

Our Pest Control Crew is Patching a Rodent Entry Gap Over a Gas Pipe at a Cordele, Georgia Mouse Control Job
by Webmaster
Dec 14, 2022 07:56:58 am.

Quoted a rental property In Atlanta ga, rats, them headed to Athens, ga, mice, then off to Snellville ga, squirrels in the attic
by Chris Collender
Dec 13, 2022 12:33:01 pm.

Finally no more rain, headed to Decatur ga, rental property, rats, headed to Monroe, ga, squirrels in a house, then back to Atlanta ga, rats
by Chris Collender
Dec 12, 2022 03:51:16 pm.

Good day yesterday, other then the rain, started off in Dawsonville ga, rats, then headed to Lawrenceville ga, flyers, then headed to Atlanta ga, rats
by Chris Collender
Dec 07, 2022 10:01:04 am.

The cable guy punched a hole through the screen behind the lower right corner of a foundation vent to pass a wire through, and that's why our rodent pest control specialists are doing mouse control in Cordele, Georgia this morning. We'll re-screen the vents to rodent-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Dec 07, 2022 08:54:54 am.

A gap the size of two fingertips over a foam-insulated air-conditioning line where it passes through a rectangular hole in the siding is why we have a rodent pest control team doing mouse control in Cordele, Georgia. Mice Can get through holes as small as a dime.
by Webmaster
Dec 06, 2022 10:10:05 am.

Rainy day, started out in Duluth, ga, snakes found in the house, then headed to doraville ga, squirrels again, then 2 stops in Atlantic ga, rats. Busy day
by Chris Collender
Dec 05, 2022 03:25:03 pm.

A rodent control crew doing mouse control in Moultrie, Georgia found mouse droppings in the rain gutter. They climbed up the downspout to get into the attic.
by Webmaster
Dec 01, 2022 09:52:32 am.

Glad the rain stopped yesterday, we stood in Atlanta, ga. rats and squirrels, then headed to Duluth ga, squirrels again, then to Marietta ga, rats. Another good day
by Chris Collender
Dec 01, 2022 07:20:51 am.

Rodent pest control control technicians from our South Georgia office are sealing the gaps around an access door frame at a Moultrie, Georgia mouse control job. Non-chemical mouse control relies on exclusion, making it necessary to find and seal every gap to rodent-proof the house.
by Webmaster
Nov 30, 2022 09:21:26 am.

Happy thanksgiving to all, it’s back to work, was in Decatur ga, rats, to off to McDonough ga, rats again, the headed to Douglasville ga, for grey squirrels, then I just left Carrollton ga, bats in attic
by Chris Collender
Nov 28, 2022 12:25:45 pm.

The Macon, Georgia office of Rid-A-Critter provides non-chemical mouse control in the Macon, Columbus, and South Georgia areas, including Adel, Albany, Americus, Barnesville, Byron, Camilla, Centerville, Columbus, Cordele, Culloden, Cuthbert, Dawson, Eastman, Fitzgerald, Forsyth, Fort Valley, Gray, Griffin, Hawkinsville, Jackson, Juliette, Kathleen, Milledgeville, Moultrie, Perry, Roberta, Sylvester, Thomaston, Thomasville, Tifton, Valdosta, Warner Robins, Yatesville, and Zebulon. We are fully licensed and insured.

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