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Mouse Control in the Macon Area

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 the Macon, Georgia area.

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

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The reason our non-chemical rodent pest control crew are doing mouse control in Tifton, Georgia today is that the foundation vent was never properly secured. Over time, it crept away from the wall and created a gap between the flange and the bricks that allowed mice into the house.
by Webmaster
Jun 22, 2022 09:36:56 am.

Busy week so far middle Georgia and south. Bat calls on the rise. So far I’ve done Valdosta, Lake Park, Tifton, Quitman, Perry, Byron, Macon, Zebulon and Eatonton Ga. All most booked up the rest of the week with free quotes. Give us a cal.
by Jason Arruda
Jun 21, 2022 04:09:44 pm.

Rodent pest control technicians from our Macon office are screening all the foundation vents as part of a non-chemical mouse control job in Cordele, Georgia. Rodent-proofing a house is the only way to achieve permanent mouse control.
by Webmaster
Jun 16, 2022 11:08:33 am.

A thumb-sized space over an electrical conduit where it passes through a brick wall is why we're doing mouse control in Cordele, Georgia today. Permanently eliminating rodent pest problems is impossible until you exclude them by sealing every possible gap that they could use to get into a house.
by Webmaster
Jun 08, 2022 09:36:26 am.

Today our pest control team is doing mouse control in Macon, Georgia. We do residential rodent control non-chemically, without using any poisons at all. It's the safest and most-permanent way to eliminate a mouse or rat infestation.
by Webmaster
Jun 07, 2022 09:36:57 am.

Our Macon-area rodent pest control crew is installing heavy-duty screens over the foundation vents as part of a non-chemical mouse control job in Barnesville, Georgia. Permanently eliminating a mouse infestation is impossible without rodent-proofing the house.
by Webmaster
Jun 07, 2022 09:33:31 am.

The droppings and the burrows through the insulation were how the homeowners knew that they had mice in the attic of their Griffin, Georgia home. We have a pest control crew setting traps and rodent-proofing the house to non-chemically eliminate the mouse problem.
by Webmaster
May 31, 2022 11:11:04 am.

Mice chewed through the screen behind the metal foundation vent to get into a house in Griffin, Georgia. A rodent pest control crew from our Macon office is screening all the vents in order to eliminate the mouse problem without using any poisons.
by Webmaster
May 31, 2022 11:07:32 am.

One of our South Georgia pest control crews is screening all the foundation vents as part of a non-chemical mouse-control and rodent-exclusion job at a Perry, Georgia home. Exterminating mice without using poisons requires closing every gap that rodents could possibly use to get into the house.
by Webmaster
May 26, 2022 10:47:35 am.

A two-inch high gap in the mortar between two cinder blocks is the reason we're doing mouse control in Griffin, Georgia today. You can't permanently eliminate a mouse problem without sealing all the gaps to keep mice and other rodent pests from getting back into the house.
by Webmaster
May 25, 2022 09:51:58 am.

The gap around some hoses and pipes passed through a square opening in the brick wall is allowing mice into a house in Barnesville, Georgia. Our mouse-control technicians are sealing the gap as part of a non-chemical approach to eliminating the mouse infestation and rodent-proofing the house.
by Webmaster
May 20, 2022 08:59:40 am.

A Rodent Pest Control Crew from our Macon Office is Performing Non-Chemical Mouse Control at a House in Griffin, Georgia
by Webmaster
May 20, 2022 08:35:36 am.

Upon arriving at a mouse-control job in Williamson, Georgia, our inspector immediately noticed that the screens behind the foundation vents were completely missing. No wonder the house is full of mice! Our rodent pest control crew will screen all the vents as part of the non-chemical mouse-control and rodent-exclusion job.
by Webmaster
May 18, 2022 10:41:24 am.

We have a rodent pest control crew doing non-chemical mouse control in Macon today. Mice can get into a house through gaps the size of the diameter of a pencil. That makes sealing mice out of a house without using poisons very painstaking work.
by Webmaster
May 17, 2022 09:47:45 am.

Rodent pest control technicians doing a Williamson, Georgia mouse-control job are replacing the crawl space door and its frame to non-chemically rodent-proof the house. We treat mouse infestations without using poisons.
by Webmaster
May 16, 2022 10:53:42 am.

The gap around a garden hose spigot where it passes through the cinder block foundation is allowing mice into a house in Roberta, Georgia. Mouse pest control technicians from our Macon office will seal the gap as part of the mouse-control and rodent-proofing job.
by Webmaster
May 11, 2022 10:08:46 am.

Wooden crawl space doors often develop gaps that can allow rodent pests into house. That's why our Macon crew is building a new, tight-fitting crawl space door as part of an Albany, Georgia mouse control job.
by Webmaster
May 11, 2022 10:02:18 am.

A three-inch-wide horizontal gap in the mortar between the cinder blocks is why our Macon-area rodent pest control team is doing mouse control in Cordele, Georgia today. Mice climbed up the side of the wall and got into the house through the gap. We're non-chemically treating the mouse problem and rodent-proofing the house.
by Webmaster
May 11, 2022 09:58:25 am.

The Gap Around a Round Gas Pipe Passing Through a Rectangular Hole in the Siding is The Reason Why this House in Macon, Georgia Needs Mouse Control
by Webmaster
May 10, 2022 09:45:32 am.

Heading to a snake call in Griffin Ga.
by Jason Arruda
May 09, 2022 02:31:20 pm.

A Rodent Pest Control Crew from our Macon Office is Closing a Mouse Gap in a Crawl Space Door at an Americus, Georgia Mouse Control Job
by Webmaster
May 06, 2022 09:19:11 am.

Bats and carpenter bees are flying , Hampton to Ellen, off to demorest, snakes in Hoschton.
by Chris Collender
May 05, 2022 08:49:43 am.

A Customer's Cat Helped Sniff Out the Rodents at a Cat-Assisted Mouse Control Job in Americus, Georgia
by Webmaster
May 04, 2022 08:56:25 am.

A half-inch gap between the bottom of a bay window and the brick wall is allowing mice into a house in Macon, Georgia. Our mouse control crew is sealing the gap to keep rodent pests out of the house, and non-chemically treating the existing mouse infestation.
by Webmaster
May 03, 2022 10:04:18 am.

Mice gnawed at a duffel bag and used the shredded fabric as nesting material in the attic of a house in Cordele. Our Macon-area rodent pest control crew is treating the mouse problem, but the duffel bag is history.
by Webmaster
May 03, 2022 10:00:57 am.

Bats and carpenter bees are in full effect, From Rome, ga to Hampton, ga, then off to Atlanta. Busy times
by Chris Collender
Apr 28, 2022 11:15:13 am.

After Searching for the Source of the Odor, our Rodent Pest Control Crew Discovered that a Dead Mouse Under the Hood of a Car Stunk Up a Garage in Macon, Georgia
by Webmaster
Apr 25, 2022 10:04:05 am.

Our rodent pest control technicians have a full day of work ahead of them, sealing the many gaps in the foundation of a house in Macon, Georgia to mouse-proof the house. Every gap that a mouse could possibly use to get into the house has to be located and sealed.
by Webmaster
Apr 18, 2022 10:44:44 am.

A handyman tried using caulking compound to mouse-proof a house in Perry, Georgia, but the gap was too wide and the caulking fell out. One of our Macon-area rodent pest control crews is at the house doing the job right.
by Webmaster
Apr 14, 2022 09:14:26 am.

I have a couple stops in Griffin completing the final steps of some bat removal jobs. Then to Williamson for the same.
by Jason Arruda
Apr 13, 2022 10:17:05 am.

Busy critter day today, went to locus grove for some bats, Riverdale to get some squirrels, several Atlanta stops, of course rats, then ended in Marietta, rats again
by Chris Collender
Apr 11, 2022 07:25:46 pm.

We're doing mouse control in Macon today. There's a gap under the door frame that the mice are using to get into the house. We'll seal it up and make the house rodent-proof.
by Webmaster
Apr 08, 2022 10:03:37 am.

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

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