Call Now: (478) 743-9003 or (229) 588-8903
If you can't get through, please try (404) 291-8657 or (770) 362-2476
Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm
We are hiring! Please click here for details.
Light Theme · Dark Theme
Contact Page Link Phone Icon Reddit Share Button Facebook Share Button Twitter Share Button

Mouse Control in the Macon Area

A mouse inside a wall void on insulation in the wall viewed from above

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.

Reviews and Affiliations

Council on Alcohol and Drugs - Certified Drug-Free Workplace Trust DALE Certified Logo Better Business Bureau Accredited Business A+ Badge

YouTube Company Blog Twitter


A Series of Cable TV Installer Stuffed their Wires through a Gap Behind a Foundation Vent Flange, Which is Why a Griffin, Georgia Home Needs Mouse Control and Rodent Exclusion
by Webmaster
Jan 20, 2022 09:33:12 am.

Pest mice and pest rats can be a challenge to keep out of a house but Ridacritter is up to the challenge. You don't have to share your home with pest animals or rodents. Call Ridacritter for a quote on our animal exclusion services.
by Richard Adcock
Jan 20, 2022 08:22:04 am.

A chunk of rock fell out of a stone wall and created a gap that allowed mice into a house in Americus, Georgia. Mouse-control experts from our Macon office are patching the wall as part of a non-chemical rodent pest control job. The mice that are already in the house will be caught and removed using traps, not poisons.
by Webmaster
Jan 19, 2022 10:27:08 am.

A pest control crew doing mouse control in Valdosta, Georgia discovered that the mice have been climbing up the downspout and through a hole in the soffit to get into the attic. This isn't uncommon at all. Mice are better climbers than most people realize. We'll rodent-proof the house and use traps to eliminate the mouse problem without chemicals.
by Webmaster
Jan 19, 2022 10:01:53 am.

The snow didn’t stop me nor the animals, was in Hiawasse, Duluth, Snellville, and then Marietta
by Chris Collender
Jan 18, 2022 04:41:40 pm.

The mice got into the house by chewing through the screen behind the foundation vent and into the crawl space of a house in Valdosta, Georgia. Pest mouse control technicians from our Macon office are replacing the screens with sturdier ones that will help make the house rodent-proof without having to use any poisons.
by Webmaster
Jan 18, 2022 10:00:04 am.

Will be a cold and windy day today. Guys will be out working hard to seal homes, preventing all kinds of pest animals from getting in. Animals like rats, mice, squirrels, raccoons and opossums want out of the cold too. Pest animals beware.
by Richard Adcock
Jan 17, 2022 06:39:14 am.

Pretty good day in the office yesterday. We accepted new pest animal removal jobs in Grayson, Athens, Duluth, Fayetteville, Chamblee, Marietta, Monroe & Canton to name a few. For the best pest animal control service call Ridacritter today!
by Richard Adcock
Jan 14, 2022 07:43:04 am.

Currently in Monroe ga, squirrel job, headed to Atlanta now for rats in the crawl space
by Chris Collender
Jan 13, 2022 10:01:40 am.

A gap between the foundation of the house proper and an extension that was built later is allowing mice to get into a house in Cordele, Georgia. Pest control experts from our Macon office are setting traps to get rid of the mice without using poisons, and rodent-proofing the house to keep rats, mice, and other animals from getting inside.
by Webmaster
Jan 11, 2022 10:38:24 am.

Working with a couple of techs in Griffin today sealing a house against pest animals like rats, bats, squirrels & mice. Will followup up with other ongoing pest animal jobs in Forsyth, Barnesville, Zebulon & Macon. Ridacritter pest removal.
by Richard Adcock
Jan 11, 2022 07:51:48 am.

Quoted a house in flowery branch with rats, then Gainesville for flyers now off to Cummings for squirrels
by Chris Collender
Jan 10, 2022 09:29:58 am.

Gaps between the door frames and the concrete saddle allowed mice to get into a house in Forsyth, Georgia. We'll be sealing them up as part a non-chemical rodent pest control approach to safely eliminating the mouse problem without using poisons.
by Webmaster
Jan 09, 2022 04:22:11 pm.

Gaps in the timbers in the crawl space allowed mice into a house in Cordele, Georgia. Mouse control technicians from our Macon office are using safe, non-chemical pest control methods to non-chemically eliminate the mouse problem, and make the house rodent-proof to prevent future problems with mice and rats.
by Webmaster
Jan 09, 2022 04:17:09 pm.

One of our Macon-area rodent-control crews is busy at a Valdosta, Georgia mouse-control job. In order to eliminate the mouse problem without using poisons, they're sealing numerous gaps in the foundation and trim to make the house rodent-proof. The existing mice will be caught using traps, and removed from the house.
by Webmaster
Jan 05, 2022 10:38:00 am.

Was a beautiful day yesterday in Valdosta Ga. It took us most of the day but we got the house sealed up against all pest critters like rats, mice, bats, snakes and squirrels. Today we're quoting new jobs in Macon, Warner Robbins & Zebulon.
by Richard Adcock
Jan 05, 2022 04:57:32 am.

Baby it’s cold outside, lilburn, lawrenceville, and McDonough, all 3 calls where squirrels chewing threw the ceiling into the house
by Chris Collender
Jan 04, 2022 12:01:10 pm.

One of our Macon-area rodent pest control crews is busy at a Columbus, Georgia mouse control job today. The mice are in the attic. They got there through a gap between the roof sheathing and the fascia, which will be covered with an animal shield to keep pests and wildlife out of the attic.
by Webmaster
Jan 04, 2022 10:41:52 am.

It was a cold day sealing a home in Dawson, Ga for squirrels and mice. Noises in the walls and scratching in the attic prompted the home owners to give us a call. Same issues? Give us a call.
by Jason Arruda
Jan 03, 2022 06:24:48 pm.

Water rot at the bottom of a wooden door frame created a gap that allowed mice into a house in Albany, Georgia. Mouse control technicians from our Macon office are using non-chemical pest control methods to treat the mouse problem without poisons, and rodent-proofing the house to prevent future infestations of rats and mice.
by Webmaster
Jan 03, 2022 10:08:45 am.

A gap between the roof trim and the shingles allowed mice into the attic of a residence in Tifton, Georgia. Mouse pest control will begin by sealing the gaps to keep rats and mice out of the house, and then clearing up the existing mouse infestation using traps. No poisons will be used.
by Webmaster
Jan 03, 2022 09:36:26 am.

Headed to Dawson Ga this morning (just outside of Albany, Ga) to assist on a critter exclusion job. We will be preventing all nuisance pest animals from getting in (rats, mice, bats, squirrels, snakes, raccoons, opossum etc).
by Richard Adcock
Jan 03, 2022 06:56:02 am.

Beginning of another great year in the pest critter control, removal and prevention business. Call Ridacritter for a quote so you can be critter free. We service metro areas of Atlanta, Macon, Albany, Valdosta, Birmingham and many more.
by Richard Adcock
Jan 03, 2022 06:52:37 am.

Non-chemical pest control technicians are sealing gaps in a stone foundation where the mortar has eroded away as part of a Macon, Georgia mouse control job. Rodent-proofing is absolutely essential to control mice without using poisons.
by Webmaster
Dec 29, 2021 09:24:36 am.

Non-Chemical Pest Control Specialists from our Macon Office are Sealing a Gap in a Stone Wall at a Cordele, Georgia Mouse Control Job
by Webmaster
Dec 29, 2021 09:20:02 am.

We have new pest animal removal jobs in Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Hoover, Alpharetta, Marietta, Stonecrest and Smyrna to name a few. Crews will be providing free quotes for removal & prevention of critters in homes and attics.
by Richard Adcock
Dec 28, 2021 08:47:39 am.

Pest Control Technicians are on the Way to Seal Up a Rodent Entry Gap through a Stone Wall at a Macon, Georgia Mouse Control Job
by Webmaster
Dec 28, 2021 08:25:51 am.

Today our Macon-area pest control specialists are sealing the gaps between a stone house and its foundation at a Cordele, Georgia mouse control job. Basically, the mortar washed away over the years due to water erosion, and the gaps need to be sealed to make the house rodent-proof again.
by Webmaster
Dec 28, 2021 08:18:26 am.

Busy day after the Holidays, in Austell for snakes in the basement, then to Duluth and Stonecrest for squirrels, now on my way to Alpharetta for another quote
by Chris Collender
Dec 27, 2021 01:06:28 pm.

A pest control crew working an Americus, Georgia mouse control job tracked down the rodent entry point to a gap under an electrical box mounted on an exterior brick wall. Our Macon-area technicians will be sealing that gap as part of a comprehensive rodent proofing job. The existing mice will be trapped and removed without using any poisons.
by Webmaster
Dec 27, 2021 10:05:59 am.

You don't have to share your home with pest animals like mice, rats, squirrels, raccoons, opossum or bats. Call Ridacritter for a free quote on pest animal removal and prevention. Over 20 years Ridacritter has been assisting home owners.
by Richard Adcock
Dec 23, 2021 10:43:26 am.

In Valdosta taking care of customers with rats and another with squirrels in the attic. Scratching noises prompted them to call us.
by Jason Arruda
Dec 22, 2021 12:37:31 pm.

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

#mouse #control #macon #georgia

Site and Photos © 2005 - 2022 Rid-A-Critter®, a licensed and insured wildlife and pest control company. All rights reserved. Legal, Privacy and Warranty Information. This Web site designed, hosted, and maintained by RJM Web Design.