Did you know that a mouse can manage to squeeze itself through a hole that’s about the side of a dime? If you don’t look around your house to check for possible entry points, don’t be surprised if you find yourself dealing with a mouse infestation. Keep in mind that when these pests find their way into your home, it won’t be easy for you to get them out. In such cases, the help of a rodent control West Palm Beach expert is needed to keep your home rodent-free.

Common Entry Points for Mice

Empty Holes Due to Wear and Tear

If your house shows any wear and tear signs, you need to check for any holes where mice can enter regularly. Areas around your home that look as if they’re about to ready to crumble would have to be fixed. Otherwise, mice can easily chew through these areas and enter your home.

Cable Holes

Did you recently switch to another cable, internet, or phone provider? If so, technicians may have left redundant cable that enters your home. Check for cable holes that are no longer needed and fill them right away if you don’t want to expose your home to mice. Sometimes, cable holes that are in use can also become weak because of the elements. Be sure to address this immediately.

Holes in the Roof

Do you have overgrown trees that are close to your home? Since mice are excellent climbers, they won’t have any problems using these trees to get to the roof of your house. Unless you cut the trees down and fix the holes in the roof, you might as well brace yourself for an infestation. 

Gaps Around Air Conditioning Units

Carefully check for any small gaps around the edge of your air condition units. Any gap must be sealed off with mesh.

Contact the Rodent Control West Palm Beach!

If you think that you have mice in your house, schedule an inspection with O’Hara Pest Control professionals today. We’ll help you keep those mice at bay! Call now! 

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