How to Get Rid of Mice, Mouse Control | Arrow Exterminating

How to Get Rid of Mice, Mouse Control

arrowblog321 | Posted on December 9, 2017

mouse controlIf you are looking for mouse control on Long Island, Arrow Exterminating has the effective solutions that will get the job done. Rodent infestation can be a serious situation and should not be taken lightly. Rodents carry a wide range of diseases that not only cause health issues, but some of those diseases have also been known to reach epidemic levels.

Common Diseases Transmitted By Mice

If history has taught us nothing else, it has taught us that a rodent infestation can be devastating to the general population.

Here are some of the diseases mice can transmit.

  • Lyme
  • Salmonella
  • Rat-Bite Fever
  • Hantavirus
  • Typhus
  • A Wide Variety of Plagues
  • Pox

Where Can I Find a Mouse Control Specialist on Long Island?

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a rodent infestation assessment or service, please Contact Arrow Exterminating Company, Inc. today.

How Is a Mouse Infestation Treated?

There are many different DIY and natural options for treating a mouse infestation. However, oftentimes, these measures don’t work, leaving you with an even bigger problem than you started with. If you have a rodent problem, your best bet is to hire a professional pest control company to handle the problem for you. Additionally, if you hire a professional, they will continue to address the initial problem until it has been corrected, no matter how long it takes.

Do Ultrasonic Mouse Repellents Work?

Makers of the ultrasonic pest control devices claim their units use sound waves that are unbearable to rodents and insects and will rid an area of such pests simply by plugging in one of their devices. However, the Federal Trade Commission has warned the manufacturers of these devices that their claims must be backed up with scientific research.

Some of the manufacturers have complied by explaining their research methods and how they came to their results. But if you look a little closer, you will see those studies received mixed results. That means these devices might work in some rare instances, but in others, they might not work at all. And none of them claim their devices are 100 percent effective for any given pest at any given time or place.

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