Fairfield County, Connecticut’s Best Mice Exclusion, Bat Exclusion, Wildlife Control, and Attic Restoration Services at a Fair Price
Bats B Gone Wildlife | 7 Griffith Rd | Greenwich, CT 06831

Fairfield County, Connecticut’s Best Mice Exclusion, Bat Exclusion, Wildlife Control, and Attic Restoration Services at a Fair Price
Bats B Gone Wildlife
7 Griffith Rd
Greenwich, CT 06831

Open 24/7/365 For All Wildlife Control Emergencies

Mice Exclusion Experts In Fairfield County, Connecticut

Servicing The Mice Exclusion Needs Of The Cities Of Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Westport, Stamford, Fairfield, and Wilton

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Mice Exclusion: The Best Strategy For Preventing Mice Entering Your Home, Business, Or Buildings

Have you recently seen an increase in the number of mice that enter your home or commercial building? Mice infestations are not only an annoyance but can impact the health of people within the building and produce a loss in sales if you are a business. During the lifetime of a building, access points as small as a quarter of an inch allow mice inside. Generally, these openings are so small that the average person would never think a mouse might use the gap to get inside the building.

We design our mice exclusion services based on your building’s particular requirements. Removing the current infestation in your home or business is vital if you have an active mice infestation. We must start eliminating the mice so the infestation does not get any worse. But it’s equally essential we determine where mice are getting into your building, or removing them from your building will be useless, and the infestations will begin anew.

Bats B Gone Wildlife’s experience dealing with mice exclusions means we not only remove mice from your home or business but also locate every access point and seal them so mice cannot enter your building in the future.

So What Is Mice Exclusion?

Mice Exclusion Is Locating And Removing Gaps That Allow Mice Entrance Into A Building. This Mice Control Method Focuses On Ecologically Safe Deterrence Techniques That Lessen The Necessity For Bait, Whether Poison Or Not, Or Traps. Exclusion provides the most robust answer to your mice problems. Keeping out mice using the mice exclusion process will prevent future invasions, but you must eliminate any mice inside your building simultaneously.

Bats B Gone Wildlife’s Experts Will Solve Your Connecticut Mice Exclusion Issue With 100% Customer Satisfaction

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To perform a proper mice exclusion, professionally trained wildlife professionals like those at Bats B Gone Wildlife can find all access points and seal and repair them to prevent future invasions.

To perform a proper mice exclusion, professionally trained wildlife professionals like those at Bats B Gone Wildlife can find all access points and seal and repair them to prevent future invasions. Call (203) 403-0384 today.

Once mice get into an attic, they will poop, pee in your insulation, and breed at an exceedingly rapid rate. Contact Bats B Gone Wildlife's #1 rated Mice Exclusion team at (203) 403-0384.

Once mice get into an attic, they will poop, pee in your insulation, and breed at an exceedingly rapid rate. Contact Bats B Gone Wildlife’s #1 rated Mice Exclusion team at (203) 403-0384.

Once mice get into an attic, they will poop, pee in your insulation, and breed at an exceedingly rapid rate. Contact Bats B Gone Wildlife's #1 rated Mice Exclusion team at (203) 403-0384.
Poison will not solve your mice issues in the long run. If your pet eats a poisoned mouse, there’s a chance they may get sick and possibly die. Contact Bats B Gone Wildlife’s #1 rated Mice Exclusion team at (203) 403-0384.

Bats B Gone Wildlife’s Mice Exclusion Process – It’s More Than Mice Trapping

We Always Start With An Inspection Inside and Outside of Your Building

Mice exclusion begins with an inspection inside and outside your home, business, or commercial building. Our highly trained exclusion professionals will scrutinize the outside of your home or building and detect all potential entry points.

We emphasize access areas around the foundation, including pipes, vents, wiring, bulkheads, and crawl space. Examining areas around field stone fireplaces and gaps above the foundation are equally crucial since mice climb can enter cracks as small as a quarter of an inch.

Attics are areas where mice love spending their time, so we take special care to look throughout the attic for urine, feces, stored food and cloth, chewed wood, and wiring.

We’ll Explain How To Best Resolve Your Mice Issues

After we go through the inspection process and identify all the mice entry points, we establish a plan that maximizes keeping mice out of your building. We’ll present a description of what we’ve found, including photos, often infrared photos, showing the hot spots in your building. Along with this information, we’ll give you an estimate to perform the mice exclusion, which will maximize results.

Depending on the location of the mice entry points, we have several sealing strategies, but one sealing and repair method may be better suited to use over another. No matter the type of mice entry point, we always have some repair method, so you can rest assured our mice exclusion technicians will use the best sealing method available.

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Bats B Gone thermal imaging technology could pinpoint mice in this home's walls. We were able to locate several places where the mice were nesting.

Bats B Gone thermal imaging technology could pinpoint mice in this home’s walls. We were able to locate several places where the mice were nesting.

Mice can enter access points 1/4 inch in diameter. We discovered this area that mice were using to access the home and get into the walls.

Mice can enter access points 1/4 inch in diameter. We discovered this area that mice were using to access the home and get into the walls.

Bats B Gone Wildlife mice exclusion team will locate all entry points into your building and properly seal those areas as seen in the above before-after photo.

Mice Diseases And Why Cleanup May Be Necessary

Mice running around your home or business creates numerous problems, but there’s nothing worse than finding mice urine and feces in areas that could impact your health. Mice can spread diseases through their urine and feces via the parasites, ticks, mites, and fleas they carry in and on their bodies. Remember that ticks transmit Lyme disease, which has devastating effects on the body if not quickly detected.

Once mice enter an attic where they find comfort during the cold winter, they spread their urine and feces throughout the insulation, floors, and sheetrock. If you’ve had a severe mice infestation, you must have our mice exclusion team access areas of your home or business that may need contaminated materials removed, the area sanitized and deodorized, and the insulation replaced.

So if you see a house mouse, deer mouse, or white-footed mouse in your building, it’s time to have a deeper look by a professional mice exclusion team like the mice experts at Bats B Gone Wildlife by calling us at (203) 403-0384.

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Photos Of The Three Common Connecticut Mice Found In Homes And Buildings

White footed mouse photo: Thanks to D. Gordon E. Robertson, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

White Footed Mouse

Deer mouse photo

Deer Mouse

House mouse photo

House Mouse

Common Diseases Mice Bring Into Your Connecticut Home Or Business

Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis, Food Poisoning, Hantavirus, Salmonellosis, and Leptospirosis are some diseases that mice can bring with them once they enter your building.

Bats B Gone Wildlife Have A Loyal Customer Base Who Love Our Work

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“Bats R Us came out to seal our house for flying squirrels and mice and now we haven’t seen or heard anything since. I highly recommend them.”

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