As a wildlife control trapper I look at removing mice differently than a pest control service might. I do not have preset programs for trapping or baiting mice. Sometimes getting rid of mice can be difficult, as they can multiply almost faster than they are caught. I customize my initial visits to what you need to drop the population of pest down quickly. I have three parts to my program for mouse removal that is the same for residential, commercial, and industrial locations. First is my inspection, this is going to set the tone of the job at hand. In a rodent inspection, I get a feel for the actual size of the population of mice, this tells me what to use and how many days I need to be at the job. During the rodent inspection the second goal will be to find any entry points and get them sealed. Trap all you want if you do not find how they are getting in you will be back to your monthly service calls. With some residential rodent work finding entry is not that easy and it takes time. In Industrial and commercial locations there is no way to stop mice from entering the building and a monthly service is needed. The third part is determining what style of traps to use and how often do they need to be checked. It is not recommended to use bait inside a residence for health and safety reasons.
I have many different styles of traps for rodent control in my arsenal because mice can be smarter than you think. Using the same styles of traps all the time may not work. Based on need I have trapping programs and rodent baiting services for outside and inside use. Having pets or children or both is going to determine what style of traps can be used, home safety is always taken into consideration. The biggest between you trapping mice and having me do it, is I bring lots of hardware to the job and that's how population drop quickly. The amount of traps I bring will not be needed towards the end of the job but a few traps should be active to monitor activity. Having mice in attic's is often mistaken for raccoons.
Service area's in Illinois includes: Orland Park, Orland Hills, Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Palos Heights, Palos Hills, Palos Park, Matteson, Flossmoor, Olyimpia fields, Country Club Hills, Harvey, Markham, Midlothian, Crestwood, Hazel Crest, Alsip, South Holland, Homewood, Lansing, Forest Park, Richton Park, Crete, Glenwood, Saulk Village, Chicago Heights, Posen, Blue Island, Beverly Chicago. Will counties Joliet and suburbs and in Shorewood, Lockport IL., New Lenox, Mokena, Frankfort IL., Frankfort Square, Homer Glen, Manteno, Peotone, Green Garden, University Park, Indiana's Lake County, Dyer, Schererville, St. John, Lowell, Cedar Lake, Munster, Crown Point, Griffith, Merrillville, IN., Valparaiso, and Winfield IN. Area in Cook county Illinois, Will County Illinois , and Lake County Indiana. .