Keeping your home free from mice
Unfortunately, while you enjoy the beautiful sunny weather of Ventura County, so do the mice and they love the free meals your home or commercial business provides.
The good news is our expert team at Insight Pest Management has an in-depth understanding of mouse behavior and specializes in making sure your home is mouse-free!
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Why choose us
Our team of experts brings over 20 years of residential and commercial pest control and management experience.
As locals, we have a deep understanding of the common pests in our area, including mice and their distinct behavior.
Thanks to special training through the West Coast Rodent Academy, our team of experts understands how mice think. Through trapping and behavior modification techniques, our team can help eliminate mice from your home, clean up their damage and debris, and help ensure they never move in again.
What to expect
When you see a mouse in your home, chances are there are many, many more hiding within the walls.
This is because mice multiply quickly. They have a 19–21-day gestational period and have litters with as many as 14 babies. And they can do this every month, meaning within a year, you could have hundreds of mice within the walls of your home.
In order to eliminate a mouse problem, our technicians follow a 5-step mice management process that helps ensure all mice are removed and your property is protected.
You can expect:
Mice infestations pose significant health risks
Have you heard scratching within the walls of your home? Have you seen mice feces left behind? Are you cats constantly on patrol? Are your baseboards covered in odd smears? Do you have an odd musty odor you can’t track down?
Chances are you may have a mouse problem. Mice, along with other rodents, are some of the dirtiest pests you can have in your home. They spread urine and feces everywhere (those smears on the baseboard are actually urine) and they carry and spread bacteria, such as hantavirus, salmonellosis, and leptospirosis. In addition, they can spread lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCM). These germs and viral diseases can make you, your family, or your customers sick.
But you don’t have to share your space with mice. Our experts can help!
Let us help provide a safe and healthy environment
Our expert technicians understand your concerns with mice in the home and they do everything they can to ease those concerns. After mice are successfully eradicated from within the home, the team comes in with special equipment to remove insulation damaged by the mice, along with feces and other debris left behind.
They then sanitize and deodorize the area and replace the damaged insulation with new R-30/38 Rolled Batten insulation, leaving you with a free and clean home ready to enjoy by your family and not the mice.
Mouse control and management requires customer participation when it comes to outdoor vegetation and property management. However, our team stands behind our mouse eradication and management programs with a 30-day guarantee and will return at no additional cost to you.
Contact us today & tell mice they are no longer welcome
Your home or business is meant for you to enjoy and not to share with mice. The team of experts at Insight Pest Management will work with you to eliminate mice and all signs of their damage while helping to ensure they never return. Contact today for your free estimate and let us help you live mouse-free.
Frequently asked questions
What is the most effective mouse control method?
The passing of the California Ecosystems Protection Act bans the use of second-generation anticoagulants that were traditionally used for baiting and killing rodents, such as mice.
The most effective way to control mice in the home is through trapping and sealing points of entry to stop them from coming in at all.
Why do I have mice in my house all of a sudden?
Mice come into your home for food and shelter. Female mice are looking to nest and have their litters.
The average female mouse can breed every month and produce as many as 14 babies each month. Doing the math, you can see your numbers can grow quickly with just a single pregnant female mouse entering your home.
What stops mice from coming in my home?
Mice can sneak in through the smallest cracks and crevices around your home. The best way to stop them from coming in is to seal and close off these points of entry.
Other ways to make your home seem less attractive to mice include trimming back vegetation, removing fallen fruit from fruit trees, moving birdfeeders away from the home, and keeping garbage containers sealed.
Do mice leave on their own?
Unfortunately, mice are unlikely to leave your home on their own. Your home provides easy access to food, shelter, and nesting material.
When a single pregnant female enters your home, it won’t take long before you have many, many mice sharing your space.