Make Your Home a Mouse-Free Zone

Mice making themselves at home? Our services at Marett Pest Control effectively clear them out, ensuring your peace of mind. In South Carolina, mice are common household intruders, seeking food and shelter. These small rodents can cause significant damage and pose health risks. Our experienced team is proficient in mouse detection, removal, and prevention, keeping your home safe and mouse-free.

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How To Identify Mice

  • Mice are small rodents, typically about 2-4 inches long, not including the tail.
  • They have rounded ears, a pointed nose, and a long, thin tail with hair.
  • Their fur color can range from light brown to dark grey, with lighter underbellies.
  • Common signs of mice include droppings, gnaw marks, and scratching noises, especially at night.
  • In South Carolina, the most common species is the House Mouse.

Mice Habits

  • Mice are known for their ability to squeeze through small spaces, as small as a dime.
  • They are primarily nocturnal and are more active at night.
  • Mice have a diet consisting of cereals, grains, fruits, and seeds but will eat almost anything.
  • They are prolific breeders, with a female capable of having multiple litters per year.
  • Mice are curious creatures and often explore new objects placed in their environment.

How To Prevent Mice

  • Seal gaps and holes in your home's exterior to prevent mice from entering.
  • Store food, including pet food, in airtight containers to remove food sources.
  • Keep your home, particularly the kitchen and storage areas, clean and free of crumbs.
  • Declutter your home and garage to reduce hiding spots for mice.
  • If you notice signs of mice or an infestation, contact Marett Pest Control for a thorough inspection and tailored mouse control strategies.
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