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House mice are often first spotted in a home during the fall because they are looking to escape from the cold. They usually set up in small boxed items or enclosed areas hidden away in dark places, but mice are never further than 10-30 feet from their food source. So anything edible lying about inside or outside your building is an invitation for a mouse infestation.

Mice are attracted in your home because of the edibles that are around and the ease of entry into your structure. A mouse can enter a home or business through unscreened doors, windows, ventilators, floor drains, cracks and breaks in foundations, holes around electrical conduits and pipes where they enter foundations or go through floors and walls.

Call before it Gets out of Control


Once a mouse has established its nest in your home, things can get out of control really quickly. At the first sign of a mouse infestation, it is best to call a pest control professional to help eliminate the infestation before the population grows and becomes more difficult to exterminate.

Mice-exterminator.com is a Montreal based extermination company. We use the safest and most efficient mouse extermination methods to find the hiding places and flush out or exterminate the mice.

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Your house cat might be a deterrent, but there are no guaranties. Follow these basic measures to make your home or business unattractive to mice:

  • Seal off all entry points
  • Clear the path to the doors of your home of tall grasses, weeds, wild berries, shrubs and other plant life.
  • Frequently remove the seeds that fall on the ground if you have bird feeders
  • Use trash cans with tight-fitting lids and take it out daily.
  • Use impenetrable containers for your grains, sugar and other pantry items in your kitchen.



If you see a mouse in your home, you can try the following:

  • The famous snap mouse trap can be purchased in most general stores, and it is effective if you put proper bait and handle it so that the mouse can’t smell your odor on it. But a snap trap doesn’t always kill the mouse and whether it does or not, you are stuck with cleaning the mess. In addition, traps are inefficient if the infestation is severe.
  • Poison baits and powders don’t work immediately so the mice often end up dying in unknown locations and this can cause other issues. These products are highly toxic and should not be used is there are children or pets in the home.


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