The house mouse is a common pest entering many homes and offices yearly. This species reproduces quickly, survives on little food and water, and enters properties through tiny openings. Once indoors, they live in cluttered spaces where they can easily find food and nesting material.
House mice don’t just damage your property but also contaminate food and transmit diseases through their droppings and urine. In addition, they can be problematic for people with asthma as they can trigger attacks and allergic reactions.