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Tiny Trespassers Alert: House Mice in Georgia's Homes

Unwanted Guests: The Rise of House Mice Infestations in the Peach State


What are House Mice?

House mice are small, adaptable rodents known for their grey-brown fur and a keen ability to sneak into homes. They’re typically around 3 to 4 inches in length, not counting their tail. These tiny invaders seek shelter inside Georgia’s residences for food and warmth, especially as temperatures drop. Their small size allows them to squeeze through openings as small as a dime, making even the tiniest cracks an open invitation.


The Trouble with House Mice in Georgia

Though small, house mice can cause big problems. They can chew through electrical wires, risking fires, and can damage insulation, furniture, and stored goods. Their droppings and urine can contaminate food, posing health risks. Furthermore, house mice can carry diseases like salmonella and hantavirus, which can be transmitted to humans. For Georgia homeowners, it’s essential to be proactive in preventing and addressing these tiny trespassers’ infestations.

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How much does rat and mice control cost?

The cost of rat control, mouse control, and other types of rodent control can vary by your home’s location, size and the extent of the infestation. Pest Force customizes rodent control plans based on your unique situation and needs. With years of experience, we’ve seen it all and know how to solve your problem. If you think you may have a rat or mouse problem, get in touch with us for a free inspection.