Mice Removal Mississauga
For all mice removal in Mississauga, you can trust Icon Pest to deliver results. We’ve proudly served hundreds of commercial and residential clients throughout the GTA. With 25 years of experience in the pest control industry, our highly skilled technicians will deliver a thorough, effective, clean service, each and every time.
Our 3 step mice removal process includes:
Step # 1: We will schedule a Mice Removal Service Inspection within 24 HOURS of your call and will provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for our services
Step # 2: Icon Pest’s highly qualified technicians will perform a full & thorough inspection of your home, gardens and outdoor areas and every location we suspect mice are using to gain access to your home or business.
Step # 3: Once we have identified all of the entry points mice are using to break-in, we will set traps and perform effective treatments needed to safely remove mice and other rodents from your home or business, once and for all.
Why hire Icon Pest for mice removal in Mississauga?
When you need professional mice removal in Mississauga, Icon Pest can be your most valuable partner. We have earned our great reputation with one happy customer at a time. Choosing Icon Pest for your mouse and rodent control needs means you can count on:
- Great Low Prices – Our service prices are highly affordable, competitive and always reasonable. Call us today for a free, no-obligation quote to treat your home for any pest control issue and see for yourself.
- Highly Professional & Experienced – Our technicians are among the best in the business. They are true professionals in their fields. They do a thorough job and are committed to happy, satisfied customers each and every time.
- Reliable & Effective Service GUARANTEED – When you find mice in your home, you want them gone FAST. We are quick to respond, thorough in our inspections and the treatments delivered are safe, eco-friendly and 100% effective.
What does mice removal involve?
Mice are in constant search of food. Our homes and businesses provide them with easy access to the food supply. As mice are searching for food, they gravitate to dark, hidden areas such as cabinets & cupboards, cold rooms & cellars, basements, garages, sheds and/or any area that is easy to crawl into and hide from sight.
Tying to remove mice from your home involves more than placing a few mouse traps around your home. Sadly, oftentimes, while setting a mouse trap solves the infestation in the short term, the problem tends to come back every few months.
Eliminating mice involves the strategic and proper use of baits and traps throughout your home or business and identification of all the entry points being used by mice to enter. If you do not properly seal and eliminate entry points means that the real cause of the problem is not addressed. It will be a matter of time before you experience a mouse infestation problem.
Mouse extermination vs. removal
A well-experienced pest control expert will be able to diagnose a rodent infestation, track and determine the level of infestation and develop a customized solution to fit your unique situation, budget and needs. Pest control companies mostly rely on extermination techniques and the use of poisons to kill rodents in your home. This technique does not suit all situations and all clients.
At Icon Pest, we offer eco-friendly treatments and do not recommend the use of poisons and harsh chemicals to kill mice in your home. After all, if you do not remove all the rodent carcasses from your home, foul and unpleasant smell will take over your home in no time.
Before you make a decision on the treatment plan that is right for you, call Icon Pest and Wildlife Control to learn about our mouse & rodent removal treatment options. We have a variety of techniques to suit your budget and needs. We will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours and provide you with a hassle-free and no-obligation quote.
If you have any questions about mice removal in Mississauga, give us a call at (647) 325 9060 We will be happy to help, anytime.