Rodent / Mice Exclusion
For many people, there is nothing more terrifying than discovering a mouse or rodent in their home. If you already have a mouse or rodent in your home, you’ll need to get some help from a professional animal removal specialist. However, the easiest way to deal with a rodent/mice problem is to avoid it in the first place, and the best way to do that is to have some exclusionary equipment installed by an experienced wildlife exclusionary specialist in Maryland.
At K.P. Wildlife, we’ve been providing home and business owners in Maryland with our animal exclusionary services for years, and wanted to talk about why you should have rodent/mice exclusionary devices installed on your property.
Rodents and Mice Can Bring With them Health Hazards
There’s little more important in life than your health, and the health of those around you that you care about and depend upon. It may be scary to have a rat, mouse, or any kind of rodent in your house, but it can also be dangerous. Rodents can carry a number of diseases, and are generally dirty animals. They can spread their diseases by getting into food that is later consumed, or via scratches and bites. If you’ve come into contact with a rodent, we recommend you seek some medical attention. We also recommend the usage of exclusionary equipment to avoid rodents and health issues in the first place.
Rodents and Mice Most Commonly Found in Maryland
Many different species of rodent call Maryland home, but not all of them are as commonly found as others are. Any rodent or mouse could make its way onto your property or into your home, but these are some of the species we find ourselves removing, or excluding, the most:
- Norway Rats
- House mice
- Field mice
- Deer mice
Have a rodent on your property that you’re looking to identify, but are struggling to do so? Any quality Maryland wildlife control specialist should be able to assist you in identifying rodents, and most kinds of animals, that make their way onto your property.