Mice & Critter Control in Miami, FL

Nothing is more creepy than hearing the consistent scurrying of furry critters in your walls and ceiling. Hearing that sound lets you know that you have unsanitary visitors that can rob you of your comfortable home environment. When you hear these sounds, contact A-Team Trappers for mice control in Miami, FL quickly. Mice produce up to 40 offspring per year and are carriers of a number of diseases, including eosinophilic meningitis and leptospirosis. They can also present a threat to your home. Critters such as rats and squirrels have been known to chew through wood and electrical wire, causing fires and structural damage.

Know the Signs That You Need Critter Control in Miami, FL

You may have a critter in your home and not know it. There are several indicators that you have a critter infestation. These include:

  • The presence of droppings
  • Visible dirt or grease marks on walls or floors
  • Mouse tracks or paths outside the home
  • Mouse nests inside the home

If you think you have a mouse in a specific area of your home, you can place baby powder in that area and look for footprints.

About A-Team Trappers

A common myth about getting rid of mice and other critters is that the best way to do it is to use a mouse trap. This is not the proper way to handle the situation for a number of reasons. First, there are specific rules governing how certain critters should be trapped. Secondly, killing one mouse simply leaves an unsanitary mess and doesn’t solve the infestation problem. That mouse has likely left a scent trail of urine, feces, and pheromones for other mice to find him.

What will solve the problem is A-Team Trappers’ comprehensive approach to critter control in Miami, FL, which includes determining where the critters are coming from and sealing off that entrance. Then traps are set to humanely capture the nuisance animals and return them to the wild. Then the process of sanitizing the area begins. This includes:

  • Using an antimicrobial scrub to fog the entire area, eliminating the risk of toxic airborne pathogens.
  • Vacuuming high activity areas and soiled parts of the insulation to remove feces.
  • Removing pheromones from the area.

If you have questions about mice control in Miami, FL, please fill out our contact request form or call us at 305-747-7222.