Are you hearing animal noises in the walls?
Do you hear scratching in the walls? If so, it's time to call a local mouse exterminator with a proven track record for effective nuisance animal control.
Noises in the walls are often caused by mice which enter the home in a variety of ways. It's not always apparent to a homeowner just how mice are getting in. A lot of mouse extermination companies will do trapping by snap traps, glue boards or even use poison. While all of these methods work to remove existing mice from the home, it doesn't address the underlying issue.
When possible our trained mouse extermination and EXCLUSION professionals start by walking the client around the property during the inspection. This is a great time to show common signs of mice or other animals entering the walls, foundation, eves or even the roof. Thorough inspection of entry points is the key first step in a mouse extermination job.
After the inspection, our experts will close up the entrance points so no more mice can get in the house. Once the rodents have been properly excluded from the house, we move on to the mouse extermination and eradication phase.
The number one choice for our mouse extermination team is properly placed glue traps. They are highly effective in eliminating mice from homes. We never use poisons to get rid of mice! This is the only way to guarantee that dead mice won't be stinking up the house in the walls or ceilings. After a few short days, all of the mice inside the home will be trapped and the animal noises in the walls caused by mice will cease.
Leading causes of noises in the walls:
- Wild animals nesting, or storing food for winter.
- Flying Squirrels
- Bees & Other Insects
- Construction gaps allowing wind to make noises.
- Loose mechanical connections related to plumbing / heating pipes.
- Heating / cooling / water heater noises.
If you're unsure what the noises in your walls are, the trained wildlife control technicians at American Animal Control, LLC, will do the inspection to make sure the noises you hear aren't animals eating away at your wires and causing irreparable damages to your home and insulation.