Mouse Control Services

Having a mouse problem in your home can quickly escalate. If you’ve seen signs of an infestation, including mouse droppings or furry mice scurrying across the floor, contact us today for mouse control services.

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California homeowners will most likely encounter two types of mice: deer (or white-footed) mice and house mice. House mice—as their name might suggest—are the most commonly type of mouse found in Coachella Valley homes. Deer mice are sometimes also called field mice. They are typically found outdoors. But, as temperatures drop during California’s winters, they may try to enter Coachella Valley homes.

No matter their species, all mice are small rodents that are usually 2.5-3.75 inches long with tails about 2.75-4 inches long. They are lightly colored, most are gray or light brown. And, they have a round, slightly triangular shape and large ears.

While mice may be cute, you should be diligent about checking for their signs. Mice reproduce rapidly. In just a few weeks, a SMALL mice population can explode into the hundreds if left unchecked. So, if you see a single mouse, find fresh droppings, or see teeth marks on furniture or walls, you should call in professional mouse exterminators immediately.

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Mouse Control Services in Coachella Valley, CA


A mouse infestation needs to be taken care of as soon as possible by mouse removal services. Mouse exterminators like the Bug Guys Pest Control know that having mice in your home can cause major problems.

First, and most dangerously, mice are able to transmit diseases to humans, both through their feces and urine, and through the parasites they host on their bodies. For example, a rodent tick bite can lead to Lyme Disease and rodent feces can lead to salmonella. Mice can also transmit Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome, Leptospirosis, and LCM. Suffice it to say, you don’t want mice in your home.

Mice are not only bad for your health, they can also cause a lot of damage to your property. Mice can quickly eat and damage furniture, clothing, and even electrical wires are not safe from these little pests and their frequent chewing.

Mice nest inside of homes and walls, particularly as the weather grows colder. Once they establish roots, mice remain close to their nests, rarely venturing too far from their homes. Thus, a mice problem can lead to a foul odor within the home and damage at the nesting site, which can be very difficult to remedy.


If you need Coachella Valley mouse removal, don’t delay. Call the Bug Guys Pest Control. Our mouse exterminators are fully licensed, insured, and have decades of mouse control and pest removal experience.

When you call Bug Guys, you will be awed by our fast response time and the quality of our mouse removal. But, our fast response times are not the only thing impressive about Bug Guys mouse exterminators. Once we get to work, we will eliminate all possibility of mice returning to your home. We remove all nesting sites, trap the mice in your home, and seal even the smallest opening to ensure that you will never have to worry about a mice problem again.

Call the Bug Guys Pest Control today and remove those pesky mice as soon as possible!

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If you truly want to maintain a pest-free environment, call on Bug Guys Pest Control at (760) 565-1203 today!

We will take a look at what is happening in your home and come up with a plan to help you going forward.

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Does one mouse mean an infestation?
Typically finding one mouse means that other mice are running around your home. Mice are fast reproducers. A single female mouse can have up to ten litters in a single year, and have up to ten offspring with each liter. The longer an infestation is allowed to continue, the bigger the problem. If you identify mouse droppings or see a mouse in your home, don’t hesitate to contact your local pest controller, Bug Guys Pest Control.
What causes mice infestation?
Mice, like many other pests, are looking for a safe place to call home. They are also looking for a place that has ample availability of food. Human homes are the best place for any pests. If you leave out food or have uncovered trash, it sends out a single for pests to invade the house. If you have any cracks that can allow the mice to enter is typically how they get in and create their nests. Once there, they will reproduce quickly, and that is how an infestation occurs.
How do you know if mice are gone?
Mice can be destructive, so knowing that they are gone can bring peace of mind. You will know if mice are gone if you no longer hear or see them. You will also know they are no longer a problem if mice droppings aren’t in their usual places, being under counters in cabinets and along baseboards of the walls. To prevent a reoccurrence mouse problem, keep all food covered, and limited to the kitchen and dining room. If you are concerned about having an ongoing infestation, our technicians can perform an inspection to make sure they are gone for good.
What happens if mice die in your walls?
When mice die in the walls, you can expect an unpleasant odor to occur. Mice, just like any other type of rotting body, will smell, even though it is behind the walls, it will give off an odor until the body had decomposed. Because it is behind the walls, it is often difficult to near impossible to remove the body without having to pay money for repairs to the walls. Some times this is simply a waiting game until the smell goes away. However, you can opt to have the mice located and removed to eliminate the issue.
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