Insects and pests inside the home can be a real pain, but perhaps the worst pest of all to have in your property is mice.
If you live in a rural or period property that’s prone to pest infestation, it’s essential that you know how to prevent mice from entering your home – and here at Home Logic, we have a solution that will solve this struggle, and save you money as well. Here’s how…
Tell-tale Signs of Mice (and Top Tips to Tackle Them!)
There’s several tell-tale signs of mice having entered your property, and of course actually seeing them (dead or alive) is the first!
However, it may not be so obvious that you have a pest problem. You may hear strange noises in your floor, ceiling and wall cavities, spot droppings, or find gnawed food or possessions around the house.
Once mice have moved in, it can be a time-consuming and expensive job to get them out again – not to mention inconvenient, as you have fumigators and specialist pest control teams enter your property and seal off parts to chemically treat them.
Having mice in your home isn’t just an inconvenience, though: it’s a fully-fledged risk to you and your family’s health.
Mice droppings contain some seriously nasty allergens. Even just being exposed to the same air as them can cause, and aggravate, airborne nasties that can be seriously damaging to human health.
However, there is a fault-free, cheaper and less inconvenient method to giving mice their marching orders, and it’s something you’re unlikely to have considered before: spray foam insulation.