Block your entry with putty or weather stripping to seal small holes in the base, siding and doors. Cover the holes with adhesive tape and insert steel wool into the vents to deter entry without restricting air flow. Steel wool is impossible for mice to chew and will naturally deter rodents. Shrubs and branches basically invite mice and insects into your home.
Cut your road to the house by trimming the bushes outside your home. Be sure to keep the woodpiles at least 20 feet away from the house, since mice like to nest in piles. A close inspection along baseboards or near any holes in the floor, such as where radiator pipes pass, can show friction marks or gnawed areas where rodents have chewed for access. A live trap is a humane, poison-free way to trap and release rodents while alerting you when they are entering your home.
Wrapping problem areas with rodent tape (which is treated with components also found in chilies) can help prevent mice from returning. You can place some garlic at the entry points where rodents enter and, if they find it, they will flee and look for another place to infest. Once you've found some potential entrances, seal them tightly to prevent rodents and other pests from entering. Rodents are usually easy to handle if you know how to get rid of them, and traps would be a good answer to your problem.
Lake Norman Pest Control offers reliable, high-quality services that ensure the elimination of rodents and other pests. A pet that loves to hunt prey, or even an owl that nests outdoors in your garden, can be excellent rodent control. Wide open garage doors can be an invitation for rats and mice, especially in autumn, when these rodents are looking for a warm place for the winter. According to a pest expert from Cornelius, North Carolina, steel wool is effective because rodents cannot chew on the wire and, at the same time, it bothers their teeth.
Rodents like to chew on electrical cables that sometimes cause short circuits and can cause fire hazards. However, there is still no fully effective rodent-proof insulation on the market, although aerosol foam insulation can help keep rodents at bay. We'll take care of the difficult job of sealing rodent entry points and trapping existing rodents to get rid of these frustrating pests once and for all. If you want to keep those rodents out of your home in a brutal way, what you need are rodent poisons.