Virginia Mice Removal Techniques

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. provides mice removal and mouse removal from structures in Virginia.

Mice exclusion (Repairs), mice trapping and mice bait placement are key to effective mouse removal.  Knowing their biological habits, performing the necessary repairs, and the use of traps, if necessary, and or rodenticide baits for a minimum of 60 days will solve most mouse problems.  When ideal habitat, water, and food for mice are within your property or structure, monthly or annual baiting services are recommended to prevent and or eliminate new mice from trying to enter your structure.

There are many different ways to get rid of mice, but if you are looking for a professional, permanent solution to your mouse problem, with a written guarantee and warranted for a one year minimum, you have found one of the only companies in Virginia that can provide you with this and back it up.  

Your Wildlife Professional will inspect every square foot of the exterior of your home or business looking for current and potential mice entry points. When they find these current and potential entry points they will seal them with 35 – 50 year sealant that is backed with a permanent rodent proof material, install rigid screens, or chimney caps and covers. If you just repair the current entry points without sealing the potential penetration points, the mice will just move to those potential entry points. 

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Mice create offensive odors and viruses due to their urine and droppings and disrupt your sleep with their gnawing.  Mouse removal is one of our specialties.  We have helped restore peace of mind to over a thousand of residential and commercial customers over the last 18 years.  Mice removal is a technical process that requires professional experience.  Do not risk people’s health or yours to anybody.  You can trust our trained professional staff to solve any mouse problem you may have, guaranteed and warranted for a minimum of one year!   

Your Mouse Service Agreement will describe and identify, in written and/or graphed format, all of the inspected areas of the structure, current and potential mouse entry points, contaminations, a description of the warranty, its limitations, and its time period, and a price to remove the mice from the structure. 

In addition to the service agreement we may also take photos to document the inspected areas of your structure with current and/or potential mouse entry points and contaminations as evidence/proof to you of the issues associated with the mice and to protect Your Mice Professional from any potential liabilities. 

Your mouse service agreement will also contain a description of the warranty, its limitations, and its time period.  The warranty will not start until the final repairs on your structure or 100% eviction is confirmed by Your Mouse Professional and you.  It is limited to several mice entering the interior of your structure.  The warranty time period will not be less than one year and will not exceed the manufacturer’s minimum service life of any exclusion material we use on your structure.  Prior to your warranty expiring, we will send you a renewal notice letting you know your mice warranty is getting ready to expire.  Upon the renewal payment, as stated on your mouse service agreement, we will return to you structure for reinspection. 

Your mouse service agreement will contain a price to exclude and remove the mice from your structure. The price reflects the Your Mouse Professional’s ability and experience to perform mouse removal services based upon industry standards, material costs, labor, and profit.

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What happens before the mice are removed from your structure?

Mouse Exclusion is a technique where all the current and potential mouse entry points stated in your mouse service agreement, are made uninhabitable or impervious to a mouse by the use/application/installation of exclusion materials by Your Mouse Professional.

Mouse Exclusion materials are rodent proof building materials or components that may be used/applied/installed/dispensed, but are not limited to, caulk, adhesives, or sealants, backer rod, chinking, foam, wire mesh, metal flashing or coil stock, chimney caps, or any other rodent proof building construction materials that will prevent mice from entering your structure once the mouse repairs have been completed

Mouse Exclusion materials will be applied to all current and potential mouse entry points that lead into the interior of your structure from the exterior of your structure. Mouse entry points are any area eighteen (18) inches below grade and any areas above grade that may emit air draft from your structure that are greater than or equal to 5/8 inch round or 3/8-inch wide and 3/4 -inch long regardless of its orientation.  

How Your Mouse Professional removes mice from your structure.

Mice removal is a process of removing mice from a residential or commercial property by the use of traps, rodenticides, and exclusion.

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. provides rodent control, mice pest control, mice removal, mouse removal, mice control, mouse control, can get rid of mice, and mice infestations in the counties, cities and towns of Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia.

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Virginia Mice Health Concerns

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. deals with mice health concerns, such as hantavirus, in Virginia.

Mice are a host for ticks and for organisms causing typhus fever and certain infectious diseases.  They also harbor roundworm and other internal parasites.

Mice transfer tick born diseases, such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Ehrlichiosis, and Tularemia bacteria, to the Lone Star and American Dog Ticks. 

Mice droppings, urine, saliva, and blood of infected mice can have virus particles.  Breathing the dust that has come into contact with their droppings has been linked to the deadly mice hantavirus.

Virginia Department of Health Hantavirus

If you suspect that you have have mice, or an accumulation of mice droppings in the counties, cities or town of Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia. 

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Mice Droppings

Virginia Mice Damage

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. offers prevention of rodent damage, mice damage and mouse damage in residential and commercial properties in Virginia.

Mice create more mental damage to people than physical damage to their property.  There are several theories and misconceptions about mice that can really scare people.  We stick to the facts about mice and will educate you to the best of our knowledge to help with that fear of mice. Each mouse that lives in your home or business will expel 50 - 60 droppings a day and urinate everywhere they travel.  Over time the buildup of mouse droppings and urine can create a lot of damage to your home or business.  The combination of mice droppings and urine can create a strong offensive odor and will contaminate your attic and crawlspace insulation.  The longer the mice are in the structure, the more damage their droppings and urine can create.  There are other issues associated with the buildup of mouse droppings in a structure that are discussed in the Mice Health Concerns section.

The only way to determine if you have mouse damage in an attic or your crawlspace is to have your professional mouse removal company perform a mouse damage assessment.  A mouse damage assessment involves inspecting the areas that mice are living in, such as your crawlspace or attic. If the mice have been in the house for a long time and the mice droppings and urine accumulate, then there is a possibility of mice damage.  Mouse damage is usually determined at the time of the initial inspection.  Most of the mice damage we see are the droppings and urine stains that are on or in the insulation in the attic and crawlspace.  At this point a partial clean-out or a full attic restoration will be necessary.

An estimate for the repairs will be provided to you at the time of our initial consultation / inspection of your home or business.

Prior to removing the mice from your home or business, we recommend that all the necessary repairs that will prevent mice from entering your home or business are performed.  All our repairs are warranted for one year.

If Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. can help prevent mice damage or mouse damage by providing mouse removal or get rid of mice in the counties, cities and towns of Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia. 

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Virginia Mice Identification

Mouse Body Size:

Mouse Average Length (Adult):  5” – 8” long. (Tail Included.)

Mouse Tail Length:  2 1/2” - 4 1/2” long.

Mouse Average Weight (Adult):  1/2 oz. – 1 oz.

Young at Birth:  Blind, naked, and helpless.

10 Days:  Furred.

14 Days:  Eyes open.

Mouse Voice and Sounds: 

Rapid squeaks, chirps, and chatters.

Mouse Scat:          

1/4” long, 1/8” in diameter and both ends rounded.

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. has been providing mouse identification in Virginia since 1998.  If you need mice identification in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia, Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. is available to solve your mouse problem.

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Virginia Mice, Mouse, or Rodent Reproduction

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. considers both the time of year and the reproductive life cycle of mice within their respective geographic region of Virginia prior to removing the mice from your home or business in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, or Yorktown Virginia. 

Time of Year:  Continuous.  Up to 14 litters a year.  More in spring and fall.

Mouse Gestation:  19 - 21 Days                            

Number of Young Mice Born:  Average 7 - 11

Weaning:  3 weeks.

Average Reproductive Age of Mice:  6 weeks old.   

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Other Information About Mice in Virginia

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. removes mice from residential and commercial structures in Virginia.  It is not always important to know everything about mice, but often clients need to know other information about mice in Virginia.  Below are some additional facts about mice that you may want to know.  If you live in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, or Yorktown Virginia and would like to know more about mice, please give us a call.

Mice Habitat: 

Occupied and unoccupied buildings, abandoned fields, overgrown fence rows, log piles, lumber piles, ground cover plants.

Mice Home: 

Their nests are very well hidden in wall voids, in attic and crawl space insulation, stored boxes, etc.  The nest is composed of scrapes of paper, shredded fabrics, grass, cardboard fragments, and will usually have food stored in them

Mice Home Range: 

10 feet from nest.   Shifts with food abundance.

Mice Food: 

They consume just about anything that is edible.  Grain, vegetable products, insects (even cockroaches), bird seeds, pet foods, and even raw meat.  They do not require water, but will drink it if it is available.

Mice Habits: 

They are active throughout the night and day. 

Mice Average Life Span: 

Up to 18 months, average is 1 year.

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Mouse Hole

Virginia Dead Mice Removal

​​​​Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. provides dead mice removal services in Virginia. If you have a dead mouse in your home or business in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia, Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. is available to remove the dead mouse from your property.

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Virginia Frequently Asked Questions About Mice Removal

​​​​Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. is frequently asked questions about mice in Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia, Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. is available to answer any questions you have about mice on your property.

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Do you charge for mice removal services?
-    Yes.  We are not funded by your local, state or federal government.  We are a private business and must charge for our mice services.

Do you guarantee your mice removal service?
-    We guarantee that you will receive the most courteous, honest, and professional wildlife management service in Virginia or its FREE!
-    Any mice repairs performed on your property will be warrented for a minimum of 1 year.

What does the mice removal service fee cover?
-    The mice service fee covers us coming out, inspecting the exterior to find all the holes, setting the traps, pesticide baiting, and keeping them baited for the service term period stated on your mice service agreement.
-    The mice service fee price is based on the height of the house and the accessibility to the holes.  We will give you this price over the phone.

What does the price per mice trip fee cover?
-    Cost effective to the customer knowing that we may catch several mice every trip.
-    The price per mice trip fee covers us coming out, removing the contaminated traps and mice from your property, re-setting a clean trap with fresh bait, cleaning and disinfecting the contaminated trap for the next customer.

Do I have to sign a mice service agreement?
-    Yes.  In order to protect you and our company a mice service agreement must be signed.
-    Our cmice service agreements spell out the services to be provided, as well as our guarantee and warranties.
-    You should not do work with a company that is not willing to back up their work in writing.

How many mouse traps will you set?
-    We set several professional grade humane mouse snap traps and or a minimum of 2 prodenticide bait stations..

Do you put enough food and water in the traps for the mice in case you cannot get to it right a way?
-    The traps euthanize the mice when captured.

Will you inspect my attic and crawl space for mice?
-    Yes, prior to trapping the mice out of your house we will inspect both areas for evidence of mice and for mice damages.

How long is the mice service fee good for?
-    Your cmice service agreement will specify the time period that it is good for, which is usually a minimum of 30 days.
-    If the mice have not been caught or under control in 30 days, which is rare, we will leave the traps and or rodenticide bait stations as long as it takes to catch them at no additional service fee cost.

How long does your standard service last once you pull the traps?
-    Our standard service fee is usually a minimum of 30 days.  Once we pull the traps or after the mice have been captured, we will re-set the traps or pesticide bait stations upon your request for an additional fee.

Why did you pull the traps and bait stations before 30 days?
-    Once the mice have been captured and we have not had any captures or you have not seen or heard any activity in a week we will pull the traps and do the repairs.  Leaving the traps set will only increase the chances of capturing mice looking for a new home. 
-    You also have the option of purchasing the optional monthly service.

Will you repair the damaged areas to prevent future mouse problems?
-    Yes.  We will inspect the entire structure to find the current problem area(s), as well as any potential problems areas that should be repaired.  We will give you an itemized estimate of these repairs and a price in your contract.  You have the option to do what repairs you feel comfortable with.  We will only recommend repairs that we feel are important to prevent future problems.

Do you warranty your repairs?
-    All of our warranties have a one-year minimum, with an option to renew that warranty at the end of that year.

How long does your warranty last for mice?
-    For one year from the date of completion.
-    You must approve all of the repairs on the repair service agreement in order to get a full service warranty with the option to renew at the end of the year.

What is covered in my warranty fee for mice?
-    Once the target animal(s) have been captured or we pull the traps the optional service warranty period will start upon completion of the repairs.
-    This warranty will cover coming out, setting traps, re-baiting as long as it takes to catch the mice and the per mice trip fee.

How long will you renew your warranty?
-    As long as you keep paying the renewal we will keep it under warranty.

What do I get with the annual service warranty renewal fee?
-    Once we receive your payment for the renewal we will return to your home and inspect the repaired areas for penetrations from the mice.
-    If a mouse or mice penetrates the structure while it is under warranty, we will remove the mice and repair the original damaged area for free.

What happens if a mice penetrates an area that did not require repair in the initial service?
-    We will remove the mice for free and there might be a minimal charge for the repair.
-    If the penetration point is obviously something we overlooked, there will be no charge at all to remove the mice and repair the damaged area.

What if a different type of animal penetrates your repairs?
-    If this were to happen, we probably would treat it as if it were the same animal.

Does this annual service warranty renewal fee inflate as the house gets older?
-    No it does not.

What does exclusion mean?
-    It is a technique where damaged areas or possible penetration points are made uninhabitable or penetrable to the mice. 

How often do you re-bait the mouse traps?
-    Every 1 to 5 days depending on the time of year and weather.
-    We like to keep the bait as fresh or not dried up as possible.  If you feel like the trap needs bait or you do not see the bait in the trap, call us and we will send someone out to re-bait it as soon as possible.

What if a mouse is trapped when you come out to re-bait?
-    We will call you or leave a note on your door that we picked up an animal.

What types of mouse bait do you use?
-    We use specialty paste baits that are formulated for mice designed by professionals in our industry for professional use.

How many mouse traps will you set?
-    We set a minimum of two mouse traps, more if available.

Where do you set the mouse traps?
-    As close to the damage areas as possible.

Can the mice get out of the trap?
-    No.  The traps euthanize the mice immediately when trapped.

How much are the repairs?
-    We will inspect the entire structure to find the current problem area(s), as well as any potential problems areas that should be repaired.  We will give you an itemized estimate of these repairs and prices in your contract.  You have the option to do what repairs you feel comfortable with.  We will only recommend repairs that we feel are important to prevent future problems.

I have 30 mice in my house at times and I do not want to pay to have every mouse in the neighborhood trapped.
-    We will not trap every mouse in the neighborhood.  We place the traps in your home near the damage.
-    Mice are very territorial and we will only trap the mice that are in your house or building. 

What happens if you start catching a bunch of mice?  
-    We average 2 to 20 mice per job.  Very seldom do we catch more.  
-    We recommend that as long as we are catching mice and the customer is still hearing noise, that the mice should be removed.  We will discount the service once we are done.

How do I know what type of rodent is in my attic?
-    I am hearing a gnawing and scratching noise early in the morning before daylight and in the evening just after dark in the same place.  Probably Gray Squirrels.  
-    I am hearing a lot of noise in my attic late at night.  High pitched chirps, gnawing, scratching and thumping noises.  Probably Flying Squirrels.
-    I am hearing a lot of noise in my attic late at night.  High pitched chirps, gnawing, scratching, but no thumping noises.  It is probably mice or rats.  
-    It is always safe to Contact Us and make sure.  Other animals that frequent attics and wall voids are Opossums, Raccoons, and Mice.
    
When would be a good time for you to get in my attic to set the mouse traps?
-    We will set snap traps in the attic space for mice.
-    It is possible to trap mice in the attic, but it can take a long time.
-    Entering the attic space where the mice are can be dangerous and it can also make the mice a little weary to the traps.

How soon can you set the mouse traps?
-    We will typically set the traps the day you call.
-    We always have traps available.
-    We carry the necessary traps needed in our trucks daily on a seasonal basis to better service the customer the day they call.
-    We do not like to put anything off until tomorrow.

How often do you check the mouse traps?
-    State law requires that the traps are checked daily.
-    We ask you as the customer to check the traps sometimes and notify us when we have an animal in the trap.
-    By the customer checking the traps, this will eliminate additional costs to the customer and it will also speed up the removal process.

How do I get in touch with the technician once a mouse is trapped?
-    The contract has our office number on it as well as our business card.
-    Our office manager will notify the technician.

 

We live out of town and cannot check the mouse traps everyday?
-    We can provide a complete service to you.
-    If this is a rental property we can contact the tenants and ask them to check the traps if necessary.

We are going out of town next week and do not have anybody that can check the mouse traps daily?
-    We will make arrangements to have our technicians check the traps for you.
-    An additional cost may be incurred.

Will you pick up trapped mice on the weekend and holidays?
-    Yes, we work on the weekends.
-    We typically shut the traps down for holidays so that the customer does not have to be bothered with checking them.

How long does it take for a technician to pick up mice once I have called it in?
-    We will make every effort we can to pick up the mice and re-set a trap as soon as possible.
-    We often have two to three trucks out at a time and the office manager will notify the closest technician to your property. 

Where do you relocate the animals?
-    Only squirrels can be relocated in Virginia.

What do you do with the animal after you catch it?
-    Our permit allows us to transport the live mice to another location to be euthanized.

Why can’t you just seal up the hole(s) in the middle of the day when they are out of the house and we are not hearing any noise?
-    Mice are in and out of their nest all day.  You hear more noise in the morning and evening, because they are all in there at once.
-    You are taking a chance on sealing a mouse in the house and it dying in there.  
-    Most importantly, once a mice(s) has established a nesting area in your home it will do everything it can to stay.  If the mice(s) are out and we seal up the holes, the mice(s) will only chew another hole somewhere else in the house.
-    The more that you mess with the mice the smarter they get and the harder it is to get rid of them!

How do you all know when to seal up the mouse hole?
-    Once we go a couple of days without catching anything, we will cover the hole with tape or just seal the hole.
-    Generally, once you go through a series of catches and they stop, you have removed the mice that know where that hole is.
-    If we are in doubt, we will contact the customer to see if they are hearing any noise.

There is a mouse trapped in my wall, can you get it out?
-    There is a good chance that the mouse is not trapped in the wall, it is most likely building a nest in that location.
-    Once a mouse gets in a house it can go anywhere.
-    If a mice is actually trapped in the wall void, then we can remove it by cutting a 4 1/2  inch hole in the wall to remove it.
-    Please Contact Us so that we can set up an appointment.

I have a mouse in my fireplace?  
-    Not a problem, Contact Us to set up an appointment.
-    We will give you an estimate for a chimney cap(s) when we arrive.

I have a mouse in my house or basement.
-    Not a problem, Contact Us to set up an appointment.
-    Usually we can remove the mice shortly after we arrive.  Trapping is necessary when a lot of obstructions are in the way.
-    We will tell you how the mice got in when we get there.

Can you remove the contaminated insulation from my attic?
-    Yes, we offer insulation cleanout and installation services.

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Virginia Mice - Mouse - Rodent Removal

Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. provide rodent control, mice removal, mice control, and mice pest control in Virginia. 

Mice adapt to residential and commercial environments easily and usually by choice.  Mice adapt easily due to the abundance of food and shelter.  People provide food sources such as dumpsters, trash cans, bird feeders, squirrel feeders, and pet food bowls that are replenished regularly.  Residential and commercial landscapes provide attractive natural food sources such as nuts, buds, and fruits from trees that mice will favor.  Once a mouse has found a prevalent food source it will look for a nesting site that is relatively close to that food source.  In most instances, structures around your home or in your home become the nesting site. A mouse will look for an area outside of your home or business that poses the least resistance.  Rotten stumps, debris piles, concrete slabs, driveways, open loading dock doors, open garage doors, and stone walls are a few locations for their outside dens.  Gable vents, attic fans, exhaust vents, foundation vents, or rotten wood behind your gutter or in your soffit are a few locations that they will gain access for a nesting site.  As the mouse population grows so will the damage and potential viruses.  Extensive burrows under concrete slabs, driveways, and stone walls will cause costly repairs due to settling from these structures.  Chewed electrical wires create the risk of fire and odor issues from their droppings and urine can create a biohazard in your attic or crawlspace insulation.  As long as we continue to urbanize, and provide an abundance of food to the mice, they will continue to adapt to human environments and pose a threat to homes, businesses, and human health.

If you need rodent control, mice removal, mice control, to get rid of mice, or to get rid of a mice infestation in the counties, cities and towns of Alexandria, Arlington, Bedford, Blacksburg, Bristol, Charlottesville, Covington, Chesapeake, Danville, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Lynchburg, Loudon, Manassas, Martinsville, Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Staunton, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, Williamsburg, Winchester, Wytheville, and Yorktown Virginia. Your Wildlife Professionals, Inc. is here to help you.  Please Contact Us to help solve your mice problem. 

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Mice found in an outdoor grill.

Mice access under siding corner channel of a house.

Southern & Southwest Virginia

Blue Ridge Wildlife & Pest Management, LLC
Wildlife & Fisheries Biologists on Staff
Roanoke, Bedford, Blacksburg, Covington, Radford, Smith Mountain Lake Areas
540-776-1769
Martinsville, Danville, Lynchburg Areas
434-234-4445
Bristol, Marion, Wytheville Areas
276-200-0074

Central & Northern Virginia

Blue Ridge Wildlife & Fisheries Management, LLC
Wildlife & Fisheries Biologist on Staff
Harrisonburg, Lexington, Staunton, Waynesboro Areas
540-520-0474
Charlottesville
434-422-4024
Richmond
804-210-3091
Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Loudon, Manassas, Winchester, Washington D.C. Areas
571-308-6701

Eastern Tidewater Virginia

Cornwell's Wildlife Control, LLC
Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Sufolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Yorktown Areas
757-238-2439
 

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