Mouse & Rat Control Service in Baltimore, MD
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Mice & Rats
Mice bring disease and destruction to human places!
Call us and we’ll exterminate these pests.
Why Do You Need a Mouse Exterminator in Baltimore?
- Mice devour your food and destroy the pantry.
- Mice carry diseases like lymphocytic choriomeningitis (LCMV) and hauntavirus (and more).
- We hunt mice down and find all their hiding places.
- We kill them with a bait and close up entry points so they have a really hard time returning.
- We return on your call to make sure they are gone for good.
Nest Pest Control Service is the solution to your rat and house mouse control problem!
A Little About Our Baltimore House Mouse Extermination Service
Nest Pest Control Has Killed & Removed Thousands Of Rats, Mice & Other Rodents In Maryland!
Rats and mice are a challenging rodent and have been for thousands of years. They love to live where people do because we tend to have a lot of food around. And our houses are warm and dry. These are things that these pests enjoy.
The big problem is their destructive nature. Mice and rats will eat your food, chew on wires and through walls and more. They also tend to carry disease. Everything from bacterial infections to hantavirus.
We Are Mouse, Rat & Squirrel Control Experts
We’ve trapped 100s and exterminated thousands of different rodents in the Baltimore area. Over the last two decades we’ve gained more experience and more understanding than almost all the other pest control services in town!
Mice carry many diseases. Let us exterminate them for you.
Nest Pest Control is the Mice Exterminator You Need in Baltimore!
A small mouse problem can become a large infestation in a relatively short time. Within 2 months after birth, they can reproduce, and they can reproduce every 3 weeks or so!
They also carry disease like salmonella, and hantavirus, and run all over your food. Where you touch it. And eat it. And get sick.
Call Nest Pest Control before that happens.
We have been exterminating rats and other pests in Baltimore for years!
Rats can be your house’s worst nightmare. They chew through wires, wood, plastic and insulation to build nests. This causes everything from minor annoyances to major property damage in the form of fires and floods.
Whether they are crawling the sewers and carrying all the disease in those places or they are in a field and simply devastate a crop, these creatures can really cause problems. Here in Baltimore, we have Brown Rats, sometimes called Norway Rats (pictured), Roof Rats and Black Rats. Those Norway Rats can grow up to almost a foot in length!
A brown rat, looking for it’s next meal.
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It!
Some great testimonials prove we do a good job at all types of pest control, including mice control.
Nest Pest Services did a wonderful job handling my roach problem! I will use them again. We love the work that they perform.
Nest Pest Control did a great job taking care of our bed bug problem! We have not seen one bed bug since thanks so much you guys rock
Nest pest control did a great job killing bed bugs! I will use them again.
But You Have To Call Soon.
Our schedule fills up fast and we want to make sure you get your mouse situation taken care of now.
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Nest is the Best Choice for a Mouse Exterminator in Baltimore.
We’ve been serving the Baltimore area for years and have decades of experience.
We know pests like mice and rats and how to control them properly.
We guarantee we’ll kill all your mice.
If not, we’ll continue treatment until we eradicate them.
Did you know…
The brown rats that live here in Baltimore gan grow pretty large, about a foot in length and up to 1.5 pounds. However, a much larger rodent is the Gambian pouch rat. It can get up to 5 pounds in weight and 3 feet long!
Gambian pouched rats can be very useful to people, though, and one, named Magawa, has received a hero medal for his service in detecting 71 landmines and 38 items of unexploded ordnance in Cambodia. How’s that for a useful animal?
A lot of people have questions about mouse control, pest control in general and our company. Here are a few questions that you might have:
How do mice and rats spread disease?
Both of these rodents spread disease through their fecal droppings (up to 100 droppings in a day!), hair, urine and saliva. Although they can spread through a bite, mice and rats rarely bite people.
Usually, people get sick from touching a surface where a mouse has been and then touching a mucus surface (nose, eyes, mouth). So if you suspect a mouse in the house, clean surfaces, disinfect them, and wash your hands. Wear a mask if you are cleaning up their droppings.
Can I catch mice and rats with mouse traps?
Yes! However, that is only the start of exterminating mice and rats. After killing them, you need to make sure the rest of the nest is eliminated. Also, prevention is a necessary requirement in controlling mouse and rat populations in times to come.
All of this can be dangerous. Whether by breathing in dust from these rodents, getting scratched or bit, or just hunting them down, it is best to hire a professional like Nest Pest Control. We can better ensure these rodents are exterminated and will stay away in the future.
Who will answer when I call Nest Pest Control?
9 out of 10 times the owner of Nest Services, James, will answer the phone. Nest Services LLC does business as Nest Services, Nest Pest Control, Nest Pest Control Service and even Nest Tree Service (for tree removal in Maryland).
If James cannot answer, for whatever reason, one of his dispatchers will answer the phone and answer of all your questions, set up appointment times and make sure you are taken care of well.
Who is the owner of Nest Services?
James Williams has owned Nest Services for more than a decade. He started in pest control services some 20+ years ago and after a few years, he and a coworker started their own pest control business. After a few more years, the coworker decided to do a different career entirely and James has been running the pest control show ever since.