Mouse control Cambridge



Guaranteed Service


If contractual pests return following service and within the guarantee and warranty period we will return at no additional cost. We work hard on keeping our customers mouse free. We guarantee every service and provide extensive warranties to make sure mice are gone and our customers are happy. Call The Exterminators Inc. for Cambridge pest control services.


Mouse control Cambridge solutions by licensed AND INSURED exterminators.

At Mice Exterminator Cambridge we will deal with your mouse problem. Having mice can be a serious nuisance and a possible health hazard. Mice spread diseases, leave behind harmful bacteria and worst of all, their feces and bacteria will contaminate your dishes, food and any surfaces they may come into contact with. When dealing with a mouse in your household, it is best to hire a professional pest removal company to solve your problem.

We provide the best quality mouse control and extermination services in Cambridge. We offer both residential and commercial rodent removal services. Our services are licensed, dependable and affordable. We offer advanced Pest Control Cambridge measures that are guaranteed to resolve your infestation problem. It doesn’t matter how big or small your mouse invasion is, our technicians can handle both large and small requests.

Our team of professional pest removal technicians are experienced and can identify and eliminate all types of nuisance pests that can invade your property including mice, roaches, ants and just about any pest that can crawl into your home.







To determine the exact location of where the mice come from our technicians have to do a comprehensive external inspection. They look around the perimeter carefully to find entry- and exit points. These Entry- and exit points can be vulnerable points around your property that have developed from wear and tear over the years. Mice are very agile and can come through the tightest holes. These points can be holes, cracks, foundational gaps, crevices, and vents around the building.


After the inspection, we will discuss our next step in the extermination process. Depending on the situation and need of the treatment, we will strategically place tamper-proof bait traps and rodenticide in and around the property to yield maximum results. Tamper-proof bait traps cannot be accessed by children and pets. Keys are needed for this that only the technician has access to.


Once mice activity has stopped, our technician will then move on to the exclusion processes. which includes sealing up of entry-points. We look for holes, cracks, crevices, vents, and structural gaps and other points of entry that seem prone to intrusion.

Mice may look cute and harmless, but their presence can be worse than a few chewed pieces of furniture or gnawed cables. Mice are a health hazard. Most property owners do not realize they have mice until it’s too late. The most obvious sign you have mice are droppings. They resemble chocolate sprinkles. You will also spot one running away out of the corner of your eye. Once you spot this, you should immediately know you have a nest somewhere.

Our mouse removal service normally involves inspection, removal, and finally, exclusion services. Our technicians will visit the site and conduct a thorough inspection of your property. This service is to determine if indeed you have a mouse infestation, the extent of the infestation, damage, and entry points. Depending on the report, our technicians will use the most appropriate method to exterminate your problem.

After we are confident that we have exterminated all the mice in your property, our technicians will carry out an exclusion service to seal up all identified entry points to prevent mice from getting back into your property in the future. Even after an extermination service, a mouse problem isn’t something that goes away overnight. We will make a follow-up visit after a few weeks to make sure everything is fine. We will also advise you on the best practices to reduce the likelihood of mice visiting again.

Call us today and our licensed and trained professionals will soon be at your doorstep with a guaranteed solution.


Exterminator Cambridge is a pest control company you can trust. We take extra time to make sure our customers are pestfree. We have decades of experience dealing with pests which allows us to successfully see every job through to the end.


We use only licensed pest control products. We conduct all our services in accordance with provincial and federal laws and guidelines. Safety is our number one priority when we deal with pests. We assure the safety of you, your family, and beloved pets.


We go the extra mile when performing our pest control services and that is why we offer a 6-month warranty on all our work. If pests are back within the warranty period, we will be back at no additional cost to exterminate them for good. 


Exterminator Cambridge has decades of experience and vast knowledge. All our pest control technicians go through extensive training and real pest managing experience. You can rest easy after booking a service with us knowing you are in good hands!


Mice Facts

The House Mouse, the Field Mouse, the American White-footed Mouse, and the Deer Mouse are some of the most common among the 30 known species. These rodents are considered a pest and a bother to human habitats. Mice are nocturnal rodents meaning that most of their activity takes place at night. Even though they have poor eyesight, their other senses make up for it since these senses are very strong. Mice are favored as pets where they keep people company but can cause health-related issues as vermin causing structural damage to your property through chewing on about everything that they come across. Mice, truly are troublesome pests.

Outdoors, they often are the target of predators, so they are safer being in a residential or commercial property shielded from all dangers. Cats, snakes, birds, and some types of dogs, foxes, and certain species of arthropods are all mice hunters. Despite the long list of predators trying to hunt mice, their intelligence and their ability to adapt make them one of the most successful mammals to roam the earth.


Damage to Property

When you have to deal with a mouse invasion you, undoubtedly, have to deal with a lot more than just the mice. In fact, mice may seem like a secondary problem after you find out what kind of damage they cause and what they are capable of doing. Their size should not be a measure for the destruction they can cause because restoration and repair costs may reach up to the thousands of dollars. Mice have the habit or nibbling and gnawing everything that they come across, seeing that attics might be used as an extra storage space, the attic may be filled with items of sentimental value that may be in danger once the mice starts gnawing and nibbling on it. Not only are your valuables at risk, but the entire building. Mice gnaw on all kinds of material to keep their teeth in check including wiring. When wiring is affected it may cause a fuse which can have destructive consequences. 



Health Hazards

Mice at a first glance might seem very harmful but little do people know that it is a vector of up to 35 diseases. Mice can make people sick through indirect contact which can have dangerous consequences. Feces, salvia, and urine left out in the open can result into indirect contact. One of the most known diseases associated with mice is the Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) that people can get through the Hantavirus. The disease is classified as a respiratory disease that can inflame the lungs badly. 


Why Hire a Professional Mice EXTERMINATION Company?

Mice are opportunistic and determined pests. They will patiently seek out any spaces or defects in your property to gain access. Once they get in, they will cause all manner of destruction that will require out-of-pocket costs to solve. If you spot a mouse scurrying around your business, contact a rodent removal professional immediately, do not underestimate them.

Mice are a serious problem, and if tolerated could lead to business closure. Public health officials, in an attempt to protect consumers from the possibility of buying contaminated produce, will close down any business they suspect has been compromised by pests. It will take your business getting cleaned-up and complying to all countermeasures against pests to be allowed to open shop again, an exercise that is both hectic and expensive for the business owner. A business closure due to rodent contamination could take a toll on your reputation once word gets out about your closure.

Apart from having your business shut down, mice have the capability of literally shutting down your business themselves. Mice are known to gnaw and nibble on anything they come across. Their nibbling habits on beams, walls and electrical wires could compromise the safety and stability of your buildings. Furthermore, when the infestation gets out of hand, you will have to spend much more on extermination and repairs.


It’s easy to underestimate the damage caused by mice; after all, they are cute, tiny critters. A mouse infestation in your home can have a severe impact on your health and wellbeing. Mice love to nest inside our homes due to the safety and availability of food sources. The moment you spot chewed up packaging or droppings in your kitchen-it’s a sign of a major infestation and should not be taken lightly. The right course of action is to call your local mouse removal service.

Mice are constantly defecating and will contaminate every surface they come across. Diseases and bacteria that they carry are easily tracked across appliances, utensils, and countertops.  The following is a list of health concerns associated with mice infestations.

  • Allergies and asthma. Exposure to mouse urine and droppings could lead to the development of severe asthma in children,
  • Salmonellosis. This bacterium is present in the intestines of mice. It is normally transmitted to humans through water and food contamination by mouse feces.
  • Hantavirus. This disease is present in mouse, deer, and other rodent feces. The parasite can become airborne if the dried-up feces are disturbed infecting humans with the same.
  • Lyme disease. Ticks spread this disease on a host of wildlife including mice, rats, squirrels, raccoons, chipmunks, and deer. This disease can be spread to humans when an infected tick from a mouse bites them.

Why us?

We stand behind our work and take extra time to make sure your home is pest free.