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Good luck. and I hope your wife will get better.
I own a rental property and the house has numerous mice. Professionals came out and said the house needs to be sealed for a total cost of $1,800. My wife went into the hospital and I cannot afford to spend $1,800. All of a sudden the tenants are having problems paying the rent. I think its because of the mouse problem, but they haven said anything. I think it was weird that rent was being paid on time and now the tenant is saying the army has messed up his paycheck for the month. What are my options.
down to the dime store and buy plastic storage boxes about the size of a shoe box. Cut a small round mouse size hole in one end. Now fasten the bait blocks at the other end by running a wire through them and through the walls of the box. Fasten the lid on with a couple of wraps of duct tape.
Go on line, open Jeffers livestock catalog, and order bait blocks by the bucket. I like the Tomcat brand, and so do the mice, yum yum.
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Also, my lease specifically states that all properties are delivered to them rodent/pest free. If there are any rodents/pests discovered, they have 10 days from start of the lease to notify me. After that, it is their behavior that is attracting rodents/pests and is their responsibility to have them removed. Sealing a house won solve a mouse problem if there a food source there. They will find a way back in.
I have heard landlords who swear by allowing ONE cat for the FIRST floor tenant, even if they normally don allow pets solves the problem : )
You know what the pest control guy does for mice? He puts out bait blocks.
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You now have a mouse feeder that no one can get into except the mice, and they can pull the bait block out and leave it in the middle of the kitchen floor.
While it could be the tenants fault for being slobs and providing food for the mice, I keep a very clean kitchen and house and still get mice almost every year. It can be nearly impossible to figure out where they are getting in, they can fit thru a 1/4 inch hole and climb walls.
Good luck in resolving your rodent problem, and we all glad your wife is doing better.
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I can still hear them running across the ceiling and in between the walls if I think about it. They ate the food in our drawers, ate the wires to our stove (that needed to be replaced), you name it. Scared the hell out of my dogs too!
I use peanut butter and old fashioned mousetraps until the whole family is gone then I know I won have little corpses in my walls, plus I see when I catch them so I know it working. I tried some of the new and improved traps and nothing works like the old standard so far.
About a week after you put out the poisin, hire someone else, not the pest guys, to come and seal up those gaps in the wall. That the sort of job I have my roofer do for me. (give the mice a week to eat and crawl outside to die before you seal up their escape.)
Before you do anything, bait the crawlspace with mouse poison. Put a lot down there. $20 may solve it but you need to put enough down so all parts of the group eat it.
Personally, rather than cats, I prefer a couple of hungry rat terriers or other ratting dog, if they would do the job in an apartment house. You may be able to rent them for as long as it takes. Not all cats are ratters.
Khalid, Couple of questions. 1. Is that a SFR? 2. If it is, did you have mice problem before you put it up for rent? 3. Did you personally bring in the mice into the property? I know you didn and I sure you didn rent the house with the mice either. My take on it is, that if you turn over a clean property to the tenant, Women Air Huarache it is the tenant responsibility to keep it clean and tidy so mice don develop interest.
Traps didn cut it alone. Sure, picking up the corpses of giant rats was a blast :roll: but the bottom line was that they had to spray the hell out of that building perimiter. That stopped new rats from coming in, but we had to get the ones in the building, one by one. That took a good while months.
So, as for finding entry points, ours got in through the basement garage and vents that led into different apartments. Once in the building (20 units, I believe) they just went from apartment to apartment through the common walls.
Put them underneath the foundations, behind the fridge, underneath the kitchen sink cabinet (you can probably slip them down where the drain goes through the base of the cabinet), behind the stove, and in the attic.
If that doesn work. Ask the tenants if they want to keep a cat. No joke. I solved mice problems this way before. I only do this in SFR though where they don know any of my other tenants and when the carpet is old.
apartment was immaculate. These suckers were BIG well over a foot long. They got in the walls of the building and started to methodically hunt down everyone kitchens in the building. They ate through walls, cabinets, you name it.
Regarding the price, I think you are taken in. If you still think that it is your problem, get other bids.
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a couple of pennies.
I had the same problem with ants and wasps. My answer is always the same. I didn bring those critters in and I don get them out.
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