1-888-591-7443
5
Satisfied Customers
We just moved to San Antonio and quickly discovered that no one told us about SCORPIONS! Upon discovering them we immediately called a few local pest companies. After talking with Bulwark we decided that they were who we were going to give a shot. Now, 1 month later we are very happy with our choice. The customer service at Bulwark is some of the best we have ever experienced. Our contacts with their office staff have been very pleasant and our most recent treatment with their field guy Juan was great. Juan went above and beyond during the treatment of our home leaving no corner, cabinet, and wall untouched. We highly recomend Bulwark and look forward to a long relationship with them.‎

Hunter
San Antonio, TX
Get a Quote





How Big Are House Mice?

Adults remain small, less than 7 inches long from tip of nose to tip of tail.

How Do House Mice Look Like?

House mice are gray or brown and have hairless, scaly tails and ears that are relatively bald.

What Do House Mice Eat?

The house mouse often consumes food meant for humans or pets and favors grains, dried fruits, nuts and sweet materials.

What Do House Mice Do?

The house mouse is curious and tends to investigate new objects placed in its environment. House mice and their droppings are known carriers of disease including rickettsial pox (mites), typhus (fleas), salmonella, tapeworm, roundworm and others parasites. The house mouse is considered to be one of the most troublesome and economically important pests in the United States. Their relentless gnawing causes damage to both structures and property.

How Do House Mice Reproduce?

A prolific breeder, the house mouse is sexually mature at two months old, has a gestation period of only three weeks, and averages five to eight young per litter. Each female may give birth to eight litters. The house mouse can live from two to three years.

Interesting Facts About House Mice:

House mice are active wherever droppings, fresh gnawing and tracks are noticed. Their nests are made from shredded paper or other material and are often found in sheltered locations. House mice have an unpleasant, musky odor that identifies their presence. They are excellent climbers and can scale any rough vertical surface. They will also run horizontally along wire cables or ropes and can jump up 13 inches from the floor onto a flat surface. House mice can slip through a crack as small as � inch wide.
Schedule Pest Control Service