Mouse & Rat Control Service in Laurel, MD
We are a mouse exterminator and we are really good a the job!
Mice & Rats
Cute little critters that destroy everything? Yep, that’s mice!
Call us and we’ll exterminate mice & rats.
What do you get with Nest’s Mice Exterminators?
- We do an inspection to ensure we find all their nesting places..
- We exterminate mice and rats with decades of experience.
- After the initial treatment, we can return to ensure they are gone for good.
- We will seal up the entry points to keep them from coming back.
- Mice potentially carry lots of diseases that can make you really sick, so we eliminate the threat.
Nest Pest Control in Laurel is the solution to your mouse and rat problem!
House Mouse Exterminators to the Rescue
With all the headache that mice and rats have caused humankind over thousands of years, we’ve gotten adept at finding new ways to exterminate these pests.
Mice and rats carry a lot of diseases, like salmonella, hantavirus and more. They share these diseases through their droppings and even their hair and they they touch everything they run over, including all the food in your pantry!
However, setting traps isn’t enough to eliminate the threat. You need professional service to close up entries, kill the rodents in your home and keep them from coming back through regular service.
We Are Mouse, Rat & Squirrel Control Experts
We’ve trapped 100s and exterminated thousands of different rodents in the Baltimore/Laurel 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.
Try Our Mice Exterminator Service
Mice are impressive in their capability to reproduce. Females can reproduce as young as two months old, then give birth within three weeks after mating. Mice usually have five to seven pups in a litter. A single pair can produce up to sixty mice in a year!
A small problem, then, can become a really big problem in a short time. We help eliminate that problem
Nest has exterminated rats in Laurel for years!
The most common rats in Laurel are the brown rat (pictured) commonly called a Norway rat. Which is weird, because they originated in China of all places.
Anyway, there are also a lot of black rats and roof rats here in town and Nest Pest Control exterminates all these rats.
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 Services was an excellent company to work with and completed a detailed job. I was referred to James' company, and I am glad I was able to work with this company. He is truly a professional and is great at his job. He also made additional recommendations and followed through on all of them in a timely manner. I would recommend Nest Services to anyone.
Nest Pest Control did great taking care of my mice problem! Thanks!
Excellent follow up. Professional and very courteous. Reasonable prices. Highly recommended.
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.
Ask about a free inspection. Call quick because they don’t last long.
Nest Pest Control is the Best Choice for a Mouse Exterminator in Laurel, MD.
We’ve been serving the Laurel area with 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…
Although common brown rats can grow fairly large, they are often around a half pound in size, just 6 or seven inches long on average. Gambian pouched rats grow much larger, up to 3 feet, and have been known to carry monkeypox, which is spreadable to humans.
Gambian pouched rats can be very useful to people, though. A Gambian pouched rat 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 extermination, pest control and our company. Here are a few that you might have:
How do mice and rats spread disease?
These rodents spread disease through their droppings, urine and hair. Whenever they run across a disease-ridden surface, they carry that bacteria and virus all over, including into your pantry.
Beyond that, though it is extremely rare, rats have been known to bite. This can also transmit disease to humans.
What if I just put out a bunch of mouse traps?
Mouse traps are a great start. They can be effective if you catch the mice or rat right away. However, because of their prolific breeding, a small problem with mice or rats can become a major infestation in a very short time.
Additionally, trying to control a rat or mouse problem on your own can be problematic and even dangerous. You need protective gear, including masks, gloves and eye protection. You’ll also need to pick up and properly use rodenticide and traps to eliminate a large colony.
Simply putting out poison isn’t enough, you need an integrated extermination approach. Good rat and mouse control requires rodent proofing, finding and eliminating places where they can easily nest, trapping the animals and increased sanitation.
For the most complete solution, call Nest Pest Control. We are a professional pest control company and are expert mice exterminators.
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.