Rodent Control

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Don’t Let Mice & Rats Damage Your Property

If you’re hearing noises in ceilings and walls at night, have discovered rodent droppings in your home or business, or have discovered contaminated or damaged building materials, belongings, or stored products, it’s likely mice and rats have moved into your property. 

Here in Maine, property owners battle rodents year-round and particularly when the weather gets colder. When you sign up for rodent control services from Maine-based Pine State Pest Solutions, you can count on our team to solve your rodent problem and eliminate the threat they pose to health and property. 

If you’ve had enough of infesting mice and/or rats and are ready to rid your property of these critters, Pine State Pest Solutions is ready to help! Offering highly effective rodent control services in Augusta, Portland, and throughout the state of Maine, we will target and exterminate your rodent issue. 

Rodent Control For Maine Homes

When you contact Pine State for help getting rid of mice or rats, we will inspect the interior and exterior of your home to determine the scope of the problem, the points of entry, and what conditions are attracting rodents to your home.

maine rodent control specialist checking rodent station in portland

Based on our evaluation, we’ll develop a customized plan that often includes:

  • An initial clean-out to remove rodents already active inside the dwelling.
  • Minor exclusion work to seal obvious access points.
  • Installation of bait boxes on the exterior of the structure as well as in the garage, attic and basement to prevent future rodent activity.
  • Behavior and landscaping recommendations to make your property less hospitable to mice, rats and other rodents.
  • Follow-up visits if the rodent problem is severe.

Ongoing Home Protection That Keeps Rodents & Insects Away

While Pine State Pest Solutions offers one-time rodent control services, we highly recommend signing up for an ongoing home pest control plan that not only targets common house-infesting insects such as ants, roaches, and spiders but also mice and rats


Pine State's Home Protection Plan

Pricing starting as low as $35/month

pine state's home protection plan iconPine State’s Home Protection is an affordable pest control plan that is ideal for homeowners who want general pest control services that target common house-infesting insects and rodents.

When you sign up for this ongoing service, you’ll receive an initial service visit to treat the existing pest problem and then seasonal service visits spread out over the year to ensure pests stay out. That’s a total of four services annually.

Pests covered under Pine State’s Home Protection plan include carpenter ants, cornfield ants, crazy ants, field ants, little black ants, pavement ants, carpet beetles, cigarette beetles, drugstore beetles, flour beetles, ground beetles, hide beetles, larder beetles, saw-toothed grain beetles, warehouse beetles, boxelder bugs, carpenter bees, centipedes, clover mites, American cockroaches, brown-banded cockroaches, wood cockroaches, field crickets, house crickets,  European earwigs, firebrats, cluster flies, fruit flies, bald-faced hornets, European hornets,  deer mice, house mice, millipedes, Angoumois grain moths, drain moths, Indian meal moths, Mediterranean flour moths, mud daubers, Norway rats, paper wasps, pill bugs, rice weevils, silverfish, sow bugs, springtails, cellar spiders, daddy longlegs spiders, house spiders, jumping spiders, sac spiders, wolf spiders, Western confider seed bugs, and yellow jackets.


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*Some exclusions apply- please see your agreement


Commercial Rodent Control 

To protect your business against the threat of mice and rats, it is essential that you have a rodent control plan in place. At Pine State Pest Solutions, we offer commercial rodent control services that start with a thorough inspection of the facility to confirm rodent activity, evaluate the extent of damage already inflicted to the building and equipment, and to identify if the conditions that attract mice and rats are present.

commercial pest control specialist inspecting for mice and rats

Based on our assessment, we’ll develop a customized treatment plan that focuses on elimination and prevention and includes: 

  • Behavior modification/habit change
  • Mechanical exclusion
  • Monitoring
  • Traps and removal
  • Biological sprays and products

When you partner with Pine State Pest Solutions for rodent control, you will:

  • Avoid shutdowns due to infestations
  • Reduce your risk of health code violations and fines
  • Provide your employees and customers with a healthier environment
  • See less food and product loss due to contamination

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Frequently Asked Questions About Rodents

Can mice fit through a small crack?

If you can fit a pencil under an exterior door, a garage door, or in a break in your window seal, your home or business could become infested with rodents. Mice and rats do not need a whole lot of clearance to gain entry. 

Where do rodents hide?

Rodents are often a problem in quieter areas of homes including attics, storage closets, and wall voids. They like to nest in breed in close proximity to food and typically become active at night seeking out sustenance.

In commercial properties, mice and rats often nest and breed in storage rooms, utility rooms as well as roof and ceiling spaces. Areas that are close to potential food sources are likely to have rodent activity as well. 

Are mice and rats dangerous?

Yes, mice and rodents should be considered dangerous to health and property. They have the ability to introduce fleas, ticks (which can carry Lyme disease) and droppings and urine from infected rodents can expose people to Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome.

Rodents also damage buildings, contaminate surfaces and items, destroy product- anyplace that rodents can access is likely to incur harm in some way or another

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