They Carry Diseases
Rodents or their stool may contaminate your food with harmful bacteria, which can cause dysentery, salmonella, gastroenteritis, and many other diseases.
They Can Cause Fires inside Your House
They chew through a variety of surfaces, including wires—both inside your walls and in your living spaces. This creates potential hazards that can lead to fires.
They Contaminate the Air in Your Home
Their droppings and urine will accumulate as they take up residency. This can cause health issues, including illness and foul air quality.
They Multiply Quickly, Leading to a Major Infestation in Months
Mice can breed throughout the whole year. A single female can produce five to ten litters a year. Each litter can average around six to eight babies; as a result, six families of mice and can turn into about 60 rodents in your home in roughly three months.