They see one or two of these critters, and in most cases that is more than enough to get your family members or house mates pretty upset.
Usually, if you see one or two, that one running about is just the one that got caught scrambling — it’s the ones you don’t see that should be of concern to you. If it is indeed just one or two, I would consider you a very lucky person. With that said I must admit, I don’t believe in luck.
Therefore, if you have just one mouse or rat then it is more likely that you brought it home as a hitchhiker or a neighbor is possibly battling the problem and this rodent is in fact the overflow.
We at General Exterminating provide both cleanout and maintenance services. I find it somewhat amusing at times that I am told if I did the job properly and or my product worked then we wouldn’t have a rodent issue. Too often I hear: we shouldn’t have to pay to keep re-baiting these boxes month after month, why aren’t they gone?
Unfortunately, rodent control is just that, control. You pay to keep the bugs out each month or two but wonder why the rats (or mice) aren’t all dead.