Deer Mouse Control

Deer Mouse Control, Trapping & Removal Services

We can rid you of Deer Mouse problems safely and efficiently

Deer mice are small mice that live on a diet of primarily insects, seeds, nuts, and berries. These tiny creatures often nest in covered outdoor areas. However, during the cold winter months, deer mice may enter into your home, garage, or shed in search of shelter. They are even known to build nests in abandoned boxes in your basement or attic. In very little time, deer mice can take over your belongings and these places. They pose a threat in the form of transmitting potentially fatal diseases like Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome.

To avoid further property damage or disease, call in the experts at Trutech to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your deer mouse problem. Once they have a look at your home, they can know where the mice are getting in and can get to work creating innovative mouse control measures to keep these creatures out. Our humane mouse traps and other mouse control services will solve all of your deer mouse problems without giving you a heavy conscious.

At Trutech, we value the lives of all animals, whether they are as big as a coyote or as small as a deer mouse. Our licensed experts have the skills and knowledge that it takes to solve your wildlife maintenance issues, no matter what animal is causing your problems. So, whether you are searching for deer mouse control, trapping, or deer mouse removal services, you can be confident that you are doing it in the most environmentally sensitive way thanks to the experts at Trutech.

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The pests are characterized by their two-tone fur and tails. Their coats are often gray or brown on top, while their underbellies are white. The same goes for their tails, which have a noticeable separation between the two shades. Commonly, their tails are equal to or longer than the entire length of their bodies.


These rodents primarily feed on seeds, fruits, and insects. When sources are limited, deer mice will also eat fungi and carrion. The pests store food in bulk within tree cavities and underground holes.


The deer mouse is found throughout most of North America, occupying forests, fields, and farmlands. Since they typically nest in holes below ground or under leaf litter and debris, the pests aren’t often abundant in busy city settings. However, cold weather and the fear of predators drive deer mice into residential areas, where they enter homes, sheds, and other buildings.




On average, deer mice are around seven inches long. Their small size allows them to enter through even the tiniest cracks in a structure’s foundation. In addition to their petite frames, the pests are excellent climbers, which helps them get to hard-to-reach spots.



When deer mice gather in homes, they typically store food near their nests. The pests scavenge through boxed or pantry foods, as well, contaminating items with their urine and feces. Their waste and saliva can transmit Hantavirus, which causes sickness in humans. The bacteria may spread to those that breathe it in or come in contact with the pests’ excrement.

In addition to apparent health concerns, deer mice may damage or tear clothing and furniture when attempting to gather materials to build their nests. Scraps of fabric or paper products can sometimes be found scattered around the house when a deer mouse infestation is present.



Prevent the small rodents from entering buildings by sealing cracks one-fourth of an inch in diameter or larger. Refrain from using materials that can be easily chewed through by repairing openings with concrete or metal. Also be sure to secure windows, doors, and vents.



As contact with a deer mouse, their nest, or their droppings has the potential for transmitting infection, homeowners should use caution when attempting to remove the pests. Traps are not always foolproof and are best left in the hands of professionals. For expert assistance with deer mice infestations, contact Trutech’s staff of licensed technicians.

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