The house mouse is the most common type of rodent in Norway. They live in homes and buildings, where they have plenty of food, water and shelter. House mice are usually found in urban areas, but they can also be found in farms and rural areas.
House mice are gray or brown on their backs and white on their bellies. They have large ears and a tail that is as long as their body length. The average house mouse weighs about 13 grams (imperial) or 0.45 ounces (metric).
House mice like to live in dark, quiet places where they feel safe from predators. They will nest anywhere from piles of papers to laundry baskets to inside walls or under floorboards. If you find evidence of mouse droppings or gnaw marks around your home, it’s likely there is a population living nearby that needs to be dealt with quickly before they spread disease or damage your property further.
House mice are a common cause of disease. They carry more than 100 different infectious diseases, including salmonella, hantavirus and bubonic plague. Mice can also cause damage to your property by chewing through wires or leaving droppings that attract insects and other pests.
If you find evidence of mouse droppings or gnaw marks around your home, it’s likely there is a population living nearby that needs to be dealt with quickly before they spread disease or damage your property further.
Call Professional Mouse Control Services
If you have evidence that mice have been in your home, it’s important to call a professional mus control company as soon as possible. They’ll be able to get rid of the mice and make sure they can’t come back. A professional mouse control company will be able to identify the type of mice you are dealing with and recommend a treatment plan that will work best for your situation. They’ll also be able to make sure that their methods don’t leave any harmful chemicals behind in your home, which is especially important for young children or pets who might accidentally ingest them.