Infinity Pest Solutions

Residential Mouse Extermination

Mice are common household rodents in Melbourne that can enter the property through the smallest of gaps. They have a compressible skeletal system which allows them to compress their body down to approximately 7mm in size. They are also exceptional at chewing and can be very destructive if left untreated. Mice are capable of chewing metals, timbers, and electrical cables.

As part of our residential pest control, we offer the extermination of mice from your property with the use of single-dose rodenticide blocks and can recommend strategies to keep the mice from entering the property to prevent future problems from occurring as best as possible.

Commercial Mouse Extermination

Mice are known for their ability to compress their skeletal system and get into the smallest of gaps, finding their way into several unwanted places. They are also known for their chewing capabilities and destructive nature, damaging electrical equipment. They are also known for being disease-carrying creatures that can cause problems in certain industries.

We offer mouse extermination and control with the use of rodenticides placed inside lockable bait stations. We regularly monitor these stations depending on the level of infestation to assess where they are frequently located and to determine if the mouse extermination plan, we have in place is working or if other measures are required to get the problem solved.

At Infinity Pest Solutions, we provide you with a fully comprehensive folder containing all our business details as well as a pest sighting log and a monitoring checklist for our technicians to use as communication with the business owner and possibly even a health inspector.

All our commercial pest control work comes with a pest management folder that meets local council approval included in the folder are:

  • All MSDS on all chemicals used
  • Certificates of attainment (urban pest management cert III)
  • Contact and service details
  • Pest control license as issued by DHHS
  • Job safety analysis JSA
  • Pest control log
  • Pest service reports
  • Recommendations
  • Maps
  • Pest management register
  • Public liability certificate
  • Welcome letter