RAT AND MICE PEST CONTROL IN Augusta, West Gardiner & Waterville, ME or within a 60 mile radius.

Call Certified Pest Management

Certified Pest Management uses certain ranges of techniques to control and eliminate rodents.

This includes using the very latest in approved rodenticides and tamper resistant bait stations. Seal interior and exterior entry points as to make their access to entry impossible. Each case is individually assessed to determine the most effective way to eliminate your rodent problem – and the pest controls needed to prevent re-infestation.

We can help in mice removal for your commercial pest control or residential pest control needs. 

Diseases directly transmitted by rodents:

Diseases indirectly transmitted by rodents:

Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome collapsed
Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome collapsed
Lassa Fever collapsed
Leptospirosis collapsed
Lymphocytic Chorio-meningitis (LCM) collapsed
Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever collapsed
Plague collapsed
Rat-Bite Fever collapsed
Salmonellosis collapsed
South American Arenaviruses (Argentine hemorrhagic fever, Bolivian hemorrhagic fever, Sabiá-associated hemorrhagic fever, Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever) collapsed
Babesiosis expanded
Colorado Tick Fever collapsed
Cutaneous Leishmaniasis collapsed
Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis collapsed
La Crosse Encephalitis collapsed
Lyme Disease collapsed
Murine Typhus collapsed
Omsk Hemorrhagic Fever collapsed
Powassan Virus collapsed
Scrub Typhus collapsed
Rickettsialpox collapsed
Relapsing Fever collapsed
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever collapsed
Sylvatic Typhus collapsed
West Nile Virus

Mouse pest control can be challenging, prevention is certainly better than cure. Most commonly grey or brown in colour, House Mice are rodents with large ears and small eyes relative to the size of their body. An adult House Mouse typically weighs around 1/2 ounce and ranges from around 5 1/2 to 7 1/2 inches in length, including their tail of around 3 to 4 inches 

We can help in rat removal for your commercial pest control or residential pest control needs. 

Call Certified Pest Management at (207) 613-1914  


  • By biting;
  • By infecting human food with droppings;
  • By infecting human food with urine;
  • By infecting skin wounds with urine;
  • Indirectly, by blood-sucking insects;
  • Indirectly, by mites;
  • Indirectly, by means of cats and dogs;
  • By dying in a water source drunk by humans.