Mice have been accidentally introduced to Australia when the first European settlers unloaded cargo in Sydney Cove. They have since spread throughout the country and have been a problem ever since.
Mice multiply quickly and their gnawing habit can do significant damage to houses and business furniture, and in some cases, they cause house fires after chewing through electrical wirings. They are also notorious disease carriers, contaminating food through the feces and urine trail they leave behind. Some of the commons signs of mice infestation include: droppings along walls, cupboards or under sinks, grease marks or smudges on floors and walls, scratching noise under floorboards or in basement and lofts, and strong urine smell. If you see any of these signs, get professional help right away before the infestation worsen.