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WILDLIFE REMOVAL & EXCLUSION
Get rid of your wildlife & animal nuisance – squirrels, raccoons, rodents, birds, bees, snakes and more – quickly & safely.
ANIMALS IN YOUR HOUSE?
Our Animal Control & Wildlife Services Team specializes in the exclusion, removal, and control of animal nuisances. While some animals and pests pose no serious threats, others can cause serious damage to your home and spread diseases. Our team will work fast to ensure your home is protected from common wildlife and animal nuisances like squirrels, raccoons, opossums, rodents, birds, bees, and snakes.
Our Wildlife Services Team will inspect your home to identify your animal problem, determine where they are getting in, remove them, and prevent the animals from getting into your home in the future. We’ll also inform you of any existing damage or contamination and provide you with a recommendation for repairs or clean-up.
Gray squirrels often invade bird feeders, garbage cans, and attics, and they can cause considerable indoor and outdoor damage.
Rats can exist in large numbers in and around residences, basements, stores, and warehouses, causing damage and sanitation issues.
Raccoons commonly raid gardens, garbage cans, bird feeders, and even kitchen cabinets, and may invade attics or basements if access is available.
Snakes can be a concern in wooded areas, where there is clutter, where there is wood stored near homes or food sources, around water, or areas with ground cover. They may bite if handled.
Bees can be a common nuisance for homeowners and even cause structural damage (carpenter bees). Professional control is recommended to avoid harm and includes safe relocation.
Not only are birds nuisances, they pose health risks by spreading disease and can cause significant damage to flooring, vehicles, rooftops, and more.
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