Solve the Problem - 4 How-To Steps
1 - Home & Attic Inspection
Inspect the exterior of the home, including the roof and all vents, to find out how the animals are getting in. Also inspect inside the attic to identify animal and damage.
2 - Remove the Animals
This process is not simple, and it varies considerably based on animal type and situation. You might use an exclusion door, or a cage trap, or removal by hand.
3 - Repair the Entry Holes
The job is not complete until you solve the source of the problem. Seal shut the entry holes, with professional grade repairs, or else the problem will happen again.
4 - Clean the Attic
In addition to repairing chewed electrical wires and damaged duct work, you might want to remove the animal feces, maybe the insulation, and decontaminate.
Our wildlife control company fully understands the risks associated with wildlife, including their ability to spread diseases to humans. These may include Salmonella, Histoplasmosis, Leptospirosis, and others. As such, we help you remove the animals from your property before they can spread disease. We also help you overcome problems, like a lawn that is destroyed by the presence of a mole or groundhog. It is actually fairly common for moles, groundhogs, and even squirrels to destroy landscaping or gardens via their normal daily actions. Or we can prevent rats, mice, and squirrels from chewing on your electrical wires by removing them. We also have extensive experience removing animals from attics. If you notice sounds coming from your attic at night, this may be a sign of squirrels, rats, or raccoons up there. If you have a critter on your property that requires trapping and removal, we will take care of this, relocating the animal a minimum of ten miles away to discourage it from returning. Upon arrival at your property, we will inspect every single inch of the home and property. Our 32-point inspection process is comprehensive and ensures that we spot every area that an animal may use to get inside your home.