Common Nuisance Wildlife Control Problems in Adrian, MI
Guaranteed Wildlife Exclusion And Animal Damage Repairs
How to Catch a Bat Flying Inside House?
Trapping Gray Squirrels
Can I Use Poison to Kill Bats?
Is a Skunk That is Active During the Day Time Rabid?
Where Do Skunks Live?
How To Remove Skunks That Fell Down Window Well/basement
Squirrels Removal From Attics
Squirrel Droppings - What Does Squirrel Poop Look Like
What Are Health Concerns Related to Bats?
Raccoon Extermination Services
Raccoon in Chimney - if You've Got One in Your Chimney or Fireplace
24/7 Bat Removal
Electronic Repellents For Raccoons
Attic remediation is a common service offered by wildlife removal businesses. Attic remediation sometimes becomes necessary when there has been an animal infestation in the attic area. Prolonged infestations often leave large amounts of waste and urine in the attic and the only way to rid the fierce odor is to remediate all the damaged insulation, sanitize the attic, and place new insulation down. Call the animal removal company listed in your area for attic restoration. If your area is not listed in my directory, email me and I will recommend a company. Attic remediation sometimes goes hand-in-hand with wildlife problems because of the damage they can cause to your attic. It is nice to have a company that can deal with all problems associated with nuisance wildlife instead of having to hire separate companies for different services.
One of the most common complaints involving nuisance wildlife is the noise they can produce in a home. Many home owners may be unaware that they even have an unwanted visitor in their home if not for the noise. Certain animals may spend their time crawling around (and doing other things) in their newfound home (your attic, soffits, walls, garage, etc.). The scurrying scratching, chewing, or vocal noise that you hear may be most unwelcome, particularly from nocturnal animals. The primary culprits are raccoons, squirrels, rats, and mice, but other creatures may be at work. Give me a call, and I will identify the source of the noise, as well the means by which the animals are entering the structure. Get the problem fixed, and you will sleep better at night!
Bat Extermination Services
Squirrel Nests - Where Are Nests Located
Electronic Repellents For Raccoons
Getting Rid of Skunks
"The squirrel management plan was developed with public input to improve the health of the state's squirrel group of squirrels, to encourage healthy habitat, which squirrel and all other wildlife depend on, and to reduce squirrel-human conflicts," the animal control official announced. "We believe this squirrel management program will improve the health of our squirrel group of squirrels and the habitat that supports it and other wildlife. "Yes, wildlife trapping has become more challenging in many areas. However, the benefits from our program changes are unmistakable, as pest control companies have reported seeing and harvesting larger squirrel; land managers and foresters are seeing some regeneration recovery in our forests; and farmers are telling us that they have seen less damage to their crops," the animal control official announced. To learn more about animal control in Oakland County, Michigan read on.
Why Raccoons can be a nuisance at home?
Raccoons are clever and mischievous. They are always on a look out for a cozy and comfortable living space with ample food supply. Raccoons can occupy your attic or chimneys or even your crawlspace.
Raccoons are dangerous invaders as
- They can knock over trash cans and spill over the waste, creating a big messy area.
- Raccoons can be noisy at night in the attic and are capable of damaging the attic walls and ducts.
- They are carriers of diseases like rabies and raccoon roundworms.
Raccoon Damage Repair and Clean Up
Our specialized team of technicians execute the following steps to combat the raccoons at your home
Step 1: Identify entry points and close them.
Step 2: Trap the Raccoon(s) and remove them from your home or yard. We relocate these as per the local laws.
Step 3: Clean up the mess caused by the raccoon(s) and make any necessary repairs.
Step 4: Raccoon-proof your home by providing vent cover installation, chimney cap installation or tight-lid trash containers