Common Nuisance Wildlife Control Problems in New Haven, MI
Guaranteed Wildlife Exclusion And Animal Damage Repairs
Dead Skunk Removal
Bat Control Services
Raccoon Removal Services
Nuisance Wildlife Control Services
Raccoons In Chimneys
Signs of a Squirrel Infestation
Bat Removal and Prevention
Squirrel Damage Repair
Where Do Skunks Live?
Do Skunks Burrow Underground?
Will the City or County Animal Services Help with a Skunk Issue?
What Are Raccoon Reproduction Months?
Can I Use Traps to Catch Bats?
Do Mothballs and Ammonia Help Repel Skunks?
Sometimes a homeowners insurance policy can cover the remediation of insulation when you have had a nuisance wildlife infestation. This depends on the insurance company and the type of policy you have purchased through them. Some insurance companies will say no coverage for urine / feces related damage. Nuisance animals will also burrow through insulation and make tunnels throughout the attic space. This can commonly mat down the insulation and cause damage to the insulation itself by changing R-Value in the contaminated insulation. This is something that can be mentioned when the insurance company says they do not cover urine or droppings from nuisance wildlife animals. Contact me to have a wildlife professional provide attic restoration services. Decontamination of the attic using bacteria killing remedies is key to eliminate wildlife scent from your attic.
HOW TO GO ABOUT REMOVING WILDLIFE FROM YOUR PROPERTY
There are two main ways of removing wildlife from your compound or house; doing it yourself or calling for professional wildlife removal services. The first method can be achieved if you have some knowledge and experience in wildlife removal and there are various traps and guides available for homeowners. However, a great concern and challenge arises when this task is handled by amateurs. There are various laws that dictate how wildlife should be handled and treated. Setting up a trap may snare the wrong animal and relocation of any trapped animal may amount to illegal act. The best way to go about removing wildlife from your property usually entails calling for expert help from wildlife removal companies.
Why you need a professional
The reasons for using expert services are quite obvious and straightforward. To start with, wildlife can be very dangerous even though some may look harmless. A simple bruise or scratch from wild animals such as mice, raccoons, hedgehogs or porcupine can be life threatening. Snake bites could end your life within minutes. What’s more, the process involved may require you to climb a ladder to reach high elevations. Without prior experience, this will increase the risk of accidents and panics. It is therefore recommendable to use professional technicians who have not only been trained on the laws and procedures regarding wildlife removal, but also have profound experience from handling wild animals throughout their careers. Moreover, expert animal removal companies provide a range of services besides the trapping and relocation of the animal. They offer inspections (for pest and parasites if the animal was in your house), damage repair, clean up and restoration as well as preventative recommendations. In addition to removing the animal, they will leave your property better placed to keep away any future invasions.
Things to consider
Before hiring any wildlife removal company, it is important to check out their service portfolio and gauge their reputation based on previous client reviews, comments, opinions and testimonials about the service. Only work with credible licensed animal removal companies allowed to provide these services within your area. It is also important to choose companies that offer other services mentioned above (clean up, repair, yard services, inspection and prevention…).
We are a full capacity wildlife removal company that specializes in removing different kinds of wildlife from property and business. Whether they are birds and bats, foxes, snakes, raccoons, monitor lizards or porcupines, we will safely trap and relocate the animal to their natural habitat. We also provide other services including property inspection and assessment to keep your spaces wildlife free and eliminate any pests and parasites the animal might have brought to your home.
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What Should I Do with a Skunk After I Catch It?
Raccoon Extermination Services
If you've had raccoons living in your attic, it's a good idea to have the attic cleaned. Raccoons leave their waste behind when they inhabit an attic. Sometimes there's a specific raccoon latrine, and most of the poop is piled up in one spot. Sometimes it's spread out all over the attic. Same goes for urine as well. Sometimes it's concentrated in an area, sometimes spread all over the place. The poop is easy to pick up and remove, as in the above photo, because the droppings are large. But the urine soaks into the insulation or even the sheetrock (drywall) or wood in the attic. And not all feces or urine will be accessible to remove by hand. That's when it's important to clean up and properly fog the attic to eliminate the odor and potential unsanitary conditions.
How to remove skunks from backyard - Removing skunks from the backyard means modifying your property so that skunks don't find it appealing. This process can be long and involved if you have an extensive yard, and some people find that their current landscaping is a part of the problem. Remember that skunks are drawn to your house because of food or shelter. There are no other reasons why wild animals like to invade the spaces of people. Either you're offering too much in the way of edible items, or there are lots of buildings and areas for skunks to make dens. Either way, you need to take the appropriate steps to remedy the situation. First, if you have a lot of buildings on your property, make sure they are secured around the base. This might mean installing a metal barrier around wooden walls or placing cinderblocks at the bottom of modular sheds. If the skunk can't get inside, it won't try for too long. The next step will be to adjust what you're doing about edible debris. A vegetable garden may not be the skunk's favorite food, but it will go in there to eat if there isn't a fence. The same can be said for fruit trees around the home. Fallen apples might not seem like something a skunk would eat routinely, but this is a free food item that won't be passed up. Keep your fruit trees picked up to prevent unwanted wildlife.