New Haven, Michigan Wildlife Control | Bat Control & Raccoon Trapping

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Platinum Wildlife Removal New Haven, Michigan

Common Nuisance Wildlife Control Problems in New Haven, MI

New Haven raccoon removal

Guaranteed Wildlife Exclusion And Animal Damage Repairs

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Bat Control Services

Bird Nesting Deterrent Services

We are a private business, we are not Lansing Animal Control agency or the Ingham County Animal Services they only handle domestic animals, such as dogs and cats. Call today for bird spikes, professional bird netting, bird barriers, deterrent systems and proofing of vents. Here are some wild animal encounters you may come in contact with. Then all the rodents must be physically trapped and removed. Close up a hole in a side vent that squirrels have chewed through. Raccoons, opossums and skunks that have fallen into window wells is one of the most common wildlife rescue needs. Make sure those animals can’t get back in! Squirrels are no exception. The goal is not to eliminate every animal in the neighborhood, just the target ones causing you the headaches.

Raccoon Trapping Services

Animal Control

Dead Animal Removal Dead Animal Removal The raised ridges you see are surface tunnels. We help with the entire mitigation of getting you attic clean out claim processed and are experts in attic restoration. Be aware that all rodents chew -including electrical wiresa potential fire hazard. We are a private owned company and not county animal control officers. Many of Michigan's wild animals have learned to adapt and even thrive in our homes. Don't give it a steady source of food. to pest proof affected areas, secure livestock from predation, provide Canada goose control, control of digging animals in cemeteries, etc.