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Platinum Wildlife Removal Of Williamston, Michigan

Common Nuisance Wildlife Control Problems in Williamston, Michigan

Guaranteed Wildlife Exclusion And Animal Damage Repairs

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  • Raccoon Trapping

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  • What Are Some Humane Ways to Kill a Skunk in a Trap?

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  • Removal Of Squirrels on the Roof

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  • Prevention Of Squirrel Infestations

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  • Raccoon Removal & Control

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  • Signs of a Raccoon Infestation

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  • Removing Skunks Under Heating Units

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  • Squirrel Damage Repair

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  • How to Keep Skunks out of My Garage

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Animal Removal Services

Chimney Animals: Animals living in a chimney are typically the result of having an uncapped chimney that is either near branches or on a home that is frequented with animals. Common situations for Michigan wildlife in chimneys is raccoons and raccoon mother with litters of babies denning in the spring, squirrels that have fallen down the chimney and are unable to climb back up, birds that have fallen down and are unable to fly up the chimney, chimney swifts which are able to fly out once reaching adult size, bat colonies roosting inside of the chimney and we have even encountered a duck that had fell into the chimney and sadly died.Animal removal from chimneys will vary in methods from animal to animal. Raccoons are usually either fished out by hand or if the correct time of the year they areevicted with a hormone treatment, squirrels can typically be scared into running up a rope that has been dropped down the chimney, birds that can not fly must be hand removed, and chimney swifts and bats must be removed with a one way valve once the young are able to fly.

Bird Deterrent Services

Wild Animal Control Services

A wild animal that becomes too close that it becomes a nuisance could be a wild life control problem. Although it is more than just setting up a cage trap to get rid of these unwanted animals. If not executed well, there could be serious repercussions to both the homeowner and the animals themselves.
There are animal protection laws governing the state and improper handling of these creatures could mean hefty fines or jail-time for animal cruelty. To prevent these damages, it is almost imperative to seek out a professional in wild animal control services.

Does it become a problem?

The best way to get started is to first assess the situation in your home. A raccoon forms a lair with her babies on the attic during spring. Is there a chance that a family member could be attacked? It's important that you will be educated with relevant information about the profiles of these animals to make sure they do not cause possible danger.

Once the profile of the exact animal species has been singled out, the next process is finding the extent of the damage, and looking for possible solutions and management procedures that could be done to extract these animals from your home in the most humane way as possible. Practical humane strategies should be done such as humane animal exclusion, modification of habitats and changing cultural customs. The animal control management aims to offer an effective way of finding a viable solution that is carried on long-term.


Types Of Wildlife Control 

Wild Animal Trapping
Wildlife trapping should be generally carried out as humane as possible. Strategies and management with these creatures may vary, depending on the situation, but the end goal is to relocate them in a wildlife preserve. More importantly, they are dealt accordingly under the protection of the state law. 

Damage and Repairs
Proper exclusion repairs should be carried out if animals live previously inside your house. All possible animal entry points should be identified and need to be sealed shut to be guaranteed animal proof. Infected insulation caused by animal infestations are replaced.

Clean-up and Decontamination
The usual scenario would be animals dragging food on your attic, stoop or deck. Some might nest, while others would urinate and defecate all over the place. After these animals are properly taken care of, the area should be decontaminated and fogged by an anti-microbial treatment. Droppings are removed and the whole area should undergo proper sanitation. These are carried out to ensure the overall safety of your health.

And when all is said and done, it goes without saying that you will require professionals to help you with any wild animal control services. At all cost, do not approach the issue on your own and instead, leave it to these experts as they have the required knowledge and skills as well as equipment that will ensure the job is carefully accomplished.

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Bird Nest Removal Services
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  • Preventing Nuisance Squirrel Damage to Homes

  • Clean Up Of Accumulation of Guano, or Feces

Raccoons are one of the most common animals to live inside attics. They can climb anything, and tear their way into almost anything. When they live inside your attic, it's their home - and their personal toilet as well. Raccoons can cause severe sanitation problems inside an attic - they poop and pee everywhere, and bring food and parasites inside as well. In some cases, the contamination can be severe. We highly recommend attic cleaning and restoration if you've had raccoons above your ceiling.

One important thing that we always keep in mind when conducting animal proofing is to make sure that we see the world through the eyes of an animal. It may sound silly but once you start to think about it, it is actually a smart strategy. We will conduct a thorough inspection of your property and look for things that could potentially attract unwanted animals such as skunks, raccoons, rats, beavers, etc. We will analyze your property intensively, from looking for holes under your decks to cutting off tree branches hanging on top of your roofs (some animals, like raccoons, are smart enough to climb trees to gain access to your chimney). We often look for food sources like trash bins and vegetable gardens, these things can attract animals like magnets.