Common Nuisance Wildlife Control Problems in Melvindale, MI
Animal Proofing And Raccoon Damage Repair
Diet: What Do Squirrels Eat?
What Can I Do to Keep Squirrels out of the Attic?
Bat Control, Removal & Exclusion
Getting Rid of Skunks
Raccoon in the House - if the Animal is Anywhere Inside Your House
How to Get Rid of Squirrels With Repellents
What Does Raccoon Feces Look Like?
24/7 Bat Removal
Electronic Repellents For Raccoons
Loose Squirrels Stuck Inside Homes
Will the City or County Animal Services Help with a Skunk Issue?
Photos of Squirrel Tracks for Identification Purposes.
Signs of a Skunk Infestation
We service Wayne, Monroe, Washtenaw, Livingston Counties. For dedicated assistance in these counties, give us a ring. For those of you in Oakland, Macomb, St Claire Counties, you may find us. We would be glad to help you with a nuisance animal problem, and will do everything we can to ensure that the animal doesn't return once it is removed – safely, humanely, and affordably. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and would be glad to take your call and help you deal with an animal problem. Give us a call for a consultation anytime!
Wildlife Control for Homes
Wildlife Control for Homes is a vital aspect of keeping your house in order. It is about the selective removal of harmful wildlife you don’t want on your premises. Why is this necessary? You have sacrificed a lot to have a befitting home. It probably took you years of hard work to save and invest in an alluring abode. It is an abode that is meant to be your sanctuary, right?
The last thing you want is to have it infested by unwelcome guests, such as snakes, squirrels, mice, bats, badgers... Some of these are not merely scary, they can be dangerous.
Bats, for example, have been linked to rabies. And, no one needs to be preached to that having snakes in their home is not particularly ideal! You’d understand, then, why this activity is also known as Nuisance Wildlife Management.
It’s true that you can do a bit of the control yourself if you have the skills and time. But, if you want a professional job done, it is wise to leave things to the experts. By this, I mean those who have years of experience and are licensed and insured. The experts would not only help remove the wildlife but would also prevent a reoccurrence.
Common wildlife pests
The following is a listing of some of the pests you’d need the services of a wildlife removal company for because you will always find them around your home or house.
- The following are some of the key services offered:
- Humane trapping and removal of wildlife
- Emergency pest control
- Removal of dead animals and the control of offensive odor
- Attic Clean-Up Services, Restoration Solutions, & Debris Removal
- Proactive preventative measures
To conclude, it is vital to note that some of this wildlife is protected by law, that’s the more reason why you need professionals, who would not infringe on any state or federal law.
They are not merely concerned with the removal, but they ensure that it is done in a humane and environmentally friendly manner. So, some wildlife is exterminated, while some are relocated. It all depends on the provisions of the law.
We are experts in this field; you can trust us to provide excellent services that will help you have peace of mind.
Squirrel Nests - Where Are Nests Located
What Should I Do with a Skunk After I Catch It?
How Hazardous Are Bats?
Squirrels Stealing Bird Seed
Why choose a professional and ethical Wildlife Removal Service?
Life is valuable and each individual should respect their own life as well as lives of other living creatures. It is important for homeowners, and for Wildlife Removal Services to be patient with the animals invading their homes. There is no doubt that the raccoons, bats, and other critters cause a nuisance to the homeowners, but, we can handle it without harming the animals. Choosing a professional and ethical Wildlife removal services is a must for homeowners facing pest problems.
Why Bats can harm your home?
A sight of bats flying at night may not sound that scary. But, when you find a colony of bats in your attic or in your chimney then it is something that can make you go nuts.
- Bat guano and urine is messy and smelly and can damage your attic
- Bat guano can cause respiratory problems for humans
- Bat bites can cause rabies in humans
Bat Control and Exclusion Services
Our specialized team of technicians follow predefined steps to manage the bats removal at your home
Step 1: Inspect your home and find from where the bats are entering your home.
Step 2: Assess the roosting location of the bats, number of bats in the colony and amount of guano accumulated.
Step 3: Discuss our findings with you, and propose a plan for the bats removal.
Step 4: Conduct bat exclusion ethically and humanely, and no bat remains back in your home.
Step 5: Clear the accumulated guano and repair any damages caused by the bats.
Step 6: If necessary install bat-proof vents, to avoid re-entry of the bats.
To clean the attic, I not only remove all of the waste by hand, I use special cleaners, including an enzyme-based cleaner that eliminates any biohazard organic waste from animals, including droppings and urine. I use the electric powered atomizer as shown in the below photo, which creates a fine mist that flows through the whole attic and gets every nook and cranny, for 100% coverage and cleanup. To protect myself against insulation fibers and animal biohazard, I wear a disposable Tyvek suit and I wear the respirator mask, as shown above. This fogging machine, also called an atomizer, sprays my cleaning solution in a fine mist that permeates the entire attic, and makes certain attic cleanup scenarios easy. In a case like this, in which the homeowner did not want total insulation replacement, the enzyme-based cleaner in the atomizer does a good job of breaking down and sanitizing the contaminated areas of the attic. If your attic has wildlife waste or animal poop, then this is one method that can kill harmful pathogens along with the odor. Homeowner's insurance will pay for attic cleanup and restoration in the case of raccoon damage, because of the potential health risks.