Washington Township Wildlife Control Servicing
Animal removal services are sometimes tricky to find. But thankfully, we have you covered. We are a family-owned business that has been in operation for 15 years and proudly offer environmentally friendly, and humane animal control and removal. We have extensive experience with squirrels, raccoons, and skunks are our fast and professional service make it a breeze to get rid of nuisance animals. Our Washington Township MI technicians are specially trained in a variety of animal control and exclusion techniques as well as various renovation and restoration services to make sure that your home is returned to pre-animal condition.
What to Look for in a Washington Township Animal Control Service
Only our team guarantees that once the animal is out, it will be kept out. Animal control and removal can be dangerous and there are certain techniques and methods that need to be used in order to guarantee that the animals are removed and kept out. We are also the only team the offers full repairs and restorations to return your home to pre-animal condition.
Wildlife Control Services We Offer
We offer Washington Township animal control services. There are a lot of services that come with animal exclusion and control. If you suspect that nuisance animals may have taken up residence in and around your property we are here to help with wildlife removal and wildlife control! Call us today for an inspection and we will help develop a course of action to help you deal with nuisance animals in your home.
Our services cover an extensive area and we are available for work 24/7. We deal with a wide variety of animals including: bats, beavers, birds, chipmunks, coyotes, foxes, ground hogs, moles, muskrats, opossums, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, snakes, woodchucks and other wildlife.
Squirrel Trapping and Control
Common neighborhood animals, most homeowners don’t give squirrels a second glance. While these animals are generally harmless and appear fairly content gathering nuts, they can find their way into your home and nest in your attic or crawl space. Our technicians are experts at squirrel removal and squirrel trapping. We will safely and humanely remove them and then get your home secured against their re-entry.
Raccoon Removal and Management Services
Raccoons are a difficult nuisance animal to remove from homes and they typically end up nesting in the attic after they gain entry through gaps in the roof. Because raccoons are nocturnal, you will typically hear shuffling around at night thus disrupting your sleep and peace of mind. Our Waterford raccoon removal team are professionally trained to manage raccoon removal and raccoon proofing.
Skunk Removal and Management Services
Skunks have been known to cause a fair amount of issues for homeowners.They are territorial and don’t hold back when it comes to spraying the kids and family dog of they get too close. They are also do a lot of digging which can tear up a yard or garden pretty quickly. Thankfully we are trained in skunk removal and skunk control and are fully equipped to handle your humane skunk removal.
What Do Raccoons Eat?
Baby Raccoon Removal & Rescue
Preventing Nuisance Squirrel Damage to Homes
Bat Extermination Services
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.
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.
Signs of a Skunk Infestation
Professional Sanitation Services For Bat Guano
How Much is a Bat Exclusion?
Signs of a Squirrel Infestation
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.
Choosing Bat Control Services
Bat invasion into homes has been a common problem throughout many parts of the world. Bats such as the Pallid Bat have been known to occupy structures such as barns, bridges and even buildings that are both occupied by people as well as vacant buildings. That is just an example of the many species of bats that can invade human occupied buildings and cause discomfort
Bat Prevention Services
In case bats invade your home and you want to get rid of them, it is always advisable to choose bat control services that are humane and not harmful to the animals. So you should avoid services that involve trapping, use of poison or the use of bat repellents.
Where Bats Tend To Roost
There are common places that bats tend to roost. These places are Eave troughs, under shingles, gable vents and the most notable, hanging above door. Bats in these different places require different treatment and different methods of removal.
Removing bats roosting on eaves
Removing bats from eaves is quite simple since it only requires a net or an exclusion tube. This helps as the bat will be able to fly out but won't be able to fly back in.
Removing bats from gable vents
There are a number of ways to get rid of bats roosting in gable vents.
One of these ways is hand removal, you have to take safety precautions such as wearing gloves and using a stable ladder, but this method is not recommended.
Another way of removing bats from gable vents is by spraying the bats with water from the inside of the house until they fly out, once they are out sealing of the gable vents is necessary to prevent the bat from coming back in. also, other openings in the house should be sealed.
Removing bats from ridge vents
There are different types of ridge vents. Some ridges have plastic caps, some have metal caps and some have interwoven ridge caps, bats roosting in the above mentioned ridge vents have different ways of removal.
- Metal ridge caps – one should remove the rubber end pieces which will let the bats in through the end caps.
- Plastic ridge caps – These are good for air flow but are not effective when it comes to preventing bats from getting into the attic. Plastic ridge caps like cobra style can be used to prevent bats from entering your house.
- Interwoven ridge caps – this is the most recommended for bat control. It is not as effective in ventilation but it won't let bats in unless cap is broken.
It is advisable to call and expert who will remove it by hand. But if that isn't possible, you can try a couple of techniques to get rid of the bats. Some of them are.
- Covering the area where the bat grips onto with aluminum foil. This will prevent the bat from gripping onto the surface
- You may try cleaning the place where the bat hangs onto with ammonia, this will clean the bat urine from the wall and will also get rid of the odor the bat leaves behind, bats are attracted by the smell they leave behind