Wildlife Removal Shiawassee County Michigan 

 

Shiawassee County, (810) 213-1878
Emergency Assistance Available, 24 hours a day

 

 

  • Animal Control Service

  • Wildlife Removal Service

  • Attic Restoration Service 

  • Pest Control Service

  • Raccoon Trapping & Removal

  • Squirrel Trapping & Removal

  • Mice Removal & Control

  • Snake Removal & Control

  • Dead Animal Removal & Cleanup

  • Mole Trapping & Vole Control

  • Bat Removal & Control

  • Skunk Trapping & Removal

  • Bird Removal & Control

  • Groundhog Removal & Woodchuck Trapping

  • Chipmunk Removal & Trapping Service

  • Opossum Removal & Trapping

  • Rat Removal & Control Service

  • Dead Deer Removal

  • Muskrat Removal & Control

  • Woodpecker Removal & Control

 

Voted Best Animal Removal Company In Shiawassee County Michigan

 

 

  • Raccoon Feces Cleanup

  • Bat Guano Cleanup

  • Bird Nest Removal Service

  • Chimney Cap Installation Service

  • Animal Damage Repair 

  • Rodent Removal Service

  • Commercial Bird Control

  • Pigeon Removal Service

  • Gopher Control

  • Rat Exterminator

  • Mice Exterminator

Shiawassee County Nuisance Animal Control

If you have been hearing noise in your attic, smelling a funky burning match smell when your A/C or heat has been turned on or have a dead animal that needs removal and extraction we can help. We are a full-service wildlife control company. What this means is we handle every aspect from trapping the nuisance wildlife to replacing attic insulation and removing feces. There is no problem too big or small and we also offer 24-hour emergency wildlife removal in Shiawassee County, Michigan.

Bats, birds, squirrels, and raccoons can really tear your attic apart. Our bat removal services do everything from the initial home inspection, to sealing up the open areas after the bats have been removed. Once bat control has been completed, we also offer bat guano clean up which can be toxic if inhaled. Our bird control is essentially the same procedure that is used to get rid of bats but in the case of birds, nesting removal is usually necessary. We are the top rated pest control service and wildlife removal service in Oakland County Michigan. We understand the habits of animals and what makes them tick, so trapping them and prevention of future entry comes second nature to us. We pride ourselves in making sure that we do the job right the first time.

Dead animals attract all matter of vermin and disease, not to mention new nuisance animals which wish to feed on the carcass. Bat control Shiawassee County Rivers and lakes dotted throughout Lansing, MI, help to form its unique ecosystem. You need to hire a West Bloomfield wildlife control company that identifies 100% of the animal entry points into your building, and seals them shut with professional repairs. For West Bloomfield pest control of wildlife, just give us a call and we will discuss your wildlife problem and schedule an appointment to solve it. Shiawassee County bat removal Ensure that animals don’t get back in! We handle nearly all aspects of wildlife control and resolve conflicts between people and wildlife in a humane and professional manner. We also do West Bloomfield snake removal most of the snakes in Michigan are not venomous, but call us if you want safe removal, or read about how to get rid of snakes in West Bloomfield. Bats love attics. They possess licensing that allows them to do certain types of work legally, that non-licensed homeowners in the state of Michigan are not allowed to do. We are available 24/7! Shiawassee County squirrel trapping company Be aware that all rodents chew -including electrical wires is a potential fire hazard.

Shiawassee County wildlife situation. A bat got into a homeowners living room from an unknown area. The bat was flying around at nite and would then disappear. They were stumped and could not find out why this was happening. Bats were in the attic and in the walls and were sneaking down at nite and getting back up by morning. This was going on for over 2 weeks when they finally called out a professional. Steve arrived at their house around 12 in the afternoon while the bat was not present. He continued to do a full inspection of the property and located a huge colony of bats in the attic. It looked like the bats were there for years due to the amount of droppings in the attic. Fortunately we were able to remove the bats humanely and seal the entry points.

 

Hi there I have a question. How do you remove the bats from the attic? Thanks for asking and I would be glad to answer that for you. We remove bats from the attic using one way doors and sealing entry points. Bats are protected so we can not harm them. They are also very hard to keep out of the attic if you are not experienced in bat removal from attics. The bats are forced through bat doors so they can not re enter. Gaps also need to be sealed to prevent future entry. If you have any other questions you can call our office directly.

County Website

This County Board of Supervisors’ first session was held in October of 1837. At Corunna, the County Board of Supervisors convened on October 7, 1839 and accepted that a block of land 300 feet square, designated as the Public Square and donated by the County Seat Company. Upon this plot the Courthouse was erected and the Courthouse that is current occupies this website. The Circuit Court for Shiawassee County’s initial term was held. The first session of the Probate Court was February 13, 1838.

Cities In Shiawassee County, MI

The first american to put foot in Shiawassee County was a Frenchman. He established himself with the Indians near the site of Saginaw for the purpose of trading. A fellow countryman named Tremble followed. For quite a while both Frenchmen controlled the trade of the vast district where this county was a small part. Gradually, however, other traders and trappers came in; along with the Indian, frequently unconscious of their danger which threatened his race-civilization fought against the invasion of the hunting ground. Shiawassee County from east to west is roughly 22 1/2 miles wide and from north to south is 24 1/2 miles.
There were hints as late as 1830, of a previous civilization, although it is believed that Indians were the earliest settlers of the section. Throughout the county were many mounds, of that were never determined the use and significance. Some were graves, as on launching human bones were found. Bore the appearance of a fort. Shiawassee County takes its name from the Shiawassee River, which enters the county near the southeast corner, extends through the villages of Byron and Vernon, the cities of Corunna and Owosso, and from there flows north into the Saginaw Bay, leaving this county near the center of the northern border. The name of Shiawassee is based from Indian lore, meaning “Rolling” or “Sparkling Waters.” The east is Genesee County; into Clinton, the west and Livingston Counties, into the south is located Ingham and into the north Saginaw.
The proclamation of Governor Cass on September 10, 1822 established as a distinct county Shiawassee. Besides the territory that was present, it included eight townships of Livingston and eight townships of Genesee. Fifteen years later Shiawassee were reduced by the organization of new counties . Other towns are the county chair, Corunna, Durand, Laingsburg and Perry. In addition to the six incorporated villages, there are smaller communities.
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