Experiencing a Pest Problem?

Our experts want to solve your problems as quickly and effectively as possible while using the most humane practices in the business at an affordable price. We are able to remove a wide range of wildlife and prevent them from returning. 

FH07OCT_RACOUT_01One of the most commonly dealt with nuisance animals are raccoons. Over the years, they have adapted to living with humans. They have learned that garbage cans and dumpsters are excellent sources of food, and that houses are excellent habitat.

However, this is obviously a problem because wild animals don't care about keeping your home tidy. A mother raccoon will often tear a hole in a roof to access an attic, where they will make quite a mess and a lot of noise. Once they have set up a nest, they're going to make a big mess and leave a lot of droppings. They are strong animals, so you can often expect torn up insulation paper, ripped open ducts, and other damages.

They will search hard for food, and are fond of tipping over trash cans, raiding dumpsters, and even stealing your pet's food. They are even known to break into screened-in porches to get pet food.

It's common for raccoons to poop in swimming pools. Since they carry a number of parasites and diseases, this can be a problem because it is harmful to people and pets.

For assistance removing raccoons from your house, please contact us today.

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Attics are one place in the home squirrels love to take up shelter in. Since they love to chew, your houses' wires, ducts, and pipes become a target once there. Chewing is the main problem, even though noise from them running around in the ceiling can also be an issue.

If squirrels chew on electrical wires in the attic, it can create a real potential fire hazard. Also, since squirrels like to nest, they will often bring in nesting material and leave urine and feces. They also commonly nest in chimneys, where they can sometimes get stuck and frantically scratch, or sometimes even get into the fireplace and then inside your home.

If you are having problems with squirrels, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

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batThe primary concern of bats involves large colonies. It may not be a big deal if it's just a few bats. However, it can be a big problem if you've got a typical maternity colony of bats in your home or building.

A large colony is not only noisy and unsettling at dusk and dawn as swarms of bats fly in and out, but the main problem is that they leave their droppings and urine behind. With a large colony of bats, the excrement and urine can really add up and form large piles. Not only do the droppings and urine corrode wood/metal, but the weight of them can collapse the ceiling below the attic. Not only does the waste have a foul odor, but it can also grow fungal spores that people can breathe in, leading to the lung disease Histoplasmosis.

If you require assistance with bats on your property, please give us a call.

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groundhog_lGroundhogs/Woodchucks are considered agricultural pests since they love to eat a wide variety of crops. Since these mammals need to eat a lot of vegetation, they will attempt to move in to gardens and form burrows. Their burrowing habits often cause bigger problem. People as well as farm animals, such as Horses and cows, can break their legs by stepping into burrows. Also, when a groundhog digs under a house or deck, the removal of soil can undermine the foundation.

For assistance on groundhog removal, give us a call.

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skunk7One of the largest concerns with skunks is their odor. Skunks very frequently inhabit human dwellings. They'll live under sheds, porches, decks, etc. They may discharge or scent mark these areas, creating an unpleasant odor. Many people don't like skunks on the property, because of fear of stumbling across one and getting sprayed. There's also the matter of pet/skunk conflict. Skunks often fall down basement window wells as well. In addition, they can actually do a lot of digging, and damage a lawn.

If you are having problems with skunks on your property, please don't hesitate to give us a call.

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opossumBecause opossums are opportunistic scavengers, they can come into conflict with people and cause various problems. They'll steal garbage, pet food, etc. They can distress pets, and if a dog corners one, it will most likely receive a nasty bite.

They can spread fleas and other parasites. Most of all, they often like to live in human structures, such as under sheds or decks, and they very commonly live inside of attics. When an opossum lives in an attic, it makes it its personal toilet, and leaves a lot of excrement behind.

They can also cause destruction in houses and attics. In addition, possums very frequently die inside buildings, inside the attic or walls, and the smell of a rotting opossum body is very unpleasant.

For assistance on opossum removal, give us a call.

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miceMice are usually classified as a pest species due to their habits of living in houses, getting into food and gnawing on wood and wires. The most common complaints include the following:

  • Mice taking up residence in the attic
  • Mice scratching in the walls
  • Mice raiding the pantry and other areas food is kept
  • Gnawing on electrical wires
  • Concerns over health risks

For these reasons, many people wish to have these nuisance rodents trapped and removed.

If you have a problem with mice in your house, please give us a call.

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animalopeningWildlife damage control and wildlife management go hand in hand. When wild animals get too comfortable with human environments, damage can often be the result. Whether it is insulation damage in the attic from raccoons or squirrels, chimney damage from nesting birds or yard damage from burrowing groundhogs, the result is a need for a wildlife damage control plan.

We have the knowledge and tools to repair animal damage and return your home to like-new condition. In addition, we can help prevent critters from coming back by animal proofing common entry points.

If you have damage caused by animals or need assistance animal proofing your house, give us a call!

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chipmunkEven though chipmunks are small, they can be quite destructive - especially when burrowing near a home's foundation.
Some of the most common signs of chipmunk damage are:

  • Structural or foundational damage from chipmunk burrows
  • Holes in lawn or garden from digging for plant roots
  • Seed piles underneath bird feeders
  • Uprooted bulbs
  • Chipmunk tracks: tiny prints with four toes in the front and five in the back (front and hind feet are generally reversed)

If you are experiencing a problem with chipmunks, please give us a call!

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birdsOne of the most common nuisance birds are pigeons. If it wasn't for the mess they make, pigeons would be pretty delightful. When they roost in an area, they leave behind feathers and nesting material, fleas and mites, and of course, most of all, they leave a lot of droppings. Many urban areas are covered with pigeon poop. They defecate a lot, and can cover an area with piles of droppings. In addition to being unsightly, these droppings can be caustic and can wear down stone or metal, and they're also unsanitary.

The droppings of the pigeon are high in nitrogen, and can grow fungus. People can inhale the fungal spores and contract the lung disease histoplasmosis. For this reason, it's not a good idea to let pigeon droppings accumulate. When pigeons live in attics or duct work, the problem is more likely to occur.

Give us a call today if you're experiencing problems with pigeons or any other type of birds.

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