Solve the Problem - 4 How-To Steps
1 - Home & Attic Inspection
Inspect the exterior of the home, including the roof and all vents, to find out how the animals are getting in. Also inspect inside the attic to identify animal and damage.
2 - Remove the Animals
This process is not simple, and it varies considerably based on animal type and situation. You might use an exclusion door, or a cage trap, or removal by hand.
3 - Repair the Entry Holes
The job is not complete until you solve the source of the problem. Seal shut the entry holes, with professional grade repairs, or else the problem will happen again.
4 - Clean the Attic
In addition to repairing chewed electrical wires and damaged duct work, you might want to remove the animal feces, maybe the insulation, and decontaminate.
Our over ten years of experience has taught us that a great deal of the damage that wild animals cause to your property is not immediately obvious, particularly if it takes place in the walls or attic. You will not notice that rodents chewed your electrical wires, creating a fire hazard, unless you come across the wires in question. You will not be aware that a wild animal spread a disease like Leptospirosis, Salmonella, or Histoplasmosis to you or your family until you begin showing symptoms. It is also very common for attic-dwelling critters, like squirrels, bats, raccoons, and rats, to leave behind urine and droppings, leading to odors and/or mold problems. Other animals, such as squirrels, moles, and groundhogs, can cause more visible damage to the exterior of your property by digging up your garden or landscaping. We can assist you with animal removal in all of these situations to minimize the problems. Our team also offers emergency snake removal 24/7. Thanks to our training, experience, and tools, we are able to safely remove every snake species within the state. We can also identify the species for you and let you know whether it is venomous. Our services also extend to removing dead animals, whether inside or outside your building, and controlling animal-related odors.