As a homeowner, you want to do everything you can to keep uninvited guests from invading your home. Unfortunately, most wildlife animals have a different agenda. From nesting in chimney flues to burrowing in your basement, nature’s critters have a knack for finding their way into your home. Here are some of the most common issues we see in suburban wildlife control, and what you can do about them.

Wildlife Removal from Attics and Chimneys
If you hear a constant scurrying or scratching in your attic or around your chimney, chances are you’ve got a rodent infestation problem on your hands. These creatures taking up residence in your home might be anything from raccoons or squirrels to mice or rats to bats or birds. Not only are they annoying, they can damage the interior of your home, and possibly even introduce fleas into your living space. The ways that animals get into your house are many, but getting them out requires the help of wildlife removal services.

Wildlife Removal from Lawns and Gardens
There’s nothing more frustrating than putting a lot of time and effort into your yard, only to have it torn up or eaten by nuisance wildlife. Skunks in particular tend to burrow near homes, and since they can shoot their sulfur-smelling defense mechanism as far as 10 feet into the air from their anal glands, they’re not an animal you want lingering below your bedroom window at night. A wildlife removal service can help to rid these animals from your yard and prevent them from coming back.

Dead Animal Removal
What’s that smell? It could be a dead animal decaying somewhere within the walls or ventilation spaces of your house. Locating and removing these animals can be difficult, especially since many species habitually seek out dark, enclosed spaces before their deaths. However, our animal control experts will know where to look and will help get rid of that bad smell for good.

Taking care of animal issues as soon as possible is the best way to prevent nasty smells or structural damage. Furthermore, you can take preventative steps to stop them from coming back again. Contact us today for more information on how we can help keep your home free of unwanted animal visitors.