Services Provided

Exclusions/Removal

  • Raccoons
  • Squirrels
  • Bats
  • Emergency removal
  • Juvenile animals in walls
  • Groundhogs or skunks under sheds, porches, and other structures.
  • Porch roofs
  • Crawlspaces
  • Dead animal removal

Trapping

  • Raccoons
  • Squirrels
  • Opossums
  • Groundhogs
  • Skunks
  • Foxes
  • Bats
  • Birds
  • Feral cats

Repairs

  • Metal bending
  • Siding repair & installation
  • Fence installation
  • Attic restoration
  • Roof shingles repair
  • Chimney capping
  • Vent screening
  • And more...

ANIMAL EXCLUSION POINTS

  • Chimney - Adding chimney caps and screening can prevent animals from falling in or nesting
  • Plumbing Vents - Animals seeking shelter can become stuck in plumbing pipes
  • Roof & Fascia Spaces - Poorly sealed points between roof & fascia invite animal entry
  • Roof Vents - Lightweight, flimsy vents should be replaced with heavy, secure roof vents
  • Oven & Bathroom Exhaust Vents - Adding screening to vents helps keep animals out
  • Roof/Soffit Intersection - Securing gaps will help prevent animal chewing and entry
  • Holes in Siding - Repairing & reinforcing holes will discourage animal infestation
  • Porch & Deck - Durable screening around base prevents nesting animals
  • Trees & Landscaping - Removal of overhanging tree limbs and encroaching vegetation

Different types of trapping

  • Blind Sets Trap that is set along the pathway of where the animals frequently travel.
  • Positive Sets Trap that is fastened directly to the point of entry where animal may exit to guarantee capture of wildlife causing the damage.
  • Baited Sets Traps set with species-specific bait in order to capture target animal.

Repairs for exclusions

  • Metal Bending - Customized metal bending will provide a professional finish on your property that will be aesthetically pleasing, while keeping wildlife out for good!
  • Chimney Cap - In the event animals are entering chimneys, they may need repair and a custom chimney cap installed. (Note: Regardless of chimney having recent activity, all chimneys should be capped to minimize risk of any future wildlife issues, i.e. bird or squirrel falling into flue down to the basement).
  • Restoring animal damage - Our mission is to close the points of entry to prevent further animal damage. With new techniques and our dedication to match the repairs to your house, we strive to make animal damage disappear.

Emergency Animal Removal

  • Raccoon-Direct Capture. When animal is trapped in a room, it can become aggressive. It feels threatened, it's frightened, and becomes destructive. Risk of animal attack increases.
  • Raccoon young removed from wall Juvenile raccoons in the walls are not an easy problem to resolve. The adult raccoon must first be trapped. Once done, the process begins to locate nest and remove young.
  • Emergency Removal. This bat was found under a radiator, stuck to a glue trap. Client had no idea there was even a bat in the house.

What to expect for Inspection

IT IS DIFFICULT TO GIVE A PRICE QUOTE OVER THE PHONE OR VIA EMAIL. DUE TO EVERY WILDLIFE PROBLEM BEING UNIQUE, AN INSPECTION NEEDS TO BE DONE. DIFFICULTY IN DEALING WITH WILDLIFE DAMAGE VARIES DUE TO STRUCTURE OR OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES, SUCH AS ABANDONED OR SEVERELY DAMAGED PROPERTIES (ESPECIALLY WHILE DEALING WITH ROW HOMES). A ROW HOME HAS MANY MORE CHALLENGES TO DEAL WITH IN COMPARISON TO A SMALL RANCH HOME. A WAREHOUSE, OR OTHER BUSINESS, IS NOT THE SAME AS RESIDENTIAL SERVICE. NUISANCE WILDLIFE DOES NOT FOLLOW ANY SET OF RULES WHEN IT COMES TO USING YOUR BUSINESS OR HOME AS ITS DWELLING.

I ALWAYS SUGGEST EXCLUSION WORK BE DONE TO PREVENT ANY OTHER WILDLIFE FROM RETURNING. EXCLUSION WORK CAN ONLY BE PRICED DURING AN INSPECTION. OUR INSPECTION STARTS WHEN YOU CALL; OUR OPERATOR IS TRAINED TO ASK QUESTIONS TO HELP FIGURE OUT WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE. ONCE TECHNICIANS ARRIVE, A TOP-TO-BOTTOM VISUAL INSPECTION OF PROPERTY AND A ONEON-ONE TALK WITH THE CLIENT WILL BE DONE TO BEST DETERMINE WHAT THE PROBLEM IS. MY TEAM AND THE CLIENT WORK TOGETHER TO DETERMINE THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION TO SOLVE THE WILDLIFE PROBLEM. THE MORE WE KNOW, THE BETTER. COST OF INSPECTION IS $100 FOR MOST HOMES (DUE AT TIME OF INSPECTION). THIS WILL BE CREDITED TO THE COST OF THE JOB.