Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Wildlife Removal
If you're struggling with a rodent or wildlife critter that won't go away, it's time to call the professionals. We help homeowners get their homes back, facilitate repairs and help them avoid further home damage by Wildlife Prevention Exclusion (pest-proofing)
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We follow the very strict guidelines and laws set by the state. We work in accordance with the Department of Fish and Wildlife first and foremost. In some cases certain species will need to be humanely euthanized and in others the animals may not be bothered in any way.
No. While some companies do both pest and wildlife removals they require very different licenses and are completely different jobs. Our company doesn't use poisons and only handles wildlife at this time.
We are not offering any poison services at this time. Poisons are mostly good for large colonies of small animals rather than small groups of larger animals. Although poisons may sometimes be used to remove small rodents, they are safely contained in order to keep them away from your domestic pets and children.
Yes. We are licensed through the Department of Fish and Wildlife as well as a CCB contractor’s license in order to not only trap the wildlife animals, but also follow through with the exclusion work.
We don't deal with domestic pets such as house cats and dogs. We also do not handle other animals that are protected by state regulations or other legislation. If in doubt about an animal you'd like removed, give us a call and we'll answer your questions. At this time we are not doing mole, gopher, or vole removal.
There is a possibility that many wild animals can carry harmful diseases. Most commonly rabies, toxoplasmosis, histoplasmosis, salmonella (food poisoning), rat-bite fever, raccoon roundworm and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, just to name a few that are potentially harmful to humans. When wildlife invaders get into your attic or under your house, they can leave an incredible amount of waste and debri creating possible health issues for you. What kind of damage can squirrels do?
Squirrels chew on the bark and twigs of landscaping trees and bushes. They can seriously damage electrical wires, short out transformers and cause fires Chew holes in a home’s siding, fascia and soffit, any of which can cost thousands of dollars to repair or replace
- Squirrels can cause extensive damage to the heating and air conditioning systems
- Squirrels damage to lawns by digging holes to burry nuts in the turf
- Squirrels eat garden vegetables and fruits
- Squirrels are well-known for destroying bird feeders in the process of getting to the birdseed