Let us help you protect your investment with our excellent animal control services. We are an animal removal service that specializes in wildlife control. Our many years of experience and commitment to providing the safest and most efficient wildlife control service have made us a leading company in the area.

Your safety is the top priority. Our methods for wildlife capture are safe for the environment and your family. We can capture any unwanted creature that intends to invade your home without hurting your property or the creature itself. We are prepared for any situation and we will offer our best efforts to you.

Unwelcome wildlife can cause a large amount of damage to your property and threaten the safety of your home. In many cases, these pests can also spread life threatening diseases. Only a professional can safely and effectively remove any uninvited wildlife from your home. Our technicians are the best and are always ready to handle all of your wildlife removal needs.

Reduce the risk from Infectious Diseases spread by wild animals.

Animals can spread infectious diseases to people directly through bites and scratches or through contact with animal droppings. Wild animals are a potential source of infectious diseases.

What types of diseases do wild animals carry, spread and are they harmful to humans?

• Rabies   • Toxoplasmosis • Histoplasmosis • Salmonella (food poisoning) • Rat-bite Fever • Raccoon Roundworm   • Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, are just a few.

  Since rodents are rodents, their teeth give them the ability and necessity to chew through a wide range of material. By building a nest inside your home, this often means that they will cause structural damage to your home. One common problem is rodent feces in the crawl space of your home. Fecal waste means that there will be damage to insulation, especially in the attic. Once a rodent gets in, it will cause damage to the insulation by infecting the area with its fecal matter and urine, as well as leave behind parasites and fur.

A rodent only needs to chew through a small area of space to enter your home. Also, a rodent is constantly leaving your home to retrieve food. This means that as it comes back through the hole, it can leave fecal matter in the small crawl space. If you don’t get rid of the feces, it will stay there and continue to pose a health risk and the insulation will deteriorate. Even if the rodent leaves, the odor left behind will attract more rodents to the same place and exacerbate the problem. While you can remove fecal matter yourself, it might be better to hire professionals to remove feces that are not immediately visible. Feces can be trapped in the small crawl spaces, and you might need new insulation applied

Rats and other rodents are notorious carriers of disease, such as plague, leptospirosis, typhus and now hantavirus infection. Hantavirus has been linked to infected rodents in more than a dozen states. Perhaps the most feared animal- borne disease threat is rabies. Dogs and cats that are not vaccinated can acquire rabies from infected wild mammals, such as raccoons, skunks, foxes and bats. Each year more than 4,000 animals - most of them wild- are diagnosed with rabies in the United States. Rabies is spread to humans through a bite or scratch from an infected animal. Although rabies in humans is very rare in this country, about 18,000 people with animal bites receive preventive rabies treatment each year.

Histoplasmosis is an airborne fungus disease that can grow in bat droppings (guano), but usually the guano must have contact with moist soil, which is normally not present in a dry attic environment.

Human inhalation is usually the result of stirring up dust that contains contaminate fungus spores, therefore it is not recommended to clean up guano without the help of trained personnel with the proper safety equipment. Droppings are most dangerous when they are dry and subject to becoming airborne as a fine dust, particularly when disturbed by sweeping or scraping. Assume that a health hazard is present whenever bat droppings are disturbed.

Buildings create great spots for Raccoons to live. Problem Raccoons and Squirrels, find their way into our homes through soffits, eave areas, attic vents, gaps, holes in foundations, siding, roof and many other areas. Once these nuisance animals gain access into the walls or attic, they can usually find their way through walls and ceilings to just about anywhere in the house they want. Having any type of wild animals living in your home is a health and safety problem and can be a serious situation if not professionally resolved.

Raccoons and Squirrels - • Will chew the insulation off of electrical wire and can cause fires. • Can plug up attic vents and chimneys with nesting materials causing carbon monoxide and fire hazards. • Carry diseases, ticks, parasites and mites. • Destroy insulation and soil the insides of walls and attics with fecal matter and urine. • Destroy shingles and tear holes in siding and soffit. • Get into garbage cans and garages looking for food.

Dead Animal Removal Service - Do you believe you have a dead animal in your home or business?  We locate and remove the animal, then we take the steps to disinfect the contaminated area and eliminate order. It is also important to inspect your home or business to find out how that animal gained entry and take the proper steps to prevent future problems in your home or office.

Animal Waste Clean-up & Insulation Replacement We can remove soiled attic insulation, bio hazardous excrement, nesting materials, etc., decontaminate the attic and install new insulation in the attic.

This will reclaim your attic space and substantially reduce your home’s energy bill.

Animal droppings and urine can cause bad odors, structural damage and also can be a health hazard. We offer full service biohazard cleanup and disposal.

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