Most homeowners experience at least one pest infestation in their lifetime when mice, raccoons, squirrels, bats, possums, bees, or wasps decide to move into their home or yard and take up residence.
While it is true that wildlife and humans have learned to cohabitate peacefully over the years, it still isn't a safe or agreeable situation to have these pests living so close to your family. Some of these pests carry the rabies virus, and you risk getting it if the animal bites you. A wasp attack could also lead to a dangerous health situation.
Each of the following types of situations are clear indications that you need the services of an experienced wildlife control operator
Potential for Allergic Reactions: If someone in your home experiences sensitivity to animal dander, it is important to eliminate the possibility of triggering an unwanted asthmatic attack.
Risk of a Health Hazard: Allowing mice to remain in your home or outbuildings year after year leads to a buildup of feces that contains dangerous bacteria.
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The Cost for Raccoon, Squirrel & Skunk removal is around $300 for one entry hole or trap rental depending on the situation.
If you're looking to protect your home long term, it's wise to have prevention screening installed. You could spend $200 to $500 on full prevention screening of roof vents & weak spots on an average house.
Prevention Screening is the # 1 Tip given to homeowners by experienced wildlife control operators for long term wildlife control
Getting the best wildlife control service possible all starts with the inspection of the exterior for your house.
Even if you see the animal entry hole yourself, it's still a good idea for the wildlife inspector to check all sides of the house and even walk around on the roof to inspect the vents and roof intersections for more wildlife damage.
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A WILDLIFE PROOF HOME STARTS WITH AN EXTERIOR INSPECTION
REMOVAL & PREVENTION OF RACCOONS, SKUNKS, SQUIRRELS, BATS, PIGEONS