We’ll help you with skunk removal in Nashville! We’ll trap and remove skunks in the duct lines, HVAC lines, and crawlspaces of your Nashville area home or business.
After skunks are removed, we repair the damage as crawlspace damage often involves some duct damage as well. Call the Nashville skunk removal experts now!
Our Nashville skunk removal team has many years dealing with skunks and learning their habits. This allows us to inspect your crawlspace for habitation, remove them and offer best practices to prevent skunks from entering your crawl spaces & ducts again.
If you smell or see a dead skunk or any other animal in your home or HVAC systems, we remove them too.
Skunks love to tear duct lines and use insulation in their dens. Knowing their behavior and habits helps with safe removal. Once a skunk has moved under your home, quick action is required to minimize their damage. The skunk can spray or die inside your duct line! No doubt this would be quite unpleasant! Call Alpha Wildlife Nashville for Skunk Removal Now: (615) 434-5331.
Skunks are notorious for the foul odor of their spray and their digging habits. Therefore, skunks will leave holes in your lawn when digging for insects, and they can damage your home foundation if one chooses to construct a burrow underneath your home.
Generally, skunks are nocturnal, so they are most active at night. They do not hibernate, but they tend to be inactive during the coldest winter months when many gather in communal dens for warmth. For the remainder of the year, skunks are generally solitary, living and foraging alone.
Mating season is one of the only other times when skunks tend to socialize. Usually, skunks have litters of 1-7 in late April through early June in the greater Nashville area. Skunks have strong forefeet and long nails, which make them excellent diggers. They dig holes in lawns, gardens and golf courses in search of food like grubs and earthworms. When no other form of shelter is available, skunks may even burrow underneath buildings by entering foundation openings.