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Wildlife Exclusion is the process of getting wildlife out of your home and keeping them out. Depending on the types of wildlife that you are having issues with, the process can vary. For Example, a squirrel exclusion service is going to be different than a bat or a rat exclusion service. Choosing the right company that can differentiate between what will work for different animals, will be key to keeping wildlife.
Local wildlife removal does not come in a one size fits all approach. As professionals with experience in emergency wildlife removal, we know that no two jobs are the same. For instance, removing a snake from the garage is different from removing a bat from the attic.
Choose from the list below, and let us know what type of nuisance wildlife removal you are in need of.
The wildlife exclusion process will be on a case by case basis. No two houses are exactly the same. For example, if you have two A Frame style homes that are the same size, one house may need ridge vents covered while the other may not even have ridge vents. Covering the ridge vents is not an easy fix, so the cost difference between the two homes will be noticeable.
The first step to the wildlife exclusion process is for a technician to come out and identify the species of the wildlife that become a nuisance. Once the species is identified we will come up with a plan to seal the exterior of the home to keep that species out for good. In most cases we are using a permanent material, such as metal, cement, or a combination of both. By using these materials, wildlife will not be able to enter through the covered areas.
The exclusion service is the keystone to our business. We have seen time and time again that even when you trap the problem animals, that other animals will try to get in your house. Some reasons for that are that there is now an unused opening or that there are scent trails that are attracting other wildlife to your home.
The main benefit of getting wildlife exclusion services done is that you will have peace of mind that the animals are out of your home and cannot get back in. While that may sound like a small benefit, you can ask anyone that has had wildlife in their home, how unnerving that it can be. You won’t have to worry about the urine and feces that is being left behind daily or the potential hazards that wildlife can cause to a home.