Titusville Florida Critter Control Services
How to get squirrels out of the attic
How to get raccoons out of the attic
How to get rid of raccoons in the attic
How to remove bats in the attic
How to remove opossums in the attic
Dead Animal Removal Services
Titusville Pest Control Service And Critter Removal
We operate a full-service Titusville wildlife control company, and with our full house/grounds inspection, we can offer solutions to prevent animal problems in the future. We service the Brevard county Florida.
When we do an inspection, we will be able to tell you what the problem is. With a complete understanding of the animals we work with, we can quickly and easily identify which animals are causing the problem and exactly where the animals are gaining entry. With our expertise and vast awareness of wildlife, we work efficiently, solving your Titusville wildlife problem as quickly as possible.
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Squirrel Pest Control
Raccoon Extermination Services
The Facts about Raccoons
With their dark mask and mischievous curiosity, raccoons always seem to be up to no good. The raccoon is a nocturnal mammal, which means that it spends majority of its night scavenging for food. As a result of this, many individuals wake up the next morning to find their trash scattered across their front yard. Raccoons prefer wooded areas near a water source as this is their natural habit, however, they have adapted extremely well to the urban environment. Instead of making their home in a tree, they often nestle in accessible areas in your home such as an attic or chimney, or underneath a deck, house or shed. Because raccoons are nocturnal, it may take a long time to even know that you have a raccoon problem. However, if a raccoon has made it into your home, it will not take long to hear them scurrying about over your head. At this point it's a good idea to call a professional pest control company that handles raccoon removal.
Damage Caused by Raccoons
It may be hard to imagine how a raccoon can get into your attic but low hanging or adjacent branches to your house provide easy access. Raccoons are relentless pests, so anything exposed or that can be detached, such as shingles, roof vents, chimneys, or fascia boards offer a potential entrance into your home. Raccoons find attics to be a great environment to raise their young because of the warmth they provide and the abundance of materials that can be used to build a nest. They will rip insulation off the attic walls and chew through electrical wires, as well as destroy air ducts. They will use your attic as a restroom; feces will begin to pile up and urine will seep down to your ceiling. If given the opportunity raccoons will raise multiple litters in your attic, so early detection and raccoon removal is crucial.
It is important to shop around to make sure you find the best pest control company to perform the raccoon removal as some provides services that others do not. Some companies offer exclusion, remediation, trapping, damage repair and preventative techniques. It's also important to find a company that handles pests humanely and responsibly.
Humane Raccoon Removal
Humane raccoon removal involves the placement of specialized traps in key areas of infestation that are monitored over a period of time. Once captured, strict state guidelines are followed to ensure the least amount of stress on the animal. After all of the pests are safely and humanely removed from the home, the pest control company can then perform the necessary clean up, damage repair and preventative measures involved with proper raccoon removal.
Raccoons are destructive animals, but all is not lost if you find one taking up residence in your home. One call to the right pest control company can make the raccoon removal process quick and easy for both the homeowner and pest.
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Bats can be a big menace to any household, both physically and emotionally. These creatures normally inhabit dark and warm places in the house. You are likely to find them in the basement, walls, soffits and the attic of your house. These low flying creatures can inhabit your home if there are any entry points to let them in. If you have been having problems getting rid of these creatures here are some tips to help you remove them from your house completely.
Bat Proofing Services
There are many companies that offer bat proofing services to home owners. These companies not only remove the offending animals from your house, they also offer bat exclusion services. These services enable you to have a home that will repel these unwanted creatures, instead of attracting them. Although the companies that offer these services are countless, not all of them offer the quality of services that you would want. The best bat removal services come normally with a guarantee. Unless the company promises 100% removal of these creatures from your house, there is absolutely no need for you to pay for the services. The services should include an inspection of your house. The inspection will enable the service provider to identify areas of use by the bats and potential areas they could re-enter. Thus in turn the wildlife control professional will provide a course of action to resolve the problem for you and your home.
Bat Guano Removal
They can cause untold health dangers to the inhabitants and possibly insulation damage to the attic and walls where they roost due to large quantities of buildup. The excrement of these creatures may hold considerable health dangers such as histoplasmosis to everyone in the house. You can employ the services of bat guano removal companies to help you get rid of this guano and soiled insulation from your house. You can also clean the guano yourself if you have the right cleaning materials and personal protective equipment to protect yourself from the health dangers involved with handling bat guano.
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Bat Removal and Bat Control
Florida has a lot of bats! They thrive in Florida.
Some people are scared to death of bats. They creep many people right out. Even those of us that don't mind dealing with bats are entitled to an increased pulse rate when one is flying around our bedroom at 2:00 in the morning!
I am a bat removal expert. I have taken bats out of living rooms, bedrooms, basements and kitchens, walls, and attics. I work all hours of the day (and night!) and have seen people move right out of their home because a bat is flying around inside.
Unless a lone bat has accidentally flown in the house through an open door or window, chances are it is living in the walls or attic. Somehow it got confused, followed a fresh air current, and wound up in the living quarters. As much as people try to convince themselves that it is the only bat living in their home, chances are very good that there are more where that one came from. As you probably know, bats are friendly creatures and usually live in colonies. One bat does not make a colony!
As you can probably tell, my wildlife control company charges for bat inspections. We guide homeowners through the bat removal process and encourage them to save money by taking our recommendations and implementing them. Sometimes homeowners opt to do it all themselves and we are happy to guide them every step of the way. Other times, homeowners want us to do all the work. Either way, because of the detailed inspection that we have provided, they know every gap in their house that will be sealed.
Getting bats out of houses isn't rocket science. It is however a lot of work and takes time. If a bat has found its way inside your home, call a professional, get educated, and get the bats out!