Rodent & Wildlife Removal
Beyond the insect world, there are many pests that can enter your household or property and make your life difficult. The types of wildlife you might see varies depending your climate and location. For example, homes in rural areas may targets for rabbits, moles, squirrels, and field mice. Urban homeowners are more likely to brush up against Norway rats and pests that favor moist hiding spots.
At No Escape Pest Control, we understand the unique challenges posed by all types of wildlife to your health, property, and quality of life. With so many biological differences at play, non-insect pests require careful plans that take their unique habitats and behavior into account.
Are you struggling, trying to get rid of raccoons? Perhaps you’ve noticed rodent dropping in your kitchen? As suburban areas continue to grow, unwanted animal intrusion into the living environment has increased. No Escape Pest Control has the experience and skills necessary to handle any wildlife animal control situation, whether residential or commercial.
Squirrels · Rats · Mice · Bats · Raccoons · Birds · Snakes · Bees · Coyotes · Beavers · Feral Animals · Foxes · Opossums · Skunks · Chipmunks· Etc…
Many of these species are known vectors of diseases and bacteria such as Histoplasmosis, Toxoplasmosis, Salmonella, Rabies, and Hantavirus. Additionally, the presence of wildlife in your home may introduce other pests such as fleas, mites, ticks, and lice. Further, the constant chewing of squirrels and rodents may cause a fire as they gnaw exposed electrical wires inside attics and crawl spaces.
Most Common Signs of Rodent Infestation:
Wondering why your rat traps aren’t working? Rats are actually equipped to recognize foreign objects or sudden changes in their environment especially bait traps!
- Small tiny droppings/pellets found in hidden dark areas, usually wherever
- Strong, musky odors that reek in certain areas of the home
- Holes in food boxes/packaging from gnawing and nibbling pests
- Gnaw marks found near window frames, baseboards, electrical wires, etc.
Wildlife Prevention Tips:
- Maintain clean, dry, and well ventilated attics and crawlspaces
- Inspect your roof consistently for water damage
- Ensure that your garbage is secure and protected from animals
- Keep the openings near your exhaust fan and vents covered
- Prune tree limbs and avoid unwanted collection of debris
- Store your food in airtight containers
- Weather-strip all windows and your basement including the foundation