Wildlife Removal

Our Wildlife Removal Service

Regardless of what time of year it is, animals will find their way into your home or attic. Many will turn to do-it-yourself methods, but wise homeowners will hire a credible wildlife removal service (both methods explained in further detail here). Some critters, while searching for food and shelter, will forage or burrow in your yard. Others, because of their ability to live and feed within your home, have the potential to leave an incredible mess inside. In the event that animals find their way inside, it is crucial that you take immediate action. Many creatures carry disease and bacteria. As a result, they can be a real threat to your safety.

On the whole, damage and the type of threat depend on the trespassing species. Some animals, such as bats, will live in your attic unnoticed for long periods of time. Others, like raccoons, will make an alarming mess as they tear through walls, vents, and more. Nonetheless, it is always best to let a professional wildlife removal service handle the situation quickly and completely.

It is our mission, first and foremost, to deliver effective, long-lasting results to all of our clients. After all, our business depends on your feedback. We make it a point to use the most advanced methods available because we aim to be the leaders in our field. Our services include animal damage repair, attic restoration, and animal trapping. Wild animals we handle include raccoons, skunks, bats, squirrels, moles, rodents, birds, & groundhogs. Furthermore, look at our pest dictionary below for specific info on the animals that can give you headaches year-round!

The Wildlife Directory

A brown, spotted snake looks around alertly with the word "snakes" layered overtop
A mole crawls out from a hole in the ground with the word "moles" layered overtop
A bat flying against a brick wall background with the word "bats" layered overtop
A raccoon looks at you while walking in the grass with the word "raccoon" layered overtop
A squirrel crouches in a pile of dead, orange leaves with the word "squirrel" layered overtop
A skunk standing in the grass with the word "skunks" layered overtop
A mouse looks upward with the word "rodents" layered overtop
An opossum searches for food in the grass with the word "opossum" layered overtop
A coyote looks around alertly near a forest with the word "coyote" layered overtop
A fox sits near large stones and looks into the distance with the word "fox" layered overtop
A goose looks ahead with a lake in the background with the word "geese" layered overtop
A ground hog walks through the grass with the words "ground hog" layered overtop
A red wood pecker sits perched on top of a branch with "bird" layered overtop

In the event of wildlife invasion, follow these crucial steps:

  • Step 1: Your first step, above all else, should be to contact a licensed professional. Companies like Buckeye Wildlife Solutions must be accredited in all necessary areas before practicing wildlife removal.
  • Step 2: Identify any potential entry points. In the event an animal makes its way into your living space, you should try to figure out how it got in. By doing this, you may be able to cut off other critters looking to enter.
  • Step 3: Check your kitchen, because any open bags or containers can be major sources of a creature’s attention. This is very effective, because doing this removes a big reason for invading.
  • Step 4: Listen to your wildlife expert because, ultimately, they are looking out for you and your property.