DeKalb County Indiana Wildlife Removal Companies

Can I Use Traps to Catch Bats?

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Many wild animals in Indiana have learnt to adapt to their homes and even flourish in them. Some animals, for example, have discovered that attics are ideal living spaces. Other animals find shelter beneath homes or porches. These animals invariably inflict damage. Squirrels and rats, for example, enjoy chewing on electrical wires in attics, posing a major fire threat. With their droppings and parasites, raccoons can seriously contaminate an attic. The same can be said for bat and bird colonies. We specialize in resolving Indiana's wildlife issues, from snake removal to large-scale projects such as commercial bat control.

Conduct a comprehensive home inspection for evidence of animal entry as the first step in resolving your wildlife problem. This inspection assists us in determining what types of animals are entering, how they are gaining access, and where they are gaining access. We can devise the finest plan of action for not just eradicating but also preventing them once the trapping process is complete.

FULL-SERVICE WILDLIFE COMPANY OF FORT WAYNE: We take pride in being Fort Wayne's most thorough and complete wildlife removal company. We don't just throw a cage trap on the ground and expect it to solve the problem. We address the underlying cause of the wildlife problem and implement a complete, step-by-step plan that includes the following services:


INSPECTION - We inspect the building and grounds to determine the source of the wildlife property. We want to solve your problem for good by addressing the root cause.


ANIMALS IN ATTICS - If you have wildlife in your attic, we will enter and identify the animal(s), as well as any damage they have caused, and if possible, remove them from the attic.


WILDLIFE TRAPPING IN A HUMANE MANNER - The majority of occupations call the capture and removal of animals. We use our years of experience to catch the target animal in a safe, humane, and effective manner (s).


REPAIRS TO OPEN ENTRY HOLES - If you have animals in your home, it is critical to locate and repair all open entry holes. Our repairs are of professional quality and come with a warranty.


ATTIC CLEANING - We clean and sanitize your attic as needed to prevent mold, infections, and odors.

Squirrels - The Plague of Southern Ohio in the Early 1800s

Professional trapping is your first line of protection against nuisance animals that have taken up residence in your home or attic. We provide humane and efficient nuisance animal removal solutions for all problematic species of Indiana wildlife, from humane bat exclusion and bird control to squirrel, raccoon, and skunk removal.

Tactics to Keep Skunks Away

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While opossums are not considered harmful to humans until confronted, their presence and droppings in your home will emit a foul odor and may transmit disease and contaminants. As soon as you notice any evidence of a rodent or mammal infestation in your home, contact a professional wildlife removal service. Varment Guard Wildlife Services has been providing professional wildlife identification, removal, restoration, and exclusion services to the Fort Wayne community for over 20 years.

Our professional squirrel exterminators will inspect your home thoroughly for points of entry, evidence of chewed roofing materials, and chewed wood along the roofline, soffits, and eaves. We'll look for nests in your insulation, chewed wood or wires on the inside, and evidence of droppings in your attic. A nasty, decomposing odor will be present if squirrels have perished in the crevices of your home, and we will search for the cause of it as well.

Squirrels in the attic can cause attic insulation to be smashed and destroyed. The energy qualities of attic insulation will be affected once it has been crushed. Insulation failure might lead in a staggering 50% rise in energy bills.

Signs of a Raccoon Infestation

Squirrels are rodents that belong to the rodent family. They can grow to be up to 18 inches long and weigh around a pound. Squirrels do not hibernate during the winter and remain active all year. They eat acorns and nuts that were buried in the autumn during the cold months, but they don't remember where they hid their food, contrary to popular perception. The food they find using their acute sense of smell was most likely hidden by another squirrel. The squirrel can find enough food to survive even if it is covered in snow.

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