Dead Raccoon Removal
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.
We perform dead animal removal, Indiana snake removal, mole trapping, and other services. We can solve almost any nuisance animal problem. We are a private company, not the Fort Wayne Animal Control or Allen County Animal Services, which exclusively handle with domestic animals like dogs and cats. Remember, we are not a pest control or extermination company; instead, we provide Fort Wayne residents with humane wildlife removal.
If raccoons have covered your home or any other part of your property, your insurance policy may cover the damage of removing them, as well as any contaminants (such as urine and feces). If you decide to file a claim, we can work directly with your insurance company to make the process for you.
Raccoon Feces & Urine – Do They Cause Disease?
We start by doing a thorough end-to-end inspection of your home and property to identify any primary and secondary entry points (and potential entrance points that may not be used now but could be used in the future). We also look for raccoon urine and feces in your attic and crawl space.
We give you with a personalized raccoon removal action plan after our thorough inspection. We'll also show you some digital images so you can see what goes on behind the scenes. In addition, we will answer to all of your queries in a straightforward, honest, and transparent manner. Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a bad question!
Squirrels? - Scare Them Away Easily, If You Want To
Varment Guard will be by your way throughout the wildlife removal process. We have the services you need to get rid of raccoons, rodents, and other nuisances quickly, from inspection through removal—and even exclusion and repair. We first identify the animal on the property, then employ humane methods to remove it and seal any weak points that could allow additional to enter. If damage has occurred, we can make the necessary repairs to finish the restoration. Today, get in touch with a Varment Guard office near you.
Common Wildlife Problems in Northeastern Indiana: Wildlife in Fort Wayne can be a nuisance, cause property damage, or represent a public safety risk. The city recommends that you never approach wildlife on your own because some of species, such as skunks, raccoons, and bats, transmit diseases.
Our experts will methodically follow out your personalised action plan after you are completely satisfied with it. In our experience, we avoid using humane live traps wherever possible for a variety of reasons. The first is that other animals, including pets, can be trapped. Second, animals are incredibly intelligent, and many will refuse to be tricked into a live trap (at least not for several days). As a result, we install a cage that captures the animal as it enters or exits your home whenever possible. When it is legal, we remove and relocate the animal.
Some prevention approaches are more effective than others because to animal species' varying intellect and behavior. A target animal can learn to defeat a technique if it is conducted incorrectly. This can result in even more property damage, which is why these techniques should only be performed by expert professionals.
While some wildlife may appear to be small and harmless, it is important to remember that wild animals pose numerous risks. A wildlife encounter can pose a major health risk, from viruses and parasites to painful bites. Call a skilled professional to inspect any wildlife issues to protect yourself and your family.
Steps to Prevent Squirrel Entry in Crawl Space, Basement or Attic
Varment Guard Wildlife Services can give you with a custom quote after doing a thorough inspection of your home. This document will detail our plan and solution for your particular animal problem. We'll show you photographs to show you what's going on in areas you can't see or access, so you can get a sense of what has to be done.
We'll seal up any entry points or build one-way exclusion doors once the animals have left your home. The method of exclusion will be defined by the structure of your home. We don't want to remove a mother from her infant animal, thus the wildlife removal will have to be done at the right time. Baby animals that have been abandoned will most likely die in your attic or chimney.
Our team will remove any droppings and replace tainted insulation once all wildlife has been removed from the premises.
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