Our wildlife removal experts provide a thorough inspection of your property to identify potential entry points for wildlife. This inspection includes roof areas, foundations and other areas that may be difficult to spot openings. In most cases, our team will install a device to allow the animal to exit but not return. Unlike trapping, this eviction process is more cost-effective for our clients and more humane for the animals. We then conduct a follow-up visit to ensure all animals have vacated. We remove the device and repair the entry point to prevent future wildlife entry.
EnviroPest likely can provide all of the services necessary to repair the damage caused by wildlife. EnviroPest offers restoration services, including extensive blockage of entry points (aka structural exclusion), cleaning up waste and disinfecting affected areas, attic cleanup and replacement of insulation.
Bat infestations are treated with eviction, using a device that allows them to leave and not return to a structure. The entry points are then sealed to prevent re-entry. EnviroPest also offers treatment for bat bugs and the removal of bat waste. Our wildlife control pros also specialize in disinfecting and the removal of insulation necessary in extreme cases.
Raccoons can carry rabies and other pathogens. Of the 5,666 wild animal rabies cases reported in the United States in 2010, 36.50% were raccoons. They are very common in urban areas and are constantly searching for new sources of food and shelter. As a result many homeowners have raccoon problems, including raccoons living in attics or under decks. They can cause serious property damage and be quite aggressive when threatened.
Getting rid of raccoons is generally done by evicting them using one-way doors, lights, eviction fluid and other means. In some instances live trapping is required. You should not try to trap and remove raccoons yourself; instead, rely on a professional wildlife removal expert. Trapped animals are humanely euthanized as per Division of Wildlife guidelines. A full plan for removal, damage repair and cleanup is offered during the initial inspection.
Honey Bee Removal
EnviroPest offers a service to remove honey bee hives that have settled within a building or home. Whenever possible, we work with a local bee keeper to ensure the safe removal of the hive and its queen. Our services first address the removal of the honeycomb, which is essential in preventing other pest problems, moisture issues and structural damage. Our technicians then repair the infested portion of the structure and to reduce the likelihood of re-infestations.
EnviroPest does not provide a service for the removal of honey bee swarms, but we provide referrals to specialists who do.
We can address all bird issues in both residential and commercial environments. From pigeons and sparrows to flickers and geese. EnviroPest will recommend exclusion as a first choice to any bird issue. Please note that some birds are protected and certain restrictions in place must be followed.
EnviroPest offers solutions for bird control based on your particular situation and needs. After an inspection, our technician may offer solutions ranging from trapping, deterrents, repellents, eviction and structural repair, and roost prevention techniques including bird spikes and bird netting.