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What is Wildlife Exclusion?

Wildlife Exclusion is the practice of prevention, this may include multiple techniques, including sealing up entry points and habitat modification.

Habitat changes would include limiting food and water sources, or reducing harborage or shelter areas.

Not all wildlife should be treated equal, so it is important to rely on a local wildlife expert with industry expertise.

Steps would be taken to find the point of entry and determine the best, most effective removal methods and then the proper exclusion.

Wildlife experts will know the place to look and the questions to ask homeowners to determine best wildlife removal and exclusion methods.

Protecting Your Home Against Nuisance Wildlife

The change of seasons in many areas brings with it cooler temperatures, increased precipitation, rodents and nuisance wildlife seeking refuge. They can end up finding shelter in your home if there are access points that make it easy for them to find their way in. If sharing your home with various wild animals is not appealing to you, then now is the time to begin taking steps to ensure that the only ones staying warm and dry in your home this winter is your family.

Rodents and other unwanted pests in your home are more than just annoying. They can wreak havoc, damaging your property and even posing significant health risks.

Rodents like rats and squirrels can gnaw through wires which can cause fires, destroying insulation. They can also carry diseases like hantavirus and salmonella. Rodents that invade your home can also introduce infestations into your homes such as mites, fleas, or ticks, not to mention the rodent droppings and urine stains and smells associated with them both.

A good plan of action to protect your home involves securing it inside and out. Take these steps to keep your home free of unwanted pests.

Keep areas that are normally damp, like crawl spaces, attics, and basements, dry and well ventilated. Many types of pests are drawn to moist environments.

Keep your gutters clean, well maintained, and working properly.

Find all cracks and crevices both inside and outside of your home. Seal them with caulk so pests can’t get through. Look closely at areas where pipes enter your home and seal even the tiniest of spaces. Mice are great jumpers and can squeeze through impossibly tiny openings. They can fit through a dime-sized hole so seal them all.

Place screens over chimney openings, attic vents, and other areas in your home that provide open access to the outdoors.

Keep plants, ivy, and grasses that may be against your home well weeded and sparse. Do the same for shrubbery and trees. Heavy foliage that is near your home provides a hiding place for pests, giving them plenty of covers to search for access to your home.

Any loose weather stripping or loose mortar should be replaced as soon as possible.

We can help you by doing an inspection of your home and assist you in securing any access points. Because we know our pests, we can look for areas of entry that you may not think to check, make suggestions of removing harborage areas, and help you set up long-term solutions to keep your home and property rodent and wildlife free. This is the best way to protect your home and property against a pest infestation. At FullScope Pest Control, we are trained to identify areas that could pose a problem and help you keep the pests out. In the event that you do have an infestation, we are here to help and will take care of the problem and so that you can return to living a rodent free life.

The experts at FullScope Pest Control are experienced and fully certified in nuisance wildlife removal. Our specialized service targets vermin like squirrels, bats, and raccoons, removing them from your home and taking steps to ensure they don’t return. We stand behind our work with a removal guarantee.

We will rid your home of unwanted wildlife, including:

  • Squirrels
  • Opossums
  • Moles
  • Skunks
  • Groundhogs
  • Bats
  • Raccoons
  • Nuisance birds
  • Mice & Rats

We will begin by inspecting your home inside and out to find every possible point of access, including the crawlspace, attic, and roof. Then we will assess the impact that the animals have on your home and property, including the level of infestation if there is one. From there, we will create a customized service plan that addresses removal and secures your home from unwanted access by the animals.

Our customized treatment plan may include baiting, live traps and relocation, traditional traps, and other wildlife removal tools to make sure that nuisance animals are evicted – and stay that way. Trust your Nuisance Animal Control to FullScope Pest Control.

How Some Cities have found Creative Ways to Manage Nuisance Wildlife

Nuisance wildlife and rodents are a problem everywhere. It seems no area is immune. However, some cities, like these three, are taking creative approaches to manage their rodent and wildlife problems.

Ellensburg, WA

Beavers are quite troublesome to landowners in this town and the surrounding areas. They are usually trapped or killed in an effort by property owners to protect their land. However, a recent article in the Miami Herald tells a different story. The Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group has started a project in Washington State as well as other areas in the west that actually uses beavers to help restore rivers. They are channeling the power that many consider destructive and directing it to something that is beneficial.

Tampa Bay, FL

Feral cats are a problem in many areas. As laws are getting tougher on animals being allowed to run free and prohibiting people from feeding wild animals, nothing is being done to reduce the feral cat population – until now. Programs are popping up throughout the nation, including this one in Tampa Bay. According to an article in the Tampa Bay Times, animal welfare groups and county commissioners are working together to find a better way to control the feral cat communities in the area. What is being proposed is a program that would trap the cats, sterilize them so they cannot reproduce, vaccinate them, and return them to their colony. It is a humane way of culling the population.

Atlantic City, NJ

Canadian geese are a real problem in several counties in New Jersey. They have become a real nuisance; the local schools, golf clubs, shopping centers, and other areas are overrun with the unwelcome critters. An article in Press of Atlantic City, though, shows how one company is humanely ridding the areas of the geese – without harming a single feather. Geese Chasers South Jersey employs border collies to chase and generally harass the geese until they leave the area in search of a quieter, dog-free spot.

Source

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/article2543340.html, https://www.tampabay.com/news/localgovernment/feral-cat-problem-to-be-targeted-by-pinellas-pilot-program/2201418, https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/have-a-canada-geese-problem-border-collies-could-be-answer/article_4c5938f0-4047-11e4-82d4-2b914f9e6bd1.html

 

Whether you have rats, or bats, in the attic or crawl space, calling on a professional in the wildlife industry is your best option. Simple steps can prevent extensive damage, cost and even health risk.

Exclusion treatments help prevent animal entry, so you do not have to deal with these issues down the road.

Wildlife Exclusion Services

Call FullScope Pest Control for your Local Wildlife Proofing and Exclusion needs.

Fastest response time, easy quotes and professional, knowledgeable team.

How much does it cost to remove animals from attic?

Wildlife removal from an attic can has different levels of cost, starting somewhere around $150.00 up to $450.00 depending on the severity and difficulty of the trapping. The best option is to call for an estimate of quote, simply call or request quote and the technician will be able to listen to your specific situation and give you a rough number on the cost.

Because wildlife control is a more specialized type of pest control service and requires a deeper knowledge of the behavior of the wildlife, such as squirrels, rats and racoons, if will cost a little more.

Trapping on the exterior of a home or garage is easier than having to trap animals that have taken up residence inside your attic or crawl space. You want a company that is professional and responsive to your needs. Quick response time is also important when you are looking for service provider in your area for wildlife control.

But in the end doing nothing will cost you more than the actual wildlife removal service. Because of the possible damage to electrical wiring, insulation and also health risk, waiting should not be an option.

We would always recommend after the wild life animal is removed that we provide some exclusion work to prevent this from happening again. Prevention is always the best policy.

How much does it cost to remove a squirrel?

Rodent Exclusion

When you figure out you have a squirrel in your attic or crawl space, you might be thinking about how much it will cost for someone to remove the squirrel.

Good questions, most of the time you should expect anywhere from $225.00 to possibly upwards of $600.00. The cost depends on the severity of the squirrel infestation and also the type of structure.

Most professional pest control companies that are licensed and bonded, will also provide wildlife exclusion to prevent any re-entry of the home of business. This includes sealing up the openings, suggestions on structural repairs and recommendations of vegetation removal.

Cost will also be determine by the expected number of return visits and the cleanup process needed to sanitize the infected area from animal feces and nesting materials.

You will want someone who is knowledgeable, professional and respectful of your time. The easiest way to get a more accurate cost on squirrel remove is to contact the service provider and speak directly with a professional pest expert, then can give you an estimate over the phone.

Having all the facts and information, will help the wildlife expert proceed with the most effective animal trapping method.

You can call us today for an estimate or quickly fill out the service quote at the top of the page.

What is wildlife control?

Wildlife control is basically the baiting, trapping and exclusion methods to keep unwanted guest out of your home or building. Certain seasons a home becomes the target of wildlife, whether they are looking for shelter from colder temperatures or a place to start their family. Rats, mice, squirrels, raccoons, opossums can wreck you attic and crawl spaces and even cause health issues.
Rodents and other animals are very skilled in gaining accesses to our homes and garages. With an endless array of food sources in neighborhoods, whether it is pet food, bird food, or stored items, we give them every reason to stick around.

Suburban life also lends quite well to these invading animals. So if you are located in the Kingwood, New Caney, Texas areas there is not time like the present to call for your wildlife pest control estimate.  We live in your neighborhood and we are near to you quickly respond when the need arises.

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