Animal In Attic Removal North Carolina
Popular services in North Carolina include:
- Animal Capture & Removal
- Animal In Attic Removal
- Exclusion Barriers
- Damage Repairs
- Property Services
- Noises In Walls or Attic
- Odor Control
- Dead Animal Removal
- Lawn & Turf Pests
- Attic Decontamination
The most common problems we find in the North Carolina area are:
Mainly these are not a threat to us but a nuisance, although yes rabies can be an issue with some of these animals. Amongst the wildlife we also have commensal rodents who live in our North Carolina homes and properties as well and you may or may not have noticed them. A few of our uninvited guests are:
- The common House mouse
- The Deer mouse
- Roof rats
- Norway rats
Raccoon Poop in North Carolina
Raccoons are usually found in wooded areas near lakes, streams, and rivers, but since they are so adaptable, they often make their homes in urban and suburban areas just as easily. Now what do raccoons eat? Well… Raccoons are omnivores; so they like to eat fruits, berries, nuts, acorns, corn, and grains, crayfish, clams, fish frogs, snails, insects, rabbits, muskrats, and eggs. When these are not available, they’ll scavenge in garbage cans and compost piles, eat pet foods, etc. Raccoons are not picky eaters.
Some other raccoon facts include: raccoons find backyards, alleys, and neighborhoods very enticing because they offer food and shelter with little effort on the raccoons’ part. Suburban raccoon populations can quickly become very large because of the accessibility of food and shelter.
Skunk Under House in North Carolina
Of the many species of wildlife that can be a nuisance to North Carolina area homeowners, none can cause problems quite like a skunk. Skunks are small mammals that often take up residence around homes by burrowing under decks and porches and they have a habit of digging up yards in search of insects for food. They also spray a foul odor to mark their territory or to protect themselves when they feel threatened by people or other animals and pets. Removing a skunk can be tricky to do without getting sprayed and it is usually best if handled by wildlife control experts who specialize in live trapping. However, homeowners should be aware of how to prevent skunk invasions and what to do if an invasion should occur.
Groundhog Pest Control in North Carolina
One way to remove groundhogs is not toxic is to use a safe trap. Groundhogs are intelligent animals so you will have to be tolerant until you can catch them. Once you catch one you can either relocate them yourself or have an animal control office do so. Start out leaving it unset and open with a little amount of vegetation in it so they can get use to a safe meal Several days later you can set the trap to catch the groundhog for relocation.
Fox Wildlife Removal in North Carolina
In North Carolina, there are two types of fox, the Gray Fox and the Red Fox. We service many calls about these guys hanging out in people's yards. Most times people are afraid of them, but for the most part they are harmless. This does not mean you should try to get near them, they are a wild animal and any mammal can have rabies, plus, it is in any animal’s nature to protect themselves if they feel threatened. They are curious and want our food. These guys are on the rabies list and are known to get mange. This is noted by hair loss of the tail and body. The Gray fox is a salt-pepper gray with rustic yellow on the sides of the neck, back of the ears, legs and feet. The tail is bushy with a black tip. These sly fellas vary in size, somewhere about 32-45 inches in length from nose to the tip of the tail and weigh between 7 and 15 lbs, they mate from around mid-January to early February and the gestation period is 51-53 days, and the pups are born from March through April and have 3-9 pups.
Squirrel Removal in North Carolina
One thing you do need to do is figure out what type of squirrel you are trying to get rid of. Once you've done that, here are a few steps for keeping them out:
- Moth Balls
- Squirrel Evictor (high intensity strobe light annoys their sensitive eyes, and disrupts their living cycle.)
- Removal of Diet Source such as birdseed.
- Gutter Guards
- Live Traps
- Keep Tree Branches Trimmed Away From Home
- Remove Stacked Wood Piles
- Repair Cracks for Them to Get Into
Bat Exclusion in North Carolina
There are many signs that point towards a bat infestation. If you hear squeaking and scratching noises in the night, coming from within your home, then this could mean you have bats somewhere on your property. The most common way bat colonies are discovered in residential homes is simply by spotting them. Bats are nocturnal and come out at night to feed on insects. They are hard to miss when flying from their roosts.
Snake Pest Control North Carolina
There's a reason you have snakes on your property or in your house. Your property is in North Carolina which has snakes (that includes most areas), and your property has features that are attractive to snakes. Most commonly, this means that your property is full of debris that attracts snakes. Snakes like a safe place to live and hunt and hide, and places to crawl in. So vegetation is a big snake attractor. So you can, if you wish, eliminate or trim back heavy vegetation. But more than that, if you have any rocks, sidewalk, plywood, a shed, or anything else that snakes can crawl under and den in, then you've REALLY got some attractive snake habitat. Eliminate all of these areas. Fill in gaps under rocks with dirt. Install an exclusion barrier, like a steel screen, around your shed or deck. Get rid of plywood or bricks or other debris. You can also install a fine-mesh fence sloping outward at a 30 degree angle, or tall solid fence around the perimeter of your property. If you've got snakes in your house, find out how they are getting in via a full inspection of the house.
Vole Extermination Cost North Carolina
A good fraction of individuals are aware that moles typically dig extensive networks of tunnels underground as their primary means of getting from one place to another. But what they may not know is that these subterranean tunnels also double as food traps and storage larders, where the food consists primarily of earthworms that have been paralyzed as a result of a special toxin found in their saliva. It has been said that once an earthworm falls into one of these tunnels, the mole almost instantly senses it and moves in to immobilize it. Consequently, these tunnels may even contain hundreds of unfortunate earthworms just waiting to be consumed. The large volume of food they consume each day is necessary to offset the considerable amount of energy they expend burrowing through the soil. Aside from earthworms, moles also eat grubs, ants, as well as other bugs and their larvae.
Bird Pest Control North Carolina
Everywhere you look, there are birds. They are roosting on your house, in your garage, in and around your gutters, around your apartment windows, they are just everywhere. What kind of bird pest control can you use for your situation? Whether you live in an apartment, house or in the country, there are products you can use. What kind of product are you looking for? Do you worry about other animals? Do you worry about other people in and around your home?
Pigeon Infestation North Carolina
These solutions include, first, those that sought prevent access from North Carolina pigeons to protect places of interest. And mesh networks are often very effective around specific areas or covering the gaps through which the birds enter buildings. Its main disadvantage is that trap leaves, pollen and other materials and can become a heap of dirt. As a complement, can be used spikes, which prevent the birds from alighting on specific points, but ultimately also accumulate dirt and nesting birds can reach him. Steel cables also prevent the birds are landing, but it loosens with time and lose effectiveness.
Mice In Attic North Carolina
Roof Rat The Roof Rat also known as the black rat or ship rat are very common is the U.S., the were known to come to the U.S. off the ships that arrived in the states yrs ago from other parts of the world. The Roof rat commonly nest above ground, in trees, attics,or along fence lines in debris. These rats tend to enter the roofs of residential and commercial buildings from power lines, phones lines, cabling of some sort.