How Can I be Sure There is a Dead Animal in my Home?
When an animal enters and dies in your home, it is important that experts remove the carcass as soon as possible. The first thing you will notice when an animal has died in your home is the odor. As the animal decays, the stench becomes more and more unbearable. However, odor is not the only concern when animal carcasses are present in your home. Oftentimes when we remove dead animals, they are covered in maggots, ticks and other creatures, which can bring disease into your home.
There is not a residential animal problem we can’t handle. We know how to get rid of squirrels, and we can get rid of skunks, birds and so much more. Whether you’re looking for mole removal, sparrow trapping, geese control or another service, Critter Control is your best choice in home wildlife control!
Critter Control is the nation’s leading residential wild animal control company. We have more than 30 years of experience in humane animal removal services, including wild animal control, wildlife relocation, dead animal removal, trapping, animal damage repair and more. Our teams want to solve your problems as quickly and effectively as possible while using the most humane practices in the business.
Local animal control companies say this year, more than ever, they are seeing animals like raccoons, squirrels, and skunks are moving from the wild and into your home.
Micah Holmes, from the Department of Wildlife Conservation, says now is the time when the animals are coming out and having babies. All those creepy, crawly, critters like your warm, comfortable attic is the perfect place to nest.
FOX25 spoke to John Tuchek from Critter Control who says, “This year has been crazy. We’ve been inundated with calls.”
Right now Tuchek is working six days a week, and going to four to five appointments a day trying to keep up with the demand for critter removal.
Tuchek says the animals can cause major damage to your attic, things like chewed up wiring, torn apart insulation and they also leave droppings.
Click to read the complete article. If you find the crazy critters are moving in from the wild call 1-800-CRITTER for your local office.
When squirrels invade your home or business, they can cause significant damage. Inside buildings, they tend to chew on wires and destroy insulation in attics and walls. On the outside, they damage siding, gutters and construction gaps by chewing holes for access inside.
The most effective method of squirrel control is trapping them. Critter Control will set traps to catch the squirrels around your home or business. We then monitor every hole to ensure there are no squirrels still coming and going. Once we have removed all squirrels from the building, we will seal the entry points.
If you have been hearing scratching sounds in your home or business, Critter Control can help! Contact your local Critter Control office for professional squirrel control services in today at 1-800-CRITTER.
There are over than 200 squirrel species that live all over the world, with the exception of Australia. No matter where they are, we are getting a lot of calls on squirrel nuisance.
Squirrels have four front teeth that never stop growing, so the gnaw constantly. Females may have several litters a year.
Have they picked your house for theirs?? Are they driving you batty with the gnawing? Critter Control is here to humanly exclude those squirrels and then we can fix how they got in there in the first place. 1-800-CRITTER.
Did you know that Moles are not part of the rodent family? They are relatives of insect eaters like the shrews and hedgehogs. In the search for insects Moles burrow into lawns, meadows and open field areas and build a system of underground tunnels. They mainly feed on earthworms and insect larvae (grubs). Not seen above ground much and a face only their mother could love. Call the specialist at Critter Control for help with any wildlife nuisance problem. 1-800-CRITTER.
Moles are from a different family from that of the rodent. Moles can range anywhere from 5 to 8 inches in length. They can either have brown or gray fur with pink feet, noses and tails. You usually can’t see mole eyes, as their light-sensitive eyes are covered by fur. Moles have broad front feet with special claws for digging tunnels and fleshy noses that they use for the sense of touch.
Voles occupy areas with heavy ground cover, grasses, grass-like plants or litter. Man-made dwellings such as orchards, cultivated fields and windbreaks are favored. The vole is a compact rodent with a stocky body, short legs, and a short tail. They are brown or gray in color, but many color variations exist. Voles are mouse-like in appearance (6″ to 8″ in length) with dense fur, and their tail is less than 3″ long.
Critter Control has trained technicians for any nuisance wildlife removal problem.