Woodpeckers Drumming You Crazy?

Drumming noises? Holes in your wood siding? Woodpeckers pecking and damaging your house? These sounds and damage may well be due to woodpeckers.


Woodpecker damage
to wooden buildings may take one of several forms. Holes may be drilled into wood siding, eaves, window frames and trim boards.

Woodpeckers prefer cedar and redwood siding, but will damage pine, fir, cypress, and others when the choices are limited. Natural or stained wood surfaces are preferred over painted wood, and newer houses in an area are often primary targets.

Even though woodpeckers are classified as migratory, nongame birds and are protected by the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the Critter Control specialist can help to prevent the damage they cause with drumming on your home or business.

For those who have other bird nuisance problems, bird removal encompasses more than just relating troublesome birds in the area. It includes bird relocation, fixing damage to structures (such as repairing soffit) and preventing birds from returning. Relocating birds can be a challenge since they can quickly fly away. A bird removal specialist from the Critter Control will know how to remove certain types of birds. This may include moving their food sources and moving nests. A bird removal expert will also repair any damage and modify structures to prevent birds from entering in the future.

Through our use of ecologically responsible wildlife control services, with both residential and commercial wildlife control, Critter Control helps to solve a vast array of wildlife control problems for several animals. We offer wildlife control services including wildlife control, wildlife damage control, wildlife prevention control, and wildlife control management.

1-800-CRITTER for help with any type of wildlife nuisance problem.

 

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