A dangerous or bothersome animal that comes too close for comfort becomes a wildlife control problem. Critter Control provides wildlife animal control services to homeowners, businesses and municipalities. Wildlife damage problems that require professional wild animal control services are increasing throughout the United States. If you are experiencing problems with raccoons in the attic, bats in your chimney, or opossums in walls, call our professional animal trappers.
Rodent droppings and soiled attic insulation can be more than just a nuisance. Many wild animals carry diseases and parasites that can be transmitted to humans. Wild animals left unattended can quickly cause a great deal of damage to your attic, crawlspace and basement resulting in chewed wires, fires, matted and damaged insulation, holes in heating and cooling ducts or other problems. Wildlife control can seem daunting to the average homeowner, but we’re here to help.
Since 1983 the Critter Control concept has called for humane wildlife control and environmentally responsible techniques for taking care of nuisance wild animal problems. We use innovative, integrated methods to provide ecologically sound wildlife control services.
Critter Control’s certified wildlife specialists have the training and experience to quickly identify the wild animal causing the problem. We work with you to develop a plan to trap and remove the nuisance wildlife pest, prevent future animal infestation and repair animal damage. We back it up with our animal exclusion guarantee – “Our Repairs Keep Animals Out!”
Call us for any wild animal control issue at 1-800-CRITTER or visit our Office Finder to find a Critter Control office near you. We have the professional wildlife management solutions you need!
Critter Control handles these and many other wild animals:
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