Wildlife Control Services in Hamilton County
Wild Animal Removal
Safe, humane removal of nuisance animals and pests from your home or property.
Animal Infestation Prevention
Reliable prevention from future animal intrusions in your home.
Professional and permanent repairs to entry points, insulation, and damage from animal urine or feces.
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Critter Control of Hamilton County
Critter Control provides professional wildlife control services in Hamilton County, Indiana. Our staff of professionals is dedicated to wildlife control excellence, which means the safe and humane removal of all nuisance wildlife from residential and commercial property in Hamilton County. We also serve the cities of Carmel and Noblesville.
With more than 30 years of experience in handling wild animals, we understand the urgency and danger that they pose to the residents and businesses of Hamilton County. Our priority is the safety of our customers. Our team is capable of accurately assessing the intrusion and acting in accordance with our high standards of service. If you have a wildlife problem in the Hamilton County area, contact our experts at Critter Control as soon as possible.
Q&A with Critter Control of Hamilton County
What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?
Pine, fox, flying squirrels, raccoons, bats, birds (woodpeckers), mice, moles/voles/shrews, chipmunks, groundhogs, opossums, and muskrats.
How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in your area?
All seasons are active in variable ways. Winter tends to bring more mice inside, and we see increased raccoon calls in the winter/spring as they mate and raise their young. Bats, birds, moles, and chipmunks run rampant spring through fall. Muskrats and all species of squirrels are consistently busy and destructive here year-round.
Any prevention tips for residents in your area?
Call us early to inspect and seal up your home before an issue arises. Cut back trees from siding/gutters to reduce access to the roof. Rodent baiting/monitoring programs. Pest control applications, at least quarterly.
Do NOT feed feral cats or wildlife around your home, unless you expect them to be a regular guest! Call the experts! Don't frustrate or endanger yourself by trying to take care of wildlife concerns on your own.
When should homeowners call Critter Control?
Any time! When purchasing/building a new home, have us come inspect to identify potential entry points before an issue arises.
Already there? Call us as soon as you start hearing noises or suspect unwanted guests. Annually, have us inspect for any new weak spots.
Wildlife Problems in Hamilton County, IN
Mild spring and autumn weather in Hamilton County attracts a variety of pests. Though people can coexist with most wildlife, some animals damage lawns, homes, business, or even endanger residents. Local homeowners may spot anything from tiny, digging mammals to large predators.
Raccoons are among the most common pests in Hamilton County. They easily adapt to suburban and urban environments and are capable of damaging homes and businesses. During winter months, they look for access to roofs and attics for protection from harsh weather. Not only can raccoons cause property damage, they also are known carriers of rabies. They spread the disease through bites and scratches, so it’s important to never approach a raccoon, which will act aggressively if cornered or threatened.
Bats roosting in Hamilton County homes leave behind large piles of feces that can cause permanent property damage and even disease. Colonies can be found in attics or chimneys. These nocturnal creatures, capable of transmitting rabies through their saliva, will fly into living spaces if not properly secured or professionally handled.
These pests move into Hamilton County homes through holes in roofs and soffits. Once inside, squirrels often chew on wiring, wood, and insulation, which can increase the risk of a house fire. Gnawing and scratching sounds during the day are likely the result of a squirrel intrusion.
While they won't enter homes like raccoons, moles are still a serious problem in Hamilton County. These pests favor yards with loose soil and gardens, as this makes burrowing easier. Moles leave behind mounds and ridges of dirt in lawns that can break mowers and pose a tripping hazard.
If you suspect you have a wildlife intrusion on your residential or commercial property, contact our professionals at Critter Control of Hamilton County today!
COMMON WILDLIFE ISSUES IN THIS LOCATION
- Animal Damage
- Animal Droppings
- Animal Noises
- Animal Odor Removal
- Animal Tracks in Yard
- Animals on the Roof
- Animals Under Homes & Porches
- Bats in Homes
- Bats in the Attic
- Bee Removal
- Carcass Removal from Homes
- Chimney Repairs
- Chipmunk Removal
- Dead Animal Removal
- Gopher Removal
- Humane Animal Trapping
- Mice in Walls & Attics
- Pack Rat Removal
- Raccoon Trapping
- Raccoons in Attic
- Rats in Walls & Attics
- Seal Animal Entry Points in Homes
- Snake Removal
- Squirrel Trapping
- Squirrels in Attics
- Squirrels in Homes
- Venomous Snake Removal
- Woodpecker Removal
- House Finches
- Norway Rats
- Pack Rats
- Prairie Dog
- Roof Rats
- Wild Hogs
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By County: Hamilton and Tipton Counties
Really good, honest group of people. Would highly recommend their folks. The work was quality and priced fair (we got 3 bids to confirm). Above all, when up on the ladders, they adjusted the work to only reflect what was actually needed instead of doing the entire roofline... they could have charged us the whole estimate and we would have never known. Good, honest work from honest hardworking folks who took time to care about the quality of their trade.
For Wildlife Control Near You, Call: (317) 953-2523
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by Dinkerton, LLC, dba Critter Control of Hamilton County.