Wildlife species thrive in parts of Springfield, MO, where food and shelter are available. This is especially true in populated areas like neighborhoods. It is not unusual for homeowners to find animals living in yards, attics, and garages.
A common nuisance in Springfield, opossums
search backyards for food. They often get into bird feeders or garbage near houses. Another outdoor pest, groundhogs
can scale fencing to reach gardens and ornamentals. Groundhog burrows
also create a tripping hazard in Missouri lawns.
overpopulation is a major problem in and around Springfield. These pests cause issues by eating crops and darting across busy highways in front of cars. When deer overrun neighborhoods, they destroy gardens
. They can also carry deer ticks
, which are a vector for Lyme disease.
Attic Restoration Services
Critter Control offers a complete attic remediation process which includes but is not limited to removal of soiled/compressed insulation, application of deodorizer/disinfectant, replacement of damaged flex AC ducts, and installation of T.A.P. (Thermal Acoustical Pest Control) cellulose insulation.
When raising her young, a female raccoon looks for a warm and protected den site. The animals are good climbers and easily gain access to roofs from nearby trees. In addition to rabies and other diseases, raccoons may carry fleas and ticks that can spread to Missouri residents or their pets.
Rat and Mice Pest Control
are the most common rodents in Missouri. These pests shelter in attics
or basements and contaminate food as well as kitchen surfaces. Rodents nest inside wall voids
and even within large appliances. A rat or mouse will chew through wires, which can result in costly repairs
are a frequent problem in Springfield urban areas since buildings provide the perfect den sites. While entering a structure, squirrels
may tear up shingles or ruin insulation. They also attract predators like coyotes
lose their natural habitat when houses go up in Missouri, so the pests often invade living spaces. They come inside
through small gaps, open windows, or uncapped chimneys
and urine that accumulates under bat roosts can pose health risks for residents.
The Springfield area is home to a thriving urban skunk
population. These animals dig
for insects in lawns and den under porches
and decks. Especially in an enclosed area, a skunk's foul scent
can linger for weeks.
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by Cory Wilson Services LLC, dba Critter Control of Springfield, MO.