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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Wildlife Removal Q&A with Critter Control of Omaha
What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?
Raccoons, woodchucks, opossums, bats, moles, mice, and birds.
What are some common signs of nuisance wildlife activity?
Look/listen for the following clues; Chewing, scratching, squeaking, chirping, mounds of dirt in the yard, and holes in the siding, soffit, or roof. Also, keep an eye out for footprints and animal feces.
When should homeowners call Critter Control?
Homeowners should call at the first sign of any of the common signs above.
WIldlife Problems in Omaha, NE
A climate with extreme hot and cold temperatures makes Omaha, NE, susceptible to storms, tornadoes, and other severe weather throughout the year. Such conditions often drive wildlife like raccoons, bats, and squirrels indoors. Once inside, the pests create issues for residents.
While most bat species prefer to roost outdoors, they are known to roost in Omaha homes. One of the first signs of a bat problem is feces, which can cause odors, stains, and dangerous mold growth. If inhaled, the tiny spores of mold can cause serious illness.
In Omaha neighborhoods, raccoons make their dens in attics and crawl spaces. The pests frequently move indoors by tearing apart roofing, soffits, and vents or taking advantage of gaps in foundations. Raccoons will act aggressively if cornered or threatened.
Squirrels are excellent climbers, which gives them easy access to roofs. They’re also capable of enlarging a hole to climb through by chewing. Squirrels can cause significant damage to homes in the form of shredded insulation and electrical wiring, which can cause house fires.
If you suspect you have a wildlife intrusion on your residential or commercial property, contact our professionals at Critter Control of Omaha today!
Critter Control of Omaha
Critter Control provides premium wildlife control services in Omaha, Nebraska. We're dedicated to the safe and humane removal of all nuisance animals from residential and commercial property in the Omaha community. Our licensed specialists are highly trained in the most advanced techniques in the industry, including the removal of squirrels, bats, raccoons, and more. We also specialize in animal exclusion and damage repair.
With more than 30 years of experience in handling wild animals, we understand the urgency and danger that wild animals pose to the residents and businesses of Omaha. Our first priority is to protect our customers. If you have a wildlife problem in the Des Moines area, contact our experts at Critter Control as soon as possible.
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
- Carcass Removal from Homes
- Chimney Repairs
- Dead Animal Removal
- Humane Animal Trapping
- Mice in Walls & Attics
- Raccoon Trapping
- Raccoons in Attic
- Rats in Walls & Attics
- Seal Animal Entry Points in Homes
- Skunk Control
- Skunk Trapping
- Skunks Under Heating Units
- Squirrel Trapping
- Squirrels in Attics
- Squirrels in Homes
- Venomous Snake Removal
- Chimney Swifts
- Deer Mouse
- Ground Squirrels
- House Finches
- Norway Rats
- Stinging Insects
- Yellow Jackets
Serving the following locations in Nebraska:
By County:Cass, Douglas, Fremont, Mills, Pottawattamie, Sarpy, Saunders and Washington Counties
- Anderson, IA
Cedar Creek, NE
Council Bluffs, IA
Honey Creek, IA
Pacific Junction, IA
Silver City, IA
Weeping Water, NE
For Wildlife & Pest Control Near You, Call: (402) 339-2653
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by Ship Enterprises, Inc., dba Critter Control of Omaha.