Wildlife Control Services in Johnson City
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 East Tennessee
Critter Control provides outstanding wildlife control services in Johnson City, Tennessee, and the surrounding areas in Eastern Tennessee. Our wildlife experts are dedicated to the safe and humane removal of all nuisance animals from residential and commercial properties in the area, including squirrels, bats, raccoons, and more. Our licensed professionals are trained in the most advanced removal and exclusion techniques in the industry as well as damage repair.
We understand the urgency and danger that these animals pose to the residents and businesses of East Tennessee, and our top priority is always the safety of our customers. With more than 30 years of experience, we’re able to accurately assess the infestation problem and act in accordance with our high standards of service. If you have a wildlife problem in the Johnson City area, contact our experts at Critter Control as soon as possible.
Q&A with Critter Control of East Tennessee
What are some of the most common wildlife issues that homeowners face in your area?
- East Tennessee residents commonly face issues related to bats, raccoons, and squirrels in the attics of their homes, often causing damage to the homes and structures. Snakes, skunks, mice, and rats can also be a nuisance to homeowners in the area. Squirrels, rats, and mice often cause major damage once in a home including gnawing on wiring and damaging appliances.
How do the seasons affect wildlife activity in your area?
- Colder temperatures in the region will drive wildlife indoors to seek shelter. Attics are common for wildlife to enter the home and create a dwelling. Above-average rainfall can affect wildlife activity in East Tennessee.
What are some common signs of nuisance wildlife activity?
- Nuisance wildlife common to the East Tennessee region are opossums, skunks, rats, moles, and chipmunks. Some of the most common signs that a homeowner will notice are tracks in the yard, animals on the roof, noises, and tunnels in the yard.
Any prevention tips for residents in your area?
Some helpful tips for homeowners to keep their home secure from wildlife intrusion:
- Check gutters, and make sure they are free of leaves and debris.
- All ground vents and gable vents should be sealed and checked regularly.
- Holes and cracks in the foundation of the home should be addressed immediately.
When should homeowners call Critter Control?
Call our professional consultant if you have any of the following:
- Noises in the attics or walls of the home
- Offensive odor
- Tracks in the yard
- Visible tunneling
- Animals on top of the roof
- Animal Feces/Droppings
Wildlife Problems in Johnson City and East Tennessee
Johnson City, TN, has mild weather that allows wildlife to thrive as urban expansion causes viable habitats to shrink. As a result, pests such as squirrels, snakes, and coyotes enter residential areas in search of food and shelter.
Tree squirrels are the most common species of squirrel in the area and typically get indoors through broken shingles or damaged vents. Once inside an attic, a tree squirrel may gnaw on wires and tear up insulation. The pests can also bring in fleas, ticks, and parasites when they den inside homes.
When natural roosting spots become difficult to find, bat colonies may move into attics or outbuildings. These animals can transmit rabies through contact with their blood or saliva. Their teeth are also tiny, so bites often go unnoticed. Johnson City residents should avoid any attempts to handle or capture bats to prevent infection.
Raccoons explore residential areas in Tennessee to find easy meals. Unsecured garbage cans, bird feeders, and pet bowls attract them to yards. These pests can also spread diseases like rabies and canine distemper as well as parasites like raccoon roundworm.
Other Johnson City Nuisance Wildlife
Like raccoons, coyotes and snakes also cause issues for home and business owners in East Tennessee. While snakes can help control rodents in the area, several species including copperheads, cottonmouths, and rattlesnakes are venomous. Be sure to keep your lawn trimmed and clutter-free to discourage these reptiles from using your yard as shelter.
Coyotes hunt mice and rats as well, but when food becomes scarce, they will also prey on outdoor cats. Though generally shy around humans, a coyote pack may fight and injure pet dogs if they view them as a threat or competition for territory.
If you suspect you have a wildlife intrusion on your property, contact our professionals at Critter Control of East Tennessee 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
- 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
- Flying Squirrels
- Ground Squirrels
- House Finches
- Muscovy Duck
- Norway Rats
- Pack Rats
- Roof Rats
- Stinging Insects
- Wild Hogs
- Yellow Jackets
Serving the following locations:
By County: Carter County, Cocke County, Greene County, Hamblen County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Sullivan County, Unicoi County and Washington County
City of Elizabethton
City of Morristown
Highland Ridge of Johnson City
Ridges of Johnson City
Ridgefield of Kingsport
Town of Greeneville
Town of Jonesborough
For Wildlife Control Near You, Call: (423) 948-4124
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by Popes Wildlife & Consulting Service, LLC., dba Critter Control of East Tennessee.