Dedicated to animal pest control excellence, our staff of professionals at Critter Control includes biologists, zoologists, and animal control officers. Our highly qualified animal control teams can handle nearly any wildlife control issue in Austin, with the help of our unique accumulation of expert knowledge. From risky alligator removal to basic bird control, we conduct each job under the highest of humane animal-handling standards. Servicing the greater Austin area.
Local Manager: Matthew Pankus
Austin Wildlife Pressure:
Various native and invasive wildlife pests wreak havoc in Austin, TX. For instance, nutria are found around the city's wetland areas where they feed on aquatic vegetation, multiply quickly, and invade private gardens when their natural food sources dwindle. Coyotes are also a major problem. They annoy ranchers and farmers by decimating populations of livestock. Finally, feral pig populations continue to rise in Austin and throughout Texas. These pests uproot vegetation and trample fields when searching for food.
Austin, TX, has a humid subtropical climate that allows populations of venomous and non-venomous snakes to thrive. These pests like to hang out in the overgrown grass of lawns and inside basements. Though non-venomous species don't do much harm to the structural integrity of homes or spread diseases, they do frighten people with their presence. Venomous snakes, on the other hand, can be deadly and bite people who unknowingly get too close. Armadillos are also common in and around the Texas city and damage lawns by digging cone-shaped holes in search of food. These pests are known carriers of leprosy.
Bat Removal in Austin
Home to millions of Mexican free-tailed bats, Austin is a city that understands both the benefits and risks these animals pose to people. While they help to control disease-causing mosquitoes, bats can also transmit illnesses to humans, including rabies and histoplasmosis. Contact Critter Control for humane removal of bats in Austin yards and homes.
Raccoon Removal in Austin
Accustomed to living near people, raccoons in Austin thrive on garbage and scraps. These clever pests have nimble hands that help them climb over barriers, open trash cans, and enlarge holes in homes to get inside. Since they can carry roundworm, ticks, and other parasites, the safest solution for raccoon removal in Austin is to call Critter Control.
Squirrel Removal in Austin
Calls about fox squirrel and gray squirrel removal in Austin are common for local pest companies. These animals become a nuisance outdoors by eating garden plants and digging in lawns. Inside, the pests rip up insulation for their nests and damage stored items in attics. Talk to a local Critter Control office for hassle-free removal of squirrels in Austin.
"I've been meaning to write you this letter for some time. I wanted to tell you what an amazing employee you have in Rebecca. I've used your service for years and have had several different techs service our account. Rebecca is by far the best tech we've ever worked with. She is very responsive and thorough. She answers all types of questions we have and really knows her stuff. She goes above and beyond what is expected (she even pointed out some areas where our small dogs could get out of our yard that we were not aware of and helped cover the holes). Rebecca also came out on a Saturday early morning to work on sealing up eaves (I think that's what it's called) where wasps were nesting. During several hours of working outside patching things up (on a hot day) she got stung and still finished the job!
She is an absolute asset to your company and we couldn't be happier with her as our service tech. I hope you all know what a gem you have in Rebecca. She is the reason we would never change to another service.
I'm an employment lawyer--I see all kinds of employees and know a good, loyal employee when I meet one. Rebecca represents your company with the utmost professionalism and I hope she receives recognition for her efforts. She has made us loyal customers and I can't say enough good things about her.
Take care of that employee -- she's one in a million!"
-Audrey M. from Austin, TX