Critter Control specializes in wildlife pest control. In order to remove and control nuisance wildlife on your property, our wildlife specialist will perform a thorough inspection to ascertain the severity of the infestation. After the inspection, they will build a custom solution to trap, remove, and seal all entry points. Finally, the technician will remove evidence of the animal for your home.
The technician observes the natural environment to ascertain potential species and investigates your property for signs of wildlife. Typical signs of wildlife include entry sites, animal droppings and urine, foul odors, nests or dens, marks like tracks, claw or smudge.
During an inspection, the technician will determine the severity of the problem, identify the species (if possible) develop a custom strategy to your property to remove the animal, and identify solutions to prevent the issue.
Humane Wildlife Trapping and Removal
Before you can protect your home, the animal must be removed. Based on the inspection, the Wildlife Service Technician will deploy a humane, environmentally safe plan to remove the animal from your property.
Wildlife Prevention and Remediation
Wildlife exclusion services provide a safe and effective way to control wildlife. When done professionally, wildlife exclusion provides immediate and long-term protection. The barriers naturally are chemical free so it is safe to people, animals and the environment.
Animals are creative and resourceful. After removal, an animal might attempt to regain entry to your home. Exclusion techniques should be monitored and occasionally updated.
Raccoons are highly active at night in Wisconsin. While you sleep, they are out scavenging for food. Raccoons eat just about anything, from restaurant scraps and pet food to garden crops and chickens. Their hands resemble human hands and allow them to turn doorknobs, open storage bins, and climb trees, chimneys, and poles.
Raccoons have a permanent mask and banded tail. They would be cute if they weren’t so destructive. They will do what they can to get into parts of your house they see fit to sleep and give birth to pups. If they must rip, tear, or break something to get to that spot, they will. Raccoons make lots of noises, like whimpers, growls, and screams. They leave feces and urine nearby their shelter.
Before trying to remove a raccoon from your home by yourself, remember they can carry diseases, and if threatened, they may bite. Calling nuisance wildlife animal control experts is recommended. Critter Control's three-step process works well for raccoon removal.
Rat and Mice Pest Control
Whether you are having trouble with the house mouse or the Norway rat, getting help from rodent experts will ensure you get rid of the rat or mice problem for good. Rodents multiply quickly, so getting rid of one rodent doesn't mean they are all gone.
Rats and mice in Western Wisconsin are in abundance. There is no lack of food, water, or shelter. If you have a hole they can enter, even a tiny one, they will make their way into your home. They live in attics, walls, and behind furniture. They are active year-round, mostly at night.
Rodents leave trails of poop and pee wherever they go, even on your kitchen counter when trying to steal a leftover crumb. They get into your groceries and will chew fabrics to add to their nests. Outside they can make electrical wires sag, break shingles, and clog vents or chimneys with nesting materials.
We can get rid of your rodent infestation.
One of the most common rodents in Wisconsin is the tree squirrel. These pests frequently take refuge in attics
, breaking in through loose vents or torn window screens. Once indoors, squirrels damage
personal property and gnaw through wiring, which can lead to fire hazards.
You may be surprised to learn the squirrel's den can be inside your home. If you hear scratching, chirping, or scurrying in your ceiling, it may be a squirrel. The noises you hear can indicate the destruction of property. They may be gnawing on wires or boards, ripping insulation, or scratching holes in drywall. You can be sure they are leaving feces and urine that contains toxins.
You must call animal control experts to get rid of squirrels. They carry diseases and will bite if they feel threatened. We have the proper equipment to remove squirrels from your home.
Bats are a danger to Racine residents when they roost inside homes. These animals can transmit rabies to humans through both blood and saliva. Bat teeth are tiny, so bites often go unnoticed. Anyone who awakens to find a bat in their bedroom should seek immediate medical care.
In Western Wisconsin, we have big and little brown bats, silver-haired bats, Northern long-eared bats, Eastern red and pipistrelle bats, and hoary bats. Each of these bats can carry diseases, including rabies. Please never try to remove a bat from your property. Experts have special equipment and supplies to get rid of bats safely and humanely.
Bats are a protected species, especially during maternity season from May to August. Experts at Critter Control use their knowledge of Wisconsin bats to remove them from your property.
Much like raccoons, a skunk
will den beneath porches. When startled by homeowners or pets, skunks attack their target with a foul spray. They damage yards when they search for grubs and they undermine foundations of sheds, porches and patios, when they dig underneath them to create den sites. Critter Control can install barriers to prevent this from occurring. Call your local Critter Control office today!
This franchise is independently licensed and operated by Bauer Family Enterprises, LLC, dba Critter Control of West Central Wisconsin.