Overview

In the southern United States, lizards are somewhat of a nuisance to homeowners and businesses. Although the animals are largely beneficial to humans due to their insectivorous nature, some types of lizards make frequent, unwanted appearances in homes and gardens. The most frequently encountered types of lizards include the common house gecko, Mediterranean house gecko, green and brown anoles, western fence lizards, and, in southern Florida, green iguanas. These lizards typically eat insects, like beetles, ants, grasshoppers, and spiders, though iguanas primarily feed on leaves, flowers, and fruit.

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John Cassidy
1/25/2020
Would highly recommend this company to anyone with critter problems. Brandon was wonderful, very informative and professional! Spent the time to totally inspect the attic and remove the baby raccoon and lured the mom into the trap with the baby that night. Captured the other baby raccoon the next night. Waited another night nothing in the trap, closed & reinforced the entry way thru the soffit on the roof. We can now rest in peace and enjoy our Florida vacation time!! Thanks so much Brandon
Carol Goodin
1/22/2020
Well done! Pleased with work and professional staff. Thank you
Kirsten & Patrick Faherty
1/22/2020
Our new gable vent looks AMAZING! Mike did a super professional job and we're really happy with all the service we've received throughout the process. Thank you!
Alicia Bijani
1/20/2020
Great job is rescuing our cat. Truly appreciate you coming on a Sunday to help us out. Thank you, Mo & Alicia Bijani.
Rob Fix
1/15/2020
Nick and Luke were both outstanding!
Bob Wilkinson
1/15/2020
Everything looks good ... Wilky
Ken Irey
1/15/2020
Arrived early, very courteous, very professional!!!
Gregory Turay
1/15/2020
John was quick, efficient and very pleasant. He made the whole experience painless. I highly recommend Critter Control!
Eric Quisenberry
1/15/2020
Great job
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