Wild Animal Control Service & Pest Control in Deer Park, IL
Squirrel Control Services
Squirrel Removal From Attics
Nuisance squirrels in an attic present the same problems as mice but just on a larger scale as they can gnaw faster resulting in greater damage. The damage these nuisance animals create in an attic is usually never covered by homeowners insurance given that they are a rodent. Squirrel damage in an attic ranges from gnawed wires to trampling and urination on insulation or exterior holes that allow water to enter creating water damage and mold issues along with other unwanted guest from bugs to bats to enter. Our professional humane squirrel removal company in Deer Park gets to the bottom of pest squirrel problems and stop them with numerous effective squirrel trapping set ups without needing extermination. We offer all services after successful squirrel removal ranging from squirrel odor removal and nesting removal to squirrel exclusion and damage repairs with squirrel proof steel. Squirrels can be a real pain especially when they have 2 litters of young per year. If you are having issues with nuisance squirrels in your attic don’t hesitate to call us for a consultation. We offer squirrel control packages as well for large colonies.
Skunk Removal & Control
Humane Nuisance Skunk Trapping
Damage Prevention From Lawn Grubbing Skunks
We remove skunks in Deer Park frequently but can honestly say we love skunks, they are cute, docile animals when dealt with correctly are surprisingly very smart with a reputation for being smarter and a better pet then a house cat. If it were legal in Illinois we might even have a few…however we would never want one living under our deck or stoop so we know just how you feel when you want to get rid of a pest skunk on your property. Believe it or not we have had several clients call the gas company or fire department before calling us for skunk trapping services because they thought the sulfur in the skunk essence was a gas leak. The sulfur in skunk spray is what temporarily blinds animals threatening the skunks life. We offer professional skunk odor removal for skunk spray that is just unbearable which is usually best done after skunk trapping is performed. There is a special process for skunk control that always starts with humane skunk trapping because nothing can be done effectively with a live skunk spraying. Unfortunately we do encounter dead skunks from poisoning or natural causes usually disease. When we have a dead skunk under a deck of concrete stoop we try and remove it as soon as possible as the smell will last for periods of 6+ months very strongly. This is best accomplished by digging till the carcass can be found and removed, a very long process. If you’re looking for professional skunk control to eradicate nuisance animals by humane trapping give us a call today for a phone consultation for skunk removal or skunk odor removal.
Humane Raccoon Trapping & Control
Raccoon Baby Removal & Eviction Services
Nuisance raccoons in an attic present two huge issues. Attic insulation damage causing a big rise in heating & cooling bills and the parasite ridden feces filled with raccoon roundworm eggs. Raccoons establish community latrines sites where they repeatedly deposit fresh feces. Raccoon feces can carry millions of roundworm eggs that lay dormant for years and can infect domestic cats and dogs, so raccoon removal is very important Raccoons are powerful animals and to be quite honest, almost every home is at risk of raccoons entering the attic because of their agility and power. Nuisance raccoons chew through roof shingles and wood, boar through soffits, tear down siding and fascia boards and pop open attic fans & vents to get inside an attic. Our raccoon removal company in Deer Park, IL tackles all types of pest raccoon control situations with various types of traps and raccoon exclusion, custom fabricated out of steel to insure once we get rid of raccoons they are gone for good. If you have a raccoon that has broken into your attic you are in luck about one thing, homeowners insurance usually covers the damage they do and takes care of the damaged insulation ruined by the raccoons walking and trampling around. Attic re-insulation due to raccoon damage is best done once the problem raccoons are removed and the raccoon entry points are sealed up professionally. We guarantee all of our raccoon proofing for quality of materials and workmanship. If you have a raccoon in your attic that you need to get rid of, call us today. We will send out a technician to get your humane raccoon trapping process started as well as an agent to estimate damage and work directly with your homeowners insurance on attic restoration.
Use This Homemade Garlic Oil Recipe to Repel Raccoons
Working As a Wildlife Control Technician
Raccoons can start to become a real nuisance this time of year. The weather is nicer and the nightly temperatures are higher, making the spring and summer season prime time for raccoon activity. If you live near wooded or forested areas, or in an area that is known for nuisance raccoon interference, it is wise to do everything you can in order to protect your property from raccoon infestation and damage. This includes removing all food and water sources from the exterior of your home, keeping trash cans locked up and latched, sealing up vulnerable entry points in your roof and siding, and implementing non-harmful strategies to scare raccoons away.
The most effective methods for scaring raccoons away involve safe and humane solutions like automatic lighting, ultrasonic sound machines, and of course, repellants. It is not recommended to purchase store-bought wildlife repellants because they may contain hazardous chemicals that can be dangerous for raccoons, pets, people, and plants. Instead, make your own raccoon repellant right from the comfort of your very own kitchen. Continue reading to learn a wonderful and effective raccoon repellent recipe that calls for organic ingredients like garlic and mineral oil.
Put on your protective gloves (and eyewear if you have it) and spray the perimeter of your property with the solution. Also spray areas where you have actually seen raccoons. Avoid common areas and areas where your pets play. The cayenne pepper can irritate their eyes and nose.
Note: Before spraying the perimeter of your property, be sure to test a small area of grass and plants to make sure your solution is not harmful.
Re-apply the solution every 4 days, and after heavy rain. Keep the garlic mixture refrigerated for higher potency.
Controlling Squirrels - Removing Squirrels From Your Attic Permanently
Working As a Wildlife Control Technician
It's Coming Into Baby Season For Raccoons
If you are looking for a bat exterminator, you are likely seeking the wrong type of person. When you have bugs, mice or other small pests, an exterminator might be a dream come true. However, if you have a bat problem, you should instead be looking for a wildlife specialist or professional company that offers bat removal and exclusion instead of extermination. Even conservationists will tell you that killing bats is not an effective solution. Poisoning bats with pesticides is illegal, and there is no need to kill bats just to get them out of your home.
With the right removal plan in place, you can easily get bats out of your home and keep them out, for good. However, this is not something that you should attempt on your own. Of course, if you are here looking for a bat exterminator, the chances are that you've already decided not to give it a try. Take the time to check out different wildlife companies and find a service that is able to give you the bat removal options that you need. You shouldn't focus too much on the price of the services, either. Sure, it should be affordable, but you really can't avoid getting bats removed from your home just because it's expensive. You need to take this seriously and protect your family by getting rid of bats as soon as you can.
Professional companies will usually have a specific process that they go through once they arrive in your home. They will do an inspection of your attic, as well as an inspection of the exterior of your home to figure out where the bats are coming in. Since bats sleep during the day, you should never go up into your attic to check for bats until nighttime. Wait until you hear quiet and it is dark outside, and the odds are better that they are out feeding. You can then go up and look for guano, but be careful in case any have stayed behind.
Bat exterminator companies can be found in some places, but they really aren't the best solution to anyone's bat problems. It is much better for you to find someone to remove and release the bats than to find someone that will kill them. Once you seal up your home and let bats know that they aren't welcome, you shouldn't have a problem with them trying to come back.