Exclusion & Habitat Modification
Critter Control uses several methods of habitat modification and exclusion to prevent wildlife from entering your home or property. Wildlife exclusion services provide the full solution to wildlife incursions to your property. Prevention services limit access to food, water, or shelter for the target species.
Animal Exclusion Techniques:
Chimney Caps & Screens
Roof & Fascia Spaces
Oven & Bathroom Exhaust Vents
Holes in Siding
Porch & Deck
Trees & Landscaping
The Wildlife Exclusion Solution
The professionals at Critter Control have the experience and training to quickly identify the offending animal and develop an effective plan of defense. Critter Control will find every point of entry, implement our prevention strategies, and eliminate recurring wildlife invasions in your home or property. Call Critter Control today for effective wildlife prevention.
Because of the varied intelligence and behavior of animal species, some prevention techniques are more effective than others. If a technique is improperly executed, the target animal can learn to defeat it. This can cause even more damage to your property, which is why these techniques require experienced professionals.
While some wildlife appear small and harmless, it is important to remember there are many dangers associated with wild animals. From diseases and parasites to painful bites, a wildlife encounter can become a serious health risk. To protect yourself and your family, call a trained professional to inspect all wildlife issues.
Wildlife exclusion is the best approach to long-term wildlife control. While removing a nuisance animal solves an immediate problem, it does not address future invaders. By locating all points of animal entry and implementing repair and exclusion techniques, the chances for future animal infestation and damage are greatly reduced.
Minor Repairs Prevent Major Damage
A small hole in your fascia board, attic vent, dormer or gable vent can allow flying squirrels, red squirrels, mice and bats into your home, where they can leave droppings, urine, fleas and ticks in your attic. Let a Critter Control specialist inspect your home and plug these entrance points before they become a larger issue.
Critter Control handles wild animals only. Please call your local shelter if you have a domestic animal issue.