Raccoon, Skunks and Possums, Oh My!
These three critters, among others, can cause you a variety of problems...and one big headache.
Raccoons and opossums can raid your trash cans, causing a huge mess.
Squirrels can invade your attic and make it their home.
And finding a bat inside your home can be a downright nightmare!
If you’re unsure which animal has taken up residence in your attic, back yard, or underneath your home, trust the experts at High Rock Pest Control to locate the tell-tale signs to correctly identify the intruder.
We’ll then create a plan to get ride of any uninvited guests.
Our Wildlife Pest Control Team Can Remove:
Wildlife Removal is Best Left to Pest Control Experts
While you may think you have what it takes tackle your wildlife problem, think again.
According to Center for Disease Control (CDC), 40,000 people are exposed to rabies each year.
When startled, opossums can bare their sharp teeth and hiss, and in rare cases may bite if they feel threatened.
Pests like insects and ants can cause damage in your home but the larger creatures like squirrels, raccoons and other wildlife can destroy a lot more in a shorter amount of time.
They can also pose a health threat to your family. Raccoons, for example, are known carriers of rabies. So you don’t want to waste time eliminating these threats to your family and your property.
When you call in the experts at High Rock Pest Control, you can have confidence knowing that you’re relying on trained professionals who understand the habits of each type of creature and know what’s most effective in getting them under control.
We follow the Integrated Pest Management Approach and tailor our treatments depending on the type of animal we're dealing with.
Call High Rock Pest Control Today for Effective, Wildlife Control.
How to Keep Wildlife Out of Your Yard or Home
Keep your trash cans securely closed. You can also place a heavy stone on the lid.
Bring in pet food bowls at night.
Inspect your attic for any openings and seal them up.
Trim back any tree branches that touch your roof.
Install a chimney cap.
We won't stop until
your wildlife stops!