Wildlife Control At Columbus Raccoon Removal – A Division Of Buckeye Wildlife Solutions
Experts At Solving All Wildlife Conflicts And Nuisance Wildlife Situations
So, What’s Wildlife Control?
Wildlife Control is the handling, controlling, and catching of wildlife within well-regulated parameters. Whether friction with wildlife is simple or difficult, our processes follow professional and ethical standards. We obey all federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and follow the highest standards for safety.
Columbus Raccoon Removal has extensive knowledge of wildlife biology, wildlife habitat, wildlife signs, and destruction caused by different wildlife species. Also, we are advocates for the humane treatment of all wildlife.
And, What Are Wildlife Control Operators?
Our wildlife control operators are individuals trained to solve problems from wildlife conflicts and nuisance wildlife situations. Technically, our WCO are specialist in wildlife pest management with the ability to capture, transport and dispatch an animal, and also repair and prevent wildlife damage from occurring again. In Ohio’s urban environment, nuisance wildlife are abundant and our wildlife damage management professionals are in demand.
Have Flying Squirrel Problem? You’ve Come To The Right Place!
Our Wildlife Control Specialists Trap And Remove All Types Of Wildlife, Not Just Raccoons
We Are Pros Regarding Insect Pest Issues As Well
Columbus Raccoon Removal is Columbus, Ohio’s primary wildlife control service. Our knowledgeable animal control team holds decades of combined schooling and field experience. Besides providing industry-leading animal removal service, we also restore attics and crawl spaces, sanitize and deodorize rooms, install animal prevention measures (and perform habitat modification), and replace or repair soffits, fascia, insulation, drywall, roofing, and much more. We’re the prime example of a do-it-all wildlife control company, and we make no concessions regarding quality. Each member of our highly-trained staff is a licensed professional with years of experience handling animal removal jobs similar to yours. Our office is open– give us a call now at (844) 544-9453 to get a handle on your animal problem!
We Show You HOW You Can Prevent Wildlife Damage
An animal invasion problem might appear to you like a stroke of bad luck, and in reality, your property offers specific things that attract animals. As a result, you’ll experience heightened animal activity around your home until you address the root causes of your critter problem.
There are plenty of ways to minimize the chances of animals sticking around your yard, barn, attic, etc. Animal Prevention can involve habitat modification, repairing entry points, sanitizing an area to eliminate pheromones, and even designing custom prevention devices to keep animals out of easy-to-reach places.
We can’t overstate the importance of taking an active stance to discourage animal activity on your property. It is the single most impactful way to prevent animal-related damage and minimize future service costs. Most importantly, it makes your daily life less hectic so that you can focus on what matters to you.
Searching For A Safe Nesting Area For Birthing Her Kits, This Female Raccoon Tore Her Way Into This Columbus Ohio Home’s. Fortunately, Our Columbus Raccoon Removal Experts Trapped Her Before The Chaos Began.
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Another Happy Customer
“Jake did a thorough inspection and quoted several treatment options. First, he trapped two squirrels who were entering the house through a hole above a gutter. Once he was sure the attic was clear and all the squirrels were caught, he installed a metal covering over the entrance hole that was similar in color to the wood trim. At another part of the house, there was a hole in the wood paneling of a wall where small animals or birds could enter. Jake also installed a metal plate of similar color over this hole, ensuring that no animal could get in. All in all, Jake was personable, on time, and very responsive to my calls and texts.”