Cleanup & Decontamination Professionals

Animal Removal & Wildlife Services

  • squirrel removal
    Squirrel
  • skunk control
    Skunk
  • raccoon removal
    Raccoon
  • Bird Control
    Bird
  • dead animal removal
    Dead
  • opossum removal
    Opossum
  • snake control
    Snake
  • Bat
    Bats
  • gopher removal
    Gopher
  • fox
    Fox
  • mole removal
    Mole
  • feral cat
    Feral

Nuisance Wildlife Services

Here is a list of wildlife services we perform to achieve the primary objective which is to reduce damage, repair, decontaminate, inform, remove nuisance wildlife and keep them out.

Services:

Live Trapping oakland animal control

Wildlife control operators are equipped with the proper equipment, licenses, and knowledge to help exclude nuisance wildlife of your property. They have knowledge of state laws and regulations to successfully remove wildlife without the worrying about issues with the law. I have seen many times homeowners setting their own trap to catch a raccoon, baiting it with dog food, only to trap their neighbor’s cat. Luckily, they always release them without the neighbor’s knowledge of the cat ever being trapped. Given the experience wildlife operators obtain over the years, they’re more equipped to use proper traps, baits, and lures to remove your target animal. Many homeowners try to go at it by themselves only accidentally trapping non-target animals which can be costly, especially if you’re relocating wildlife illegally. Rats in the attic are usually mistaken for larger mammals due to reverberating chewing noises from pipes, ducting, etc. Let the pros get in there and figure out what is really going on.

Wildlife Prevention

wildlife trench control prevention barrier

I’ve seen home owners evict target nuisance animals living under their home and NOT solidify partially broken (weak) screen vents. Only to have raccoon and skunk kits, who were initially born there, to return by prying the loose screen to give birth to a litter of their own kits. Once the adolescents leave the nest they know where to come back for refuge and give birth. That is why it is essential to seal up all potential openings to prevent wildlife from entering the property. Wildlife operators have the experience to apply the proper materials to an existing opening to make certain animals don’t enter. Sometimes this can be outside areas as well. It can be expensive if you put up a fence to deter animals when in actuality, they dig under your kickboard or climb over using a nearby tree. A wildlife operator will identify the best solution for your unique situation. Sealing up the attic or trenching hardware cloth into the earth may be a better solution.

Animal Cleanup & Decontamination raccoon feces attic cleanup decontamination

Attic and Crawlspace Cleanup – Trapping and removal of wildlife is only part of the problem. Animals leave soiled insulation, fecal matter on top of your ductwork, latrines or piles of feces bundle in the corners of the crawlspace or attic, bird poop built up on your roof or possibly dead animal matter left behind from a carcass. Wildlife operators know which chemicals to use when sanitizing urine. Some ammonia-based chemicals mixed with urine will create mustard gas. A chemical agent that can cause blisters in your lungs and skin. Histoplasmosis is a disease you’ll find from wildlife matter. It’s important to use proper equipment and methods to clean and dispose of wildlife matter. Your wildlife professional have performed these services many times and are better suited to tackle these potentially toxic issues opposed to your average homeowner…. more

Dead Animal Removaldead rat attic home

Wildlife control operators have a keen sense to figure out exactly where animals died in the walls, how to get rid of a dead rat in the attic, or how to get rid of a dead skunk inside the crawlspace. It’s not a easy job. Only years of experience will provide knowledge to an operator to find exactly where to carve a hole in the wall– just one hole, not 2,3,4, or 5 holes to find a dead rat. Cleanup might be necessary after a carcass have been removed and proper equipment will be needed. Safety gloves, goggles, respirator and possibly a hazmat suit. Zoonotic (zoonoses are infectious diseases of animals (usually vertebrates), that can naturally be transmitted to humans) are to be handled by a professional, especially in confined areas such as an attic or crawlspace.