Getting rid of a wildlife creature in your home is one thing, but many homeowners don’t consider the fact that the critter will have made itself very comfortable in your home—dangerous droppings, damaged insulation and potential structural damage are all real considerations when it comes to fixing your home after a wildlife invasion.
Critter Control of Hamilton County employs experienced, professional wildlife repair technicians. Home damage due to wildlife visitors like raccoons, rodents, bats and more is our specialty, and it is our mission to provide the best service to our customers, from start to finish (don’t just take our word for it!).
Fixing Wildlife Damage
Fixing wildlife damage is vital to the health of your Hamilton County home and you and your loved ones. Structural damage to beams can happen soon after animals like rodents enter your home. If there were wildlife animals in your attic or crawl space, there’s probably damage there, too.
Upon arrival, Critter Control of Hamilton County will check for wildlife damages to make sure your wildlife control problem is solved and that the critters will not be able to return. We conduct wildlife damage repairs that include:
- Attic clean-up & repair
- Crawl space clean up
- Odor control
- Animal dropping & feces removal
- Roof services like vent screen guards, chimney screens & caps, and gutter guards
- Dead animal removal
Droppings Removal & Cleanup
Though it might seem straightforward and relatively simple, inexperienced homeowners should not attempt wildlife dropping removal because of the myriad health hazards and other issues that come along with incorrect handling. Read about the dangers of animal droppings here. Critter Control of Hamilton County has years of professional experience removing and cleaning up wildlife damage and droppings so we can perform the process safely and thoroughly.
The location and amount of droppings can vary depending on species. Raccoons are likely to make themselves at home in your attic, and their droppings will be separate from their living space. Mice will leave droppings as they move, which can commonly be along baseboards or behind appliances.
Our team can perform these wildlife cleanup tasks (and more) safely and quickly—we know how important it is to you that you return to a normal routine as soon as possible. If you notice an unpleasant odor inside your Hamilton County home, please call Critter Control of Hamilton County today!