Getting rid of a wildlife critter in your home is one thing, but many people don't even think about the possibility that the critter will have left long-lasting damage in their homes in the form of hazardous droppings, soiled insulation, or even structural beam damage. Critter Control of Hamilton County employs experienced, professional technicians. Our mission is to provide the best service to our customers from start to finish—and this includes repairing any wildlife damage. Even when it seems that your wildlife intruder has been evicted from your home, they have likely left unnoticed damage; perhaps urine stains you can't see, droppings tucked away in insulation or compromised wooden beams from chewing. All of these issues need to be taken care of right away; just give Critter Control of Hamilton County a call!
Fixing Wildlife Damage
Wildlife damage can cause serious problems to the structure of your home and your health. If you have faced wildlife animal issues inside your home or crawl space, there is likely damage to go along with their presence.
Critter Control of Hamilton County will check for wildlife damages to ensure your wildlife control problem is solved and they 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
Droppings Removal & Cleanup
Though it might seem straightforward, inexperienced homeowners should not attempt wildlife dropping removal because of the health hazards and other issues that come along with incorrect handling. Critter Control of Hamilton County has years of professional experience removing and cleaning up wildlife damage and droppings.
Our technicians 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 home, call Critter Control of Hamilton County today!