What You Can Expect When You Choose The Animal Removal Company
We will inspect and photograph any evidence of both primary and secondary animal intrusions. We will also point out all presently used entry points as well as areas that may be used in the future.
After inspection we will discuss with you our findings as well as your concerns. This will enable us to formulate the best course of action.
Sealing Entry Points
Entry points should only be sealed when there is no more animal activity. We recommend leaving traps in place for a few days after sealing; this can lessen the probability of a straggler dying in a wall or another inaccessible area and the need to be extricated.
Do not chase an animal that is in the living area of your house. Try to contain it in one room by closing the doors. If the animal is small such as a snake, mouse or rat, you should place towels tightly under the doors so it can not escape while waiting for professional help to arrive.
By following these instructions the animal will be less frightened and cause less damage. A frightened animal being chased or cornered is more likely to attack. They are also more likely to knock things down and cause more damage by climbing up drapes and soiling on carpets and furniture.