If you have a wild animal in or on your property, the safest way to remove them is by calling a professional. Especially when these animals are lost and feel threatened, they can be more aggressive than normal and shouldn’t be handled by just anyone. To keep your family safe and to protect your home, it’s recommended to call a wildlife removal expert as soon as you notice a problem. The experts at Ja-Roy Pest Control can safely trap and remove raccoons, opossums, moles, and other wild animals from your property.
What are wild animals attracted to?
Just like any pest, wild animals may make their way into your property in search of food and shelter. Sometimes they enter homes to escape extreme temperatures outdoors, which is why they can be found in attics, garages, or basements. There are a number of things that, if left outdoors, may increase the risk of wildlife invading your property, including:
- Pet food
- Debris piles
- Unsealed garbage cans
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How to remove wildlife
Seeing one or two raccoons near your property isn’t any reason to panic If, however, these wild animals continue to return, invade your property, or start to grow in numbers, it’s time to consider calling in an expert. The best way to avoid letting these animals in your home is to deal with the problem before they find access. Raccoons, opossums, and moles are not creatures you want in your home, and you should never try to trap them by yourself. Certain species are more aggressive than others, and it’s simply not worth the risk.
Professional wildlife control services
The experts at Ja-Roy Pest Control know that wild animals inside your home or invading your yard can be distressing. With more than 60 years of experience in the industry, you can trust our team will humanely and safely trap or remove any nuisance wildlife you may be dealing with. We are also proud to incorporate our Integrated Pest Management methods, which work to prevent pest infestations from ever being a problem in the first place.Back to Wildlife Control – Exclusion & Removal