Skunks

Preventive Repairs

  • Bat Seal Up & Eviction
  • Rodent Seal Up
  • Shed Barriers
  • Deck Barriers
  • Pool Barriers
  • Attic Restorations
  • Crawlspace Restorations
  • & More
Raccoons

Wildlife Removal

  • Bats
  • Raccoons
  • Squirrels
  • Skunks
  • Opossum
  • Ground Hogs
  • Rodents
  • Birds
  • & More

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Pro-Trap Team

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Servicing all Residential, Commercial and Industrial Properties
Windsor & Essex County, Chatham Kent
Fully Licensed & Insured   24/7  Emergency Service
Over 25 Years Experience

Bats are attracted to brick homes. Due to the small size of bats they are able to  gain entry to an attic through a hole as small as a half-inch. This can make it difficult to find all possible entry/exit sites used by the bats.  Also the feces that bats leave behind will leave an odor and will cause alot of damage in your attic causing it to become a bio hazard.

Rodents are dangerous pests capable of spreading dozens of diseases. When foraging, rats and mice contaminate surfaces with their droppings and urine that can spread bacteria, contaminate foods, and cause allergic reactions.

Raccoons aren’t out to ruin your home, they just need a place to stay. And while there are plenty of natural options for raccoon den sites, your home may be an easy alternative. If your house isn’t secure against these furry intruders, it may become just what they were looking for a place to have their young.

Animals cause a lot of damage in your attic from wiring to heat lost due to insulation being pack down from them bedding or even just walking through it.  At Pro Trap we provide removal of all accessible contaminated insulation, removal of scent posts, removal of all accessible animal feces and urine, removal of all debris, deodorize and disinfect entire areas affected, and finally install new insulation to  entire attic.   These are necessary steps in decontaminating your attic.