Animal Trapping

There are a wide range of animals that could find your home as appealing as you do! raccoons, squirrels, birds, kunks, mice/rats, opossums, snakes and more…  Pro Trap Wildlife offers the most humane means possible to trap and remove animals, while minimizing harm and stress to the animal.

 

 

Insect Control

insectWasps, bees, hornets, yellow jackets, ants, spiders,  and many other insects can be a huge nuisance to you and your family.  Pro Trap Wildlife will come and inspect the situation.  Many services are available from one time treatments to monthly control plans.

 

 

 

 

Rodent Pest Control

This incrodentludes but is not limited to mice, rats and squirrels. Mice reproduce every 20 – 30 days and produce an average litter size of 10 – 12 pups.  Rats reproduce every 30 – 40 days and produce and average litter size of 6 – 13 pups.  Squirrels breed once or twice a year and have a varying number of young. They feed on protein, carbohydrates and fats, including nuts, seeds, fruit, fungi and green vegetation.

 

Bat Control

Pro Trap Wildlife specbatializes in the removal and decontamination of bats from attics, industrial buildings, garages, etc.  Bats have one to three litters in a season and only produce one baby at a time.

 

 

 

Dead Animal Removal

Pro Trap Wildlife Control provides removal and disposal of all dead and/or decaying animals.  Disinfection and deodorization of area is also recommended as to not attract any other animals.

 

 Attic Decontamination

Pro Trap Wildlife provides remoattic-decontamination-restorationval 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 are affected, and finally reinstallation of all insulation are all necessary step in decontaminating an attic.

 

 

Damage Repair

Includes but not limited to animal-damage-repairpools, sheds and porches, decks, soffit corners, exhaust vents, roof vents, wood or mortar repair, chimney’s and more…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prevention

It is ekeep outasier to keep animals out of your home than to deal with an animal that has decided to den inside or underneath your home. Regularly inspect the exterior of your home. Siding or roofing materials that have suffered weather damage or deterioration make it easier for animals to gain access. The following are a few places that should be maintained to prevent animal infestations: Fireplace or Furnace Chimney, Attic Exhaust Fan Opening, Attic End Vents and Soffit Vents, Roof, Soffit and Fascia, Porches and Decks and Window Wells.