Wildlife Control in Jacksonville
Wildlife pest populations in eastern North Carolina are increasing and animals are quickly adapting to human interaction. Different types of home construction can promote different types of wildlife pest problems. Wood-sided houses have more birds and squirrels because it’s easier for them to get through the siding. Raccoons may go down chimneys and have their young atop the chimney flue.
B&T Pest Control offers our customers resourceful professionals equipped to provide wildlife control services that protect your home against various nuisance wildlife, including:
Trust Our Certified Wildlife Techs
Our professionals have multiple plans and methods of controlling wildlife pests, as well as the correct tools to do so. It takes a highly skilled wildlife control expert to remove wildlife like birds and mammals in a safe manner and with B&T Pest Control, that is why we have a Certified NC Wildlife Damage Control Agent on our staff! Regardless of the wildlife problem you have, B&T is here to help. We take a cautious and responsible approach to all wildlife control visits, to better protect you and our employees. Our wildlife control process is simple:
- Thoroughly investigating where and how the animals got into your home.
- Crafting a strategic plan to safely remove the wildlife from your home.
The Risk of Wildlife Around Your Home
Wildlife in your home can potentially be extremely dangerous. Mammals are intelligent creatures with a hard-wired desire to survive. It will work hard to defend itself and to evade you. If it deems necessary, it will attack. Even a scratch from a wildlife pest could be enough to infect you with a disease.
Beyond the risk of disease from a bite or scratch, wildlife can also:
- Spread bacteria through their feces and urine that can be associated with diseases or medical issues that could affect your family.
- Chew through wires, which can potentially lead to destructive house fires.
- Contaminate your food.
Get Long-Term Relief
We believe that trapping and removing wildlife is only the first step in the wildlife control process. It is important for us to understand why wildlife pests are attracted to your home, where the entry points are, and how we can prevent them from coming back. These findings vary home to home, but thanks to our years of experience, we are confident we have the perfect solution to the specific raccoon, squirrel, or bird removal issue.
Our Exclusion & Decontamination Services
Our wildlife control team not only can trap and remove wildlife pests, but we can also provide excellent exclusion, and decontamination, and sanitization services in North Carolina. The scent alone left behind by the wildlife can be enough to attract other wildlife onto your property as well as the presence of a variety of ectoparasites looking for alternative hosts after the wildlife pests have been removed.
Wildlife trapping and removal — along with our exclusion, decontamination, and sanitation services — are an investment in your property and are your best bet for a permanent resolution to your wildlife control issue.
Wildlife and Animal Pest Control Tips
While removing wildlife pests should be left up to the experts, there are tips that you can use to better identify your pests as well as ways to lower your chance of them ever becoming a problem!
- Note and thoroughly inspect areas where pests are suspected. If the pest you suspect is potentially dangerous, it is best to call an expert.
- Look for gnawing, bedding, food, or damaged areas. Check for overhanging branches or wires that can provide a highway for the pest to enter a structure.
- Place live traps in observed entryways.
- Fill holes with insulation or steel wool.
- Seal or caulk all access to structures.
Trust the Local Wildlife Experts
At B&T, we know the local wildlife, their habits, when they’re most likely to move into your home and what attracted them to your home in the first place. Whether it’s a one-time incident or an ongoing struggle, our team has the knowledge, tools, and experience to get these pests out!