About Us

We are one of the largest wildlife control companies in the United States. Our team of professionals is vast in handling a wide array of wildlife infestation problems. Our goal is to humanely resolve the conflict between humans and wild critters.

The inspiration for our company was born when our founder had to deal with a raccoon infestation in his attic in 1993. His frustrations led him to learn about how to get rid of raccoons. Not long after, he started helping others in the neighborhood deal with their infestation problems. That's when it dawned on him to found a wildlife control company.

Today, our team is comprised of over 500 wildlife control experts that provide removal services to homeowners and businesses throughout the United States. For the past two decades, we have helped about 100,000 clients deal with their infestation problem. We pride ourselves on our commitment to quality delivery and excellent customer service. Consequently, many of our branches have been voted the best wildlife company in their respective districts.

Understanding Human-Wildlife Conflict

Why is that nasty raccoon in your attic? Or a bat colony in your chimney? Or opossums under your porch?

Wild animals are supposed to remain in the wild. However, in the past few decades, human settlements have consistently encroached into wild habitats. As a result, conflict arises. Many of these nuisance animals have learned to associate human settlements with easy access to food and cozy shelter. As they become acclimated, they begin to encroach into our property.

Here's the bad news: As the human population grows, human-wildlife conflict is bound to grow. While these interactions have led to the decline of some species, more adaptable species are bound to thrive. Examples of such thriving species include squirrels, rats and mice, raccoons, and more.

Raccoons have learned to tip trash cans for food, steal fruits from the garden, or even feed on leftover pet food. Squirrels know that the attic provides better warmth and safety than trees. But when wild animals reside in your property, they constitute a nuisance, some of which include:

  • Disturbance

The squeaking sounds of rats or chattering noises made from squirrels in your attic is disturbing.

  • Damages

Raccoons, rodents, and many other wild animals will chew on wood, wires, pipes, insulation, and many other materials once they gain access. Damaged insulation reduces the energy efficiency of your home, thereby increasing your energy bills. A chewed wire is a potential fire hazard.

  • Pollution

Wild animal droppings and urine emits noisome odor as it accumulates.

  • Diseases

Wild animals are carriers of several zoonotic diseases, including Salmonellosis, Blastomycosis, Trichinosis, Histoplasmosis, among many others.

Wildlife Control & Management

When you're faced with an infestation problem, what you need is a wildlife control specialist. Note that nuisance wildlife control is not the same as pest control. Nuisance animal trappers deal with mammals and reptiles. On the other hand, pest control deals with eliminating insects. As you can see, there's a big difference between getting rid of bed bugs from your house and removing a raccoon residing in your attic.

Looking for a Wildlife Professional?

If you're frustrated with your infestation problem (just like our founder was over 2 decades ago), what you need is a world-class wildlife professional that will not only help you develop an effective removal strategy, but help you implement it, and put measures in place to prevent future infestation problems.

Realize that just because a person claims to be a wildlife expert doesn't make them one. There are several amateurs in this field. In many cases, homeowners call us to fix the mess left by an amateur. Therefore, ensure you ask about the professional's credentials, as well as the package their company offers. Here are some of the things to bear in mind:

  • Fully licensed
  • Fully insured
  • On-time appointment
  • Technical competence
  • Polite and courteous
  • Adopts humane removal methods
  • Honesty
  • Openness with pricing
  • Warranty

If a wildlife professional checks all these boxes, at the very least, you can trust them to do a good job. But if you want a GREAT JOB, then give us a call!

We are the Best!

Our wildlife control company will help you solve your infestation problem quickly and effectively while treating the nuisance critters humanely.

Effective wildlife control requires an adept understanding of animal behavior. Each species is unique, and so every infestation problem has to be handled differently. Our professionals are highly trained in the field of wildlife control. They are fully equipped to develop effective strategies.

Moreover, we regularly update our methods to incorporate the latest discoveries in the field. We also provide our technicians with state-of-the-art tools that will enable them to expertly do their jobs.

Furthermore, we offer a wide array of wildlife services, including inspection, removal and relocation, cleanup and decontamination, repairs, and removal of carcasses.

Our prices are also competitive. We charge less but provide the highest quality of work.

Still in doubt? Check out our 5-start ratings on Google and Yelp. Give us a call now to help you deal with your wildlife infestation problem. We are available 24/7 to listen to your concerns.

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RatsRat Removal Information & How-To Tips

MiceMouse Removal Information & How-To Tips

MolesMole Removal Information & How-To Tips

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BeaverBeaver Removal Information & How-To Tips

FoxFox Removal Information & How-To Tips

CoyotesCoyote Removal Information & How-To Tips

BirdsBird Removal Information & How-To Tips

BatsBat Removal Information & How-To Tips

SnakesSnake Removal Information & How-To Tips

DeadDead Animal Removal Information & How-To Tips

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