Wildlife Pest Control
Wild animals can destroy your property, damage your building’s infrastructure, and make loud noises that disturb you throughout the day. If you are concerned with the amount of wildlife on your property, there is a solution. With the help of a pest control service, you can limit the wildlife population around your home.
Wildlife pest control services can secure your home against various animals, ensuring that you don’t have to worry about critters taking up residence on your property. OMNIS pest control has an array of different solutions that you can rely on to keep your home pest-free.
Limit Wildlife Populations
Stop These Animals In Their Tracks
Your location will determine what forms of wildlife are likely to infringe on your property, but don’t worry; OMNIS Pest Control is equipped to handle all of the most common pests. These are some animals we can help you remove from your home and the area surrounding it.
Rats are widespread in most residential areas. They can enter your home through tiny openings and are prone to hiding behind walls and under the floor. If you have recently seen rats in or around your home, you must seek wildlife pest control immediately, as rats are known to spread more than 35 diseases.
Squirrels are very acrobatic animals that most people wouldn’t expect to find inside their homes. Still, squirrels are common pests that will enter your house in search of food. Due to their ability to easily climb trees and buildings, they may be able to enter your home through the most unexpected places. Squirrels are a very problematic pest, as they carry diseases, cause damage, and make a lot of noise.
Raccoons are skilled scavengers who will go to great lengths to eat any food in or around your home. If you leave your trash bin unsealed, raccoons may even remove the lid to eat whatever is inside. If left unchecked, raccoons may also find their way into your home, especially the attic area causing significant damage in the process.
Finding and removing snakes can be tricky without specialized knowledge because there are many types of snakes. Some snakes have venom, and others who aren’t. You also have to consider the fact that many states require you to contact a local park or wildlife department before attempting snake removal. Contact a wildlife pest control service to get rid of snakes the right way.
Wild animals can find their way into many different areas of your home. Wildlife pest control services suggest you check the following areas of your home for evidence of animal activity:
- Interior of walls
- Pipe openings and grates
Keep Wildlife Out
Wildlife control is not easy to do without professional help. With so many different animals that need to be kept out, you will need a strategy in place if you hope to succeed. Here are some steps wildlife pest control services like OMNIS will take to protect your home from wild animals.
When you schedule an inspection for your home, expect a certified pest control specialist to show up and perform a thorough assessment of your home. They will be looking for potential risk factors and evidence of animals living in or around your home. The first step of the inspection is a visual review. During this step, the inspector will thoroughly evaluate your property. They will note any issues found during the inspection and take photos that will be referenced later. Afterward, the inspector will inform you of their findings and let you know what they suggest to solve any discovered problems. From this point, you will have the option to implement a wildlife pest control strategy with their assistance.
Wildlife can cause significant damage to your property, so you should have someone take steps to repair holes in the walls or insulation. OMNIS will remove any animal waste left behind and clean the areas where pests were active. If necessary, your pest control specialist will also replace insulation that has been chewed through by wild animals.
Once your pests have been removed or relocated, you need a plan to keep them from coming back. If you don’t have a strategy to keep wildlife populations from growing, you’ll be back to square one soon enough. By having ongoing monitoring in place, you can keep infestations from occurring in the future.
After identifying the pests, OMNIS will work on removing them. The strategy they will use varies depending on the wildlife present in or around your home. If you hope to keep animals that are outside away from your home, they will need to use strategies that prioritize trapping or exclusion. Exclusion methods typically involve setting up barriers that keep animals from approaching your home. For example, trimming branches that hang over your home can be done to keep squirrels or other climbing animals from accessing the upper levels of your home.