If you’ve noticed signs of wildlife in and around your home, contact our team for assistance.
It can be fun to coexist with wildlife, as many creatures are fascinating to watch from a distance. However, that doesn’t mean you want to share your Greensboro, North Carolina living space with them. Unfortunately, you might not realize you need animal removal until they’ve moved in and themselves at home! Our team at Triad Wildlife Experts can help you with animal removal, prevention, and repairs, as well as teach you some signs to watch out for if wildlife returns.
Unusual and persistent noises emanating from your crawlspace, walls, or attic are among the most evident indicators that you have unwanted animal visitors. Noises that resemble scratching, scuttling, banging, or chirping are frequently signs that a squirrel, raccoon, rodent, or bird is making a nest in your house. Ignoring these sounds may cause serious harm and even pose health risks. If you’ve heard these noises consistently, contact our team about animal removal right away.
You might also notice urine stains, smells, and animal droppings in certain areas of the home. Our team can assess the issue and determine the type of wildlife that might be causing the problem. Once that is established, we can create a plan for animal removal so you can rest easy again.
Other signs that you might notice as you move through the home, especially in the attic or in areas that might not be used much, are chewed wiring, nesting materials, torn insulation, and holes. These all indicate that you might be sharing your home with an unwanted guest or two and that you need our assistance.
Our team has over 15 years of experience in animal removal, and over the years, we’ve worked with a variety of species. Our dedication to their humane removal and the assistance we provide you with damage repair and prevention strategies is something we’re both knowledgeable and passionate about.
It’s critical to identify the warning symptoms of an animal infestation to safeguard your family’s health and safety, as well as your house. If you’re concerned about wildlife invading your Greensboro home, contact our team today.