Beaver Removal, Greensboro, NC

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We take a personalized approach to beaver removal, assessing the needs of each client.

Beavers are among the largest rodents in the class, weighing up to 100 pounds. They’re found in areas throughout the United States and across the globe, including in Greensboro, North Carolina. While the beavers in this region aren’t typically that large, they can cause a lot of damage when they take up residence on your property. These rodents feature large heads, long front teeth, and flat, scaly tails. They are herbivores, relying on aquatic plants and grasses, tree bark, and other natural substances to stay alive. But since they build lodges and dams, they are extremely good at chewing down trees to collect building materials. Beavers may also chew through other materials, such as those used to construct your home, to satisfy their natural urges.

Beaver Removal in Greensboro, North Carolina

If your house or property has suffered damage due to the presence of a beaver, our team at Triad Wildlife Experts can help. We offer professional beaver removal for those located throughout the area, and we can repair the damage caused after the animal has been safely and humanely removed. The founder of our company set out to provide humane wildlife removal services more than a decade ago after working for more than 20 years in the residential construction world. Over the years, we have performed beaver removal and other wildlife removal services for countless property owners.

We take a personalized approach to beaver removal, assessing the needs of each client. It’s highly recommended to work with a professional for any type of wildlife removal, as animals can become aggressive when they feel threatened or provoked. If you’ve got a beaver causing trouble on your property, don’t hesitate to contact us for the expert beaver removal service you need.


At Triad Wildlife Experts, we offer beaver removal services in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Kernersville, North Carolina.