Are skunks causing a stink on your property? We can help!
Of all the pesky critters that can make themselves at home on your property, skunks have got to be somewhere close to the top of the list of animals you never want to share space with. Skunks don’t have a reputation for viciousness toward humans, but the powerful odor that wild skunks can produce when frightened is the stuff of legends. You know that when a skunk makes itself at home in or near your home, you’re in for a smelly time. If you’ve found yourself in this situation, our team at Triad Wildlife Experts is here to provide the skunk removal services you need to clear the air.
Skunks are naturally curious animals and have no hesitation about making a mess of your trashcans and other items left outside in their quest for food and comfort. They are omnivorous, meaning they eat both meat and plants, and they are a key part of the food chain. Skunks help control rodent and insect populations (it’s estimated that up to 70% of their diet is made up of insects that are harmful to humans), but that doesn’t mean you want to welcome them into your home. Our team understands that the local ecosystem exists in a delicate balance, and we use humane, eco-friendly methods for our skunk removal services.
We also understand that when you contact us for a skunk removal, the situation is often urgent. We’ll do our best to get to you as soon as possible, usually the same or the next day after you initially reach out to us. We’ll arrive at your property for a thorough inspection and then take the necessary measures to remove the skunk. We can also often offer repair services for any damages the skunk may have caused while it was on your property.
If you’re dealing with unwanted skunks, we’ve got the skills and experience you need to save yourself from a stinky situation. We are proud to serve the Greensboro, North Carolina area, so give us a call today to learn more or get our skunk removal experts on the job.
At Triad Wildlife Experts, we offer skunk removal services in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Kernersville, North Carolina.