Wildlife damage repair and prevention for Residential and Commercial Properties

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Nuisance Removal Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem, NCUnwanted critters try to enter homes undetected and uninvited call us! We perfom wildlife removal, wildlife damage repair and wildlife prevention to keep wildlife out for good. Oftentimes, these animals will take up residence within local houses, completely unnoticed to the homeowners. Thankfully, Triad Wildlife Experts nuisance wildlife removal offers residential and commercial inspections and animal prevention services throughout Greensboro NC, High Point NC, Winston Salem NC and Burlington NC and surrounding areas over the Triad. We offer wildlife prevention for squirrels, raccoons, bats, birds, groundhogs, chimpmunks, mice, rats, all rodents, snakes, opossums and other wildlife that live in the Greensboro North Carolina area.

Some animals can be very sneaky, as well as very destructive to local property. Give squirrels a small opening, and they’ll chew into your home in no time at all. They need something to chew on, so why not make it your home? Bird feeders and open trash cans invite unwanted criiters and wildlife.

With the help of Triad Wildlife Experts nuisance wildlife removal, you won’t have to ever contend with this issue and worry about criiters coming back and entering into your attic, crawlspace or exhaust vents because we offer the animal and wildlife prevention for it all.

Raccoons Removal Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem, NCAllow our team to analyze your property to prevent nuisance animals from making it their home.

Triad Wildlife Experts specializes in the removal of wildlife throughout local homes and businesses. We repair the outter structure of properties to fix the animal damage that was casued by the unwated criiters. We then seal up every entry point that could be entry points used for animals to enter the attic or home such as squirrels, raccoons, birds and bats. We screen Gable vents and use wildlife guards, along with wildlife exclusion products to prevent critters from taking up residence in your home ever again. We’ll seal up your entire property in an effort to keep your space free of any unwanted pest animals and wildlife. Not only do we offer competitive pricing to our customers, but we can also restore your carefree lifestyle and give back your peace of mind. You’ll never have to worry about animals invading your space again!

Contact our team today, and stop worrying about any unwanted wildlife. With our assistance, you’ll never have to empty your wallet to repair animal-based damage throughout your property. You’ll rest easy at night knowing that our certified team is on the scene. Call 336-365-0564 to learn more.

Controlling wildlife damage

The primary objective of any wildlife control program should be to reduce damage in a practical, humane and environmentally acceptable manner. Wildlife managers and wildlife control operators (WCOs) use control methods based on the habits and biology of the animals causing damage. By using methods matched to the nuisance species, control efforts will be more effective and will serve to maximize safety to the environment, humans and other animals as well as homes.

We use things like Attic Fan Covers, Exhaust vent covers also known as Bird Guards, Gutter Guards and all types of products to prevent the return of unwanted pest.

Bird Removal and Exhaust vent cleaning.

Birds use bathroom and dryer exhaust vents to setup shop, build their nest, lay their eggs and hatch their baby birds. Here at Triad Wildlife Experts – nuisance wildlife removal we clean and break free all stopped up exhaust vents to let air flow again and removal all the birds in the exhaust vents. We then provide a bird guard to go over the outside to prevent them from returning. We also have our own patented design bird guard VentShield that can go over dryer exhaust vents to prevent birds from going up it, allows the lent to exit out the bottom and reduces the chance of a fire hazzard from the nesting and lent blockage.

Gutter Guards and animal prevention

Critters love looking for those easy to reach places and trees that allow them acess to your roof. Often times gutters get stopped up or the water isn’t flowing correctly and allows for wood damage and rot. Animals such as squirrels and raccoons look for these weakend areas and even opossums as well. They can with ease chew to make entry or raccoons with their strength can pull up shingles and pull the rotten wood to make a larger hole to enter into your home. Triad Wildlife Experts – nuisance animal removal installs a gutter guard that no longer give squirrels and other critters to drop down into your gutter to look for any entry into your attic and or home. That’s not the only benefit! With Gutter Guards you’ll have no more blockage and damage wood casued by water.

Attic Insulation Decontamination and replacement

Animal feces in the attic is not uncommon, but the most common feces you’ll find in the attics are squirrel droppings from flying squirrels and gray squirrels. Flying Squirrels use what we call animal litter box. They find one area to drop their feces and use the bathroom. Alot of folks mistake the flying squirrel droppings for bat guano, rat poop and mouse poop. Here at Triad Wildlife Experts, We remove the attic insulation, disinfect the attic and blow in new insulation to prevent of remove the odor, and any virus the animal may or may not carry. Most of the time with squirrels rather gray squirrels or flying squirrels its no big deal and no health hazzard. With Raccoons droppings, bat droppings and bird droppings we would recommand removing the insulation and replacing it, because these 3 animals pack a punch with their droppings and feces. Inhaling the dust off of these animal droppings and feces can cause some pretty nasty zoonotic diseases and really bad health issues. If you are unsure what you have in your attic or what critter dropping in the attic you have, Call Triad Wildlife Experts at 336-365-0564

A key to controlling wildlife damage is prompt and accurate determination of which animal are causing the damage. Even someone with no training or experience can sometimes identify the pest by thoroughly examining the damaged area. Because feeding indications of many wildlife species are similar, other signs – such as droppings, tracks, burrows, nests or food caches – are usually needed to make a positive species identification in being able to remove, repair and prevent wildlife from entering your home ever again.

After the wildlife pest is identified, control methods can be chosen appropriate to the animal species involved. Improper control methods may harm but not kill the animal, causing it to become leery of those and other methods in the future. For example, using traps and poison baits improperly or in the wrong situation may teach the animal that the control method is harmful. This may make the animal difficult to control later, even with the correct methods.

Four steps lead to a successful nuisance wildlife control program:

  1. Correctly identify the species causing the problem.
  2. Alter the habitat, if possible, to make the area less attractive to the wildlife pest.
  3. Use a control method appropriate to the location, time of year, and other environmental conditions.
  4. Monitor the site for re-infestation in order to determine if additional control is necessary.

Exclusions

Physically excluding an offending animal from the area being damaged or disturbed is often the best and most permanent way to control the problem. Depending upon size of the area to be protected, this control method can range from inexpensive to prohibitively costly.

For example, damage by birds or rabbits to ornamental shrubs or garden plants can be reduced inexpensively by placing bird netting over the plants to keep the pests away. On the other hand, fencing out deer from a lawn or garden can be more costly. Materials needed for exclusion will depend upon the species causing the problem. Large mammals can be excluded with woven wire fences, poly-tape fences, and electric fences; but many communities forbid the use of electric fencing in their jurisdictions. Small mammals and some birds can be excluded with netting, tarp, hardware cloth or any other suitable material; nets come in different weave sizes suitable for different animals to be excluded.

However, exclusion can interfere with the natural movement of wildlife, particularly when exclusion covers large areas of land.

Habitat modification

Modifying an animal’s habitat often provides lasting and cost-effective relief from damage caused by nuisance wildlife. Habitat modification is effective because it limits access to one or more of the requirements for life – food, water or shelter. However, habitat modification, while limiting nuisance wildlife, may also limit desirable species such as songbirds as well.

Bird- or bat-proofing buildings by sealing cracks and holes prevents these animals from gaining access to suitable habitats where they are not welcome. Storing seed and pet food in tightly closed containers, controlling weeds and garden debris around homes and buildings, and storing firewood and bui-lding supplies on racks or pallets above ground level are also practices that can limit or remove the animals’ sources of food, water or shelter.

Repellents

Using a repellent that changes the behavior of an animal may lead to a reduction or elimination of damage. Several available repellents, such as objectionable-tasting coatings or odor repellents, may deter wildlife from feeding on plants. Other repellents such as sticky, tacky substances placed on or near windows, trees or buildings may deter many birds and small mammals. Unfortunately, most wildlife soon discover that repellents are not actually harmful, and the animals may quickly become accustomed to the smell, taste or feel of these deterrents.

Chemical repellents applied outdoors will have to be reapplied due to rain or heavy dew, or applied often to new plant growth to be effective. Failure to carefully follow the directions included with repellents can drastically diminish the effectiveness of the product. Some repellents contain toxic chemicals and are ineffective unless used at hazardous concentrations. Other more natural repellents contain chili pepper and species

However, even under the best of conditions, repellents frequently fail to live up to user expectations. The reason for this is twofold. First, many repellents simply don’t work. For example, peer-reviewed publications have consistently shown that ultrasonic devices do not drive unwanted animals away.

Second, even when the repellent has been shown to work, animals in dire need of food will “hold their nose” and eat anyway because the alternative is essentially death by sta-rvation. Repellents are most successful (referring to products actually demonstrated by peer-reviewed research to be effective) when animals have access to alternative food sources in a different location.

Live trapping

Using traps can be very effective in reducing actual population numbers of certain species. However, many species cannot be trapped without a permit. In most cases, homeowners may trap an offending animal within 100 yards of their residence without a permit, however relocation is often illegal.

Traditional live traps such as cage or box traps are easily purchased at most garden centers or hardware stores. These traps allow for safe release of the trapped animal. The release of the animal to another area may be prohibited by state law, or may be regulated by the local Department of Fish and Game. Leghold traps may allow for either release or euthanasia of the trapped animal. Traps such as body-gripping traps, scissor and harpoon traps are nearly always lethal. Knowledge of animal behavior, trapping techniques, and baits is essential for a successful trapping program.

Wildlife Laws

Before initiating any wildlife control activities, a person must become familiar with applicable federal, state, and local laws. One way to learn these rules is to contact the state’s wildlife agency, which is usually responsible for selling hunting and fishing licenses. In general, property owners are permitted to prevent wildlife damage through exclusion and habitat modification, though they may be prohibited from disturbing an occupied nest or den, or directly harming an animal.

Many regulations exist in the United States concerning animal trapping including trap check intervals, usually requiring all traps be checked at least once during a 24 hour period. Some governments permit relocation of wildlife, however humane considerations must be taken into account before relocating wildlife, including population and habitat.