Wildlife Removal from Attics
An animal finds comfort, safety, and security in your attic. Many critters (including raccoons, mice, rats, bats, birds, and squirrels) look for a stable Centennial home to raise a family in. That might mean that they end up in your attic, or in your chimney. In addition to staying rent free, wild animals also tear open your roof, damage your soffits and eaves, and contaminate your home with toxic droppings. AAAC Wildlife Removal is here to help with your wildlife pest control needs.
So, you’ve got a wild critter stirring up trouble? Don’t fret, because we’re here to help! We work with Centennial homeowners and residents of Arapahoe County, Colorado to control their wildlife and keep their homes safe and disease free. No need to struggle with an unwanted critter. AAAC Wildlife Removal of Centennial can get rid of your nuisance animal problem today!
Centennial Wild Animal Trappers
Our team is trained on the latest cutting-edge removal and pest control techniques to catch all kinds of wildlife, both inside your home and even out in your yard. Keeping in mind Arapahoe County and Colorado State Laws and regulations regarding animal removal and pest control, we practice the most humane animal pest control and removal methods and follow them to the fullest extent.
Centennial Wildlife Control Damage Repair & Re-Entry
Controlling your critters is only half the battle. A proper Centennial Wildlife Control solution requires someone who will seal all entry points for pests causing damage and who will repair any damage caused by these furry creatures while tearing up wooden panels, soffits, and eaves. If you need any repair work for your home, your attic, lawn, or yard, our wildlife control and removal team is capable of solving the problem.
Attic Cleanup and Insulation Services
If you’ve had a critter family living upstairs in your Colorado attic, they’ve probably made a huge mess that they didn’t bother cleaning up. Animal waste left in an attic (like bat guano) can be toxic to your health! Without special equipment or training, never remove the waste by yourself. Get the pros at AAAC Wildlife Removal of Centennial in there for an estimate on what it will take to safely decontaminate your attic and replace your damaged or trashed insulation.
We Specialize in Wildlife Removal and Control:
Raccoons in the attic can damage your Centennial home in all sorts of ways. In addition to chewing the wiring and causing damage to the roof, fascia boards, and soffits, they also tend to take up residence in areas with narrow openings. They also take up residence under sheds, in hot tubs and outbuildings. Raccoons local to Arapahoe County do not respond to the repellents, so do not waste your time. Much like an Opossum, if there is shelter, a raccoon will seek it! If you observe these animals lurking about, contact us about raccoon removal.
Colorado squirrels and other wildlife use your Centennial attic as a playground. They love nothing better than a nice dry place to escape the weather and play around like puppies inside your house, beneath your roof or in the chimney and fireplace. Your attic may be the best place to build a nest, since squirrels usually build nests in trees to protect themselves from predators and rival squirrels.
Were it not for the squirrels scurrying around and leaving droppings, you might not be so unhappy about them hanging around. But squirrels pose the greatest threat to your home because they chew electrical wires in your attic and walls. Frayed wires set fires, as we like to say. There’s no need to burn your house down because some squirrels decided to move in.
Feel free to call us with any questions you might have regarding squirrel removal or any other wildlife management services. We can share our vast knowledge of squirrel removal information with you.
Centennial bats can be expelled with wildlife control methods such as exclusion. The best way to remove a bat would be to force it to leave (which they will do at night to go hunting) and then never let it back in. Does that sound crazy to you?
We begin the process of removing bats in Arapahoe County by inspecting the facility to find out where they came in from. Once we identify the entry holes that they used to invade your attic, we set up one-way doors at those entry points. This way, once your bats go out hunting at night, they are unable to get back in.
Once your bats have left, it’s important to seal any entry holes so those pests won’t be able to return. Your bats may have been visiting for a long time, so you’ll need attic cleaning and possibly some cosmetic repairs. The good news is: Centennial homeowners can rely on us for Colorado wildlife damage repair services.
The worst nightmare of Centennial homeowners is to see a rat running loose in their house. Ew! Despite their minuscule size, rats and mice can wiggle into almost any crack within a Colorado home or business.
Most Centennial area contractors aren’t thinking long-term about keeping rats out of homes during construction or remodels. Therefore, any work you have carried out on your home may have created an entry point for rats and mice.
A rat infestation is a huge problem that needs to be controlled and should not be taken lightly. They will cause property damage by chewing up your wiring and pipes. It increases the likelihood of fire and water damage. Be cautious with exterminators who use poison as their primary weapon. Rat poison often dehydrates rodents and increases the risk that they will destroy water lines in search of a water source.
They are also a huge health risk due to the toxic droppings they leave everywhere, and because of the diseases that they can transmit through their bite. If you believe you have a rodent problem in your Arapahoe County home, contact us for an inspection, and we can explain your options.
Pigeon and Bird Control
It might appear that pigeons are harmless birds going about their business. They are actually pests out to set up shop. If pigeons find your property comfortable, they won’t leave on their own. That’s why our Centennial pigeon control services offer full-proof bird removal. Our pigeon removal methods are done in a humane fashion that is both safe for the pigeons and safe for your property. In Centennial, CO, we provide bird control solutions for both residential and commercial customers.
Every single snake is a pest, but venomous ones are significantly more dangerous than the non-venomous alternative. The removal and control of deadly venomous snakes in Centennial must be handled by professionals.
Although snakes can be a nuisance in Centennial, CO, they are generally harmless, unless they are venomous. Even if you call our pest control team, ensure the snake is safe by identifying it. We’ve got tips on how to make your property less attractive to snakes.
Members of our team are all experts on snakes. They’ve all dealt with pest removal and rattlesnake control for years now. Feel free to call for their expertise in keeping your home and yard safe.
What Makes Us the Best Wildlife Control Company for you?
We’ve built our business for over 15 years by providing the best wildlife removal services in the country.
We assure you that we are:
- Prompt, courteous, and professional
- Passionate about our trade and protecting your home
- Talented trappers who understand the animals we work with
- Compassionate and humane
- Masters at carpentry and home repair
We are fully licensed and certified in Centennial and the great state of Colorado, and very well reviewed on Google.
We didn’t get the best by making our customers anything less than completely satisfied!
Frequently Asked Questions about Wildlife
Q: Who do I call to remove wild animals in Arapahoe County?
A: Animals in Arapahoe County are removed in different ways depending on the species. You should call your local Centennial Animal Control office for assistance removing any feral dogs or cats.
Wildlife Removal companies can take care of any creature that lives in woodlands (such as raccoons, bats, rats, snakes, etc).
Q: How do you get rid of wild animals in Colorado?
A: In the City of Centennial and the state of Colorado, the process for getting rid of wild animals varies based on the animal, its size, and the location. Bats commonly need to be excluded from an attic. The humane removal of raccoons and squirrels should be handled with trapping, transport, and release where possible.