Wildlife Control Holly Springs GA

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  • How to get raccoons out of the attic

  • How to get rid of raccoons in the attic

  • How to remove bats in the attic

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  • Dead Animal Removal Services

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Holly Springs GA Pest Control Service And Critter Removal

We operate a full-service Holly Springs GA  wildlife control company, and with our full house/grounds inspection, we can offer solutions to prevent animal problems in the future.

When we do an inspection, we will be able to tell you what the problem is. With a complete understanding of the animals we work with, we can quickly and easily identify which animals are causing the problem and exactly where the animals are gaining entry. With our expertise and vast awareness of wildlife, we work efficiently, solving your Holly Springs GA wildlife problem as quickly as possible.

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  • Best Solutions for Keeping Out A Raccoon From Your Property

  • How To Start A Nuisance Animal Control Business

Just how does one start such a business? There are lots of ways to start a business, but starting this one off on the wrong foot is going to cost you!

A nuisance animal or nuisance wildlife control business is a career that is right for some people and definitely not right for others.

Let's start out with the job description:

Nuisance Wildlife Control Professional - Resolves nuisance wildlife complaints and prevents future ones. That is the job description in a nutshell albeit a bit oversimplified.

This description does not tell you that you will be climbing ladders, going into attics and crawlspaces and be challenged with wildlife on a daily basis. It goes with the territory.

What about education?

Nobody ever said it was going to be easy running your own business. It is a challenge, but a challenge that can be a lot of fun if done properly.

If it is your heart's desire to make it happen, you will do it. With the proper vision, plan, equipment, training and system, you will forge ahead and break new grounds. Without these things in place, it is a recipe for a rough road ahead!

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  • Animal Control - Know the Facts About It

  • How To Start A Nuisance Animal Control Business

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With the young bats well able to fly, it seems that bats are showing up everywhere! They have been found in attics and chimneys in Atlanta on a regular basis.

With the abundant source of water in the area such as ATL, it creates a virtual bonanza of insects on the bat's menu.

Combine this food supply with plenty of homes and commercial buildings for roosting and that makes for the perfect situation if you are a bat!

What do bats look for when selecting a roosting site?

One important thing is it must be out of the weather. The inside of an attic or cave makes for some of the best locations that are out of the wind and rain. Air flow is equally important. Bats love to select areas where the air flows across their bodies keeping them cool. The inside of an attic can reach 130 degrees and bats could not live for long in this environment without the air flow.

Professional removal is the best solution to your bat pest control problem. Trying to resolve this problem by yourself often makes it worse. Bats carry rabies and should not be handled. If you should find one outside the home or building that is laying on the ground, do not pick it up! Each year people are bitten because they picked up a bat they thought was dead. This could be a sign that the bat is rabid.

Call a professional to have them examine your home if you suspect a bat infestation. Your Wildlife Professional in Atlanta and surrounding area.

Critter Control Requires a Professional

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For most residents, the experience of needing to hire an animal control professional is never a pleasant one. Many people stall in making the phone call, hoping the destructive critter will disappear on its' own, without any human interference.

Some people fear for its safety, preferring that it doesn't make a home near their family, but also not wanting to see the animal killed or harmed because of its' troublesome behavior. Others simply don't want to assume the cost of calling a specialist, thinking the city, county, or state in which they live should be responsible for the issue.

A person living in an apartment in New York City is more likely to be bothered by roaches and mice than by bears and raccoons, while a family that lives in the suburbs surrounded by trees may find their garbage cans being regularly attacked by animals that have chosen to call that spot home.

Contrary to popular belief, experts don't simply rely on the use of poison and kill traps to rid your property of a destructive one. Before hiring a specialist, ask him what sort of it is likely causing the damage or threat to your home, and what humane ways can be used to capture it and relocate it.

In some cases, it is possible to simply use a cage with a protective cover to help the trapped creature survive his capture. If he is healthy, he will be relocated to a more suitable environment. It is not required for all animal control specialists to use humane traps, so be sure to inquire before signing a contract.

Working As a Wildlife Control Technician

  • Best Solutions for Keeping Out A Raccoon From Your Property

  • Squirrel Removal - Guidelines and Treatments to Get Rid of Squirrels

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There are a lot of us who will freak out at the sight of just one unwanted bug in our home. We may not care in the least about seeing one of these critters outside - but just one crawling across the floor where we can see it will cause us to use whatever means necessary to eradicate every indoor pest we can.

Roaches, ants, centipedes, silverfish, spiders and other assorted creepy crawlies are all unwelcome in our homes. Some of these guys we wouldn't give a second thought to if we saw them on the sidewalk. But let us see one on the wall and our whole agenda changes. To avoid having to experience these life-changing situations, you can pest proof your home.

Pest proofing involves keeping what's outside, outside. Most pests that we see in our home are coming there from outdoors. Often they come inside because of changes in the weather such as cooler temperatures after summer or because of heavy rains. Pest proofing involves making the house safe from their unwanted entry. Successfully pest proofing your house can prevent your ever having to see another unwelcome 6 or eight or even more legged guest.

Bugs can sometimes find their way into your home through floor drains so they may need screening, too.

Use expandable foam or caulk to seal utility entrances into your home such as faucets, wiring, meters, pipes, dryer vents, etc: these are favored entry points into the home for lots of creatures.

Caulk all cracks you find around doors and windows. Clean all surfaces first and remove any peeling caulk or paint before using the caulk. Apply a smooth bead and smooth it with a moistened finger. Clear caulks hide any mistakes made better than colored ones.

Keep the foundation area clear of leaves and other types of yard debris.

  • Working As a Wildlife Control Technician

  • Working As a Wildlife Control Technician

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