Wildlife Removal Services
We remove animal feces and broken insulation from your attic and install it with new insulation with the required R-value after we have removed any wildlife from your home and transferred them correctly. Raccoon feces could contain baylisascaris, a type of raccoon roundworm.
Our wildlife control experts perform another full inspection to ensure that everything has been completed correctly and completely. We will not close the job until both you and ourselves are completely satisfied that your animal problem has been resolved.
Squirrel Removal, Raccoon Removal, Opossum Removal, Skunk Removal, Bat Removal, Dead Animal Removal, and more!
Varment Guard provides experienced wildlife control services to remove animals from your property in a humane manner.
Live-trapping, exclusion and prevention, wildlife repellent, structure damage repair, dead animal removal, cleanup services, odor control, and more are just some of the services available.
Squirrels are rodents that belong to the rodent family. They can grow to be up to 18 inches long and weigh around a pound. Squirrels do not hibernate during the winter and remain active all year. They eat acorns and nuts that were buried in the autumn during the cold months, but they don't remember where they hid their food, contrary to popular perception. The food they find using their acute sense of smell was most likely hidden by another squirrel. The squirrel can find enough food to survive even if it is covered in snow.
Skunk Behavior, Diet & Habits
Varment Guard employs biologists, zoologists, animal control officers, and anti-cruelty employees who are all dedicated to animal pest control expertise. With the help of our unique collection of professional knowledge, our highly skilled animal control experts can handle practically any wildlife control situation in Fort Wayne. We conduct every job with the utmost care, from dangerous raccoon removal to humane bird control.
It's critical to remember that wild animals should never be handled. Diseases like rabies can be transmitted by wild animals. Skunks, foxes, raccoons, coyotes, and bats are the wild animals in Indiana most at risk of rabies transmission. Rabies is a brain and spinal cord infection caused by a virus. The disease is spread by bites and when an infected animal's saliva enters an open wound or the eyes. Even baby animals can be contaminated, so even if they're cute, ill, or in need of help, DO NOT HANDLE THEM.
Natural Raccoon Repellent Can Help You Chase Away Raccoons
The most effective way to keep a raccoon out of your house is to use preventative exclusion services. To avoid future raccoon entry, all entry points must be sealed after the raccoon has been removed. Making sure you don't establish a raccoon haven outside your home can also help you avoid attracting raccoons. However, after dealing with a raccoon invasion, habitat modification will become important for prevention. Fear-inducing gadgets only work for a short time, and there are no toxicants that are regulated for raccoons.
Many wild animals in Indiana have learnt to adapt to their homes and even flourish in them. Some animals, for example, have discovered that attics are ideal living spaces. Other animals find shelter beneath homes or porches. These animals invariably inflict damage. Squirrels and rats, for example, enjoy chewing on electrical wires in attics, posing a major fire threat. With their droppings and parasites, raccoons can seriously contaminate an attic. The same can be said for bat and bird colonies. We specialize in resolving Indiana's wildlife issues, from snake removal to large-scale projects such as commercial bat control.
Raccoons are actually pretty beneficial critters in their natural habitat, which is mainly trees. They are scavengers, for example, which means they help keep the insect population under control. They also devour wasp larvae, which causes the nests to be destroyed. Raccoons, on the other hand, are dangerous rather than helpful once they decide to move into your attic. Thankfully, that's where our raccoon removal service comes in in!
Varment Guard Wildlife Services has over 30 years of experience assisting families in removing squatter raccoons. We are the raccoon control experts who are trusted and recommended by pros."
How to Clean Your Attic After You've Had Bats?
Pigeons, sparrows, starlings, and geese are among the most common birds we encounter in the Fort Wayne area, and they may become a problem for homeowners. Birds are drawn to homes and buildings that provide protection from the elements, and they can become a problem in a variety of areas on your property. Attics, soffits, chimneys, bathroom vents, and sheds are among places where they've been known to establish nests.
When a single animal enters your home, it can be a significant problem. However, nesting birds pose a slew of issues. Birds build nests in homes largely to protect themselves from predators and harsh weather. However, if they get stuck in your vents or gutters, they might damage your house.
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