Animal Trapping Company
Varment Guard is a full-service wildlife control firm that serves Fort Wayne, Indiana, and the neighboring areas. For both residential and commercial customers, we specialize in urban and suburban wildlife damage management. The Indiana Fish & Wildlife Commission has granted us a state license. We handle practically every facet of wildlife control and settle human-wildlife conflicts in a humane and competent manner. Simply give us a call and we'll set up an appointment to solve your wildlife pest problem in Fort Wayne.
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.
Raccoons have the ability to wreak a remarkable amount of damage in a short period of time. Vent ducts, insulation, fan vents, cooling systems, insulation, and even robust wood beams can all be shredded by their razor-sharp claws and teeth. They also defecate and urinate in large quantities, usually in the same place where they have set up their "restroom." This feces and urine become lodged in the insulation and eventually soak through to the underlying wood. All of this means that your raccoon problem is unlikely to improve over time. It's only going to get worse. If a raccoon dies in your home, you'll know immediately since the smell is terrible.
If your home's entranceway is on fire, even the bravest raccoon will get the message, right? Regrettably, the answer is no. Raccoons may climb in rather than out when you open the damper. The good news is that there are several safe and effective methods for removing raccoons from chimneys, including using odor deterrents and placing a ground trap near the chimney's base. Our professionals have decades of experience and will handle everything for you, so you won't have to lift a finger or worry about making a costly error.
Identify Skunk Damage
We thoroughly remove bat guano from your attic and other damaged areas using professional-grade equipment after all bats have been removed from your home. We also install new insulation to the correct R-valve.
We perform another complete inspection to ensure that there are no difficulties or concerns once all bats and toxins have been removed from your home and all primary and secondary entrance points have been blocked. We won't call it a day until both our team and your family are completely pleased that your bat problem is gone.
Also keep in mind that if you have a raccoon in your home right now, you may need to use a catch pole to capture the animal by the neck and place it in the trap. During this process, the raccoon is uninjured. It's critical to be forceful since a raccoon in your home can cause important damage. Raccoons can also become VERY violent when cornered, feel threatened, or fear their kids are in risk.
Skunks are one of the most frightening animals to have near the home, and for good cause. The most common problem with these mammals is that they stink! Skunks are known to spray anything they perceive to be an adversary, and their extraordinarily stinky spray has been known to travel up to 23 feet. Skunks will only attack if cornered or defending their young, and they will frequently spray pets that they perceive to be a threat. However, spraying isn't the first method of defense. Skunks will spit, growl, puff their fur, shake their tail, and stomp their feet on the ground. They will lift their tail and spray their famed skunk odor if the invader does not leave.
Bat Removal Services
Animal proofing and exclusion are the most important aspects of your wildlife control part. After a den has been evacuated, blood, hair, urine, feces, and occasionally even carcasses are left behind, thereby making the den site into an open house. If no animal is present to protect the territory, a skunk, squirrel, or raccoon will simply move in, and your problem will return to square one. This can be a complete nightmare if damage restoration has already been accomplished.
Serving Wells County, Indiana and the surrounding areas