Liam Donnell

 Tags: Animal Removal

When faced with an animal control issue such as wildlife in the home or a pest infestation in the office, you might not know what to do or where to turn. The one thing that’s for certain is that you want to resolve the issue and get back to the things that matter. There are plenty of DIY, easy-fix solutions out there, but the reality is that they aren’t permanent and they won’t guarantee the problem is fixed for good. 

Humane animal control experts are focused on eliminating the wildlife problem at its root cause. Theythus come equipped with the knowledge and expertise of wildlife habits in order to best resolve the issue at hand.They’re equipped to efficiently and quickly handle pest problems with the tools and knowledge that come with knowing the terrain. 

You can be sure that the experts you enlist will bring knowledge and expertise, thoroughness, peace of mind, and permanence to their processes of wildlife control. Keep reading for details on what’s involved in the process including inspection, eviction, prevention, restoration, and decontamination.

Inspection

Experts will first locate all entry areas by thoroughly inspecting the building in question. They also focus on identifying the problem species while inspecting potential problem areas such as walls, bricks, soffits, gables, vents, roofs, chimneys, and more. Based on the inspection, the experts evaluate the best method of removing the wildlife without causing harm to the creatures or damage to your home.

Eviction

Humane animal control is focused on coming up with permanent solutions to dealing with unwanted wildlife in your home. In the eviction process, technicians use one-way doors instead of live trapping methods. Avoiding direct contact with the animals, technicians successfully screen off all possible entryways and secure access points to avoid further problems.

Prevention

Within days, the animals can be evicted, allowing technicians to move onto the prevention phase of humane animal control. In re-examining and addressing any insulation issues that might have originally caused the animal activity, technicians use their expertise to remove contaminated material, decontaminate the area, and re-insulate.

Restoration

Once wildlife has been removed, humane animal control experts then move on to the restoration process. They repair and decontaminate the destruction that wildlife and pests may have caused to your home. 

Because humane animal control methods are meant to be permanent, long-term solutions that ensure the problem doesn’t come back, restoration is an important part of the wildlife control process. By repairing, topping up, replacing, or reinforcing areas that had been damaged by wildlife, humane methods of animal control are focused on making sure your home is fully repaired and uninviting to potential animal guests.

Decontamination

You can’t be too careful when dealing with wild animals. Many wild animal species carry disease or viruses, and can cause serious harm or injury to yourself, your family, or the building in question. In the decontamination process, a wildlife professional will handle the situation right the first time, advising you correctly on how to best sanitize the area according to best practices and legal requirements. 

Humane and benevolent animal removal methods are designed to be effective in the long term, while also maintaining a respectful harmony with the wildlife that surrounds our homes, offices, and cottages. Humane animal control is focused on getting the animals safely out of the building in question and allowing them to relocate to an alternative den/nest site.

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Liam Donnell

Liam takes pride in working as a technician for All Wildlife Removal Inc. In his free time, he loves being outdoors and enjoys skiing, fishing, and golfing. Raccoon? Bungalow? No problem.

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