“Exclusion” is an industry term in animal control meaning keeping animals out of where they don’t belong. Critter Control of the Triad are experts in animal exclusion and use multiple strategies to keep wildlife where it belongs – outside.
Establishing barriers is an important part of animal exclusion. If an animal cannot enter, they will not have to be later removed. Crawlspaces, cracks in the foundation, holes in the wall, and attics are all common entry points that may need barriers.
Allowing animals access to your home can cost you big in repair costs and even structural damage. Also, animals carry zoonotic diseases that can be passed to humans. Be careful when dealing with wild animals. It’s always better to err on the side of safety and trust professionals.
In Greensboro, Kernersville, Winston-Salem, High Point, Burlington and the greater Triad, Critter Control of the Triad are those trusted experts. We help cleanup animal messes that have been caused by openings in the home or business, and then fix the issue to prevent animals from getting back in.
Can I do it myself?
Wild animals can be extremely dangerous. Many carry disease, while others may feel freightened when around humans and act erratic. Moreover, they can cause lots of damage to your property. Bats, mice, rats, squirrels and other animals all can cause issues that we can help with. The sooner you call a professional, the less chance there is that damage will occur.
What do I do after booking?
The first step after hiring our services is to ensure that the Wildlife Technician sent to your home will have access to where the animal is located (examples including attics or crawlspaces). You can then, sit back and relax. Our NC-certified Wildlife Technicians will carefully inspect your entire home or property to determine what animals are living there, how they are entering, and what steps need to be done to remove them.
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If you come into contact with a wild animal, the first step is always to contact your local wildlife service to remove the animal from the area or premises in a safe manner. Critter Control of the Triad uses responsible methods to remove all unwanted animals off of public and private property. In Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point and the Triad area, the most common issues with wildlife involve bats, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, birds, mice, rats, fox, woodchucks and insects like hornets and wasps.
Critter Control of the Triad provides continuous support for mice and rat problems. Our technicians will inspect your home and create a comprehensive re-baiting plan, should these rodents return in the future.
Critter Control of the Triad will repair and fix any damage to your home or property that’s been caused by a wildlife annoyance. We will close potential entry points as well, ensuring animals cannot return to your property.
Critter Control of the Triad offers several different ways to help customers remove pests such as yellow jackets, bees, wasps and hornets, from their homes or bunnies. In addition, we can schedule one-time or periodic appointments or recurring preventative precautions.
Wildlife can and often will do enormous damage to insulation your attic. Critter Control of the Triad’s expert staff will help you by replacing and repairing torn insulation in your attic area.
Wild animals are prone to leaving strong smells, odors and stains including feces, urine and decomposition. Critter Control of the Triad’s wildlife experts will work to leave your residence odor-free. We will even clean tough to reach places, such as crawl spaces and attic corners. Let us help!
Each one of Critter Control of the Triad’s full services are available for commercial & business clients like large warehouses, prisons, schools, and corporate locations. We specialize in projects big and small, all throughout the Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point areas in the Triad.
Multiple wildlife species tend to move in large numbers, such as wasps and bees and other insects. Critter Control of the Triad offers extermination packages and services to stop these swarming pests in their tracks.