Do not risk confronting dangerous wildlife yourself. If you see an animal that seems out of place or is acting unusually, immediately reach out to an animal control service such as Critter Control of the Triad. We respond quickly and solve the problem professionally and humanely. Whether it is a rabid rodent or an aggressive fox or a swarm of angry hornets, we get to work bringing peace back to your property. In the Triad there are often issues with mice, rats, foxes, opossums, coyotes, birds, bats, spiders, snakes, hornets, and wasps.
Mice, rats, and other rodents can cause long-term problems on your property if they aren’t properly dealt with. We offer strategies and proactive protections to get rodents out and keep them away permanently. Rodents are not only disgusting to look at and share space with, but they can also carry diseases. Critter Control of the Triad will help you eliminate these pests once and for all.
Animals are not just pests, they also can cause damage to property. Squirrels gnaw on home structures. Mice chew through electric wiring. Raccoons will break into crawl spaces. Critter Control of the Triad doesn’t just eliminate the pests; we are experts in assessing and repairing the damage they’ve done, closing off their entry-points to prevent it from happening again.
After a wildlife issue has been resolved, it is important to prevent it from repeating in the future. This prevention is done by a process known as exclusion. Animals are excluded from the property by sealing up any access points to the area where they were unwelcome, preventing their re-entry. Depending on the pest, Critter Control of the Triad uses various strategies to achieve this. But, the final aim is to prevent the return of the animal or its kin.
As our name suggests, Critter Control of the Triad specializes in pest control. We eliminate, remove and exterminate pests that are making themselves a nuisance on our customers’ property. Many customers initially hire us to come in and remove an infestation but then decide to sign on for scheduled preventative measures to avoid the same issues in the future. Ants, mice, hornets, wasps, snakes and many other animals can be pests when in the wrong environments and will need to be removed.
The attic is a particularly attractive place to wildlife because it has many of the benefits of your home while also escaping the owner’s watchful eye. There is shelter, warmth and plenty of space for all manner of pests in an attic. If you suspect there are critters in the attic or want to seal any entry points to make sure they stay out, Critter Control of the Triad is experienced in this kind of pest-proofing. Attics left to animals can sustain significant damage to framing and to the insulation, which can then require replacement.
Of all the smells related to wildlife, a dead animal carcass might be the worst. Critter Control of the Triad is accustomed to the job and more than happy to remove a dead animal from your property before it starts to rot and bother the entire neighborhood. Dead critters can also attract more dangerous scavenger animals to the area, so it is best to remove them as quickly as possible.
Critter Control of the Triad provides all of the services described not just to residential customers, but also to the area’s businesses and public buildings. This includes schools, office buildings and other properties. We serve everything from the small mom and pop business to the large-scale shopping complex. All properties in the Triad area, whether in Kernersville, Burlington, Winston-Salem, High Point or Greensboro can rely on us to keep the critters at bay.
When possible, we will remove pests alive to another location, but large colonies of insects are one example of pests that need to be exterminated. Cockroaches, ants, hornets, wasps and many other six-legged critters often need to be eliminated. Mice, rats and other small mammals may need to be exterminated as well. Critter Control of the Triad handles this task quickly and can continue to provide preventative services to stop their return.
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