Trapper K works indoors and outdoors and takes care of any nuisance wildlife. If you hear a strange noise in your walls or ceilings, don't wait until it gets louder. Louder probably means either that more animals have moved in or that the mother has had babies. And neither of those situations is good.
If you see signs of burrowing under your porch or deck, you can be pretty sure that some animals have found a home, and that's not good, either. Wild animals can be destructive, and they don't like it when someone tries to take them out of the comfortable homes that they've built for themselves and their families.
If your house has attractions that no other house in the area has, you're likely to receive the most wildlife visitors. Raccoons may not look very agile, but they're great climbers, and if you don't have a chimney cap, you may find raccoons in your chimney, and then in your house. If you have the only pool in your neighborhood, you may find some uninvited swimmers getting in their laps.
If you spend your summers in the South of France and animals think that your home is abandoned, you may find some squatters when you get home. And if you leave garbage or pet food outside, you're essentially sending an invitation to the local wildlife community.
Regardless of the reason, when wild animals move is, it's always smart to call on a nuisance wildlife professional. We'll take away the trouble makers and leave peace of mind in their place.
Avoid Repeat Calls
Removing nuisance wildlife doesn't mean that you won't have the same problem again. So, if you don't want me to keep coming back, there are important steps that you can take to make your home or property uninviting to animals. If you roof has a hole, fix it. If your chimney doesn't have a cap, install one. You should do everything that you can to make it difficult for, animals to get in, and I'll show you what you can do.