We can help trap and remove unwelcome animals from your Auburn, New Hampshire property safely and humanely. Using humane traps and daily checks, I'll make sure to capture and properly remove of the unwanted pests.
I use traps with that have one way doors to make sure animals are caught and unable to escape. Animals enter the one way door from the inside and are trapped on the outside of a structure.
Capturing the problem wildlife that know how to get into the structure will ensure they can not move to other areas of the home.
The combination of trapping and proper eviction will make our services a one-time permanent solution for your home or business.
All properties have vulnerable areas that wildlife will use to gain access. It's important to seal areas that have been damaged by wildlife, or that are vulnerable to access. This process is called “exclusion.”
Common entry points include soffits, roof junctures, ridge vents, and gable end vents. Animals will often chew and damage these areas to get inside of your property.
Repairing these points of entry is important in making wildlife removal a one time service. No two buildings or situations are the same and each exclusion will be designed with your specific property in mind.
A complete inspection of your home will determine the amount and type of work needed to solve any issue.
Pests like rodents, squirrels, raccoons, and bats all leave behind droppings and urine in the places they make their home.
These droppings are a threat to human health as they are home to ecto and endo-parasites' and other varieties of viruses and bacteria.
Any surface or material, like insulation, that also come in contact with the droppings are no longer safe to touch or be in close contact with. And matted insulation from nesting is much less energy efficient, and will affect your heating and cooling costs.
To fully restore a space previously inhabited by wildlife requires a multi step sanitation and remediation process that will leave the affected area clean and free of any animal contamination.