Raccoons are among the most intelligent North American mammals found in forested and wooded residential areas. They are very clever and can use their highly dexterous paws to open doors, dig through trash, climb rooftops, and more. Raccoons are nocturnal as well; meaning they rest during the day and stay active at night. They feed on anything, from small invertebrates and insects, to outdoor dog food! They are known to gain access into homes and tear up attic and crawl spaces. They use these areas during the cold seasons for protection against the weather and to breed their young. This can create a very expensive mess to clean up and restore. Raccoons can saturate and contaminate dry wall and wood beams with urine and droppings. These droppings also contain harmful agents that can cause disease and illness in humans and pets. They can also chew through electrical wiring, rip off roof shingles, and much more. Raccoons are a problem that should be dealt with immediately to avoid costly repairs and renovations.
Bats are just the same as raccoons. They are nocturnal and do all their dirty work while we are fast asleep. They are so tiny that they can find access inside our homes through the smallest of crevices. Roof shingles can be slipped in to, as well as, cracked windows, loose siding, garages, and storage sheds. They seek out shelter for breeding, mating, and feeding purposes. Bats are significant and useful mammals to have around in the summer because they can consume around 100 insects in one hour. This is great bug control! On the other hand, we do not want them damaging our homes. This is another example of a problem that has to be handled immediately before more and more damage accrues.
Pigeons are simply messy. They commonly flock in large numbers; and when they choose to use your rooftop as a resting point, let’s just say they can paint the roof a matte white once they’re through. Pigeon clean up services are readily available, so there is no need to fret about the mess. Also, there really is no way to refrain pigeons from using your house as a toilet. Try to reduce any elements that may be attracting birds to your property, or call a professional wildlife removal expert for advice.
Snakes can become a threat to small children or pets on your property. If you are spotting snakes frequently, it may be time to take some action. Snakes can also negatively affect gardens, flower patches, and landscaping; so it is recommended to get rid of them fast. There are various snake repellants on the market that seem to work quite well. If you are not a do-it-yourself kind of person, a professional wildlife removal tech is happy to oblige.
Moles, Squirrels, Rabbits, and Chipmunks
Moles, rabbits, chipmunks, and squirrels are all small and furry; but they can leave a bad impression on lawn and garden lovers. These small critters like to burrow, dig, eat, and steal in gardens and lawns. Flowers, mulch patches, fruits, vegetables, and fresh lain sod are all at risk if these animals are frequent visitors to your lawn. Again, trust a professional that retains the proper equipment and knowledge to capture and release these animals so that they are no longer a bother to you.
For more information about wildlife control and removal in Indianapolis, call 317-257-2290 today. We are licensed and qualified wild animal control specialists with over 30 years of experience in the animal control industry. We work with raccoons, squirrels, rabbits, bats, moles, chipmunks, snakes, skunks, and much more! Visit our website at http://www.wildliferemovalindianapolis.com for details about our services and how we can help. Dependable and affordable wildlife removal and control services in Indianapolis, IN are just a phone call away!