Go Pro Wildlife Removal specializes in full-service wildlife removal and control. Wildlife will always be a part of our environment and wildlife management and control should only be used when an animal becomes a threat to human property and health. So how do you know it’s time to consult with a wildlife removal specialist? Chances are you’ll see, smell or hear the issue. Take a look at the signs for some of the most common household critters.
Bats are a huge part of our ecosystem and play a major role in controlling the insect population. However, they can spread diseases and nest in tiny cracks and crevices of your home. You might have bats in your home if you notice any of the following:
- Bats flying around your house at sunrise/sunset
- Bat droppings/guano
- A chirping sound
- Scratches on the walls
- Smells similar to ammonia
Learn more about bat exclusions.
In Alabama, there are three species of squirrels. They seek warmth and shelter during the winter months and can chew through wooden surfaces to enter your home. They can spread diseases varying from rabies to salmonellosis, making them a not-so-great housemate. Below are some signs of squirrels in your home:
- Hearing scampering noises in the early morning or at dusk
- Foul urine odors
- Squirrel droppings
- Deposits of acorns in your attic or on your roof
- Destroyed or ruffled insulation
Learn more about squirrel removal.
Rodents typically look for dark, cool places that offer them shelter and food. They can carry a vast number of diseases and can make your home quite messy and unhygienic. You might have rodents invading your home if you notice any of the following:
- Torn insulation or drywall
- Disturbing noises in your walls or attic
- Damage to your lawn or garden
- Chewed up wires, pipes or brickwork
- Rodent droppings
Learn more about rodent control.
Deciding to consult a specialist can be tricky and oftentimes confirmation that a critter is in your home is necessary before any removal action is taken. At Go Pro, we offer a free multi-point inspection to identify what animal is causing an unsafe or unhealthy environment. Contact us by phone at (334) 744-0391 or online to learn more about our services.