Wild Animal Control
Squirrels, skunks, bats, or raccoons. Whatever kind of wild animal is in your home, Barefoot Pest Control will take care of it humanely. Our goal is to provide humane trapping and live removal so we can relocate the animal to a more natural environment. Wild animals or nuisance pests tend to be more of an issue in fall and winter because they are looking for a warm place to live during the cold winter months. But they can also become a problem in the spring when they are searching for a place to mate and build their nests. Call Barefoot Pest Control for professional and humane wild animal control. We've been protecting homes and businesses from wild animals since 2013.
Raccoon Removal by Barefoot Pest Control
If he doesn't find what he wants outside, he'll come looking for it inside. Raccoons are known to raid garages and garbage cans to find food. Damage to roofs and chimneys can be caused by raccoons searching for a place to build their den. Common clues to a wild animal living in your house include: gnaw marks on wires, insulation, or walls; feces in the attic or garage; and scurrying sounds in the walls. Barefoot Pest Control has been in the animal control business for 6 years.
Why Wild Animal Control is Necessary
Barefoot Pest Control specializes in nuisance pest and wild animal control. Our staff is knowledgeable about wild animal behavior and habitat. Bats, raccoons, and skunks are frequent carriers of rabies. Raccoons, in particular, are one of the major hosts of rabies in the U.S. Bat droppings can cause diseases. Bat mites and bat bugs can also become a problem if you have bats living in your house. If you see or suspect that you have any kind of wild animal living in your house, call (240) 435-2295 to get a wild animal expert on site.
Barefoot Pest Control's Wild Animal Control Services
Barefoot Pest Control has been in the wild animal control business since 2013. We attempt humane trapping, live removal, and relocation before anything else. We specialize in the safe removal of:
- Rats and Mice
- Squirrels and Opossums
- Dead Animals