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Wildlife Removal Milton
Residents living in and within the Milton area have all sorts of pests to be concerned about with regards to them entering homes and causing serious physical damage and even creating health issues for humans and pets.
At Wildside Wildlife Removal & Prevention we take a firm approach to effectively and efficiently remove many common wild animals from homes using the latest tools and techniques. Our certified technicians have the experience and training needed to deal with pests of all shapes and sizes, plus as a company, we are licensed and insured so you can feel comfortable doing business with us.
You can be sure that when it comes to wildlife removal Milton – we do our very best to visit your home as quickly as possible, remove any animals that aren’t your beloved pets, and then safely release those animals back into nature.
Milton Wildlife Removal
We not only remove wildlife from homes, but we also take the necessary steps to ensure that animals can’t regain entry. Don’t get us wrong, we love visiting our customer’s homes to remove unwanted animals, but also take great pride in keeping wildlife out of homes.
Types Of Animals That We Deal With
As a full-service humane wildlife removal company, we have an excellent track record of managing many different types of animals – each one is briefly outlined below.
Skunks are well known for their strong odour that they emit in self-defense, and can also do lots of damage to homes. Despite them not usually being instigators, they can carry rabies and their removal from homes should be done by trained individuals.
Raccoons are cute and smart, but very destructive when it comes to them being inside of homes. This nocturnal species readily look for attics, chimneys, roof areas, and crawl spaces to build dens. Raccoons can carry rabies and it’s advised to always seek out the help of professionals when dealing with their proper removal.
Squirrels are smaller in size but can sure run fast – up to 25km per hour, do major damage to homes, and are potential risks to the health of humans and pets. They are challenging to deal with, especially within the confines of a home, and are best left to specialists to take care of.
Bats are small flying mammals that regularly seek out refuge inside of homes. They can damage buildings, but even worse, pose significant health risks to humans and pets. They are protected animals in Ontario, and must be carefully removed – professionally is recommended.
Birds can create a real mess in no time at all within homes, and nests and droppings can manufacture awful health issues to deal with. They can be tricky to catch and are best left to experienced technicians to effectively remove from a home.
Rats and Mice
Mice and rats are rodents which need very little space to enter homes and reproduce quickly so they need to all be removed as fast as possible to minimize the damage done. Homeowners can buy traps to try to catch these small troublemakers, but professionals can remove mice and rats in a more timely manner, and then seal off tiny entry points to prevent future issues.
The dead animals pose serious health risks for homeowners when starting to decay and decompose within their property. As the temperature is higher, the decomposition process will be quicker. This increases the risk of disease transmission. A deceased animal spreads bacteria and parasites and attracts maggots, fleas, ticks, and mites. They carry these harmful pathogens, thereby transmitting diseases.
That’s why dead animals should be handled with great caution. Wear full protection, including gas mask and gloves when dealing with carcasses. In fact, it’s best to stay away and call dead animal removal professionals.