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Wildlife damage to an A/C  from ONE raccoon!

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Our live catch traps have a call tag or phone number on them so that you, a neighbor or anyone can call us and we will come and pick up the trapped animal.

     Noises that can be heard in the attic, walls or crawlspaces are usually a sign of unwanted wildlife activity. Getting help at the first signs of trouble will make your life easier and you will be assured that the critters won't make your attic their home. Once a mother has a litter of squirrels, raccoons, or other unwanted babies it is a lot harder to relocate the animals and as the babies grow into adulthood, they remember that your home was a safe and secure spot to raise a family and the cycle will start over.

Wildlife and other critters

     Upon arrival we will do an extensive inspection to identify entry points and areas that are conducive to activity. We will let you know what we can do and how it will be done. In some instances, the entry areas are in places that cannot be accessed by us and in that case, we will let you know and give you alternatives. After the inspection and quote, we will setup an appointment to seal entry points and place traps to catch and remove any unwanted pests in the attic or other areas that need to be addressed. Kalson Pest Control will monitor for activity throughout your contractual service agreement and remedy any situations that may occur. We will inform you of other possible ways rodents or wildlife could be getting into your structure such as tree limbs against the roof or woodpiles against the foundation.

      Once the wildlife moves in, they will set up a nest and start to produce offspring. Any number of problems will arise when there are unwanted animals in the attic. Some are: chewed wires, trampled insulation, feces or urine stains, chewed support structures, day and night time noises, plus additional infestations of mites, fleas, and lice. Your A/C ducts, pipe insulation and PVC pipes all make great nesting material.

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