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Local Rat Removal 336-240-9317 Winston Salem North Carolina Rat Control without Poison!

Rat removal 336-240-9317 in Winston Salem|rat control|Rodent removal|rat in the wall

Just mention the word “rat” anywhere and at any time and watch the reaction of nearly anyone and everyone near you. Some will cringe others will scream out”where?” and jump back. All fun aside when a rodent finds its way into your home or business it can take on a whole different kind of reaction from your family to your employees to your customers. In some cases a rat infestation can cause a company to close until the infestation can be resolved.

Rat

Rat (Photo credit: Sergey Yeliseev)

Nuisance rat removal in Winston Salem, NC is the process of inspecting the property to asses the severity of the rat control conflict. The second phase is use of proper rat removal equipment, We never use poisons due to the fact the a poisoned rat can die in the wall, attic and even in the crawlspace. And the last phase of nuisance rodent removal is the full exclusion which is repair and preventative repair to ensure that no further rat control conflicts remain in the future.

Rats, Mice, Mouse, Squirrel, Musk rats, and Black rats are all rodents and are subject to nuisance rat removal in Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point and all the Piedmont Triad area

A mouse problem is a first step to a larger problem. Mice are at the bottom of the food chain and therefore animals such as wood rats, black rats, sewer rats, snakes and even raccoon will feed off of mice and will follow them even into your Winston Salem home or business property.

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Local Dead Animal Removal 336-240-9317 Greensboro NC

Dead animal removal in Greensboro, NC can be disgustingly smelly. when an animal dies in your walls or in your crawlspace it can plague the whole house.

Dead Squirrel

Dead Squirrel (Photo credit: ericarhiannon)

A dead animal smell in the house will simply just not go away. once a smell has been detected it is a red flag for a larger issue. Just because you have a dead animal does not mean that is the end of the issue. Questions such as ” how did the animal get in?” are great questions .

We remove animal such as:

  • Dead Rat Removal
  • Dead Squirrel Removal
  • Dead Raccoon Removal
  • Dead Snake Removal
  • Dead Rodent Removal
  • Dead Skunk Removal
  • Dead Possum Removal
  • Dead Opossum  Removal
  • Dead Animal Removal
  • Dead Cat Removal
  • Dead Rodent Removal

Call For a local wildlife removal expert to remove the dead animal in Greensboro, NC, High Point, Winston Salem, Lexington, Archdale, Burlington New Carolina and to inspect the property to make sure you dont have further issues!

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Local Squirrel Removal 336-240-9317 Greensboro, NC

I have been trapping squirrels and removing squirrels from attics, eaves and chimney spaces for many years. Though one squirrel removal always comes to mind when people ask my about my wildlife adventures.

An Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis...

An Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in St James’s Park, London, England. Français : Ecureuil gris (Sciurus carolinensis) dans la parc Saint James, à Londres. Português: Um esquilo pertencente à espécie Sciurus carolinensis, no St James’s Park em Londres, Inglaterra. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It was half way into the fall season and I received a call about a squirrel that had chewed its way into a cabin attic in a near by state park. So I packed my truck with traps and other equipment I thought I may need. Better to have more than not enough I always say.

Tim the park ranger led my to the cabin and I could see right away the softball sized hole in the side of the cabin. Piece of cake I thought as I approached the cabin ladder in hand.

I threw up the ladder and began to climb with flashlight in hand to investigate the opening. Can anyone figure out were I made a mistake?

As I turned the flashlight on and peeked into the hole I found what I should have figured I would find, A squirrel and she was not happy!

Again it was half way thru fall and I had a bulky jacket on but it was unzipped so I could climb the ladder a little easier and as that light hit the squirrel she did what any scared squirrel would do. She tried to escape and escape she did. She ran out of the hole a crossed my chest and straight into the back of my jacket. Now I am a seasoned wildlife removal professional but when faced with a wild squirrel in your jacket against your skin and about twenty feet up in the air certain thoughts will run through your mind trust me!

I tried remain calm and eventually the squirrel worked its way out of my jacket and was gone. I climbed down the ladder to receive laughter and heckling from the rangers and learned a valuable lesson. Since then I trap the squirrel first and then investigate the damage.

Even squirrel removal can be dangerous and difficult. It is always best to have a professional to remove your squirrel problem. Trap , remove and then exclude the squirrel to prevent future occurrences .

The Wildlife Professionals in The Piedmont Triad

Greensboro, High Point and Winston Salem

336-240-9317

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Local Raccoon Removal 336-240-9317 Greensboro, NC

I will always remember my first time trapping a raccoon mom and her pups out of an attic. It was a large home over 3500 square feet.  The attic had boards across the truss’ so it was pretty easy to maneuver in the attic thankfully for me. I was only in the attic a short time before I found the first signs of the raccoon living in the attic. Droppings or raccoon feces were piled up in a corner and as I have been trained I began to strategically place my traps.

A Raccoon at Cologne Zoo Français : Un Raton L...

A Raccoon at Cologne Zoo Français : Un Raton Laveur Español: Uno Mapache Italiano: Un procione lavatore Português: Guaxinim Română: Un raton Русский: Енот-полоскун в Кёльнском зоопарке Suomi: Pesukarhu vesialtaan äärellä Kölnin eläintarhassa Svenska: tvättbjörn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I was so intent on what it was that I was doing that I did not notice the female raccoon in the other corner of the attic staring straight at me. She had her young not from from where I was setting traps and she was nervous!

As I was finishing I heard the tell tail noise of one angry raccoon and as I turned towards the noise I saw her as she was running across one of the boards right at me. I did they only thing I could! I scream and swung my flashlight at her and luckily she ran past and hid in the other corner with here young, growling loudly.

My heart beating fast and my nerves completely shot I left the attic to the mother raccoon till the next day. I have to tell you I was contemplating my choose at this career.

The next day though I found that the mother raccoon and all her young were trapped safely in the traps I placed.

That was several years ago but it goes to show at how dangerous a raccoon in the attic can be. When thinking about raccoon removal in Greensboro, NC it is best to use a Professional!

The Wildlife Professionals of The Piedmont Traid

Greensboro, Winston Salem, and High Point

336-240-9317

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