When you have wildlife control problems, a solution can’t wait.
Nobody wants to discover that wild animals have gotten into their Florida home—whether they’re raccoons, squirrels, possums, snakes, birds, or bats. They can damage your house while also spreading diseases to both people and pets; so, if this happens in your house, you’ll want them removed ASAP. It’s recommended that, when in this situation, you contact professionals to remove the wildlife because they can bite or otherwise attack when feeling cornered. So, please contact us online or call us at (941) 342-7378 for prompt, personalized wildlife removal in Sarasota.
First, consider why animals try to get into homes and garages in the first place, which is to obtain what they need to survive and then reproduce. This consists of food, water, and shelter. So, if they can find these things in your home, they may settle inside, which happens even more often when hurricanes or other storms strike.
Problems caused by wildlife can vary, depending on the animal species. Raccoons are a common pest, and they can damage attics, soffits, roof shingles, vents, insulation, and more. In addition, infected raccoons can spread rabies and other dangerous diseases, including bacteria and parasites, through their scratches and bites. They can also transmit disease indirectly when someone comes in contact with their waste. The good news: our trained technicians are experienced in wildlife removal in Sarasota, including with raccoons.
Bats can also carry and transmit rabies as well as Histoplasmosis, a disease that’s spread when people breathe in infected spores found in bats’ feces and urine. Even if the bats in your home aren’t infected, they can seriously damage your home as their droppings and urine leak through your walls; besides ruining your walls, this can significantly damage your insulation and ceilings. Bats can bring additional pests in your home, including bat mites, fleas, and bat bugs, the latter of which are related to bed bugs.
Squirrels can also wreak havoc through their chewing habits. They can gnaw on your home’s siding and insulation; when chewing on wires and cables, they even have the potential to trigger house fires. Infected squirrels can also spread the plague, typhus, ringworm, and tularemia among other diseases.
Wild animals, in general, will bring fleas, mites, ticks, lice, and more into your Sarasota home, compounding the pest problem. So, as soon as you know you need wildlife control services, please contact us.
Sometimes, wildlife will find their way to your property but not get inside. Unfortunately, they can still cause all kinds of problems in your yard. Take armadillos, for example. As they seek food and places to reproduce, they’ll dig tunnels in your yard and perhaps spread diseases as they do so. If you’re experiencing problems with wild animals outdoors, contact us for our highly efficient and effective wildlife control services: contact us online or call (941) 342-7378.
Turner goes beyond the outstanding pest control services we offer, ready and able to remove wildlife from your home in Sarasota, FL.
They damage homes, including tearing up roof shingles and soffits, breaking attic vents, gnawing through insulation in the attic, and more. Plus, they can spread disease. Raccoons are, in fact, one of the most frequent carriers of rabies.
They can also cause significant damage as they gnaw on cables and wires, which could lead to a house fire, along with siding, insulation, and much more. Squirrels can also spread unwanted diseases.
Armadillos dig tunnels to find food and to create a place to reproduce, which can do serious damage to your yard. Plus, they carry diseases that can spread to people. If you need a wildlife trapper in Sarasota, contact us.
Rabid bats can transmit the disease and droppings and urine leak through drywall, damage ceilings, and ruin insulation. So, if you suspect a bat presence, contact us for wildlife removal and pest control services.
Although keeping wildlife away permanently may be a challenge, our prevention tips can make a significant difference when you want to keep them out of your Sarasota home. Here are our best tips:
Watch for damage around your home; this may be created by animals even if you don’t actually see them around. These can include chew marks or signs of their waste. You may hear the animals first, so listen for scratching sounds. No matter what signs you notice, if you have any reason to suspect a wildlife presence, contact us. We’ll happily inspect your home at no charge. If we spot an issue, we’ll identify the source and make personalized recommendations for wildlife removal in Sarasota.
We’ve been helping families like yours for more than fifty years, providing outstanding service when you need the removal of wildlife such as raccoons, squirrels, possums, birds, bats, snakes, or other unwanted creatures. Turner Pest Control provides excellent customer service, so it isn’t surprising that we’re one of Florida’s fastest-growing companies.
We carefully vet, train, and background check our technicians. So, when you contact us for wildlife removal in Sarasota, you can feel confident about the experts we send to your home. They will arrive on time to provide efficient yet courteous service. To get started, please contact us online or call (941) 342-7378.
You can’t tell simply by the sounds because there are multiple possibilities—with likely culprits being rats/mice, squirrels, possums, bats, and raccoons. What’s most important: when you hear the sounds, don’t try to take care of the problem, DIY. You don’t know what problems you’ll encounter with cornered wildlife likely to bite or otherwise react badly. So, contact wildlife removal professionals, and let us take care of the issue for you.
We have a highly effective, personalized Sarasota rodent removal program that uses the best of today’s products and treatments. Because rodent populations can and often do grow exponentially, contact us as soon as you see a couple of these or otherwise suspect their presence.
We know that, when you need wildlife removal services, you need them, ASAP. So, we’ve set up a special inbox so that we can provide you with prompt attention. Please don’t try to DIY.
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