When you have wildlife control problems, a solution can’t wait.
When wildlife gets into your Tampa home, they can wreak havoc and even spread diseases to your family and pets. Specifics will depend upon which ones, exactly, you’re dealing with. Raccoons, squirrels, and possums, for example, will act differently from bats, birds, and snakes.
No matter what problems you’re experiencing, it takes experience to safely remove them. Fortunately, when you need wildlife removal in Tampa, our professional team is here to help. In fact, we’ve set up a special message box so we can promptly respond. Or you can call (813) 565-7333
Wild animals, across species, typically seek food, water, and shelter—as well as somewhere to reproduce. They can often find what they need in Tampa homes, garages, and other outbuildings. Wildlife are likely to seek shelter during hurricanes and other storms but also need a place to live, year-round.
Different species cause different problems. Here are some examples from wildlife commonly found in Florida.
They damage homes include 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 Tampa, 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.
Whether your Tampa home and property have been free from wildlife problems or if you’ve just had professional wildlife removal in Tampa, you’ll want to keep them away. Here are helpful wild life prevention tips:
Sometimes, you’ll see evidence of animals first. You might notice chew marks, find evidence of waste, or hear scratching sounds at night. If you suspect wildlife presence, just let us know. We’ll provide you with a free home inspection to identify the species and make personalized recommendations.
We’ve been helping families like yours for more than fifty years, providing highly effective pest control and outstanding customer service. As one of the fastest-growing companies in Florida and South Georgia, we won’t rest on our laurels. The Turner Pest Control experts in Tampa will continue to work hard to earn your business and prove that we’re the smart choice.
The benefits of choosing us for your wildlife removal in Tampa include our professionally trained, carefully vetted, background-checked technicians. Plus, our customers appreciate our ongoing innovation, prompt courteous service, and reliable appointment times.
First, they may be looking for shelter, whether that’s because of storms or because they’re looking for somewhere to build a nest to reproduce. Next, they can be attracted to food sources. This could include bowls of pet food that you put in your backyard or, when they find ways to get inside, the food in your kitchen and pantry. Wild animals also need water, so leaky faucets and pipes can provide what they need. So can your pet bowls. If you suspect or know you have a wildlife problem, just let us know. We can handle the wildlife control you need and advise you how to help keep them away.
We offer a rodent extermination program where we quickly address your current population. We know that an infestation of rats or mice needs a rapid response, and that’s exactly what we provide. Our trained technicians can then share strategies to keep them away: from eliminating entry points to removing food and water sources and more, Our experienced team offers fast, friendly service, using the most up-to-date products and methods to solve your problem, STAT.
If raccoons are on your property, you can use strategies to keep them from getting inside. Close up entry points, prevent them from getting into garbage cans, and so forth. Once they’re inside your home, professional wildlife removall is the safe choice. Raccoons can carry rabies and other diseases and, as wild animals, can react badly if feeling cornered. Our technicians, though, are trained in how to trap and remove them in highly effective ways.
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