We operate a complete-service nuisance wildlife pest control firm, specializing in conflicts between people and wild animals. We do far more than just trap and remove animals. We supply a comprehensive and permanent solution for your critter problem. For example, if you've got animals living in your house, we do not simply trap and remove them.
|Address||219 Harvard Avenu E #204|
|Phone Number||(206) 799-6403|
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Friendly Service: It is important that the customer be treated with courtesy and respect. Many wildlife issues are distressing to the homeowner, and I take the time to listen to the problem and carefully explain the solution in an informative manner. Professional Work: Many companies in this field employ inferior tactics and do shoddy repair work. I take great pride in attentiveness to detail and in quality craftsmanship. The work will be done in a professional manner, with great care taken to be neat and clean, to protect your property, to make repairs look great, and to avoid any headaches for you.
Repair Services: Our repairs are a fundamental part of a complete wildlife abatement process. If you've got animals entering your attic or any part of your home, they're coming in through holes in the architecture. The animals may have created some of these holes themselves. We identify all of these areas, and seal them shut permanently. Attic Cleanup Services: The animals living in your home or attic are wild, and they leave behind their dirty wild animal waste, such as feces and urine. We thoroughly clean up this waste, and decontaminate the dirty zone.
Nuisance Concerns: Most of the nuisance regarding skunks revolves around the odor. Skunks will often choose to live in urban areas, such as under porches or decks, and during mating season, will often spray. Skunks will also raid garbage cans and pet food, and pose a risk to spray pets. If your pet has been sprayed by a skunk, mix a compound of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and soap, and bathe the pet in this mixture right away. What kind of bait is used for catching a skunk - Skunks are scavengers for the most part, so almost any food item in a cage trap has a good chance of luring in a skunk.
Bat Biology: The most common bats that we deal with here in Seattle area the Little Brown Bat (Myotis lucifugus) and the Big Brown Bat (Eptesicus fuscus). The Little Brown has a wingspan of about 7 inches. The Big Brown has a wingspan of about 12 inches. Both look similar, with velvety brown bodies and darker faces. Both are insectivorous. They roost during the day, oftentimes in colonies inside buildings, and emerge at dusk to drink water and feed on insects. These bats can eat almost half of their body weight in insects per night.