Located south of the Twin Cities metro, Belle Plaine is a wonderful area to live. Away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan area, this small town is still buzzing with wildlife and critters. While it’s sometimes refreshing to see these animals outside, it’s important to not provide a place for them to live on or in your property. If you’ve seen evidence of wildlife or pest presence in your home or business, it’s time to call Abra Kadabra Environmental Services.
For more than 15 years, the pest control and wildlife removal pros at Abra Kadabra have been providing high quality wildlife and pest management services. Whether you’re needing help to get rid of carpenter ants in your home, bats in your attic, raccoons out of your soffit, spiders on your dock or squirrels in your attic, our trusted pest & wildlife removal professionals will get the job done quickly and safely.
Our pest technicians who serve the greater Belle Plaine area have comprehensive knowledge of the pests that frequent your area and know how to eliminate them in the most efficient, environmentally friendly way possible. Additionally, our wildlife control professionals have the skills, experience and equipment needed to efficiently get rid of whatever animal is in your home.
If more than one service is needed to remove the pest or wildlife, our tried-and-true programs will quickly rid of the pests and wildlife. Our animal-proofing service will also make sure that whatever animal was removed will stay outside as your home will not allow for any critters to come in.
Licensed in Minnesota, Matt and Michael have their Master Technician Certifications and continue to update their knowledge by earning credits each year in the latest information, statistics, methods and industry trends. Their goal is to help homeowners, apartment owners, landlords, and business owners eliminate pests with as little human exposure to pesticides as possible. They work on single event issues and provide year-round packages, featuring quarterly treatments. They have learned that monthly treatments are unnecessary since it takes 90 days for the chemicals to break down.