Are you currently housing a four-legged wild animal in your house walls? Or maybe a winged creature is coming and going from your home attic area and leaving damage behind.
Whether we’re in the hot summer season or the cold winter months, there are specific animals that affect homes and businesses during these seasons. During the warm summer months, mosquitos, bats, muskrats, wasps, beavers, moles and other wildlife are common disruptions in your home. However, during the cold winter months, mice, rats, spiders, squirrels and other pests try to enter your home in order to escape the cold weather.
Even though it may seem like one or two critters in your attic or walls may not be a huge problem or cause a lot of damage to your insulation, think again. Wildlife living in your walls, soffit, attic or outside on the peak of your home can be harmful to your family and employees’ health. Many of these animals leave behind feces, urine and disease, and can cause major damage to your property. Instead of leaving the animal in your home or trying to remove it yourself, call our professional pest removal tema to get rid of the animals in a safe manner.
For all of your pest control, wildlife removal, exclusion and disinfection needs in the greater Young America area, contact the professionals at Abra Kadabra Environmental Services. Our trusted pest and wildlife control technicians will remove the animals quickly and efficiently, leaving your home or business with peace of mind.
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.