Common intruders such as raccoons, rodents, squirrels, and others can find their way into your home. When they do, they can cause problems such as digging up your yard, damaging your home and wiring, and they may even try to make your house their own. Once they have found their way into your attic, crawl space, or other area, they will commonly damage the structure of your home, spread disease, and generally stink up the place while being a serious nuisance.
To determine the type of intruder in your home, a thorough inspection is needed. We detect areas of vulnerability first, and then we can work on a solution to your problems.
A Drake Lawn & Pest Control technician will document what they see on the walkthrough, review a treatment plan with you, and then safely and humanely remove the intruders from your home. Lastly, they will work with you to create a plan to prevent them from coming back.
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After coming to an understanding of your pest problem, the solution may require a technician to actually remove the wildlife from your property. We may use traditional baits and traps. Whenever possible, Drake Lawn & Pest Control chooses to set live traps so they can relocate the animal in a safe and designated area.
Now that we have an understanding of your situation, the solution may include the actual removal of animals. These methods may include traditional traps and baits.
Whenever possible Drake Lawn & Pest Control chooses to set live traps and relocate the animal in a safe and designated area.
Wildlife Control Guaranteed Protection
Drake guarantees to provide any additional necessary re-treatments, should your problems persist, for up to one full year, when Exclusion work has been performed.
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After removing any unwanted pests in your home, your technician will create a plan and instruct you on keeping them from returning. Exclusion work can mean items such as patching, sealing, and securing entry points. Every home is different, and so are the situations, so having a unique plan is the best angle to keep your home secure.
- Gaps and holes in roofing, fascia, soffits, and outer walls
- Roof returns and plumbing vents
- Pipe openings and foundation grates
- Crawl space and garage door openings