Even if your home was properly insulated, there could still be dangers hidden in the insulation. Rodents and other pests like squirrels, rats, mice, and raccoons all love to nest inside the fluffy fibers that keep us warm in the winter months. These pests destroy insulation by gnawing on it or tearing some off for their nest before they decide to move out at springtime! Their excessive feces can do a lot of harm.
Learn more about Attic Restoration
Animal Damaged Siding & Flashing Repairs
Animals are stubborn and resilient. Any weak points in your home’s flashing or siding can be used by them to gain entry. If you have unflashed areas or siding that is loose, they can become entry points for animals like bats and mice. Ask the wildlife control operator who regularly sees them! You will be more likely to get more animals into your home if you don’t deal these damages quickly. Add in the high cost of repair and you got yourself more than just a headache. Do not let this happen!
Animals are strong-toothed and will find a way to enter your property if they have the chance. Even small damage like loose siding can be dangerous. They might return later if they feel safe (especially raccoons).
Animal Entry Point Seal Up
AAAC Wildlife Control’s experts are able to find entry points for pests using their extensive knowledge and on-site experience. Once they have sealed them off, the team can use effective materials like wire mesh siding or metal flashing to keep them from chewing through the materials. After this, we can restore your siding’s former glory with siding replacement or painting.
Learn more about Wildlife Exclusion
Animal Damage Chimney Repairs
When’s the last time that you have checked that your chimney has been properly sealed? Old or improperly sealed chimneys are irresistible for critters who find them a convenient place to nest, especially if they have been unused. Squirrels and bats can easily enter the roof through the openings between the chimneys. Opossums could also gain access to an open fireplace from below. Once their young hatch, critters can become aggressive so don’t try to get rid of them yourself.
Many critters could take up residence in your chimney. This can lead to expensive repairs. AAAC Wildlife Control offers preventative solutions if you have noticed an unusual smell coming from the fireplace.
Many hazards can be presented by a chimney infestation to homeowners. They could include unpleasant odors that persist long after the damage is done; dangerous creatures like bats nesting nearby children’s rooms; and expensive damage from squirrels eating through wires within walls. For all these reasons and more–AAAC Wildlife Control services are here 24/7 for damage repairs to your home or business when we’re needed most. Our expert solutions keep wild animals away while protecting our customers with treatments and site inspections whenever needed.
We have all the necessary tools to keep them under control. AAAC Wildlife Removal can remove all critters and our licensed restoration team of experts will measure, install chimney caps, crown seals, or any other repair you need! We’ll make recommendations for more intensive repairs too – just ask us about it!
Maintaining & Restoring Air Quality
Bat and raccoon droppings are not just unsightly, they also pose health risks to your family. High levels of fungal spores in guano and urine from these animals can lead to lung disease, such as Histoplasmosis. Raccoon scats can have a deadly nematode called Leptospirosis. This parasite causes organ damage due to red blood cell destruction. Professional animal control specialists are the best option to prevent contact with bat feces or raccoon urine. Because it is essential to keep the air contained in the attic, experts wear protective clothing.
The AAAC Wildlife Control team has been in the game for many years and they know that a negative air system is essential during remediation. They incorporate this in their process to ensure fresh, clean air throughout your attic. This will give you peace of mind that your family is safe.
We are also qualified to clean and decontaminate your HVAC system. As mold and bacteria can spread through your HVAC system and ductwork, it is best to have professionals do this job. AAAC Wildlife Control uses HEPA vacuums, specialized detergents, and even ultraviolet technology to decontaminate crawlspaces.
Gutter & Soffit Repairs
Raccoons and squirrels understand how to get the most out of what they have. It is common for them to climb onto your roof via gutters. Gutters provide an easy path for pests like rats and birds who will nest within your soffit or fascia once inside! The openings invite rodents that chew wires, which can lead to fires. Make sure to get gutter repairs done today!
AAAC Wildlife Removal has all the experience and resources to restore your gutter system. Our technicians have years of experience in dealing with wild animals and repairing any damage they may have caused to your property.
Ridge Vent Guards Installation
The ridge is the highest point of your roof that runs along the side. Its primary function is to regulate temperature and humidity. Because they are big enough to allow bats through, ridge vents are a big hit with them. Expert animal damage restoration crews are needed in order to get rid of them without causing structural damage. AAAC Wildlife Removal is a seasoned company that has extensive experience with this process. We can repair or replace any ventilation systems that have been damaged by animals.
Animal Damage Roof Repair
Wildlife loves to enter the roof. You may find scraps of shingles scattered around the yard, holes of different sizes on your lawn, or trash that was chewed into the soffit of the roof by a raccoon, squirrel, or other animals. Bats do most of their damage through their guano and urine.
These entry points create another problem: water from urine or animal feces that gets into the building’s frame materials, such as wood sheathing resulting in mold growth. This will cause damage to the structural integrity of the building if it is not addressed quickly. Our animal damage control professionals are trained in roof reconstruction related to wildlife damage including removing damaged material and insulation.
We are extremely skilled at the repair and replacement of underlayment and leak barriers, sheathing, torn and damaged shingles, soffits, and attic vents.
Total Wildlife Control Solutions
Please contact us if any of these problems have occurred to you or if you’re just interested in ways to protect your home against wildlife damage. Our team is standing by to help with any aspect of animal removal and/or repair. We want to ensure you have a safe environment. We will close any holes left in soffits that are chewed by the animals, as well as any other openings, such as vents or windows where bats can enter.
We are also skilled at Commercial Wildlife Control
If an infestation has occurred, our restoration professionals can clean up the mess and then install new materials so it doesn’t happen again. Call us today!