Even if your home has insulation, there are still hazards. 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 wreak havoc in the insulation by chewing or tearing it to build their nests, and then they will move on come spring! And even though they may not cause physical harm themselves, their excessive feces can still do plenty of harm.
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Animal Damaged Siding & Flashing Repairs
Animals are resilient and strong. They can use any weak spots in your home’s siding or flashing to get inside. Loose siding or unflashed areas act as animal entry points for mice and bats – just ask the wildlife control operator who sees them all the time! You will be more likely to get more animals into your home if you don’t deal these damages quickly. Add to this the high cost of repairs, and you will have more than just headaches. Don’t allow this to happen!
Animals have sharp teeth, so they can chew their way into your property.
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.
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Animal Damage Chimney Repairs
How long ago was it since you last checked that your chimney was properly sealed? Chimneys that have not been sealed properly or are old can attract critters looking for places to nest. Raccoons as well as bats, squirrels and birds can gain entry through roof openings that connect with chimneys. Opossums might climb into fireplaces from below. Once their young hatch, critters can become aggressive so don’t try to get rid of them yourself.
A variety of critters can take up residence in your chimney, causing expensive repairs. If you’ve noticed a strange odor coming from the fireplace or have seen droppings around it, contact AAAC Wildlife Control for an inspection and preventative solution!
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 of these reasons and many more, AAAC Wildlife Control services can be reached 24/7 to provide emergency repairs for your home or commercial property. Our professional solutions keep wild animals away and protect our customers with on-site inspections and treatments when necessary.
We got the critters under control. AAAC Wildlife Removal will remove any critters. Our licensed restoration team of professionals will also measure and install crown seals or chimney caps for you. We can also make recommendations for more extensive repairs – ask us!
Maintaining & Restoring Air Quality
Your family’s health is at risk from bat and raccoon droppings. High levels of fungal spores in guano and urine from these animals can lead to lung disease, such as Histoplasmosis. Raccoon scat can carry a dangerous nematode called Leptospirosis. Red blood cells are destroyed by this parasite, causing organ damage. Hiring professional animal control experts is the best way to avoid any contact with bat or raccoon feces. Because it is essential to keep the air contained in the attic, experts wear protective clothing.
AAAC Wildlife Control has been in the game for many years. We know the importance of a negative atmosphere during remediation. This allows them to provide fresh, filtered air throughout the process so that you have peace of mind knowing that your attic will be cleaned safely and without any hazards for yourself or your family.
Our HVAC technicians are also experts in decontaminating your HVAC system and air ducts. As mold and bacteria can easily spread from HVAC systems to the rest of the house, it is best that professionals handle this task. 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. They will often climb up onto your roof through gutters. Gutters are a great way for birds and pests to nest inside your fascia, soffit, or roof. The openings invite rodents that chew wires, which can lead to fires. Make sure to get gutter repairs done today!
AAAC Wildlife Removal has the means and experience to restore your gutter system. Our technicians are trained in the removal of wildlife and repairs to any damage done by wild animals.
Ridge Vent Guards Installation
The ridge runs along the roof’s side and is the highest point of your house. Its function is simple. It regulates temperature and humidity in your attic. Because they are big enough to allow bats through, ridge vents are a big hit with them. A professional animal damage restoration crew will be needed to remove them safely and without causing damage to the house’s structure. AAAC Wildlife Removal has many years of experience dealing with wildlife removal. This includes ventilation system damage repair and replacement.
Animal Damage Roof Repair
The roof is a favorite point of entry for wildlife. You might find shingles, scraps left behind, holes in the lawn of various sizes, and rubbish that has been chewed into your roof by a squirrel or raccoon. The majority of damage bats cause is done through their urine and guano.
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 can lead to structural integrity problems if it isn’t dealt with quickly. Our experts in wildlife damage prevention are certified to repair roofs, as well as remove insulation and damaged material.
We are experts in the repair and replacement of underlayment or leak barriers, sheathings, sheathings, torn and damaged shingles, attic vents, soffits, and soffits.
Total Wildlife Control Solutions
If you have been experiencing any of the issues we discussed or are just interested in learning more about how to protect your home from wildlife damage, please contact us! Our team is available to assist you in all aspects of animal removal or repair. We want you and your family to be safe.
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Our restoration experts will remove any evidence of infestation and also install new materials to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Get in touch with us today!