Wildlife Control

Wildlife Control Services for Property Owners

Squirrel poking its head around a tree trunkOur experienced technicians will perform a thorough inspection of the area to determine the type of wildlife causing problems and how they’re getting into your home or business. Nuisance animals like squirrels, raccoons, bats, and other types of wildlife need to be handled uniquely to effectively stop the problem. Our team will perform a comprehensive inspection of your property including the roof, attic, crawlspaces, foundation, and chimney of your building, the most common access areas for rodents and other pests. We will also inspect the surrounding landscaping and any decking on your properly for signs of damage.

Nuisance Wildlife On Long Island

Some of the most common wildlife problems in New York are caused by raccoon and squirrels making themselves at home in your home or business. Bats, rodents, birds and other animals may also require wildlife removal services.

Raccoon Control – Raccoon’s living or active around your home will leave fecal matter and urine that has an offensive smell and can also pose a health hazard. Technicians will remove the buildup of feces from the raccoon den, which may be in your attic, under the deck, inside a wall or soffit, a hole in the ground in your yard, or your chimney. Suburban Exterminator’s wildlife professionals will also assist you in cleaning up the damage caused by raccoons, including preparing paperwork for your insurance company and reinsulating the affected spaces.

Squirrel Control – You may find squirrels living in your attics, soffits, or eaves. While cute running around the yard, these small animals can cause huge damage to the inside of your home, insulation, electric wires, and rafters. Our Long Island wildlife control professionals use exclusion services to prevent squirrel access to your home. Once the squirrels have moved out, we can also provide inspections and estimates to repair points of entry and squirrel damage.

Wildlife Trap Placement Services

Suburban Exterminating uses trapping techniques to capture the offending animals. Our experience allows us to utilize the most effective trap for the animals involved, including the correct bait and proper trap placement to ensure success. Our technicians will analyze the animal activity in the area and place traps in the best location based on our initial inspection. Traps must be monitored on a regular basis and per state guidelines. Trapped animals will be removed from the area and empty traps may be relocated to a better location for efficiency.

Barrier Installation Preventative Solutions

We offer animal exclusion services to prevent wildlife from entering structures on your property. Barriers will be installed on or around the areas animals are gaining entry to the structure. Common areas permitting such access include dryer vents, holes in the foundation and structure, and areas previously damaged by wildlife. Our experienced technicians will determine the type of barrier necessary for different access points in and around your home, including chimney caps, to prevent additional damage.

Animal Exclusion Damage Repair

Instances where damage has already been done to the foundation and structure of a building will require damage repair services prior to the animal barrier installation. Our thorough evaluation services will highlight such damaged areas to ensure safety and prevent additional animal access in the future. Suburban Exterminating offers necessary repair and cleanup for areas damaged by nuisance animals.

Call Suburban Exterminating For Expert Wildlife Control Assistance

Whether bats have taken over your attic or rats have destroyed wiring in your basement, you can rely on the wildlife removal and control services provided by Suburban Exterminating.  Serving Long Island (including Nassau and Suffolk counties), New York City, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, we will provide an initial inspection of the property and offer recommendations with a written estimate for effective wildlife control.