Critters

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Skunk

Skunks can be found living in crawlspaces, under front and rear porch, patio, and basements in homes and businesses. Skunks also take up residence under sheds, in hot tubs and outbuildings.

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Beaver

Beavers will set up home any place that has a year round slow-moving water source with plenty of mud and trees.  Lakes, ponds, swamps, wetlands, ditches, drains, and natural springs all make great habitats for them. Beavers will damage landscaping and will alter waterways which my cause flooding.

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Raccoon

Raccoons really love to explore your trash can attempting to find food. Raccoons are nocturnal animals that will damage your lawn as they dig for grubs and worms. Raccoons will make dens in your attic. They will tear into your roof to search for ways inside. The smell of raccoon urine and droppings can and will be very strong.

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Squirrel

The squirrel is a rodent, their front teeth always grow causing the squirrel to constantly chew to keep their teeth sharp and at a manageable level.
Squirrels in an attic, will chew on wiring, support beams, roof braces and electrical fixtures. They can destroy your insulation by trampling it, pushing it down, which reduces your R-factor. Squirrel urine and fecal matter will also collect in your insulation. Squirrels also cause damage in drywall by digging holes in the ceiling. If you hear chewing or scratching in your attic don’t hesitate to call us.

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Bat

Bats are the only mammals that can truly fly. Bats are one of the best means of insect control that is known to man. However, this does not make it acceptable to have bats in the attic or in other parts of your home or office building. There are several different types of bats.

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Birds

Some of the more popular birds that can become a nuisance are pigeons, sparrows, starlings, crows, geese, and seagulls. Birds can become a problem in many areas of your property. Birds can often be found building nests in garages, attics, sheds, chimneys, and soffits. If they aren’t removed quickly, birds can create a great deal of damage.