When animals get into buildings, they do damage. That's one of the main reasons why people call us to remove animals from their property. The longer they're living in your home, the more damage they do, and the more costly it becomes to take care of the problem.
Trapping animals without repairing the problems that allowed them to get into your building in the first place, however, is a waste of time. Unless we seal animals out of your home, new animals will get in almost as quickly as the old animals are removed. That's why most animal-removal jobs also require animal damage repair and exclusion work ("animal-proofing")after the animals are trapped and removed.
In the animal control profession, we call repairs or modifications made specifically to keep wild animals out of your home or property wildlife exclusion or animal-proofing. Doing animal exclusion right the first time around makes all the difference in preventing repeat visits by bats, birds, squirrels, raccoons, rodents, and other nuisance animals — not to mention the costly damage that these animals cause.
We provide a wide range of animal damage repair and animal-proofing services. No matter what kind of animal has moved into your attic, roof soffits, church steeple, crawl space, basement, barn, or shed, we can remove the animals and keep them out of your home or building.
Even if you don't presently have an animal problem, we can also help you keep animals out of your home by inspecting it and, if needed, animal-proofing it. This is something you may want to consider if you've just purchased or built a new home: It's a lot easier (and less expensive) to keep bats, rats, raccoons, squirrels, and other nuisance animals from getting into your home in the first place than it is to clean up the mess and fix the damage once they've already gotten in.
A handyman painted right over this squirrel hole. Unbelievable.
First of all, you do have a choice. We'll never pressure you into using our animal damage repair and exclusion services. If you want, we'll simply point out the things that need to be fixed to prevent animals from getting into your home, and you can hire a local carpenter, roofer, or other tradesman to do the actual work. You can even do the work yourself if you like, like the owner of the house in the picture on the right did.
But you'll probably save money by hiring us to do the job right the first time around.
The fact is that most amateur animal exclusion work done by people who aren't wildlife control experts just isn't done right. Animal-proofing a home or other building requires an in-depth understanding of the biology, habits, and capabilities of wild animals. Even skilled carpenters often overlook openings that, from an animal's point of view, look like Interstate 75.
Improper or incomplete wildlife exclusion won't keep animals out of your home. It'll just give you a false sense of security, while leaving your home at risk for structural damage, fires from animals chewing through electrical wires, damage to sored items, and disease-causing parasites carried by wild animals.
Here are some more good reasons to choose Rid-A-Critter as your animal exclusion and damage repair company:
We're the Experts in wildlife control and wild animal exclusion in the North Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama areas. Through years of experience, we've learned to "think like" the animals we deal with. We'll be sure to find — and seal — every last nook, cranny, crack, gap, or hole that animals may use to gain entry.
Our Pricing is Competitive. We know you have choices, and we want your business. So we make do our best to keep the cost of our animal-removal and animal damage-control services fair and competitive, while still doing high-quality work.
Our Work is Warranted. We stand behind our work with the industry's best warranty, and we are fully insured for the work we do. We'll do your animal-proofing work the way it should be done, and we'll be here to stand behind our work.
You may have become a customer of ours by chance, but you will continue to be our customer by choice because of our experience and expertise.
Whether you need to repair damage already by wildlife, or simply want to prevent animal damage from happening in the first place, please contact us for the best, highest-quality, fully warranted animal damage repairs and exclusion in the region.
Here are pictures of just a few of the animal-proofing and animal damage repair jobs we've done throughout North Georgia.
Carrolton, Georgia animal exclusion job
Shoddy repairs by one of our competitors
Squirrel Damage to a Doll's Head in an Attic
Squirrel hole in an attic in Doraville, Georgia
Fire waiting to happen due to rodent activity
Squirrel damage to a roof in Hephzibah
Water damage and animal problems often coexist
Animal damage by air conditioning lines in Hampton
Another do-it-yourself squirrel-proofing job
Animal damage repair in Gainesville, Georgia
Soil pipes sealed up to keep the animals out
How animals got into a house in Morgantown
Animal entry gap behind frieze board in Alpharetta
Gaps between the shingles in Commerce
Water damage can lead to animal problems
Gaps in construction allow animals into homes
Installing animal-proof crawl vent in Fortson
Rodent damage to a clothes dryer duct
Failed DIY animal-proofing attemp in Aplpharetta
Huge hole in soffit allowed squirrels into home
Huge construction gap at an Alpharetta home
Failed handyman animal-proofing in Lawrenceville
Animal entry gap in freeze board in Cumming
Rats gnawed their way through this basement vent
Poorly done animal exclusion by a competitor
Sealing bats out of a college in Georgia
Big squirrel hole in a roof in Alpharetta, Georgia
Squirrel damage to the roof of a home in Roswell
Animal proofing a home in Alpharetta, Georgia
Animal damage repair and exclusion in Canton
Bat-proofing a commercial building in Gainesville
Jason and Dean bat-proofing a large hospital
With offices throughout the region, Rid-A-Critter has the tools and personnel to handle any animal exclusion or animal damage repair job, so please call us today for an inspection and estimate.