Bat & Squirrel Exclusion
Exclusion services are the most thorough, effective way to ensure that your home is 100% pest free. If you have an infestation of bats or squirrels, we’ll safely remove them – and keep them outside where they belong.
How does it work?
In order to ensure that every last bat or squirrel is humanely removed from your home, we seal up all possible entry- and exitways. Then we leave only one path for the animals to leave your home – and make sure they can’t get back in.
Once we’ve made sure your home is 100% pest free, we will unseal your home and return you to a safe, clean space. Depending on the size of your home and infestation, this process can take up to 2 – 3 weeks.
Humane & Efficient
No animals are harmed during the exclusion process. Over the course of a couple weeks, we ensure that all nuisance animals are safely removed from your home – and that they won’t come back.
All of our squirrel and bat exclusion work is fully guaranteed, backed up by a 10 year warranty.
While our exclusion services are perfect for bats and squirrels, our trapping services are better suited to racoons, skunks, opossums, and other such critters.
We comply with all state and federal laws regarding the humane removal and ethical treatment of animals.
How do I know if I have a pest problem?
Look for these key indicators
Unless a mouse runs across your kitchen floor while you’re getting a cup of coffee, it can be difficult to tell if you have an unwelcome guest. Here are a few signs that you might have wildlife living in your home.
The easiest clue that you have a problem with wildlife are visual remains. Holes in the wall, droppings in your home, wrecked food gardens and turned-out sod or topsoil are just a few signs that you have a wildlife problem.
Many of the pests that invade homes in the Upper Valley are nocturnal. They’ll lie low until the coast is clear, emerging late at night to hunt for food. Listen for scratching or chewing sounds.
No, your house isn’t haunted – but critters might have chewed through your electrical wires. Raccoons, mice, squirrels, and other pests will often gnaw at (and sometimes chew through) wiring in your attic or walls.
If you have had pests living in your home for a longer period of time, their feces and urine will accumulate. This results in a foul, lingering odor. If you smell waste, contact us right away – prolonged exposure to animal remains can have adverse effects on your health.