Wildlife X Team New Hampshire is a professional wildlife removal company based in New Hampshire. We help homeowners in New Hampshire and surrounding areas solve their wildlife problems. Some of our service areas include Meredith, Alton Bay, Gilford, Iron Works, Hebron, Tilton, Ashland, Salzburg, Belmont, New London, Squam Lake, Silver Lake, and more.
New Hampshire is home to a wide variety of wildlife; including raccoons, opossums, coyotes, skunks, squirrels, among many others. Many of these species have learned to thrive in urban environments, depending on humans for food and shelter. As a result, wildlife-human conflict arises. Our goal at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire is to help homeowners solve their wildlife problems.
With our robust experience and highly skilled professionals, we have helped countless homeowners and we can help you too.
Over the years, we have developed a robust strategy for dealing with wildlife problems, which is guaranteed to solve the root cause. Here’s how we go about wildlife removal at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire.
After a client gives us a call, the first step is to carry out a thorough inspection of their property. This gives us a good grasp of the problem we’re dealing with. We check the attic, chimney, and crawlspaces to see what animals you’re dealing with. Thereafter, we try to identify all of the entry holes. No animal can gain access to your home or property if there isn’t an entry hole.
Different animals have different ways of getting in. Rats and mice can get in through holes smaller than 20 mm. Raccoons look for vulnerable spots in the roof or in the attic so they can break in from there. A chimney without a cap is an open invitation to a variety of animals, including, bats, birds, raccoons, and more.
We then estimate the extent of damage that has been caused by the animal. Animals like raccoons or rodents in the attic will chew on insulation, wires, wood, and other materials. Some animals like bats will pollute the entire area with their droppings (guano). Some animals even raise their young in areas like the attic, chimney, or crawlspace.
Once we have a full grasp of what we’re dealing with, our trained technicians will put together a custom eviction, prevent, or eradication plan to meet your unique needs. If it is a single raccoon that’s living in your attic, then an exclusion device will suffice. However, if it’s residing there with its kits, then trapping might be preferred. Only a wildlife professional company like Wildlife X Team New Hampshire can develop an effective removal strategy.
Based on the plan we’ve drawn up, we get to the actual removal process. For rats and mice, we make use of snap traps to kill them humanely. Animals like squirrels and opossums can be captured and relocated 10 miles away from your home so they won’t return. Exclusion is the most effective way of bat removal. However, it must be done at the right time. Handling wild animals requires care because they are carriers of many zoonotic diseases. That’s why our professionals wear the appropriate clothing to stay safe during the entire process.
The restoration stage aims to get your home to the state it was in before the infestation problem occurred. First, all droppings and remnants left by the animals are removed. Then the entire area is disinfected to kill all germs and bacteria. This also helps to get rid of the terrible odor associated with wild animals. Finally, important repairs are made like replacing insulation, wires, wood, and pipes.
At Wildlife X Team New Hampshire, we are not only keen on helping you get rid of that pesky wildlife. We also want to ensure that the same problem doesn’t happen in the future. That’s why we provide you with a strategy to help keep wild animals away from your property.
Over the years, we’ve helped many homeowners and businesses in New Hampshire deal with their wildlife infestation problems. We can help you too!
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If you’re having any wildlife infestation problem, give us a call today and let us help you fix it. That’s what we do at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire.