Wildlife X Team New Hampshire offers wildlife removal services to homeowners and businesses in New Hampshire. Our service area includes Meredith, Alton, Alton Bay, Center Harbor, Plymouth, Sunapee, Silver Lake, and other surrounding neighborhoods.
New Hampshire fosters a thriving ecosystem of plants, animals, and people. Unfortunately, the warm, humid summers and cold winters lead to conflict between residents and wild animals. From squirrels running around the yard, to raccoons breaking into the attic to raise their young, these wild animals cause a lot of troubles for homeowners.
Wildlife removal is the process of selective removal of nuisance individuals or a population of certain species of wildlife. Many of these animals have acclimatized to human settlements as they’ve adapted to take advantage of the food and shelter we provide.
Some of the most prevalent nuisance animals of New Hampshire include bats, beavers, bears, chipmunks, coyotes, foxes, opossums, moles, porcupines, rabbits, raccoons, skunks, snakes, tree squirrels, deer, woodchucks, and woodpeckers.
At Wildlife X Team New Hampshire, our team of equipped professionals can help you deal with your wildlife problem. Moreover, we customize a solution to keep them from coming back. You’ll have full control of your home in no time.
Due to wildlife/human conflicts, nuisance pests cause several damages for homeowners in the New Hampshire area. Here are some of the most common ones:
Many of these animals are quite adept at causing immense damage. A raccoon in the attic will rip apart insulation to build its nest. A rodent will chew on insulation, wood, wires, and even pipes. When the insulation is damaged, heating/cooling efficiency reduces, and that means an increase in energy bills. An exposed wire places a building at risk of an electrical fire. Damaged wood weakens the structural integrity of the building.
Other animals like moles and groundhogs will burrow into the ground and damage the landscape. They will also find their way into crawlspaces like under the porch, shed, and patio. Many of these animals will even destroy the crops in your garden.
Wildlife animals also leave a mess. They will bring in rubbish, twigs, leaves, and more into your yard or attic. Moreover, they litter the entire area with their droppings. Coupled with their urine, it gives off a strong pungent odor that reduces the air quality.
Even in some scenarios, a wild animal may die in a hidden spot within your property. Aside from attracting flies, maggots, and other insects like cockroaches, it gives off a noisome odor that causes great discomfort for homeowners. Locating such carcasses can be difficult but we can help you with that at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire.
Many of the wild animals endemic to New Hampshire carry a lot of zoonotic diseases that place homeowners at risk. Some of these include rat-bite fever, rabies, tularemia, toxocariasis, and leptospirosis, among many others.
With our wealth of expertise, we are adept at wildlife removal. We help our clients create a customized wildlife control plan that will help them eradicate their problems. Here’s the process we adopt.
First, we critically examine your property so that we can figure out the root cause of your problem. For instance, if you have a rodent infestation problem, we look for all the potential entry holes (even those as small as the diameter of a dime – a mouse can get through holes that small). We then determine the extent of damage that has been done.
This is typically the hard part because it requires a good understanding of animal behavior to implement effective strategies that will get rid of them. For instance, if you have a bat colony in your attic, we cannot remove them during the hibernation or birthing season. We wait until all the babies are grown enough to fly (around 3 weeks), before sealing all the entry holes and installing an exclusion device on the last hole. When the bats go out at night to feed, they’re unable to get back in, so they look for another place to reside. A wildlife professional company like Wildlife X Team New Hampshire can help you implement a removal method that will get the job done effectively.
After getting rid of the problem, we get rid of all the remnants of the wild animal. We then disinfect the entire space to kill all the germs and bacteria to prevent the risk of diseases. Thereafter, we repair all the damages that might have been done. This may include replacing the insulation, installing a chimney cap, fixing a roof tile, repairing some electrical wires, and so on.
At Wildlife X Team New Hampshire, we do not stop at just getting rid of the problem. We also implement an effective control strategy that will ensure that you do not face the same problem in the future. We give our clients peace of mind!