Wildlife X Team New Hampshire utilizes strategic methods of habitat modification and exclusion to prevent wildlife from entering your home or property. Habitat modification involves making notable changes that will limit access to food, water, and shelter to nuisance animals. Exclusion tactics are ways to prevent these animals. It may involve sealing up entry holes, installing chimney caps, or placing screens over vents.
When dealing with a wildlife infestation problem, an adequate understanding of animal behavior is necessary to be successful. Improper or poorly implemented control techniques can result in more problems, like causing animals to be trap-shy or bait-shy. Also, it may lead to the capture of unintended wildlife, which fails to address the root cause. But at Wildlife X Team New Hampshire, we understand the biology of these wildlife pests and are equipped with the tools required to create a viable prevention plan.
Trapping and removal may bring you temporary relief from your wildlife problems. But if you’re concerned about implementing a strategy that will prevent wildlife infestations in the long-term, then you need a professional wildlife control company to develop an effective strategy.
At Wildlife X Team New Hampshire, we start by finding the potential entry holes. Bats, raccoons, or squirrels in the attic, birds in the chimney, rats, and mice in the ceilings, and opossums and woodchuck removal in the crawlspaces are all there because they either found or created an entry hole. After dealing with the entry holes, we put measures in place to prevent future wildlife infestations.
Here are some of the examples of what we do:
For homeowners in New Hampshire, here are some of the tips we recommend to help prevent wildlife infestation problems:
Preventing wildlife ultimately boils down to making your property unattractive to these critters. It is primarily accomplished by eliminating both food and shelter sources. Contact Wildlife X Team New Hampshire today to help you implement control strategies that will prevent wildlife problems.