Raccoons may be adorable and fun to watch, but their intelligence and cleverness are giving many homeowners in Georgia headaches.
We receive many calls every year about these masked bandits causing trouble among Georgia homeowners, especially when they develop a desire to live near or in our homes. When a raccoon finds its way into your attic, they can cause damage to soffits, siding, insulation, roof vents, air conditioners and contaminate the air through urine and scat.
Wildlife We Manage
Our wildlife program isn’t just for commercial customers, we also specialize in managing residential wildlife such as squirrels, bats, groundhogs, opossums, coyotes, bobcat, fox, beaver, snakes and other nuisance wildlife.
Raccoons, a.k.a "Trash Pandas", can find their way into your attic to have their offspring. While creating a safe space for their young, they can cause damage to your siding, soffits, gutters, and contaminate insulation.
If they are not properly controlled, groundhogs can cause major structural damage to your home or business when burrowing. They can also chew through electrical lines and other pipes.
What Makes Us Different
First things first...
Before we can begin any sanitization or remediation process, the wildlife must be excluded and removed from the structure. The process is harmless to the animal and ensures they can exit safely. Once all wildlife has been removed and your home has been sealed, we can start cleaning and sanitizing the affected space.
Access & Remove
Clean & Sanitize
We make it a priority to clear contaminated materials from your home and return it to a healthy, livable environment. We do this by using the industry’s leading techniques and equipment: vacuums, HEPA filtration systems, moisture reducing fans, safe cleaning products, deodorizers, and advanced breathing equipment.
Prevent & Protect
After we have successfully restored your attic and insulation, our service also includes any necessary repairs and the installation of additional materials to prevent any future wildlife from gaining access to your structure.