We are animal removal experts in the Camp Hill PA area
On the west shore and just south of Harrisburg, Camp Hill is a small, quaint town with many older homes. Of course depending on how well maintained the property is, an older home could mean an increased risk of unwanted animals. People call us most for: Bats, birds, squirrels, groundhogs, and skunks.
We often get called out for bat removal problems along the river. One such animal removal job in Camp Hill involved several bats in an attic space. We went to work inspecting all potential entry points in order to safely remove the bats. With a full inspection we were then able to effectively repair and seal the home to prevent future problems.
Trapping & Removing the Animal
After receiving a call for a pest control problem, the first step to resolving the issue is trapping and removing the animal. At Backyard Wildlife Solutions we only use traps approved by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. This helps to reduce any risk of harm to the animals, while making it quicker and easier to capture the animals.
Repairing & Exclusion After Removal
When you receive an unwanted visitor to your home or property, you likely want to know: how it got in and what you can do to prevent it from happening in the future.
In a lot of cases there will be an entry point that you are or aren’t aware of. It could be a soffit, fascia or siding that wasn’t installed correctly, or requires repair. Some roof and gable vents lend themselves to animal entry.
We will perform a thorough inspection to determine the cause and any other potential entry points that could be used by your unwanted animal visitor.
After this we can then advise and perform the quality repairs that prevent the animal from re-entering.
We do not believe in simple patches and repairs, the best cause of action to prevent the issue from happening again is with quality, tailored repair plans.
If we can we will use original matching components to seal the area and exclude the animal.
Call us for Wildlife Removal in Camp Hill
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