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Nuisance Wildlife

Northeast Pest Control practices humane and safe Nuisance Wildlife removal in Saratoga county. While these animals are cute they can also be dangerous to small children and homeowners who do not have the training to handle them safely.

Please use a professional service when
dealing with Nuisance Wildlife.

1.) INSPECT:
Wildlife removal technician will arrive to your home in a timely manner once we receive your call and will do a visual inspection. Wildlife removal technician will first look for the following indicators of Nuisance Wildlife: Live animal, feces, damage to proprety, rustling sound. These are all signs that you have Nuisance Wildlife in your home.
Nuisance Wildlife Albany NY
2.) REMOVE & TREAT:
If Wildlife removal technician finds any form of Wildlife we will set up a personalized package just for your home and needs. Wildlife removal packages include removal, treatment, pest proofing, and damage repair. Wildlife removal will use the least evasive method to remove unwanted Nuisance Wildlife removal from your home, providing you with peace of mind that you and your family will be pest free.

3.) WARRANTY:
Many of Northeast Pest Control's Nuisance Wildlife packages include a warranty on our services.

We guarantee your home will be Nuisance Wildlife free.

Raccoons

Raccoons -

are usually classified as a pest species due to their habits of living in human dwellings. READ MORE
MICE AND RATS

MICE AND RATS -

often cause electrical fires in buildings by gnawing through plastic electrical junction boxes. Rats must constantly gnaw on hard objects to cut back their constantly growing incisor teeth.
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BATS

BATS -

have been known to be beneficial because they eat insects. However, they can become a pest when they move into attics, barns and soffit areas of our homes.
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Mole

The Eastern Mole -

(Scalopus aquaticus) is most common in Ohio. Moles are about the size of chipmunks (6-8 inches in length) and can weigh three to six ounces. Each year a mole can have one litter of two to six young, depending on the health of the female.
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