Even if your home was properly insulated, there could still be dangers hidden in the insulation. Rodents, mice, rats, squirrels, and raccoons of all kinds love to nest within the fluffy fibers that keep us warm during the winter months. These pests chew on insulation, tearing it off and gnawing on it before they leave for spring. Their excessive feces can do a lot of harm.
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Animal Damaged Siding & Flashing Repairs
Animals are resilient and strong. They will use any weakness in your home’s flashing and siding to get inside. Unflashed or loose siding can be a gateway for bats and mice – ask the wildlife control operator, who is there all the time. You will be more likely to get more animals into your home if you don’t deal these damages quickly. Add to that the high repair costs and you have more than a headache. This should not happen!
Animals are strong-toothed and will find a way to enter your property if they have the chance. Even small damage like loose siding can be dangerous. They might return later if they feel safe (especially raccoons).
Animal Entry Point Seal Up
AAAC Wildlife Control is able, thanks to its extensive experience and knowledge on the ground, to locate entry points to pests and seal them up with effective materials like wire mesh siding and metal flashing. After this, we can restore your siding’s former glory with siding replacement or painting.
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Animal Damage Chimney Repairs
When was the last time you checked that your chimney is properly sealed? Inadequately sealed chimneys can be attractive to critters, especially if they are unused. Raccoons as well as bats, squirrels and birds can gain entry through roof openings that connect with chimneys. Opossums might climb into fireplaces from below. Animals will become aggressive once their young hatch. You should not attempt to remove the animals yourself. Instead, contact professionals!
A variety of critters can take up residence in your chimney, causing expensive repairs. AAAC Wildlife Control offers preventative solutions if you have noticed an unusual smell coming from the fireplace.
A chimney infestation has many potential hazards to homeowners: odors that linger long after removal; potentially dangerous creatures like bats nesting near children’s bedrooms; costly damage done by squirrels chewing through wires inside walls. For all of these reasons, AAAC Wildlife Control services are available 24 hours a day to assist you in repairing your home or business. Our expert solutions keep wild animals out while keeping our customers safe with site inspections as well as treatments whenever necessary.
We have them under control. AAAC Wildlife Removal will remove any critters. Our licensed restoration team of professionals will also measure and install crown seals or chimney caps for you. We can make recommendations for more complex repairs, so don’t hesitate to ask!
Maintaining & Restoring Air Quality
Your family’s health is at risk from bat and raccoon droppings. The urine and bat guano of these animals could contain high levels of fungal spores, which can cause lung disease such as Histoplasmosis. Raccoons can harbor a deadly parasite in their excrement called Leptospirosis. It causes organ damage through the destruction of red blood cells. Professional animal control specialists can help prevent you from coming in contact with bats or raccoon waste. Experts wear protective clothing when cleaning out an attic to prevent inhalation of mold spores.
AAAC Wildlife Control is a long-standing team that has worked in this field for many years. This allows them to provide fresh, filtered air throughout the process so that you have peace of mind knowing that your attic will be cleaned safely and without any hazards for yourself or your family.
We are also qualified to clean and decontaminate your HVAC system. As mold and bacteria can easily spread from HVAC systems to the rest of the house, it is best that professionals handle this task. AAAC Wildlife Control performs thorough removal using HEPA vacuums as well as specialized detergents.
Gutter & Soffit Repairs
Raccoons and squirrels are great at making the most of what little they have. Gutters are a common means for them to travel up onto your roof. Pests such as rats and birds can nest in gutters once they are inside your fascia or soffit. You should not allow rodents to have access to those openings. They can chew through wires and this will cause fires. Get some repairs done on any damaged gutters today!
AAAC Wildlife Removal is equipped with the knowledge and skills to restore your gutter system. Our technicians have years of experience in dealing with wild animals and repairing any damage they may have caused to your property.
Ridge Vent Guards Installation
The ridge runs along the roof’s side and is the highest point of your house. The ridge’s purpose is to regulate the temperature of your attic. Ridge vents are big enough for bats to fit through. Expert animal damage restoration crews are needed in order to get rid of them without causing structural damage. AAAC Wildlife Removal has many years of experience in handling all aspects of wildlife removal and damage repair.
Animal Damage Roof Repair
The roof is a favorite point of entry for wildlife. You may see shingles, scraps strewn everywhere, holes of various sizes on the lawn or rubbish that has been chewed into the soffit. Most bat damage is done by their urine or guano.
This can lead to another problem: water damage due to animal feces/urine that gets into the building’s framing material such as wood sheathing (This is what gives walls their structural strength) and causes mold growth. If this is not cleaned up quickly enough it will lead to compromised structural integrity. Our animal damage control professionals are trained in roof reconstruction related to wildlife damage including removing damaged material and insulation.
We have the expertise to repair or replace underlayment, leak barriers, sheathing, and torn and damaged roofing shingles, soffits, and attic vents.
Total Wildlife Control Solutions
You can contact us if you’re experiencing any of the problems we have discussed in this article, or if you just want to know more about how to protect your house from wildlife damage. Our team is ready and waiting to help you with all aspects of animal removal and repair. We want to ensure you have a safe environment. We will close any holes left in soffits that are chewed by the animals, as well as any other openings, such as vents or windows where bats can enter.
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If there has already been some kind of an infestation on-site, our restoration professionals will be able to clean up whatever mess was made while also installing new materials so that it doesn’t happen again. Call us today!