Wildlife Management & Removal
Port City Pest performs wildlife management and removal, as well as preventative measures to prevent your home or premises from getting invaded. While animals, birds, bats and other wildlife are an important part of the environment and ecosystem, they don’t belong in the home. If you are a homeowner or business owner experiencing critters invading your property, professional wildlife management is your best choice.
Port City Pest are staffed with certified Wildlife Damage Control Agents and are here to help you and your loved ones. Do not hesitate to contact us and be aware that most wildlife can cause damage and disruption to you most valuable investments. Wildlife are unvaccinated and can create health hazards to your home and pets. Safety is paramount in solving wildlife situations that arise on your property and Port City Pest strives in professionalism and humane removal.
Wildlife Damage Control
Wildlife is an important part of the environment and ecological community, but when wild animals find their way into urban areas they can arise major problems. As you may already know, wild animals are not like domestic cats and dogs. They can cause a lot of damage to homes if animal damage control is not instigated as soon as possible.
We are your local Wildlife damage control experts, and you can count on us for the following services to keep critters out of your property:
- Chimney caps
- Attic fan covers
- Gable vent screening
- Crawl space clean out
- Vapor barrier installation
- Foundation vent screening
- Bird repelling ribbons and balloons
- Wildlife damage repair
- And more…
All of the above will help keep wildlife out of your home and prevent them from invading your property. Call 910-789-1212 today to discuss your options for Wildlife damage control.
Bat Exclusion and Removal
Bats can be a nuisance and sometimes considered dangerous especially found inside your home. Often biting you in your sleep and goes unreported. Bats are also one of the top rabies vectors and need to removed immediately. Although bats are actually an integral part of the ecosystem, helping to reduce mosquito populations, they shouldn’t be in living areas, and that’s where expert bat removal and bat exclusion services need to be implemented.
You do not want bats indoors, attics and urban areas. They are a real health risk, especially the guano they leave behind causing respiratory issues and histoplasmosis.