All manner of wildlife can post a pest control problem – even the ones that sound relatively harmless. If you’re concerned about birds, bees, or other potential pests around your home, we can help you evaluate the situation and decide how to handle it.

Birds and other wildlife. While they can be fun to watch, birds and other types of wildlife can damage your home. If they’ve selected the porch, roof, or other parts of your home as their nesting site, you might find yourself dealing with unsightly messes or even damage to the structure. And since some species of wildlife can cause us harm, you can never be too cautious regarding the types of critters that may infest your home.

Removal of wildlife can be tricky, due to environmental regulations at the local, state, or even national level. Consulting with an experienced pest control service can help to ensure that you don’t accidentally overstep any legal boundaries or unknowingly damage the local ecology. You also want to protect yourself against potential injuries from wildlife, which can be unpredictable.

Birds and other animals tend to choose consistent locations for their nests. When we come out to secure your property, we will check the most common hotspots such as:

  • Plumbing and dryer vents
  • Eaves and gutters
  • Foundation grates/pipes
  • Gaps between the roof and walls

Wildlife can be discouraged from nesting in these locations, so that the problem does not recur.

“Bees” and other flying insects. Bees provide an invaluable service to our environment, and without them many plants would not be able to pollinate. However, honey and Africanized bees are a different story, and can create a problem around your home or office. If you’ve noticed a buzzing sound on the exterior of your home or business, one of our state-licensed technicians can asset your specific situation.

Other flying, stinging insects range from nuisances to outright dangers. Some nest in the ground, while others build elaborate structures on walls, eaves, porch ceilings, and more. Their stings can be painful and trigger allergic reactions. If you’ve noticed a nest of these insects around your home, dealing with them yourself can be dangerous.

No matter the cause of your annoyance or concern, our pest control service can evaluate the situation and issue a quick response. Call us at the first sign of a problem with birds, bees, or any other concerning wildlife.