Commercial Wildlife Services Removal and Prevention

Commercial Wildlife Services, Animal Control, Removal and Prevention

Wildlife can be beautiful to look at. However, animals could be dangerous if they are on your commercial property or too close to your place of business. Have you noticed more animals in the front or back of your commercial space? It’s possible you may have a garden or pest issue that is appealing to these creatures. It’s important to know which forms of wildlife are living close to your property. It is also important to learn what the most effective ways are to eliminate them. This could increase your ability to keep your team members and customers protected.

Animal Control and Animal Removal Services

There are lots of animals, such as bats, birds, squirrels, and raccoons, that will often create homes on your personal property. They may also live in various places on your business’ property. However, they’ll also build nests in the walls or attic of your building. This could be a major issue during the colder months of the year. Some creatures also nest in buildings during the spring and summer since this is when many of them give birth.

Animals can pose a number of issues. They often make a mess by tracking food into the crevices of your building. Animals also leave waste, and there is a chance this waste could contain a variety of viruses. The creatures can sometimes leave a foul odor in your office space or on your property. When these small creatures get into the hidden places of your commercial space, they can chew on wires and insulation. This can lead to expensive repairs for your company.

There are a few suggestions you can implement to prevent the animals from entering your office space. You can also try these suggestions if they’re on your property. Take a good look inside and outside your building. Look around the doors and windows to determine if you need to seal or replace the wood. For instance, bats are able to enter your commercial space through a crack that is as small as a half-inch. Check for vent screens in your siding or roof. Holes and worn siding are also easy ways for pests to enter. If your building has an attic, you should inspect it for small holes and openings. You should make sure you cover and properly install the attic exhaust fan as well.

In addition to a pest commercial wildlife removal and prevention service, you may also want to hire a tree service. The tree trimmers can shape your trees to prevent raccoons and squirrels from getting into industrial or administrative workspaces. You can also get rid of raccoons in the yard by making sure you cover your outdoor garbage cans with a secure lid. It may be best to put your trash out in the morning since raccoons are night scavengers. If you allow pets at your company and have a flap-style door for your furry friends, be careful. This could become an easy entryway for other small animals that are living on your property. Electronic doors are usually a safer option.

Local Wildlife Removal

Getting wildlife safely off your property is a must. This is especially important if there are predatory animals that may attack your employees, customers or pets. A professional wildlife removal team is necessary to find the animals and set up traps or bait to contain them. There are several methods that make this process effective, such as humane traps, bait, and luring techniques. Wildlife relocation is another humane way to ensure these creatures don’t appear near your business again. We at NJ Pest Control don’t believe in killing the animals. Instead, we’ll remove them and transport them to space where they can live in a natural habitat.

Contact NJ Pest Control if you have wildlife on your property that you want or need to get rid of. We’ll thoroughly inspect your commercial property and let you know which animals could potentially be living there. Our team is also here to answer any questions you have about keeping your home safe for your family as well. Call us, email us or use our easy contact form today to get a quote based on your concerns, and to set up a wildlife animal control consultation.