We are Newark Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Newark, NJ. When you contact our wildlife removal company, you will be treated to excellent customer care. This is part of our commitment as a family-run business that maintains strong community relationships. That top customer care extends to fulfilling legal requirements and going beyond. We are fully licensed as well as insured, which includes commercial liability insurance. This allows for protection of property for all clients, both residential and commercial. During the process of removing animals from your property, we will never use poisons. Our experience and training have shown poison to be ineffective as well as inhumane. Instead, we stick to proven humane methods to control wildlife. Our use of humane methods applies to all situations, including when we remove critters that are destroying your garden or landscape, such as moles or other animals that dig. We also stick to humane methods when it comes to rodent control, resolving the issue at its source instead of just removing the critters. This involves finding how the rodents got inside and sealing those entry points shut. Our company is among the biggest wildlife control Call us now at 862-242-5216 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
About Pest Animal Newark and Our Services:
Animals like humans need food and shelter the survive. As urbanization forced them out of their natural habitat, their presence has become more prominent in urban and rural areas. They will be moving to our chimney, attic, garage, basement, bedroom, and kitchen. They will also be attracted to possible food sources such as birdseed, pet food, and garbage bin. During this time, your house will not be safe for you and your family.
What to Expect If Animals Invaded Your House
It is important that you know the things that you should expect when the animal establish their den inside your house. This will help you develop a comprehensive control method that will solve your issues. If you suspect that the animal is ill, you should allow the professional to deal with this matter.
The first thing you should do is to know which animal has invaded your property. This will help you identify the right strategy to control their infestation. You will have to develop a habit of regularly checking for the possible opening of the exterior part of your house. Check your roof, the vents, basement and porch and be sure to seal them using appropriate materials. Invest on a garbage can that comes with a secured locking mechanism. The trashcan made from metal would be highly resistant on the attack of the animals. If you have pets, feed them inside to avoid attracting the attention of the animals.
You need to determine how these animals are getting inside your house. You should block their entry points using materials such as mesh wires and hardware cloth. Sheet metal would also be effective deterrent against them. Use chimney cap that is made from durable material to prevent them from entering through your chimney. Before conducting any removal or exclusion method, be sure to familiarize yourself on the existing laws since there are some animals that are protected under the existing regulations. Harming, disturbing, possessing, selling the animals, their nest, or their roosting ground whether intentionally or unintentionally is prohibited under the law. In case you are concerned about the zoonotic diseases that they may carry; the wildlife control agency will be armed with protective gears to remain safe during the process.
Mothballs should never be used in deterring the animals since they are not designed in that manner. For people that are planning to use pesticide, remember that toxic products are indiscriminate killer and you will not have a complete control over it. Be sure to use products that are intended for home-use.
Problems related with wild animals can sometimes be complex. Unless you have the experience, knowledge, and equipment, you should never handle this personally. Even the traditional trapping method can be ineffective if you do not know how to appropriately set them up and place them. For the commercially available products, be sure to follow the instruction of the manufacturer. Removing them during the initial phase of the infestation will enable you to stay away from costly damages.