Covenant Wildlife Removal Proudly Serving Fairfield, AL
Fairfield, Alabama, has its fair share of the critter population. As Alabama’s “Old city going in a new direction,” the people of Fairfield enjoy good old-fashioned Southern hospitality, but not for unwanted pests in their homes.
The wildlife critters found in Fairfield are bold and will come right in when given the opportunity. Please keep reading to learn about some of the pests we at Covenant Wildlife Removal have encountered and removed from homes.
The Pesky Critters of Fairfield
If you live in Fairfield, Alabama, you know there are many wooded areas, mountains, and some swamps. There is a perfect habitat for most any type of animal, insect, or other wildlife to thrive. This accommodating environment is excellent for a wildlife removal company, but not so ideal for Fairfield residents.
We know that keeping critters out of your home and yard is a constant battle. That is why we, at Covenant, are here to help. You may see all sorts of animals in Fairfield, including mice, rats, raccoons, opossums, beavers, feral hogs, snakes, and even alligators.
Due to protection regulations, some of these animals must be trapped and relocated. But that is not your concern when you call the professionals at Covenant. We know just which ones can be put down and which need safe and humane relocation.
Insect and Spider Pests
He creepy-crawly pests are often what give homeowners the biggest fright. Many of these are very dangerous and pose a real threat. Fleas, cockroaches, mosquitos, and termites all either carry disease or do significant damage to your home. No one in Fairfield wants that. Regular spraying helps keep these pests at bay.
But the real concern is what lurks in the outdoor shed, under the house, and in the woodpile. One bite from a black widow, brown widow, or a brown recluse will send you to the hospital with intense pain or possible worse. Then there are the four kinds of ticks found in this part of Alabama. And, if that wasn’t enough, there are bees, yellow jackets, red wasps, and hornets swarming around ready to protect their hives. Add in some fire ants and a few scorpions, and it’s a wonder we go outside at all.
Predatory Wildlife Pests
It is a well known and widely feared fact that hungry predatory animals will come lurking around for food. That food may include your family pet. Coyotes, wolves, and panthers will eat pets and any other animal they can get. Chickens, rabbits, geese, ducks, and others, all become incredibly attractive to a hungry predator stalking your yard.
If you encounter this big problem, the wildlife control experts know how to prevent further animal/livestock deaths. Covenant will capture and remove these animals so that they do not cause further damage.
Preventing Wildlife from Entering Your Fairfield Home
Preventing these pests from entering your yard at all is the best way to a happy and healthy life in Fairfield. There are a few things you can do to help the situation:
- Install high fences all around the property if you can, to prevent larger animals from getting into the yard and to protect your pets.
- Enroll in a maintenance program for pest control to keep insects and spiders out.
- Block off or eliminate areas where snakes and rodents would love to nest and hide from the heat.
- Keep yard debris to a minimum, and be sure to trim grass often.
- Remove standing water as best you can to eradicate mosquitoes.
Finally, if you have done all you can and a pesky critter out bests your efforts, there is one more thing you can do. Call Covenant Wildlife Removal to come out and take a look at your area.
The friendly experts at Covenant know just where all the elusive hiding spots will be and how to eliminate them. Technicians will trace the origin of entry, remove hiding spots, trap the animal, and clean up the area.
No more unwanted critters means a happy home. The people of Fairfield know they can trust the expertise and integrity of the team at Covenant.
Contact Covenant Wildlife Removal today to schedule your property walkthrough and discover what more you can do to eliminate unwanted pests.