House guests in Hoover are lovely, but if you have critters that are trying to make your home their palace, you’re going to need some help. Not only can wildlife in your home become dangerous when cornered, but they can make a terrible mess.
In addition, unwanted animals in your home can damage your trim boards and even cause dangerous electrical problems. Here in Hoover, Alabama Covenant Wildlife wants your home to be free of unwanted wildlife.
We Eradicate Your Wildlife Problem in Hoover
The most intrusive animals build themselves a nest in your space. They do this by burrowing into your insulation, chewing through the trim at your roofline, and leaving their waste behind.
After the first step of trapping the unwanted animal, we determine how they got into your home and seal up cracks. We can help you replace damaged boards and repair holes in the fascia. Finally, we find the nest and remove the mess.
Depending on what’s moved in, this can mean getting rid of a lot of waste and urine. Remember, the animal that you were unwillingly hosting was trying to make the space theirs.
Repairing the Damage
Once the animal is gone and can’t get back in, our professionals tackle the home they made. We can help you by hauling off old, fouled insulation, treating the area for odors and pheromones.
The invasive animals in your home may have served as hosts to other pests, including fleas and mites. Our services leave your attic free of waste and other odors that will attract the pest back.
Proper execution of wildlife removal Hoover also means that the fleas and mites will be exterminated. Finally, your old insulation will be removed and replaced with fresh material.
Tracking Their Path
Many invasive animals choose a home that offers the path of least resistance. To make sure the animal can’t come back, we can help you locate their entry hole. Once located, we will
- repair the hole by repairing or replacing damaged wood
- reviewing nesting sites, such as your HVAC equipment
- notify you of damage to your possessions and disinfect any soiled flooring
It’s critical to remember that removing the animal is only the first step in a long process to keeping them, and other pests, out.
Re-Establish Your Territory
Animals are territorial. A plan for wildlife removal Hoover will have to include wiping out that territory. For example, if one raccoon has made themselves at home in your attic, they did their best to leave their “stamp” on the place with waste and urine. They may have also carried fleas in the house.
This “stamp” will catch the attention of other raccoons in the area. If they can find a way in, they will do their best to drive out any remaining odors by adding their own. The only way to keep your home from becoming a haven for multiple pests over time is to
- locate the entry point
- repair or replace any wood chewed away by pests
- eradicate the nest
- disinfect, deodorize, and de-pheromone
- treat for fleas and mites, and
- replace fouled insulation
We Can Help Clear Out the Unwanted Guests in Your Home Hoover!
Our professionals have studied the habits of animals that can become pests. Our goal is to help you protect your home from these invaders so well that they never come back. This is a multi-step process that we are happy to walk you through during our first consultation.
Contact us for a consultation about your pest problem. We can help you take back your house.