Having unwanted critters in your house is a bad idea for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that an unwelcome animal can be dangerous. No matter how you discovered your uninvited guest, you will undoubtedly want to get rid of it as soon as possible in order to protect your family and your home. Cajun Critter Removal wants to help, and we have a team of expert animal removal specialists ready to help you accomplish the task.
While some of the creatures that end up in your attic or chimney may seem rather harmless, any creature that is living in your home poses a threat to your house, your family or both. Bat urine and guano can be toxic, for example, and nearly every wild animal can potentially spread harmful diseases to humans. Rats are likely to chew through wiring, and infestations of any animals can easily clog a vent or a chimney. These unwanted and unwelcome creatures are more than a nuisance; they are likely to leave destruction of some sort behind even after you have gotten rid of them.
The first step in getting rid of any unwanted animals from your home or business is to assess where they are living and how they got there. Sometimes there is an obvious answer, but often it takes an expert to examine the gutters, eaves, attics and various nooks and crannies of your house. The primary source of entry for most critters is a rotten spot which is hidden from view until someone with experience in animal removal knows where to look. Other typical spots through which creatures can gain admittance into a house include roof vents, chimneys or louvered vents. We know the right places to look, and we will find them for you.
Removing live animals from a house is generally done one of two ways. One way is to trap the animals and the other is to make them leave the house on their own. Trapping alone is not always the most effective way. This method is also relatively ineffective at removing all of the creatures, including babies. In the case of babies left behind, our trained professionals will safely hand remove the animals and transport them to the nearest wildlife rehabilitator.