Rebuilding After an Infestation
Getting rid of an insect infestation or an unwanted animal is not always difficult; however, the rebuilding process usually is. If rodents damaged the molding and insulation of your home, how will it be fixed? It’s great now that the termites are gone but what about the beams beneath the floor which were damaged during the infestation? Because the outcome of an infestation is much more than the presence of a colony, the experts at NY-NJ Wildlife Removal understand the importance of repair.
In order to combat future intrusions and infestations, NY-NJ Wildlife Removal will refurbish damaged areas. If squirrels or raccoons damage the exterior siding of your home, our professionals will attempt to match the refurbished areas to the exact color of your home. In addition to repairing structural deterioration, our professionals use the same sporicidal disinfectant found in hospitals nationwide to sanitize the infected areas. Without taking proper measures to fully revert the area to its original condition, an invitation would remain open for unwanted guests.
NY-NJ Wildlife Removal offers exclusion and animal proofing for nuisance animals such as Bats, Squirrels, Raccoons, Rodents, Pigeons, and many others.
Exclusion is the process of removing any current animals that are causing problems on your property while fixing the area that allowed the problems to happen in the first place. This is the most responsible type of wildlife management and is a long-term solution. NY-NJ Wildlife Removal offers a one-year guarantee on all exclusion work.
Sometimes preventive maintenance is a good thing, in order to keep animals that are around your property in the future from entering your home or building. We can animal-proof your home. We target specific areas that animals use commonly to enter buildings such as soffits, chimneys, dormer roofs, and attic vents. Since we deal with animals entering homes daily, we know the areas that animals will use to gain access to your home.
Don’t Forget… When an animal wants to get into your attic, walls, or chimney… they will.