In the old days our services were included under the umbrella of: PEST CONTROL. Now you need a specific license to deal with Nuisance Wildlife which does not include the application of pesticides. We charge a flat rate trapping fee for trapping. There is NO set up fee, NO per animal fee, NO animal relocation fees, NO need for an estimate or quote. The trapping fee is all-inclusive. It is the law in the State of Georgia that the traps are checked every single day – No exceptions.
WILDLIFE HAND REMOVAL
This does not include catching a squirrel or rat inside your attic or a mouse or rat inside of your home. Those fall under the trapping service and are not a hand removal situation.
We find it easier to charge a flat rate fee to come to your home to hand catch and remove an animal that is inside the building or enclosed area using a gloved hand, net or catch pole (Example: Snake in the garage, Raccoon cornered in basement, Aggressive Goose in pool area, etc.) We will spend up to a 1/2 hour looking for & attempting to catch the animal.
Sealing up a home and making it critter proof is called Exclusion services. Not all exclusion services are the same. This is the act of using animal proof materials, devices in methods to keep the animals OUT. Once the animals are taken out, they leave behind odors, feces and scents which may attract other animals. Although we have taken the tenant away (far enough to never find their way back) it just clears the way for the next one to find their way in unless you block off its ability to “Get back in”. Some of the most common entry areas for animals are: Gable Vents, Soffit Junctions, Dryer/Bathroom Vents, Construction Gap (Gutter Line), and Holes.
We only use the highest quality animal-proof materials and devices, therefore, we are proudly able to guarantee that no animal will get past the areas where we have performed the exclusion services. With all of this said, there is no way to give a price for exclusion work over the phone. WHILE we are setting up the traps it is necessary for us to determine how the animals are gaining access or entry into the building or property – this is when we are able to provide a proposal for the cost of the exclusion work. IF the proposal is accepted we will perform the exclusion work while the trapping is being performed which increases the overall success of the entire process.
WE NOW OFFER TWO WARRANTY OPTIONS:
5-Year on Wildlife & 10 – Year on Bats with ZERO ANNUAL FEE or…
A “NEW’ Lifetime Option (this has to be selected initially) with an annual auto-renewal ranging from $99 – $199.
PLEASE NOTE: We have always offered a fixed warranty with NO ANNUAL FEE. The Lifetime Warranty is based upon customer demand.
We took the time to upload a lot of videos. It is a playlist click on the top left menu icon and there are 83 videos you can scroll through.
DEAD ANIMAL REMOVAL
Dead Animal Removal is surely the dirty, yucky side of our business. Whether it is a dead deer, dead raccoon or any other animal… we will come out to locate and remove it. The rate depends on whether you know where the animal is or if we have to locate it. The size of the animal is also a price factor. All large animals like coyotes & deer require us driving to the landfill in Cumming and paying a disposal fee.
We also have a add-on service if the animal is in the home or attic to sanitize & deodorize where the dead animal was located to minimize odor and any parasites and diseases.
LICENSED PEST CONTROL
With our recent expansion into Pest Control, we are proud to offer a minimalist approach to address our client’s pest control needs. We follow the pesticide’s labels in accordance with the law. We use no more than what is necessary to resolve the issue. But, we do resolve the issue!
We are trained in the latest application methods, proper equipment use and maintenance, and will answer any questions you may have about materials being used to treat in and around your home. We offer incentives for multiple homes in one subdivision. So if you would like to take advantage of our affordable pricing & ethical approach to resolving a pest issue, please call us!
We are the first Wildlife Removal Company in the State of Georgia to have a full time Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator on staff. Having a rehabber on staff enables us to take care of any of the orphaned babies that we remove from walls and/or attics in house to insure that they are cared for and released back into the wild in accordance to the wildlife standards.
If you have an injured animal and need to know a local rehabber (click here) a new tab or window will open up. FOR A FEE one of our Licensed Wildlife Technicians will come out and pick up the injured wild animal, and we will locate a rehabber that is licensed to deal with that specific animal and safely transport the animal to the rehabber. When this is done, not only do we get paid our fee but a small donation is appreciated for the volunteer rehabber to help them offset their expenses while caring for the animal.
Please Note: We cannot help injured cats, dogs or deer. All of our triage of wildlife has been under the supervision of Dr. Colby with Windward Animal Hospital. He donates his time & services to our wildlife. If you need an outstanding, loving Vet Clinic in Johns Creek please consider Windward Animal Hospital.
Trapping Services we offer are as follows (click on the page specific to your problem):
This is the everyday life when your entire family is involved in wildlife control...
On a walk this weekend on the Greenway I captured a couple pictures of wildlife sign (evidence) that the average person might miss.
The first one shows just everyday mud along a bank. It is the industrious work of beavers maintaining the waterway.
The second looks like a marshy area but to us it screams the active trail of beaver. Sometimes it could be otter or muskrat as well. Based upon the size and other evidence (blatant dams) it is obviously beaver.
The last picture looks like old washed out dog feces in the middle of the boardwalk. It is not the negligence of dog owners. It is from coyote. Please note the deer hair that is left behind after the feces has washed out.
When I encourage customers to let the trapper walk the property without accompanying him, it is for this exact reason. Little nuances paint the picture and if distracted something could be missed.
Next time you are walking take note to see what you can catch.
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So let’s think about the cost of trapping when babies are involved. We have to rehab them (if Licensed) or other companies have to find a rehabber. Talk about burning through any profit margins on trapping. 🧐.