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How To Keep Squirrels Away From Your Backyard And House

By Kerem Kir | November 9, 2020

Outdoor pests like squirrels and raccoons may look cute, but they can actually be a nuisance to your home and yard. As a result, many people turn to squirrel removal, and animal removal services to protect their property.  Squirrels are a natural part of the urban landscape, but that doesn’t mean you have to put…

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Best Ways to Trap Mice at Home

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | October 15, 2020

Your home should be your safe place, it should be your sanctuary. So when something comes in and invades your safe place it can completely consume your thoughts. Typically it’s pests and unwanted animals that invade our home and our sense of feeling safe and secure. It’s not easy to feel safe and happy if…

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How to Get Rid of Pigeons Invading Your Property

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | September 10, 2020

Do you have a problem with pigeons in your home? Not only can this be frustrating, but pigeons can also carry germs that can have a negative impact on your health. This is why it is important to seek expert pigeon removal. With that in mind, in this blog post, we are going to reveal…

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How to Deal with Bats Invading Home

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | August 10, 2020

When you see the black-winged creatures, pouncing on your home and flying into your rooms, as they please, it can be very terrifying. Their bodies, wings, and their movements can be very frightening to children. Not to mention, they do carry diseases and if bitten, can spread them to humans. We have heard about the…

How to get rid of Squirrels?

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 29, 2020

Squirrels like raccoons can access roofs through the air and roof vents, installing wildlife proof metal caps is a good start. However, squirrels being rodents and having a need to chew to prevent their teeth from growing they can also target aging wood on roofs and fascia boards. SWAT Wildlife can inspect all types of…

How to keep mice away?

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 29, 2020

Mice can be very tricky to deter as they can access our homes from all angles. They are incredible climbers and can fit through openings as small as a pencil eraser. We use pest control applications when getting control and treating mice. This requires a very strong commercial grade rodenticide. Some things that homeowners can…

Will raccoons attack humans?

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 29, 2020

Generally, raccoons will not attack humans. However, during the baby season if the mother feels threatened or you get to close to her and her babies this may provoke an attack. Also, being sick can trigger an attack for the raccoon. We recommend always calling a professional to deal with raccoons on properties.

How do raccoons get in the attic?

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 29, 2020

Raccoons can enter our attics in several ways, some of the most common ways that raccoons gain access to our attics are through the roof vents or air vents. These caps can be breached whether plastic or metal. We build custom raccoon caps to fit all size air and roof vents for your home. Another…

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How to Get Rid of Rats

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | July 15, 2020

Rats on your property need to be dealt with as soon as possible as they can make you very sick. The bites, droppings, and urine of rats can spread infections such as Lassa fever, tularemia, leptospirosis, and hantavirus. They can also carry ticks which can transmit diseases too.

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How to Remove Skunk Smell from Your Home

By SWAT Wildlife Removal | June 22, 2020

Skunks are famously stinky creatures – at least, they are when they feel threatened and decide to try and teach whoever or whatever is “threatening” them a lesson. Skunks spray a foul-smelling liquid when they feel threatened. That might seem understandable as a general defense mechanism, but it’s not likely to make you feel any…

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