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Elizabeth Wildlife Control NJ

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Our company is Garden State Wildlife Services, Inc. and we operate a professional wildlife removal company based out of Elizabeth, New Jersey. Examples of common jobs that we do include the removal of squirrels in attics, complete rat removal and prevention, removal of bats from buildings, bird prevention, raccoon trapping, snake removal, and more. We remove dead animals from homes, repair wildlife damage, and clean up wildlife waste and attics.

Garden State Wildlife Services, Inc. is licensed and insured in the state of New Jersey. We service both residential and commercial projects throughout Elizabeth. Give us a call any time at 973-272-4133 and we will listen to you describe your wildlife problem, and schedule an appointment to solve your animal problem.

We primarily service the greater Elizabeth area, but will travel further for many types of jobs. We work in the boroughs of Fanwood, Garwood, Kenilworth, Mountainside, New Providence, Roselle Park, Roselle, and the Cities of Elizabeth, Linden, Plainfield, Rahway, and Summit.

Our wildlife control company services the Cities of Elizabeth, Linden, Plainfield, Rahway, and Summit, the boroughs of Fanwood, Garwood, Kenilworth, Mountainside, New Providence, Roselle Park, and Roselle, and the townships of Berkeley Heights, Clark, Cranford, Hillside, Scotch Plains, Springfield, Union, Westfield and Winfield. Read more about our services in Linden, Plainfield, and Union Township.

Elizabeth Critter Advice:

Will a pest control company remove wild animals? If you are like most homeowners, you have a friendly neighbor hood exterminator that comes round twice a year or more to help keep you free from roaches, spiders and other pests. He probably also offers yard control against termites, fleas ticks, and mosquitoes .But what happens in the spring when a pesky family of raccoons moves in your attic or you suddenly discover you have bats in your belfry? What do you do in winter when tree squirrels move into to avoid the cold weather or a family of skunks makes a den under your front porch to get out of the wind? Don’t bother calling your usual exterminator! While your local pest control company may be able to help you with bugs and spiders, you need a professional wildlife removal service to handle creatures like raccoons, bats, snakes, skunks, tree squirrels and other wild things.

The majority of extermination companies are not equipped with the knowledge, materials, or proper supplies to handle these wilderness creatures. A professional wild animal removal service will be aware of all local, state, and national laws and regulations attached to the creatures you are trying to eradicate. Their firsthand knowledge of each creature’s breeding and hibernating cycles will aid them in the animal’s quick capture. They will also know the best traps to use and where to place them to rid you of the trespassing pests safely.

A wildlife removal service doesn’t just take care of your animal problems, but can help you maintain your home’s exterior and yard so that this type of infestation does not reoccur. If you find yourself being bothered by Rats and mice there also plenty of companies that specifically handle these critters as fall into a category all their own. Rodents are rather unique in the pest control world, as they are neither a, bug, nor are they considered “wild animals”. No matter what type of infestation you may have, If you feel that you can “do it yourself” when it comes to animal removal be smart! Call your local agricultural extension agency or game warden. They can provide valuable information on the proper way to handle these woodland creatures.

Wild animals often have fleas, mites, and other pests. Some even carry diseases that can be transmitted to you or your pets. Remember they are considered wild animals, and a frightened animal will often do anything necessary to protect itself or it’s young. Follow all precautions should be observed when near these animals.

Read more about our services for these specific animals:
Critter Removal
Raccoon Removal
Rat and Mouse Removal
Skunk Removal
Snake Removal

Should I hire a pro, or remove rodents myself?
A common question asked by many house owners – whether to get rid of the rats or mice with the help of a pro or not at all. Rodent control can be a daunting task to do. getting rid of them permanently is another story. They may create holes in the attic and ruin the woods or the building construction. Even when a house owner has completely shut the house – they can somehow find the tiniest hole to enter the house.

Mice or rat problems happen anywhere and it’s almost like a state of New Jersey issue somehow. Once the entrance is sealed, then it’s time to set traps throughout the house. Basically, it’s simple but some house owners refuse to do it because of the daunting task it may take. Plus, it is also a time consuming act to do.

The attempt to clean out the pest from home can be done by a pro. An expert in wildlife removal can help you taking a precaution step by examining the whole house and put on the best solution as possible. On the other hand, removal of rodents can carry certain risks which is better to avoid when you are not trained professional who is well aware of all possible dangers that rodents carry with themselves, such as bacteria and viruses that can cause serious illnesses.

It is fairly hard to do what’s right especially when you are not aware of the problem. The instructions on how you can get rid it correctly may have been there all the time but somehow there are many surprises along the way!

Inspection is necessary
When you hire a pro, they can examine the whole building and look for the best way to get rid of the mice. They can get inside the building and inspect the whole area.

Sealing the entrance
A pro can determine which place to seal. Rodents can actually chew on everything and you may want to keep the gap shut with something like mesh made of steel. You can also use sealant that may block air circulation. This way, a mouse can’t smell your house.

Trapping the mice
Once the mice are inside the building, it is time to set traps so you can catch while you still can. The mice are now locked inside the building and it will be easier to catch them alive because they have nowhere else to run.