Wildlife Removal San Marcos
A All Animal Control of San Marcos is your source for any wildlife removal issues. We are licensed and insured to take care of any animal removal problems that you may have. We can tackle animals in the home or business. We are centrally located in Houston and can take care of any of the cities around Houston, like San Marcos. Bats, birds, snakes, skunks, squirrels, raccoons, rodents and armadillo are just a few of the animals that we can help you trap and remove.
Wildlife removal is a job that should often be left to a professional. As a homeowner you shouldn’t take the risk of getting bitten by a wild animal. We have the training, the knowledge, and the tools to remove those animals safely. There are many animals that carry disease such as rabies. Don’t take the chance of getting a disease as you try to take care of your animal infestation problem. A All Animal Control will protect your family and pets.
Wildlife Control San Marcos
Wildlife control is only part of the problem when dealing with wild animals in your home or business. Wildlife can be very destructive. Rats chew on wires. Bats leave piles of guano. Raccoons destroy insulation. Birds nest in the chimney and attract insects. Squirrels will tear up the roof to get in the home. We will not only help you to remove the animal from your home, we will also help you to fix your animal damage problems.
We are skilled at roof repair, insulation replacement, and animal feces clean up. We will safely remove pest animals from your home and fix the damage that they have caused you. Our skilled technicians will animal proof your home. We know how to exclude animals.
Wildlife Inspections San Marcos
If you hear a scratching in the walls, noises in the attic, see dirt mounds in the yard, or holes in the roof, call us at 210-776-6100. We will set up a wildlife inspection to let you know what type of wildlife problem you may have. We will give you the solution to remove the wildlife from your home. We will let you know what it will take to preform animal exclusion to prevent them from getting back in.