Our animal control will remove raccoons, squirrels and bats from chimneys and attics. Also; skunks and snakes from under crawl spaces. We trap pigeons from roofs and exterminate rats. Call United Wildlife Control today to get a free phone estimate for your home or business.
NEW HAMPSHIRE NUISANCE WILDLIFE REMOVAL EXPERTS
New Hampshire’s wild animals are beautiful, fascinating and varied, but when a wild animal threatens you, introduces a hazard to your home or commercial space, and damages your property, call us immediately. Your New Hampshire wildlife professional is experienced at taking care of the animals humanely and according to local and state laws.
We are a full-service network: we trap or remove the animals from your property, clean the biohazard messes they leave behind, repair the areas of the building that the animal damaged, and install blockers if necessary to prevent animals from coming back into your home the same way.
When you call us, your life goes back to normal.
We do not exterminate bugs, remove pets or remove large game animals. We are the ones to call to protect you, your home, your lawn and your property from nuisance wildlife, such as: raccoons, bats, pigeons, skunks, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, rats, gophers, squirrels, moles, beavers, armadillos, chipmunks, mice, snakes, opossums, feral cats, porcupines, rabbits and honeybees.
New Hampshire provides a wide variety of habitats for its wild animals. With a low coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, lots of rolling hills and mountains rising out of the central plateau, beautiful New Hampshire is generally hilly, rocky and wooded. Wherever you live in the state, conflicts are bound to arise with wild animals, who may damage your property or threaten your health or safety. That is where we come in. Contact us, and your wildlife removal professional will take care of your nuisance wildlife problem, so you can go back to your normal life.
Of the eight species of New Hampshire bats,the Little Brown Bats and Big Brown Bats most commonly roost in homes, barns and commercial buildings. One of the biggest dangers of New Hampshire bats are its droppings, or bat guano. If you smell or see bat droppings, it is important to have a professional come out to your property as soon as possible, to look for roosting bats, take care of entry points for the bats, and clean up the guano. Bat guano harbors a fungus that can release spores into the air, spreading respiratory diseases to humans. Additionally, bats themselves carry parasites, insects, and can be a carrier of rabies. It is important to take care of this problem by contacting us immediately. Your nuisance wildlife removal operator knows the laws governing the removal of these animals, and will quickly, safely and humanely remove them from out of your building or off of your property.
Rabies has been identified in the southern two-thirds of the state in both wild and domestic animals. New Hampshire bats, skunks and raccoons are the main carriers. New Hampshire skunks and New Hampshire raccoons have adapted extremely well to human expansion into its natural habitats. Humans provide a food source through trash cans, pet food set outside, gardens, and yards. As omnivores, they will eat rodents, insects and seasonal fruits, but enjoy the free meal provided by a home or commercial area. They can roll back areas of yard or landscaping in search of insects or grubs. In urban and suburban areas, skunks are quite at home under porches, decks, stairs and sheds. Raccoons will rip and claw their way into your building to nest in attics, crawlspaces and chimneys. New Hampshire raccoons and New Hampshire skunks will attack if they feel cornered or trapped, and it is dangerous to handle this wild animal inexperienced. Your professional wildlife removal technician will remove them safely and legally, so your family, tenants, employees, pets or livestock are not placed in any danger.
We are the ones to call to take care of your nuisance wild animal problem. You will be safer having your wildlife removal professional handle the problem for you, the property the animals damaged will be repaired, the area will be sanitized and deodorized, blockers will be installed if necessary, and you can go back to your normal life.
New Hampshire’s proximity to the ocean, lakes and rivers and mountains means the state has wide variations in seasonal and even daily temperatures. There are over 1300 ponds and lakes, the largest of which is Lake Winnipesaukee. There are eleven species of New Hampshire snakes,of which only the timber rattlesnake is poisonous.
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Our specialty is the removal of wild bird's animals or snakes that gain access into your attic, chimney, walls, or crawl space. Some animals however, can cause damage to your property. Our services include professional wildlife trapping and removal using phone coaching by using digital pictures sent via e-mail to assist you to resolve your particular bird or animal control problem, preventing damage to your property, home, or business.