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.
VIRGINIA NUISANCE WILDLIFE REMOVAL EXPERTS
Virginia’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 Virginia 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.
Virginia boasts a rich history and beautiful countryside. Virginia resorts provide skiing in the winter, Virginia Beach is a great place to spend Spring Break, a relaxing summer day can be spent at one of Virginia’s wineries,or leaf-peeping in fall is exciting throughout Virginiahighways. Whether you live close to the Potomac or in the lush countryside of Southern Virginia, along the coastline or in the mountains, conflicts are bound to arise between humans and wild animals. That is where we come in. Your wildlife removal expert has the knowledge and experience to safely, humanely, and legally remove the nuisance wildlife from your property and get your life back to normal.
There are 15 species of Virginia bats normally found in Virginia, three of which are endangered: the Gray Bat, the Indiana Bat and the Virginia Big-Eared Bat. To breed and raise their young, half of the Virginia bat species depend on caves, the other half depend on hollowed out trees, logs and buildings to breed and raise their young. When Virginia bats choose your home, outbuildings or commercial property, they can roost in your walls, brick areas, attic, crawlspaces, chimneys or any overhang area. While bats are not particularly large or vicious, they carry dangerous parasites, insects and diseases, all of which are very harmful to humans and pets. If you see evidence of bats, such as bat guano, or hear scrabbling or high pitched sounds coming from your walls, chimney, etc., call us immediately so we can remove the bats according to the state and federal laws, and clean up the biohazard they brought into your home.
Virginia squirrels,especially Virginia flying squirrels,will use your attic insulation for nesting, occasionally chew through wiring causing short circuits or worse, fires. They raid your fruit and nut trees, consume flowers and their bulbs, love eating out of your garden, and will trim twigs and bark for their nesting material. They can be a carrier of the rabies virus, but will more often introduce insects like fleas or ticks into your living or work environment. If Virginia squirrels have invaded your home or commercial space, contact us. Your wildlife removal specialist will remove each and every squirrel, including any babies, repair the damage they caused, clean and sanitize the area if needed, and install blockers if needed.
Virginia raccoons are one of the primary carriers of rabies, and enjoy nesting in your chimney, attic or crawlspace. They will often give birth to their litters in these spaces, and the family of raccoons will nest there, leaving their feces and food remains to rot in your home. Their activities draw the attention of other nuisance wildlife, such as mice or rats, creating an even greater problem. Virginia squirrels, rats, mice chipmunks or snakes can enter into your home in many ways, including holes left by Virginia raccoons.Your wildlife specialist offers experience to remove the nuisance wildlife, clean up after them, and repair the damage they have caused.
It is much easier to enjoy Virginia’s wild animals when they are not invading your home or posing a threat. Your Wildlife Control Specialists know how to handle each species, will safely and legally remove them from your home and property, repair the damage they have caused, clean up the biohazard mess they have left behind, and get you back to your normal life.
Virginia Code (4 VAC 15-20-160) lists ten species as “nuisance wildlife” in Virginia: the house mouse, Norway Rat, Black Rat, Coyote, Feral Hog, Nutria, Woodchuck, European Starling, English Sparrow, Pigeon. The Commonwealth of Virginia includes several snakes, bats, rabbit, the Red-cockaded woodpecker and the star-nosed mole on its Special Status list. These protected animals can also become nuisance wildlife when they invade your property. Your wildlife technician has the expertise to remove these animals legally and safely.
Beavers prefer to eat certain wooded species, such as aspenwood, cottonwood, willow, sweetgum, blackgum, black cherry, tulip poplar and pine. Beavers eat the leaves, twigs and bark of these species and many others that grow around and in the water. Beavers will travel from a pond or stream to corn fields, soybean fields or other crops to steal food. Whatever of these plants they don’t eat, they will use for their dam.
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.