WHAT IS WILDLIFE EXCLUSION?
Imagine a mouse scurrying across your kitchen floor. You call a wildlife removal professional to kick it to the curb, but, a week later, you spot another mouse making itself at home. Unfortunately, many people end up sharing their space with wildlife because they don’t take the time to have their houses undergo the full wildlife exclusion process.
What is Wildlife Exclusion?
Wildlife exclusion is learning and understanding how wildlife is sneaking into your home and what will make it stop. Once those questions are answered, you can block wildlife from getting into your home permanently. Exclusion means making wildlife get out and stay out.
Wildlife exclusion tactics can vary depending on the animal and the method of entry, but the idea behind it is still the same: keep the animals out of the home. With that being said, there are a few options homeowners have when undergoing the wildlife exclusion process.
The first way to prevent wildlife from stealthily entering your home is dormer, pitch and valley prevention. This process would repair “pressure points” of the home, including cracks and holes. Similarly, you can block critters from entering your home through crawlspace vent exclusions. During this process, a wildlife removal professional will fortify, replace or secure all crawlspace vents.
Homeowners with decks, porches or sheds might want to consider exclusion wire. This method prevents critters from burrowing under smaller structures for years to come.
Finally, the installation of gutters can prevent animals from crawling in from the roof, often into an attic. From birds to bugs, gutters can reduce the amount of wildlife in your home.
If you’re looking to stop sharing your home with wildlife, ask about our wildlife exclusion services. We’ll be happy to inspect your home for free and give you the information you need to keep your family safe from critters.We have the necessary tools and resources to protect your home and implement exclusion options. To learn more about services or request an inspection, give us a call at (334) 744-0391.