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Real Estate Agents and Wildlife Removal

It’s no secret that the housing market is busier than ever and can be challenging to navigate without the help of a qualified real estate agent. When potential wildlife issues are involved in the home buying and selling process, it can cause added stress to all parties including the real estate agent and new homeowner. Go Pro Wildlife Removal can help remedy wildlife problems to make for a smoother transition.

What Real Estate Agents Should Know About Wildlife Removal 

As a real estate agent, you’re committed to helping your clients find the perfect home. That often means going above and beyond to identify any potential issues and make the buying process as smooth as possible. This can include helping buyers identify and remedy wildlife issues, which is where a wildlife removal expert can assist.

A wildlife removal expert can identify issues that a traditional home inspector doesn’t look for, like tiny cracks and crevices that could allow critter access to the home. Looking for local wildlife is also not part of a home inspector’s checklist, so a wildlife removal expert can fill in the much-needed gaps. When a wildlife inspection is completed, the client is presented with exclusion options and solutions to whatever wildlife problem the home faces, if any. As a real estate agent you can help your clients negotiate a more appropriate offer and resolve potential issues before closing.

What New Homeowners Should Know About Wildlife Issues

Moving into a new home is exciting but can be a challenging and time-consuming process. In addition to making sure the home’s heating and air conditioning systems, plumbing, electrical system, insulation and structural components are up to par, conducting a wildlife inspection is another crucial step often skipped in the process.

Wildlife can cause significant damage to a home, human health and to personal property. Squirrels, mice, rats and raccoons can chew through electrical wires (inside the home and inside vehicles), cause damage to insulation, leave unpleasant droppings and spread diseases.

Your home is one of the most significant investments you can make. If you did not have a wildlife inspection before purchasing and moving into your new home, it’s a good idea to have a wildlife removal expert conduct a walk-through of your property as soon as possible to identify any potential problems and offer timely solutions.

Go Pro Wildlife Removal Specializes in Helping Buyers, Sellers and Realtors 

Our approach is based on finding an environmentally and ethically sound solution while providing long-term relief from wildlife issues. If you are currently going through the moving process, call Go Pro Wildlife Removal for a free home inspection and estimate.

Go Pro Wildlife Removal is an experienced and knowledgeable team ready to help with the identification or removal of wildlife. We have the necessary tools and resources to protect your home or business and implement  exclusion options. To learn more about services or request an inspection, give us a call at (334) 744-0391.

Technologies to Enhance Wildlife Monitoring and Removal

January 17th, 2024|Comments Off on Technologies to Enhance Wildlife Monitoring and Removal

Technology such as infrared cellular cameras, electronic trap monitoring and drones can assist in the effective and ethical removal of wildlife. The Go Pro Wildlife Removal team utilizes the latest technologies to enhance all aspects of our services.

Technologies to Enhance Wildlife Monitoring and Removal

January 17th, 2024|Comments Off on Technologies to Enhance Wildlife Monitoring and Removal

Technology such as infrared cellular cameras, electronic trap monitoring and drones can assist in the effective and ethical removal of wildlife. The Go Pro Wildlife Removal team utilizes the latest technologies to enhance all aspects of our services.

Don’t Let Squirrels Get Comfortable in Your Home for the Holidays

December 14th, 2023|Comments Off on Don’t Let Squirrels Get Comfortable in Your Home for the Holidays

Although you may think they hibernate during the winter, squirrels are active looking for a warm place to nest and seek shelter from predators. Go Pro Wildlife Removal can identify and repair squirrel damage while eliminating the chance of re-entry.

Bat Exclusion Services for Funeral Home in Union Springs, Alabama

October 20th, 2023|Comments Off on Bat Exclusion Services for Funeral Home in Union Springs, Alabama

Go Pro Wildlife Removal recently provided bat exclusion services to a funeral home located in Union Springs, Alabama. The owners of the business reached out to the Go Pro team after several, unsuccessful in-house attempts to resolve the issue.

Go Pro Wildlife Removal Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary

September 28th, 2023|Comments Off on Go Pro Wildlife Removal Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary

Beginning their business in the Auburn/Opelika areas and expanding into central Alabama and west Georgia, Go Pro Wildlife Removal celebrates five years of providing nuisance animal removal services and bridging the gap between human interaction and protecting wildlife.

Contact Info

Service Areas: Contact Go Pro today! We offer wildlife removal solutions in Auburn, Opelika, Lake Martin, Valley, Montgomery, AL and Columbus, GA areas.

Phone: (334) 744-0391

Hours: Open 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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