Identifying points of entry and specific species of wildlife are essential to developing permanent solutions to wildlife problems homeowners face. Go Pro Wildlife Removal performs FREE inspections and provides FREE estimates for all customers. Read below to learn more about common inspection areas and points of entry.
Soffits are made from materials like vinyl, aluminum, fiber cement and wood. They are located where the upper and lower roof meet, which makes it ideal entry points for animals. Different animals including raccoons use their shoulders to open soffits and once it is opened they can easily enter your home. We conduct inspections of soffits or dormers with roof pitches and improve or seal the damaged points.
We recommend you conduct a walk around inspection of your home two times per year to identify and keep wildlife and other problems away. Loose vents or damaged masonry, including small holes in your brick or chimneys, are prime targets for wildlife and rodents. Make your home secure and avoid potential wildlife issues.
Gable vents are significant in regulating heat and proper air circulation into the attic. Remove/repair damaged or broken gable vents that allow wildlife into your home. We will conduct an inspection of your home, remove or repair the old gable vents and seal gable points of entry .
Decks and porches require more maintenance than the rest of the home because they face rain, snow, or sun damage. Inspecting the open areas under a porch or deck is essential to finding and securing a prime entry point where animals can make their way into your home. Proper inspection of open areas under a porch or deck are essential.
The best way to ensure wildlife doesn’t get into your home is by repairing holes and cracks in the walls or foundation as soon as they appear. Animals can get into your home through holes or cracks and can cause serious issues. Conduct a walk around inspection or reach out and let us help you protect your home.
Squirrels, moles and skunks won’t get into your house if they don’t have access. As more developments go up, humans will notice an increase in wild animals roaming their homes or property. Small animals can enter your home through crawl spaces and doors.
Rats, raccoons, squirrels, snakes, and other animals can cause structural damage to your property. They also create entry points for different pests and become a danger to residents. It's important to have a proper inspection of your home, including garage doors.
Like humans, animals also seek warmth on cold winter days, especially as temperatures fall. Your chimney is the ideal place for birds and animals, including squirrels, raccoons, rats and mice. If you hear noises like scraping, shrilling, or flapping, it most likely means there is something inside your fireplace.
The inspection of the home is the most critical step in the wildlife removal process, including the inspection of AC lines and plumbing. These areas are common entry points for rodents and snakes.
Wildlife can create serious problems by chewing electrical wires and shredding insulation. It can affect many properties including single family homes, apartments, condos and townhouses. Few types of wild animals can easily get inside the attics and insulations of homes and buildings like mice, rats, bats, and squirrels. These critters can spread diseases like salmonella and Hantavirus.
There are many insecure places, like roof vents, in your home or business that allow for the entry of wildlife. Rats, bats, squirrels, birds, and raccoons get into your home through roof vents and can cause serious hazards and diseases.
The inspection of your home’s roof is critical for securing your home from dangerous wildlife.