Here in East Texas, we all enjoy the beauty of nature and its wildlife. However, there are often times when wild animals find their way into the wrong place, at the wrong time.

When wildlife creatures show up in residential and commercial properties, they can cause a host of serious problems. Often the only sign of these unwanted visitors is the noise they create while inhabiting your property. Many homeowners often find their dwellings filled with the vocal noises of nuisance wildlife including: chewing, scurrying and scratching. This noise is a common complaint as nuisance wildlife may move around in many ways in their newly acquired homes. These noises can be especially unpleasant when the culprit is a nocturnal animal. Most of the time, the sources of these disturbances are mice, raccoons, skunks, opossums, or armadillos. However, other creatures could also be to blame and all could be hazardous to the health and well-being of you and your loved ones. The newfound environment of these animals (your garage, walls, and other areas of your home) can also suffer structural damage as a result of these uninvited guests.

It is important to protect yourself, your family and your property by seeking out an experienced professional with specific knowledge to remove these creatures. Each individual animal requires unique methods to successfully remove it in a safe and humane way. In order to best protect yourself and your loved ones, you should leave the proper handling and removal of nuisance wildlife to the professionals at Certified Termite and Pest Control. After locating the source of entry for your uninvited guest, we will safely remove the animal. Our experienced professionals can also make recommendations on important ways that you can prevent any further structural damage or the return of nuisance wildlife to your property, leaving you free to safely enjoy your home and get a good night’s sleep.

Call Certified Termite & Pest Control of Longview for Wildlife Removal Services at 903-239-2124

Serving Longview, and the greater East Texas area.