Santa has come and gone. All the presents has been dispersed and opened. The leftovers from the holiday ham and turkey dinner has finally been consumed. Family members had left and the holiday decorations are now put away. This is the opportunity to lay on the couch with a cup of coffee or tea in hand and catch up on Netflix movies. However, while the movie is playing, a scene shows an actor come across nuisance pests within their home which reminds you about the droppings yo
Animals have a way of getting into certain areas they don't belong. The smallest of nuisance pest like a mouse can enter a 1/4 inch area. While a raccoon can enter the size of a baseball. Your home is your castle and it's a place for you to enjoy without having to worry about any wildlife intruding on your enjoyment. Here are 4 common entry points wildlife find to gain access into your domain.
1. roof vents: it is easy for an animal to squeeze under a vent to gain access to
The temperature outside is getting colder and we've already seen snow this winter season. Nuisance animals are making their way into our homes for shelter through the cold. Raccoons look for easy access into your home where they will make their nest. These nuisance pests are extremely smart and have learned that buildings with garbage cans or dumpsters are great locations to live for their adequate food source. Any weak part of the structure of your home is where they will t
Squirrels seek food and shelter in a warm location during the winter months. Not only do they look for warmth to get away from the winter months but, they seek a warm place to reproduce. Squirrels are excellent climbers; therefore, your home is no obstacle for them with the change of modern day society which is growing at a rapid pace. Squirrels gain access into your attic by gnawing into your roof material, vinyl siding, wooden beams, or soffit of your home. Once they reach
Nuisance wildlife pests are looking for locations to get them through the winter. These locations are a place that is warm, provides shelter from predators, and is nearby an easy access food source. Many times these pests will chose an attic or crawl space as their residence. Once these pests find their residence of choice, they will make it their home. Once the damage is done, it could cost a homeowner or business owner thousands of dollars to clean up their mess. Some of th
The conflict between humans and wildlife has been going on for centuries. Let's face it. Nuisance wildlife animals will always become a part of our lives. These pests can be seen inside and outside a home, preferably outside, but there could be an occasion you may find them in your home. The key is to protect your home by ensuring there are no entry areas around your home in which they can use to enter. Elite Wildlife Removal will be more than happy to conduct a thorough insp
It's getting cold outside. Winter is almost upon us; therefore, pests will look for a warm secure place to reside. This location will give them security and a plentiful food source so that they can stay for a long length of time. Unfortunately, these pests don't ask permission to reside within the home. Each and every building has seen or will see a mouse no matter how new the building is. Mice can fit through the littlest of holes. Adolescent mice can fit through the size of