When a nuisance animal makes its way into your home, it’s not the only pest that’s invading. In many ways, the other things accompanying the animal are more dangerous to humans.
Animals often have fleas, lice, and ticks buried in their fur. When the animals make their way into a home, these pests come too. They lay eggs in your insulation, which begins to create a serious problem. In addition, raccoons frequently carry roundworm, which can survive in their droppings for more than two years.
For this reason, our work doesn’t stop when we remove an animal. We’ll also safely clean up their droppings and dispose of any contaminated insulation. Our goal is to keep you safe, so contact us if a nuisance animal gets into your home.