The first step in this process is to perform a full inspection and determine the animal problem at hand. The second step is to set traps and catch the animals. After the animals are caught and removed, the third step in this process is to seal off the areas where the animals are entering the home. The final step is to seal any remaining gaps on the home to prevent future entry of another animal in a different spot.
If you have bats living in your home, we perform a full inspection of the property to determine all the areas where the bats can gain entry. We then seal off all these gaps and cracks with the exception of the main entry points. We leave the main entry points open for one week to get the bats accustomed to flying only out of the main entry points. We then hang up a device called a bat excluder, which will allow the bats to fly out but not get back in. We leave the bat excluder in place for one week. After the second week, we return to conclude the bat removal, remove the bat excluder, and seal the main entry points. At this point, your property will be bat free.
We use a revolutionary property sealing compound that will keep critters out of the gaps and cracks on your home for years to come. Our property sealing compound is designed to remain flexible for 50 years so if your home has any additional settling to do, our sealing compound will settle with it. This product will not harden, crack, chip, or fade even in the event of excessive weather.
Our property sealing repairs also carry warranties that range anywhere from 2 years to a lifetime, depending on the repair. Our warranty is simple and our repairs keep animals out. If an animal compromises one of our warranted repairs within the warranty period, we will come back out, remove the animals, and repair the damage at no cost to you.
Gaps on fascia boards
Gaps above gutter line
Gaps and cracks around the foundation
Holes chewed into wood siding
Holes chewed into vinyl or plastic siding
Holes chewed into metal or aluminum siding
Gaps around gables
Gaps where soffit meets roof
Gaps around chimney flashing
Below is a picture of a gap found on the gutter line of a home:
Below is another picture of a gap that provides animal entry. This gap is especially bad because the gutters have clogged up due to the birds nesting and have overflowed causing damage to the wood work on the home.
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