Wildlife Control

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Wildlife Control

Wildlife Control is defined by Savior Termite and Pest Control as anything with a spine or vertebrate all other pest fall into the general pest or termite categories. In the wildlife control, just like pest control you first must identify the species that you are trying to control before trying to control it. This is why Savior TPC offers free inspections on all of our services not just wildlife control so that we can properly estimate or quote a pest, termite or wildlife control service.

In the wildlife control category there are other individual topics other than just the wildlife species themselves to consider like Repellents, Baiting, Trapping, Exclusion and Enclosure work that assist in the wildlife control efforts. Then there is the need to discuss what works best for you and your situation.

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Wildlife Control

Rats and Mice

From House and Field Mice to Norway and Roof Rats, these common home and business invaders can be a problem any time of year. The key to proper control is to first identify exactly what kind of rodent you are dealing with, and then to perform treatment. Proper identification is very important to perform the right treatment for the right target pest. Savior offers many different options for controlling rats and mice, including baiting, exclusion, trapping, and many other services that might be needed. To find out more about Rat and Mouse Control, Click Here.

Repellants and Trapping

Repellents and Trapping are other methods that can be used to prevent and control rodent and wildlife activity. Repellents or Deterrents can often be used in conjunction with exclusion services to ensure that the infestation has been controlled before sealing up the entry points. Trapping can be used for most rodent and wildlife problems. Live trapping can be used for animals such as possums, raccoons, skunks, and squirrels, while kill trapping is more effective for rats and mice. Click Here for more information on repellents and trapping.

Exclusion “IPM”

There are many different routes that can be taken to control rodents and wildlife. One of the major ways to effectively gain control and keep it is by sealing off any entry points they might be using to invade your home. A full home exclusion can not only take care of a rodent or wildlife problem but can also prevent access to insects as well. We offer a large variety of exclusion services, from plugging weep holes to sealing cracks and crevices. Click Here to learn about Exclusion and “IPM”

Squirrels, Possums, and Raccoons

Squirrels, Possums, and Raccoons are all quite common here in Texas, and can all cause significant damage. Squirrels are considered pests because they can cause damage by eating fruits, nuts, berries, bird seed, or vegetables in home gardens, and by nesting in attics. They can damage insulation and sometimes even chew through wires. Possums are considered pests because they can transmit diseases. They have also been known to nest in attics. Raccoons are considered pests because they can nest in attics and cause roof damage. They have also been known to transmit disease, as well as ruining gardens, getting into pet food, and foraging in garbage. Click Here to learn more about squirrels, possums, and raccoons, as well as methods for controlling them.

Moles, Skunks, and Armadillos

Moles, Skunks, and Armadillos are all beneficial animals that can be considered a pest when found in the wrong place at the wrong time. Moles live underground and feed on insects in the soil. While they only destroy a few plants or bulbs by direct feeding, the main damage comes from dislodging the roots of grass and other plants such as flowers. Skunks are considered a pest because of the foul odor they produce when in danger. They are also known for spreading transmittable diseases such as rabies. Armadillos are considered pests because they can dig into lawns, flowerbeds, and vegetable gardens while looking for food. The have also been known to carry the human leprosy bacterium. Click Here to learn more about moles, skunks, and armadillos, as well as methods for controlling them.

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Rats and Mice

Wildlife Control

From House and Field Mice to Norway and Roof Rats, these common home and business invaders can be a problem any time of year. The key to proper control is to first identify exactly what kind of rodent you are dealing with, and then to perform treatment. Proper identification is very important to perform the right treatment for the right target pest. Savior offers many different options for controlling rats and mice, including baiting, exclusion, trapping, and many other services that might be needed. To find out more about Rat and Mouse Control, Click Here.

Repellants and Trapping

Repellents and Trapping are other methods that can be used to prevent and control rodent and wildlife activity. Repellents or Deterrents can often be used in conjunction with exclusion services to ensure that the infestation has been controlled before sealing up the entry points. Trapping can be used for most rodent and wildlife problems. Live trapping can be used for animals such as possums, raccoons, skunks, and squirrels, while kill trapping is more effective for rats and mice. Click Here for more information on repellents and trapping.

Exclusion “IPM”

There are many different routes that can be taken to control rodents and wildlife. One of the major ways to effectively gain control and keep it is by sealing off any entry points they might be using to invade your home. A full home exclusion can not only take care of a rodent or wildlife problem but can also prevent access to insects as well. Click Here to learn about Exclusion and “IPM”

Squirrels, Possums, and Raccoons

  

Squirrels, Possums, and Raccoons are all quite common here in Texas, and can all cause significant damage. Squirrels are considered pests because they can cause damage by eating fruits, nuts, berries, bird seed, or vegetables in home gardens, and by nesting in attics. They can damage insulation and sometimes even chew through wires. Possums are considered pests because they can transmit diseases. They have also been known to nest in attics. Raccoons are considered pests because they can nest in attics and cause roof damage. They have also been known to transmit disease, as well as ruining gardens, getting into pet food, and foraging in garbage. Click Here to learn more about squirrels, possums, and raccoons, as well as methods for controlling them.

Moles, Skunks, and Armadillos

Moles, Skunks, and Armadillos are all beneficial animals that can be considered a pest when found at the wrong place at the wrong time. Moles live underground and feed on insects in the soil. While they only destroy a few plants or bulbs by direct feeding, the main damage comes from dislodging the roots of grass and other plants such as flowers. Skunks are considered a pest because of the foul odor they produce when in danger. They are also known for spreading transmittable diseases such as rabies. Armadillos are considered pests because they can dig into lawns, flowerbeds, and vegetable gardens while looking for food. The have also been known to carry the human leprosy bacterium. Click Here to learn more about moles, skunks, and armadillos, as well as methods for controlling them.