Choose Wildlife
Raccoons
Squirrels
Opossum
Armadillos
Rats/Mice
Moles
Skunks
Canine
Ferals
Birds
Bats
Snakes
Others
Dead
Boca Raton Florida Wildlife Removal

Boca Raton Wildlife Control

We operate a professional wildlife removal company in Boca Raton, Florida. We perform a wide variety of solutions to pest critter problems. Call us 24/7 to discuss your wildlife issue, and to schedule a same-day or next-day appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!

Cell Phone: 561-826-6475

  Boca Raton Animal Trapping: We provide humane animal trapping services. We are familiar with the common nuisance species in Boca Raton, which include raccoons, opossums, armadillos, squirrels, and more. If these critters are causing a problem, we set the appropriate traps to gently catch and relocate the animals at least 10 miles from your home. Trapping is not simple, and it is governed by strict Florida wildlife laws, so it is not a job for homeowners.
  Home Inspections: We most commonly deal with animals inside homes. Raccoons in the attic, squirrels in the eaves, rats in the walls, etc. The problem will never be solved unless we perform an inpsection of your house to find out how the critters are getting inside. Could be open vent screens, eave gaps, loose siding, or dozens of other places.
  Wildlife Damage & Entry Hole Repairs: In order to solve the Boca Raton critter problem, we need to seal the entry holes shut. We perform professional contractor-grade repairs on your home to ensure that wildlife cannot re-enter your house, and we guarantee our repairs.
  Attic Cleanup: The animals in your attic usually leave behind waste - urine and feces. These not only cause odor, they can cause mold in your attic, and they can attract new wildlife to try to enter your house. We clean and decontaminate, offering full Boca Raton attic restoration services. We remove soiled feces and fog the attic with a microbial cleaner.
  Boca Raton Rodent and Rat Control: Boca Raton is full of rats, which commonly enter homes. The predominant species is the Black Rat, also known as the Roof Rat. Mice are actually quite rare in Boca Raton. They are a challenge to get rid of permanently, but we are proven as the top experts in Florida when it comes to permanent Boca Raton rodent control. This is because we solve the root of the problem, by identifying and sealing shut all entry holes into the house. We do not use poisons. We trap and remove the rats.
  Boca Raton Bat Removal: We are known as the top bat removal experts in Boca Raton. Our special process does not harm a single bat, as required by Florida law. We perform a bat exclusion, which allows the bats to fly out at night but not be able to re-enter the house in the morning. Most importantly, we inspect every inch of your house to find all bat entry holes, down to a quarter inch, and seal them shut, for a permanent solution with guarantee.
  Boca Raton Snake Removal: Boca Raton has many snake species. It's true that there are a few venomous species, such as the Pigmy Rattlesnake, the Cottonmouth, the Coral Snake, and Eastern Diamondback, but most snake species in Boca Raton are harmless, such as the Black Racer, Yellow Rat Snake, or Garter Snake. Still, we excel at Boca Raton snake control, and can safely remove snakes from your property or inside your house.

Boca Raton, FL animal removal tip: Armadillo Prevention Tips

How to keep armadillos away:
Even though they are an essential part of the eco system, not everyone thinks that armadillos are great to have around. As all armadillos are known for their perfection in their digging occupation, they can create a lot of havoc to a yard in a matter of a few minutes. They can be quite a menace to most. This can become a very expensive task to remedy. Armadillos mostly dig for their basic need for survival, which is food. Find out first what attracts them to your yard then you would have a better idea of what method would best work to deter these havoc-creators away. Seen as how for most, prevention is better than cure, there are many harmless ways to prevent armadillos from entering your property.

Natural Remedies
Lining your perimeter with strong smelling odours is believed to avert any armadillo from approaching your premises. The following are natural ways of deterring armadillos away from your boundary, without bringing any harm to these medium sized creatures or any human being and Boca Raton bird control.

• Sprinkle cayenne pepper around your home, farm or garden. Sprinkle enough of it on the ground to create an impact. The armadillo may be deterred when this strong powder will be sniffed in thus aggravating their nasal passage.

• Drizzle the contents from a container of predator urine in and around the boundaries of the property. The odour is believed to help steer the armadillos in the opposite direction.

• Man’s best friend. Get an outdoor dog. Not only are dogs one of the best pets to keep for company to the family, but they are also one of the best security measures anyone can take up. The benefits of dogs to a home are endless. Most specifically in this case, the smell of a dog and the sounds and pitch of the dogs bark seems to deter the armadillos away. Outdoor dogs will benefit you in a great way as they will chase the armadillo away, possibly and hopefully, preventing it from returning.

• The strong scent of ammonia is, to some, believed to prevent armadillos from approaching and is used for Boca Raton wildlife removal. However ammonia is known to kill any form of growing plant or grass. So unless ammonia is soaked in towels and placed around every inch of the boundary wall, which seems impractical, the other alternative options would work better.

• Castor oil can be applied to problem areas, though bear in mind that this is only a short term solution. The castor oil sours the taste of the soil thus chasing away those that dig in it for their hunt of food and is good for Boca Raton raccoon removal. However when castor oil washes away from rains it has no effect on the armadillo returning to rattle your nerves and shrubbery.

Fences
Seeing as how fencing becomes a permanent feature to the look of one’s home, careful consideration should be taken upon this alternative. The fence would have to be solid and be steadied into the ground for unshaken stability. It must be anchored deep, up to a meter, below ground level. As armadillos dig up borrows so quickly and easily, anything less than half a meter will not deter them away. The deeper into the ground the barrier actually sits, the more of a challenge it will become to armadillos. The challenge in itself will dissuade the gentle creature. If you find that you don’t have a garden but still find armadillos wandering into your home, remember that they are most probably in search of a warm climate to live in or food to live on. Look around your home. If you often have food that tempts the armadillos, you should consider putting them into containers and storing them away safely in cupboards, out of reach. If your home is the warm moist climate it loves to make its Boca Raton pest control habitat, consider keeping the air cooler with automated cooling systems which will also draw out the humidity. Another possible solution will be to secure every opening there is to your home. Windows can be guarded with burglar guards or screens that prevent insects from getting in. Doors, patios or corridors can be gated with a pedestrian type of gate or even shutters. However, trapping the armadillos in cage-traps and then relocating them far away from your Boca Raton exterminator property is probably the most effective way to keep away aniamls for Boca Raton squirrel removal. If any of the above methods do not work with your home or surroundings, it can lead to frustration and stress. Always remember to use humane methods in preventing armadillo activity in your yard. While their Boca Raton animal removal burrowing can be frustrating, armadillos have no dangerous intention to human life. Be gentle with armadillos. If in doubt or frustrated with their persistence rather call upon a professional to assist with the problem.
© 2001-2015 floridawildlifecontrol.com - site content, photos, & maintenance by Florida Wildlife Control, all rights reserved.
Florida Wildlife    Contact Web Site Manager: info@floridawildlifecontrol.com      Residential & Commercial      Licensed & Insured