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Williamsburg Wildlife Control

A full-service animal wildlife trapping, removal and pest control company - Licensed and Insured!

 

SERVICES PROVIDED BY VIRGINIA PROFESSIONAL WILDLIFE REMOVAL SERVICES, LLC.

Call for local wildlife control – (804) 457-2883  (No Dogs or Cats)

Williamsburg Wildlife Control

A full-service animal wildlife trapping, removal and pest control company - Licensed and Insured!

 

SERVICES PROVIDED BY VIRGINIA PROFESSIONAL WILDLIFE REMOVAL SERVICES, LLC.

Call for local wildlife control – (804) 457-2883  (No Dogs or Cats)

We’re a top animal removal service in Williamsburg, serving all of James City County, VA. Got a wild animal issue at home or on your land? We deal with squirrels, bats, rats, mice, beaver, opossums, birds, groundhogs, raccoons, skunks, and more. Hear scratching in your attic or see digging in your yard? We can help. Our services go beyond just removal. We fix damage, make homes animal-proof, clean attics, and more. We’re fully licensed in Virginia and answer calls at times that are convenient to you. For a free quote or to set an appointment, call us at 804-457-2883.

We’ve been solving animal and pest problems for homes and businesses for over 15 years. Our skilled team can handle any wildlife issue you have. From raccoons under the shed to bats in the attic, we’ll solve it the first time. We care about animals and make sure they go back to the wild safely. We offer free quotes and advice. We also fix damage caused by animals. We’re eco-friendly and offer many solutions like live trapping. Trust us for all your wildlife needs.

 

Our Wildlife Removal Process Helps You Get Rid of Pests

We’re here to guide you through each part of getting rid of wildlife. We start by finding out what animal you have. Then we remove it in a kind way. We also fix spots where more animals might get in. If there’s any damage, we can fix that too. Reach out to our local wildlife control technician today.

Step 1: Checking for Animals

First, we look for how many animals are around, where they are, and how they got into your space. We begin our check where you’ve seen or heard them. Signs they are in your home can be nests, droppings, or footprints. We also look outside your home for ways they might have gotten in and other clues like fur or marks.

Step 2: Safe Animal Removal

We use different ways to kindly take animals out of your home. The plan depends on the type of animal, how many there are, and your home’s condition. We use traps, one-way doors, and things to keep them away. After making sure all animals are gone, we put in long-lasting barriers. These barriers keep animals from coming back. We do this only after we’re sure all animals have left.

Step 3: Fixing and Keeping Animals Out

Animals can harm your home. We fix the damage they make when they get inside. In your home, they use what’s around to make nests. They can even chew on wires and pipes. Animals can also bring in illness. We clean up their waste to keep you safe. They might also have bugs like fleas. We treat these so the bugs don’t move to you.

raccoons in wallsRaccoon Removal

More raccoons are showing up in Williamsburg Virginia. These animals are good at living in cities and the countryside. They can easily find a place in your home, like the attic or basement. Raccoons have a unique look with a mask-like pattern around their eyes and striped tails. They can be quite sneaky and cause damage.

These animals are about as big as a large cat. That means they can open doors or vents if they’re not strong. Once they get in, they make a cozy spot for themselves. Female raccoons even make nests for their babies. They can tear up insulation and ruin parts of your house. They also leave waste in one specific area.

Raccoons are active during the day too. You might see one enjoying the sun on a tree branch or roof. But they usually look for food at night. They eat almost anything they find. Since they don’t sleep through winter, they hunt for food every day.

Be careful if you’re thinking of removing a raccoon yourself. A raccoon was found with rabies in the area last year. It’s safer to call our expert in animal control expert for help.

Checking the Situation

In the first step, we figure out how bad the raccoon problem is. We search for clues like paw prints inside or close to the house, and stains from their waste. Outside, we check for signs of damage. This includes scratched-up boards, broken vents and screens, torn shingles, ruined soffits, and all possible ways they could get in.

Catching Raccoons

Using live traps is a great way to remove raccoons. Depending on the case, we might set up a one-way door or an excluder valve. The excluder lets the raccoon go out but stops it from coming back in. What we use depends on the time of year and where the raccoons are on your land. We usually avoid capturing them directly because they can carry rabies. If we have to use traps, we put them in smart spots to catch the raccoons safely. We also check the traps often, as the law requires.

Fixing the Damage

We offer many types of repair and cleanup services. We can fix things that raccoons have ruined, such as torn vent screens or damaged deck boards. It’s important to clean and treat areas where raccoons have been to get rid of parasites.

rat entry pointRat & Mice Pest Control Solutions

The number of house mice and Norway rats is soaring in the Williamsburg area and Virginia. This is causing problems for families and leading to lawsuits against stores like Family Dollar and Dollar Tree. The issue is getting worse because these rodents breed a lot. They can have six or more babies multiple times a year.

Just one pair of these rodents can have thousands of offspring in their short lives. If they get into your home, they can spoil your food, start fires by chewing on wires, and cause allergies from mold spores in their waste. Rats and mice can also carry and spread many germs.

You can tell you have a rodent problem if you see trails of waste, chew marks on things like trash cans or food containers, or burrows near your home. Burrows under your home can even make it less stable.

Experts in animal control can help you get rid of things that attract these pests. This includes pet food, seeds for gardens and birds, pet waste, compost, and open trash cans.

Checking for Rodents

In a rodent check-up, we look closely at your attic and also inspect the outside of your home. Typical signs that rodents are around include chew marks, droppings, dark smudges, bits of nesting stuff, paths through insulation, and tiny holes they can enter through.

Catching Rodents

A wildlife expert from our Rodent Control Section will make a smart plan to trap the rodents in your home. We might use quick-close traps or live traps to catch and take away mice and rats. The trapping process usually lasts from five to fourteen days.

Fixing the Issue

The top way to stop rodents from getting into your home is to close off any ways they could enter. We can seal cracks in the foundation, put caps on chimneys, and add mesh covers to vents and crawl spaces. We also suggest regular upkeep. Since rodents’ front teeth keep growing, they can chew new openings to get back into your home.

Squirrel Removal & Control

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Virginia is home to various squirrel types like Northern and Southern flying squirrels, as well as fox, gray, and red squirrels. Each kind has its own sub-species that you might see in Williamsburg. Squirrels become a problem when they enter your living spaces, such as nesting in your chimney, attic, walls, or even your basement.

Squirrels love to collect stuff. They find and store things in their dens. When they’re a problem, they stash items in your home’s vents and ducts, which can be a fire risk. They can also tear up insulation, drywall, and sentimental objects. Squirrels have to keep chewing to control the growth of their teeth.

These animals can chew through almost anything: vinyl siding, plastic, aluminum, wood, paper, and cloth. Some squirrels dig burrows that could weaken your home’s foundation, driveway, or other structures. They also dig up plant and vegetable bulbs. They eat nuts, birdseed, garden crops, bird eggs, insects, and sometimes even tree bark.

Squirrels usually have babies once or twice a year. If a mother squirrel is separated from her young, she will cause a lot of damage to get back to them. An animal control expert can help you handle this problem. There are many rules to follow, like needing permits in the off-season for trapping, not being allowed to relocate the animal, and needing to check local laws.

Checking for Squirrels

Experts in animal control search for clues like chew marks in and around your home, small holes that lead to the attic or crawl spaces, and droppings. They also look for things like nuts or nesting materials. Squirrels may have damaged beams, wires, pipes, and insulation, so we check for these signs as well.

Catching Squirrels

Using live traps or one-way doors are the best and kindest methods to remove squirrels. We avoid using one-way doors during birthing seasons like Spring and Fall. Our experts choose the best tool for each situation. If we use traps, we put them in smart places to safely capture the squirrels. We also check the traps as often as state laws require.

Fixing the Damage

After removing the squirrels, we make your home or office squirrel-proof by sealing all entry spots. We also clean up their nesting areas, getting rid of any debris, food, droppings, and dirty insulation.

bat removal

Bat Removal & Control

In Virginia, all 17 types of bats are either endangered or at risk, so there are strict rules for removing them from your home. Some bats suffer from diseases like white-nose syndrome, which messes up their metabolism and can even be fatal.

Bats are good for nature because they eat lots of insects every night. If bats are around your property, you likely have lots of bugs too. Insects are drawn to lights and also to things like trash and stagnant water.

In Williamsburg, the little brown bat often becomes a problem. Their droppings, called guano, can build up and damage your home. This can also lead to lung issues and corrode surfaces.

Spring is when bats have their babies, so you can’t disturb them during this season. It’s best to hire an expert, especially if you’re dealing with a whole group of bats.

Checking for Bats

We do a complete check inside and outside your home. We look for clues like rub marks, droppings (also known as guano), a strong ammonia smell, and small holes. The most common thing we find is a build-up of guano.

Getting Bats Out

The best and kindest way to remove bats is to use a bat valve along with sealing all entry points in your home. The bat valve lets bats leave but stops them from coming back in. We make sure to follow all local rules for humane bat removal and we won’t leave any baby bats that can’t fly yet in your attic.

Fixing What’s Broken

Once we take out the bat valves, we close up any holes to make sure bats can’t get back in. If you have a lot of bat droppings in your attic, you might want to use our attic cleanup services to get rid of the dirty insulation and put in new stuff.

skunk removalSkunk and Opossum Removal & Control

Skunks and opossums are not the same, but they can be equally troublesome, much like raccoons. These animals tend to move around more, changing their living spots every few weeks. Both like to use empty spaces in your yard, attic, basement, or under your porch as a home. They are messy creatures that will wreck their living area.

A recent story told of a family in James City County, near Williamsburg, facing a health scare when an opossum died in their well, filling it with harmful E.coli and coliform bacteria. Drinking this water can cause severe health problems.

Skunks and opossums are known to crawl through insulation, vents, and even pet doors in search of food. They’re not picky eaters, dining on insects, small animals, fish, garden veggies, and even human and pet food. They also dig through compost and trash. After eating, they leave waste behind in their dens.

When they feel in danger, both animals will make noises and release a strong-smelling fluid that’s hard to get rid of. Opossums even play dead when scared. Wildlife experts know the best ways to safely remove these critters, and they understand all the rules and regulations for doing so.

Checking the Area

We’ll be on the lookout for strong smells that usually mean a skunk is nearby. Skunks are known to ruin lawns and tear up grass as they search for bugs to eat. We’ll also check the edges of your building’s base and the space under any decks to find where they might be living.

Safe Capture and Eviction

Don’t attempt to get rid of a skunk on your own. Their spray is nasty and they could carry illnesses like rabies that can affect both people and pets. Our experts use live traps or one-way doors to safely remove skunks. The best ways to handle skunk issues are to block their entry and change the area to make it less inviting for them.

Skunk Control & Management

The best approach to tackle a skunk issue is to block their entry and change your yard so it’s not appealing to them. You can seal openings in the foundation, fix or cover broken vents, and place a wire mesh around sheds and decks to keep skunks away for good. We also suggest storing pet food indoors and making sure your trash cans are secure.

copperhead snake removal

SNAKE REMOVAL

Snake Removal & Control

In Virginia, 13 types of snakes are marked for conservation, including king, rattle, pine, earth, and crayfish snakes. Mostly, these snakes are harmless. The state has just three venomous species, with copperheads being most common in Williamsburg and James City County.

If you find snakes on your property, it’s likely you also have a rodent issue. Snakes mainly eat rats and mice. Removing these rodents can also help in getting rid of the snakes. Since snakes often scare people, it’s best to call one of our local snake experts for professional removal.

 

Inspection for Snakes

Snakes are really good at staying hidden. We check your home for places where they might get in and look for clues like shed snake skin and droppings. Since snakes often enter homes looking for food, we also search for signs of rodents.

Getting Rid of Snakes

Depending on where they are, we might use a live trap or catch them directly. The best way to keep snakes away is to block their way in. If you have rodents, it’s important to get rid of them too. They just attract more snakes.

Fixing the Problem

Along with tackling any rodent issues that may be attracting snakes, our expert will help seal up places where snakes could get in. We also suggest clearing away clutter where snakes like to hide.

Why You Should Choose Professional Wildlife Services

Choosing a pro to handle pesky wildlife ensures safety for you, the specialist, and the critter. The work is fast and well-done, with measures to stop future invasions. Here’s what wildlife experts bring to the table:

  • Extensive training and education about animal behaviors and living areas.
  • All needed licenses, certifications, and permits.
  • Health safety steps to guard against COVID-19 and other illnesses.
  • Flexible timing to address urgent wildlife issues.
  • Proper safety gear and tools for trapping and taking away animals.

 

Why Choose Us for Your Wildlife Removal Services

Expert Team: Dealing with unwanted animals is a complex task. That’s why we rigorously train our staff to be adept in both removing pests and using advanced prevention methods. We excel in damage repair, too.

Quality Assurance: We stand by our work, guaranteeing your satisfaction. Our wildlife removal & pest control company prides itself on delivering top-notch service that leaves our customers happy.

Versatile Service: Pesky animals can be a nightmare for any property, leading to expensive damage if not dealt with. Our skilled experts can handle issues in homes, apartments, retail spots, offices, factories, healthcare centers, and storage facilities.

 

Contact Us

If you’re dealing with a rodent problem, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Our rodent removal service near me is always ready to assist you.

📞 Call Us: (804) 457-2883

📧 Email Us: vawildlifepro@gmail.com

🏢 Visit Us: Williamsburg, Virginia. But we cover most all of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Don’t let squirrels and other rodents rule your home. Trust Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services for all your rodent removal needs in Virginia. Get in touch with us today!

Disclaimer: All our rodent removal methods are humane and in compliance with local and federal laws.

Service Areas for Wildlife Control & Pest Control in Virginia

We offer animal removal, trapping, management, capture and pest control services throughout Virginia in the following cities, towns and counties:  Afton, Albemarle, Alexandria, Amelia County, Annandale, Arlington, Ashburn, Ashland, Barboursville, Bellwood, Belmont, Bensley, Bermuda Hundred, Bon Air, Boyd Tavern, Brandermill, Bumpass, Burke, Central VA, Centreville, Chamberlain, Charlottesville, Chesapeake, Chester, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Crozet, Cuckoo, CVille, Dale City, Doswell, Dumbarton, Earlysville, East Highland Park, Enon, Ettrick, Fairfax, Fair Oaks, Ferncliff, Fluvanna, Fredericksburg, Genito, Glen Allen, Glenora, Goochland, Gordonsville, Gum Spring, Hadensville, Hampton, Hampton Park, Hanover, Harrisonburg, Harrogate, Hening, Henrico, Highland Springs, Hopewell, Innsbrook, James City County, Jefferson Davis, Kents Store, Keswick, Lake Anna, Lake Monticello, Lake Ridge, Lakeside, Laurel, Leesburg, Lewiston, Lignum, Locust Grove, Louisa, Maidens, Manakin, Manakin-Sabot, Manassas, Manchester, McLean, Montrose, Motoaca, Meadowbrook, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Mineral, Moseley, Newport News, Norfolk, North Courthouse, North Garden, Northern Virginia, NoVA, Oilville, Orange, Palmyra, Pantops, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Powhatan, Reams, Reston, Richmond, Richmond County, Robious, Rockville, Rockwood, RVA, Salisbury, Sandston, Sandy Hook, Scottsville, Shannon Hill, Short Pump, South Rockwood, Spring Run, Staunton, Stoney Point, Suffolk, Tidewater, Troy, Tuckahoe, Va, Varina, Virginia, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro, West End, Williamsburg, Winchester, Winterpock, Woodlake, and Wyndham.

 

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From gray squirrels to flying squirrels, Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services will remove squirrels of all types and prevent them from entering your home and business. We are Williamsburg Virginia’s animal control, wildlife removal and pest control specialists.

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services provides residential and commercial nuisance animal trapping, wildlife removal, animal control, animal damage repairs, wildlife exclusion and pest control services throughout Virginia. Call us today at (804) 457-2883 – (No Dogs or Cats).

VPWRS Can Solve Your Problems!

  1. Scratching Noises In Your Attic, Walls, Or Crawlspace?
  2. Unwanted Animal Wildlife In Your Home, Business or Property?
  3. Bats In Your Attic?
  4. Squirrels In Your Attic?
  5. Birds In Your Dryer And Bathroom Vents?
  6. Problem Bird Or Bat Infestation?
  7. Animals In Your Chimney Or Fireplace?
  8. Digging In Your Lawn Or Under Your House, Deck Or Garage?
  9. Flying Squirrels In The Walls?
  10. Dead Animal Problems?
  11. Animal Odor Problems?
  12. Chewing Sounds In Your Attic Or Crawl Space?
  13. Animals Damaging Your Wiring, Insulation, Fascia, Soffits, And The Wood In Your Home?
  14. Animal Feces Removal?
  15. Attic Restorations And Clean-Up Needed?

VPWRS Extensive Services

Virginia Professional Wildlife Removal Services provides nuisance wildlife removal, animal control, predator control, pest control, nuisance wildlife exclusion, and wildlife clean-up services.

 

We have experience handling bats, beavers, birds, Canada geese, chipmunks, coyotes, deer, foxes, groundhogs, mice, moles, raccoons, rats, opossums, otters, skunks, squirrels, snakes, voles, muskrats, bobcats, Copperhead snakes, pigeons, and other species of Virginia wildlife.

 

We operate our business within accepted industry standards and best practices, and in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.

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