Centurian Offers something special that few other companies offer when it comes to taking care of your wild animal issues.
Step 1. Identify Issue & Set appropriate Traps:
Every Animal Removal and Wildlife Control situation is different, this is why we provide free estimates and inspections. Our Trapping techniques vary for each type of animal we encounter. Raccoon Trapping involves live traps set around the perimeter of the home. Rodent, rats, and mice trapping involves snap traps, glue traps, and even live traps set in the attic and under the home if needed. Bat Removal involves netting and valving the animals out of the structure and not allowing them to return. The situations range in difficulty as well, this is why our Wildlife Specialists are there to help you and solve your needs and problems.
Step 2. Identify Access Points and close them off:
Once you know that you have animals in your home the only way to keep them from coming back is to excluded them. This is done by closing off any access points around your home where the animal may have been gaining access. Once the animals are captured and relocated, we will identify all the possible ways that the animal was able to get into the home. We will close off these access points using all metal based products and other pest control products ensuring that no future animal will ever try to come back; this is called an Exclusion. All of our Trapping and Handy Man work done to ensure the protection of your home comes with our 1-5 year renewable warranty, if an animal ever comes back we will trap and exclude completely free!
Step 3. Clean up the mess left behind:
Nuisance wildlife in your attic can create problems many homeowners ever think of. Bacteria, feces and insects left behind from the Nuisance animal. Bat bugs, mites, ticks and fleas are just some of the ectoparasites you need to be concerned about. Mice in the attic, bats in the attic or various other visitors are notorious for bringing these pests in. And what about the droppings left behind in your attic? Urine, poop, and other bacteria is now in the insulation. Is this something you want hanging above your head at night when you sleep?