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Attic Animal Removal in Atlanta and North Georgia

Animal Damage Repair
Bat Control
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Opossum Control
Raccoon Control
Rat Control and Mouse Control
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Gray Squirrel Removal
Flying Squirrel Removal
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November 01, 2014

Sealed a house in north Augusta for squirrels and quoted one in Aiken for bats.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Oct 29, 2014 11:33:34 am.

Sealed a house in west lake in Martinez Monday and Tuesday. Sealed another in Evans today for grey squirrels
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Oct 23, 2014 02:27:44 pm.

Sealed a house in Aiken sc for opossum. And gave a quote in north Augusta sc for mice.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Aug 28, 2014 01:31:22 pm.

Sealing a house in hull ga for bats.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Aug 27, 2014 11:52:12 am.

Sealed a house for bats yesterday in greensboro ga and sealing a house for rats in winder ga today.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Aug 06, 2014 10:50:07 am.

Sealed a house in Aiken sc for bats and got another customer in Aiken set up for repairs next week.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jul 17, 2014 05:25:06 pm.

Sealing a house in greensboro ga for squirrels and mice.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jul 15, 2014 12:36:51 pm.

Sealing a house for bats. Man it's another hot one.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jul 03, 2014 12:51:56 pm.

Sealed a house in Covington ga for bats. If it wasent humid enough it had to rain for 15 min. Lol
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jun 30, 2014 01:39:45 pm.

Sealing a house on lake oconee for rats . Man is it a hot one
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jun 18, 2014 01:38:32 pm.

Sealing a house in Renyolds plantaion on lake oconee for bats and flying squirrels. Nice to be working close to home.
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jun 12, 2014 11:11:35 am.

Sealing some gable vents in Martinez for bats and now heading to Augusta to go clean up some bat poop
by Jeff Vredenburgh
Jun 05, 2014 09:37:40 am.


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Animal Noises in the Attic and Walls

 

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Very often, odd noises in the walls or ceilings are the first sign of an animal problem.

"I hear an animal in my attic or wall."

We get a lot of call like that, especially in the late summer and early fall. And truthfully, if it weren't for the seriousness of the subject, these calls would be pretty amusing. People can be pretty funny and creative when they're trying to imitate the animal noises they've been hearing.

But hearing animal noises in the attic is no laughing matter. Animals living in your attic or wall voids can create all kinds of health and safety risks.

 

Animals in the Attic and Walls

There are quite a few animals who commonly take up residence in the attics, walls, and other structural voids of homes, office buildings, and other structures. Although they may seem harmless, all of these animals can cause problems that can include diseases, structural damage, and fires.

 

Trapping and Controlling Animals in Attics and Walls

Safe, effective removal of animals in the attic, like all humane animal control, consists of several steps. In the case of attic animals, these steps are:

  1. Identify the animal. Knowing the animal you're dealing with, its habits, and its food preferences is vital to effective control

  2. Identify entry, exit, and travel routes. This helps in setting traps most effectively, as well serving as a blueprint for repairs.

  3. Trap and remove animals from the attic or wall void, and use exclusion techniques to keep animals out of the attic. The exact methods used vary with the specie of animal living in the attic.

  4. Repair the animal damage. This may involve sealing, replacing shingles or siding, closing holes and gaps, and replacing insulation.

 

Animals in the attic or wall voids can be dangerous. If you're hearing animal sounds coming from anywhere in your home, contact us right away. We'll send one of our professional Animal Control Specialists to inspect your property and, if necessary, suggest the best treatment to safely and humanely remove animals from your home, and perform exclusion to keep them out permanently.

Rid-A-Critter is a regional animal control company with local animal control specialists living and working in Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Peachtree City, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and all of Northern and Central Georgia, as well as in the Aiken, South Carolina.

For service in and around Birmingham, Alabama, please visit our Alabama office site.

 

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We provide attic animal control in the following areas:

Georgia: All of North Georgia, including Athens, Atlanta, Alpharetta, Augusta, Carrollton, Dacula, Doraville, Duluth, Dunwoody, Jasper, Marietta, Macon, Milton, Peachtree City, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and everywhere in between.

South Carolina: Please here for service in Aiken, Evans, Martinez, North Augusta, and the surrounding areas.

Alabama: Click here for our Alabama office.

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