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squirrel removal richmond va

Wild Animal Winter Guests

When winter weather arrives, some pests go into hibernation while others enter homes seeking warmth and food sources. The National Pest Management Association encourages homeowners to take several precautions against common winter pests like mice, rats, raccoons, and squirrels.

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Virginia Has Gone Batty

Recently, we have seen an unusually large amount of bat issues in Richmond, Charlottesville and other areas in Virginia.  The average colony size in our area is 10-12 bats, but in a maternity colony the size grows exponentially. Bat Facts The main species of bats that get into Virginia homes …

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squirrel removal

Wild Babies

Wild animal moms nest where they think best.  Many wild animals are having babies now, and like most moms, wild animal moms want to raise their wild babies in a safe, warm place. Some may decide that your chimney, attic, garage or under your porch is the perfect spot. Waiting, …

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beaver removal

Beaver Removal

The cost of beaver damage to your property may range into thousands of dollars in just a few weeks.

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bats in the attic richmond va

Bat Removal

We can help you get control of your situation and yet keep the benefits provided by bats.

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mole removal richmond va

Mole Removal

One mole can dig up to 150 feet of new tunnels in your yard every day - killing grass, flowers and plants

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copperhead snake removal richmond va

Snake Removal

For Professional Snake Removal, Call (800) 457-8630 Snake removal in Central Virginia is the most common call we receive for animal removal services in Henrico, Richmond, Chesterfield and Charlottesville Virginia. Wildlife Removal in Virginia uses humane, time-tested techniques for snake removal and control to prevent future infestations. We begin with …

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