We are Detroit Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Detroit, MI. We are proud to offer technicians serving each area of the city, something we are able to do as one of the city’s biggest wildlife control companies. Thanks to our technicians strategically spread across the metropolitan area, someone is typically available and nearby in very little time. Our services extend across the full range of animal removal and control, including removal of animals that are likely to destroy your lawn, which tend to be digging critters like moles. Moles and groundhogs, even squirrels, have a reputation for destroying gardens or landscaping. No matter the animal that we are dealing with, we will never use poison during the wildlife removal process. Poison is inhumane and ineffective; depending on the critter in question, using it may even be illegal. Instead, we rely on effective, humane, and legal methods that eliminate the wildlife as well as the diseases they may spread. The potential for disease from animals depends on the critter in question but risks can include Histoplasmosis, Leptospirosis, and Salmonella, all of which can be transmitted to humans. When you call us, you do not necessarily need to make an appointment right away unless you want. We will also give you free wildlife removal advice over the phone. Call us now at 313-769-3934 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
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It is common to encounter animals in the eaves of your commercial building or house. Most animals will survive in the environment by utilizing the different resources that they may encounter. The holes that have been caused by the water or insect damage and the fascia boards that are missing allows them to enter our house without any difficulties. They are not necessarily aware that they are trespassing on a private property; the only thing they know is that this entry point lead them to a comfortable and warm place.
How to Get Rid of the Wild Animals in Your Eaves
Raccoons and gray squirrels can get to our eaves through the missing roof board and rotten fascia. If these areas have been compromised, they can easily gnaw the materials to create an accessible entry hole. Once they made it through, they will start creating damages. You must encourage them to leave your property to prevent health risks and structural damages related to them.
Hazing can be used to get rid of the animal in your eaves. Hazing involves the manipulation of their denning area and creating a bright, smelly, and noisy area. This will make them uncomfortable and will encourage them to relocate. There are different ways on how you can do this. However, if there is a baby animal in your eaves, you might want to avoid this removal method. Hazing technique may lead to the abandonment of the nest that can lead to more problems.
Adding Light Inside the Structure- Some animals will not appreciate a bright environment. By introducing light in your eaves, you can get rid of the animal. However, this may not work for the animal that has established their den in your eaves. Furthermore, the animal can easily chew the cords that will make your efforts invalid. You should also be cautious on the temperature of the light. Keep it away from flammable materials such as woods to avoid problems.
Using Radio- This is another popular hazing technique that is being used for ages. Most wild animals will hate the presence of human activities. By tuning the radio into the talk station, this will make the animal think that there are humans nearby.
Repellent-No repellent will give you a long-term solution against animals. Perhaps the most effective would be the eviction fluid. Understand that you may only use this during the nesting season.
Sealing the Holes
Once the animal has been removed from your eaves, you must make sure that it will never come back again. If you don’t animal-proof your house, it will not take too long before they come back. Chicken wire, hardware cloth, and welded wire are the best materials to use when sealing their entry points. They are inexpensive and durable.
Finally, in case you are unsuccessful in your endeavors, you should try to ask the help of the experts. They will be inspecting every nook and cranny of your house to find out about the source of infestation. They can then devise a removal plan that will get rid of the animal ultimately.