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Exclusion Proofing & Protection


Nuisance Wildlife Removal has over ten years of experience in solving nuisance animal problems. The following is a list of common entry points that animals most often use to find their way into your home or business. Nuisance Wildlife Removal's technicians are trained and prepared to close off these entry points and remove these animals from your home or business.

Plumbing Stacks
Rodents who enter your plumbing stacks find that once they are in, they cannot get back out again. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will use galvanized hardware cloth to screen your plumbing stacks to prevent rodents from entering. Try our new Stack Guard system

Louver Vents
Animals can very easily enter your attic through these vents. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will install a subtle screen to close off this entry point. This screen is aesthetically pleasing and will look as if it belongs on the home.

Construction Gaps
Any construction gaps in your home are prime access for rodents and other small animals. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will inspect and seal off these entry points.

Soffit Vents
Soffit vents have a tendency to rot, and the screens are very lightweight making it easy for the animal to penetrate your home. We will install an aluminum soffit vent to rectify this problem.

Dryer Vents
Most animals love the warmth provided by the dryer and they will find your dryer vents a wonderful place to live. In addition, dryer vents provide easy access to your home. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will install a bird and pest guard to prevent these animals from taking residence in your dryer vent.

Chimneys
It is easy for an animal to get into your home through the chimney, but the animals often find that they are unable to get back out the same way they came in. Once the animal has been removed, Nuisance Wildlife Removal will install a chimney cap to prevent any further entry.

Roof Vents
Birds love to nest in your roof vents, and if a raccoon is particularly eager, it will rip the vent off your roof to get into your attic. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will install a roof vent guard to prevent this from happening.

Fan Vents
The screen that comes with the fan on your roof can be easily pushed in by raccoons, squirrels, and other animals. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will install a stainless steel roof vent guard over the fan.

Exhaust Vents
Birds commonly nest in exhaust vents, Nuisance Wildlife Removal will screen them to prevent further entry.

Decks & Patios
Animals commonly take residence underneath your deck or patio. Installing a barrier wall will solve this and problem.

Roof Overlaps
Gaps in the roof are easy access for rats, birds, squirrels, and other small animals. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will seal these gaps to prevent entry.

Foundation Vents
Rats and mice commonly enter your home through foundation vents. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will screen these vents, making it impossible for rodents to enter.

Attic Restoration
When animals enter your attic, the insulation is often used as nesting material, and is ruined by feces and urine. Your walls are often damaged by gnawing or chewing. Nuisance Wildlife Removal will clean and disinfect the area and replace the insulation. Our goal is to return your home to its previous state, before the damaged caused by the nuisance animal.

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