North Carolina’s Longest Standing Wildlife Removal & Pest Control Company (919) 661-0722

North Carolina’s Longest Standing Wildlife Removal & Pest Control Company 
(919) 926-0795

Since 1990, Triangle Wildlife Removal & Pest Control Inc. has offered pest management services and humane animal removal to Raleigh and surrounding areas. We are hardworking and dedicated to humane wildlife removal and pest control problems. We use the most advanced techniques available to handle residential and commercial pest matters safely, effectively and humanely.

Triangle Wildlife Removal Services in Bingham North Carolina

Bingham, NC Wildlife Control

Triangle Wildlife Removal & Pest Control, Inc.
1913 Lost Cove Ln
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 661-0722

Your home offers a number of attractive qualities to wildlife, including warmth, shelter and ample food sources. Unfortunately it may be neither safe nor desirable to welcome a wild animal onto your property. At Triangle Wildlife Removal & Pest Control of Raleigh North Carolina we realize that you may not even be aware that an animal has taken up residence until it has either caused a problem or died. We offer humane animal removal and relocation and exclusion services to deter and prevent further issues.

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We have been in business since 1990 and are the leading wildlife removal service in the Triangle area. Triangle Wildlife Removal and Pest Control was started by Tad Bassett who holds a Bachelors of Science from North Carolina State University in Fisheries and Wildlife Management and also has worked with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.

Our team strives to have a positive outcome for customers but also for the wildlife removed. In some situations, animals can be persuaded to leave the premises simply by habitat modification or simple exclusion. In other situations, the animals will be have to be forcibly removed or trapped but then can be released unharmed, either on the premises or to a more suitable habitat. An example of an animal released on the premises would be an owl in the chimney and an example of trapping and relocation would be squirrels living in the attic or opossums in the crawl space. Once the animal is removed, the area of entry will be secured.

We work diligently with Wildlife Welfare, Inc. Any time orphaned or injured wildlife are encountered we get the animal to a licensed rehabilitator. During “the baby” season we have very good success of getting the females and babies reunited until all can be released in a better habitat.

If you are ever in the need for a professional wildlife removal service in Bingham, NC, please consider allowing Triangle Wildlife Removal the opportunity to remedy your situation.

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Wildlife Removal Company in Bingham, NC

She is very active during this time, often leaving the attic during the daytime to gather additional food. Wildlife removal should alway be left to professionals. This guano will accumulate in your home and can cause health problems as well as structural damage. Again, there are better trapping alternatives. If there is a bat colony in the attic, it is best to exclude the bats from returning. Raccoons will eat just about anything that is available to them. Cleaning up raccoon waste afterward is also a good idea. Some people recommend the use of bright lights, strobing lights, or noises. Raccoons in chimney - This is a scenario that I cover extensively in my raccoon in chimney guide, which carefully explains how to get rid of raccoons in a chimney and fireplace. Your attic is much better. Call us today for wildlife removal services in Bingham.

Bingham, NC Bat Removal Company

Even if they don't get into the your house or fireplace, you will cook animals alive and get a horrendous odor that will last a long time. Bat exclusion and control is extremely important to stop damages. In addition, an adult may not consider the small animal a danger and attempt to remove it by hand. Cleanup: The bats have left droppings in your attic or walls, perhaps by the million. Since bats consume extremely high numbers of mosquitoes and other night-flying insects, they are very beneficial to have around. You can easily get a trap at a hardware store, but making it work successfully is a different story. Paw Hold Traps: These types of traps are also only really used by trappers, often fur trappers, some of whom perform nuisance wildlife removal services. Right now you are totally focused on locating the litter, but don’t forget your personal safety. Some social bats develop maternity colonies, or colonies of females gathered to have their young. When able, a raccoon will examine objects in water. Contact us today for bat removal services in Bingham.

Bingham, NC Raccoon Removal Company

Finally, in almost every state in America there are laws against poisoning these very beneficial animals. Humane raccoon removal is always our first approach. They can often be very hard to find. Distemper is also an important raccoon disease, the early stages of which mimic rabies, and it's important that domestic dogs and cats have full vaccinations and are checked for worms once a year. BAT BEHAVIOR: Bats are nocturnal. It's a large critter, and it doesn't exactly hide its presence with swift and silent movements, like a rat. That is the main principle. Mating occurs during the winter months but can continue until June. Read more about the bat guano cleanup process here. How to release a raccoon - Be careful. Don't stick your hand or fingers in the trap, or you might get bitten. Bring the animal to an appropriate relocation site, and open the door with care and let it run out. Then take the trap and walk away. Reach out to us today for raccoon removal services in Bingham. We offer animal removal services in the area.

Bingham, NC Opossum Removal Company

Holes along TV cables, water pipes, and cracks in drywall or gaps in ceiling tiles are all possible entrance points. Opossum removal is not always necessary but sometimes it must be done. They often crawl down between walls or down along plumbing or wiring, and commonly find their way into basements. Bats are very sensitive to air currents, and the cool air which enters an attic after sunset is what triggers the bats to exit the structure and feed each night. Raccoons can be found all throughout the United States, parts of Canada, and all of Mexico. They are present in nearly all environmental settings, and can be found in both cities and the country. Raccoons are extremely adaptable and have been seen in almost every type of setting including near streams, in forests, in cities, and in grasslands. Raccoons prefer to live in tree hollows, but if these types of dens are not available they will live in recycled burrows made by other mammals or they will make their home in rock and tree crevices. I've seen them climb easy areas on homes, such as downspouts and screened porches, but also harder areas, such as wood trim, brick walls, or even the smooth corner of houses. If they are not able to find their way into your living quarters, they die in the attic. Bats actually don’t need much space to enter your home. This can obviously become quite labor intensive on some structures. An expert can easily tell the difference. Call us today for opossum removal services in Bingham.

Bingham, NC Squirrel Removal Company

That's enough for most people. Squirrel removal is necessary when squirrels have moved into your attic. An expert can easily tell the difference. Exclusions are usually performed in late summer and early fall. This will help you know how they are getting in and you can use this knowledge when it comes time to exclude them. If you decide to purchase a bat house, we offer to install it at no cost. A bat house will NOT lure the bats out. There are other ways to remove them all without using the "babies as bait" method. For more information read my raccoon trapping guide. If you are careful everything will be fine. Contact us today for squirrel removal services in Bingham.

Bingham, NC Snake Removal Services

This could even be areas such as between seat cushions, underneath entertainment centers, behind cabinets, or other areas that allow the bat to be virtually invisible. Never kill snakes always call for professional snake removal first. Bats are very sensitive to air currents, and the cool air which enters an attic after sunset is what triggers the bats to exit the structure and feed each night. The best chance of hearing them is at dusk, as they are lining up to fly out of the house. Step 3 is to install one-way exclusion devices that allow the bats to leave their roost site but not return into the structure. Home builders do not secure soffits to the roof - they are only interested in keeping water out, and ventilation, and don't think about animal entry. Raccoon repellent moth balls - Ah, a very common question. The answer is absolutely no. You can't get rid of raccoons with moth balls. Read all about types of raccoon repellent here. Near the back of the cage is a trip pan. We recently (Aug/05) added a HEPA-vac to our equipment, and are now able to offer attic or other clean-outs. Coon trapping tips - Coon is short for raccoon, or an abbreviation that people often use. Let us know if you need snake removal services in Bingham.

Bingham, NC Rodent Extermination

If the bats are going to fly right back to their established roost site area, why not just evict them from the structure and save them the hassle of flying back. That will result in disaster. Rodent control and exclusion services are a specialty of ours. The body weight of an adult raccoon varies considerably with habitat, making the raccoon one of the most variably sized mammals. It’s good to keep the guano damp so less of the spores drift into the air. In fact, the FTC has issued an official warning against the high-pitch noise machines, stating that they are 100% ineffective and fraudulent. Some of their diseases, including roundworm, trichinosis and rabies, also place people and pets at risk. I then bring them to a wildlife rehabber who will feed and raise them and relocate them to the wild when they are large enough to fend for themselves. In a nutshell, you have to find out how they are flying in and out, install a special one-way device (there are several different types, for different scenarios) over the exit area, and let them fly out, but not fly back in. The idea behind these repellents is that they simply create an unpleasant odor that raccoons don't like, which encourages them to leave. Call us today for rat removal services in Bingham.

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