Here at Wildlife Removal Services, we use a tried-and-true simple system for rodent removal. It keeps you and your family safe from exposure, it keeps your property oder and contaminate free, and it protects your property from future infestations.

Rodent Removal : Locate and Remove the Dead Animal

It is possible for you to DIY your home rat control. But doing so puts you at risk of exposure to the many contaminates, diseases, viruses, and waste excretions, especially if you are not knowledgable in best safety and disposal practices.

And to be honest, you may do a partial job very well, but if you do not follow all the best rat control methods, you can be over run by new rat populations in weeks or months.

We’ll locate all dead animals, bag them up, and remove them from your property. We do not leave any dead animals in your trash bins.


Rodent Removal: Deodorize and Sanitize the Area

We use industrial strength cleaners that are specially formulated to remove “that dead smell” as well as urine and fece odors and sanitize all surfaces so your family is safe from exposure to nasty residue.


Rodent Removal: Identify entry points and provide a quote for rodent proofing.

Listed are some common entry point for rats, mice and other rodents. The pros at Wildlife removal Services, will inspect every option to make sure we identify all the possible entry points, and we’ll provide quotes on the cost of fixing or sealing off those same points.

Windows without properly maintained screens
Windows should be visually inspected every year to make sure no new damage has been caused by rodents wanting entry to your home.

Gaps between walls and floors
Once the get in to your walls, depending on the construction of your home, they have the potential of getting to any wall space in your home.

Unsealed drainage pipes
Rats and Rodents have no issues traveling up drainage pipes, so make sure all pipes on your property are sealed.

Sink or bathtub drains
Similar to drainage pipes, rats and rodents have been known to access a home from the public sewers, up the sink or bathtub drain pipes. So make sure those pipes are block within your home.

Basements and Sub-level floors
Depending on the construction on age of your home, basements may not be a sealed as completed as when they were first built. If there is a way in, rodents will find it.

Roofs and Attics
Rats especially will climb trees that overhang your roof and jump to your roof. Once on top your home, they have free rein exploring until they find or create an entry point.

Cracks and holes in closets
You might be surprised how often you might find a hidden hole or crack in a closet. Rodents can easily gnaw through drywall if they choose to. Holes that already exist to allow DIT wiring in the house are open invitations for rodent to expand the space so they can explore for food.

They create their own entry point
Rats and rodents will gnaw through dray wall, wiring, insulation, pipe insulation and more to get to food sources, especially if they catch a sent of food awaiting them on the other side.


Call the pros.

While we‘ve include a good amount of advice and tips so you can start protecting your home from rodent invasions, for some, the best course of action is to call the professionals. Professional service providers already have all the materials needed and the experience to protect your home in an effective manner.


About Wildlife Removal Services

Offering humane wildlife removal services to San Diego, Orange, and Temecula counties.

With over 9 years of experience Wildlife Removal Services should be your first choice when calling a Wildlife Removal Specialist.

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San Diego – 619-786-6440 Temecula – 951-296-0286 Orange County – 714-421-4793