Wildlife Exclusion

Simply put, wildlife exclusion is keeping animals out of an area-excluding them from it.  This is done very generically by putting up a fence to say, keep a dog in the yard.   Wildlife and Pest exclusion for a home or business is the same concept. 

What is a Wildlife Exclusion?

Except instead of trying to keep something in, we’re trying to keep it out. Home exclusion is a process in which holes and other entry points to your property are fixed and sealed, in order to prevent the infestation of rodents, insects, and other wildlife. When it comes to keeping unwanted pests and animals out of your home, the right preventative strategies are essential and can save you a lot of money and hassle in the long run. Our team of wildlife control professionals will fully assess your home and fortify your home’s structure, foundation, and entryways. Book a free inspection online to learn more.

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Wildlife Removal Services We Offer

Metro Wildlife and Pest is a full-service wildlife control, removal and remediation company. If your home or property has been taken over by unwanted pests, we will use the most humane animal removal methods possible and provided home exclusion to ensure they don’t come back.

Bat Removal

Bats may be beneficial for the ecosystem, but that doesn’t mean they need to live in your attic! We can provide home exclusion to remove and relocate bats with ease.

Rat Removal Charleston

Rat Removal

Rats love to be around humans, where the food is plentiful. If you have rats in your home, it’s important to have wildlife control services as soon as possible.

Raccons Removal

Raccoons are scavengers that like to make their nests in attics, sheds, and other human dwellings. Conventional animal trappers may unnecessarily harm them

Squirrel Removal

Squirrels may be cute, but they can create quite a mess. If you have squirrels nesting in your attic, our wildlife removal service can take care of them quickly.

Pest Exclusion & Animal Exclusion Tips

Depending on the animal in question, you may wish to reinforce areas of your home such as rooflines, roof returns, soffits, pipe and utility openings, chimneys, vent openings, fences, and any cracks or gaps in your foundation. Most animals are searching for a warm, dry, safe place to live, and may be persistent in their attempts to infiltrate your home, which can expose you and your family to diseases. Many mammals can burrow, dig, chew, scratch, or otherwise destroy your property as a way to get inside. Because many wild animals are clever and agile, as well as relentless, it’s important to reach out to a qualified wildlife control company about their home exclusion services. It could be the best investment you’ll ever make!

Metro Wildlife is on your side in the fight against invasive animals. We offer free inspections, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today and ask us about our home exclusion offerings.

All Animal Removal Services Available

Our friendly, highly trained technicians use effective and environmentally conscious methods to remove unwanted critters from your home or property. Whether you are dealing with rats, squirrels, raccoons, or something similar, we can get the job done! We understand the stress and concern that comes with having an uninvited animal guest in your space, but we’ll take the time to inspect, trap, remove, and clean, so you can get back to living your life.

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