Animal Removal & Wildlife Control Services
in the greater Pasco County Area
Welcome to our Web site! If you've found our site, you're likely not having the best of days. But don't worry–we're wildlife removal experts! For more than a decade, we have been serving Pasco County and the surrounding areas, performing trapping, exclusion, sanitation, and repair for all manner of wildlife invasion or infestation. As experts in the field of Bat Removal, we provide world-class service to remove nuisance creatures from your home, make any necessary repairs, and add improvements to your home to prevent any future animal problems. We are a full-service wildlife removal company and we're here to help!
Pasco County wildlife removal services are required to be licensed and insured in order to operate. We are fully insured and carry the proper licenses to trap, remove, and exterminate nuisance wildlife critters in Pasco County, FL. We abide by these laws to ensure that all animals are removed humanely and efficiently so that your home can be a safe place to live. If you are a do-it-yourself-er and want to attempt to remove wildlife from your home on your own, we urge you to be extremely cautious and leave the more diffcult parts of trapping and removal to a trained expert from Centurian Wildlife Control.
Do I Need a Wildlife Inspection in Pasco County, Florida?
In order to do a successful home trapping, our Raccoon Removal technicians will take a throrough look around the exterior of your Pasco County home, and inspect the attic, porch, and garage spaces if necessary. Most wildlife issues in Pasco County are the result of suburban development and poor planning on part of the building company that made the home. As residential communities have moved out into previously undeveloped land during that last half of a century, it has become more likely that animals like raccoons, rats, possums, squirrels, snakes, bats, and invasive bird species will be found in the outdoor living space of your home. With the promise of food sources and shelter from rain and other elements, attic spaces and garages look pretty appealing to these creatures, so they make a home begin to reproduce.
Once our technicians have located the nest of the animals who have invaded your Pasco County home, they will be able to figure out how they are able to come and go from their nest. There is usually damaged vents, soffit, shingles, or tiles that allow animals to enter into roofs and attics. Porches with an open crawlspace make it very easy for animals to set up shop underneath there. Broken basement windows and cellar entrances are great ways for rats and other small animals to get in. If you have a problem with wild animals roaming in the yard, check the fenceline for the Latest News. These are just a few of the things our Pasco County technicians are looking for during an inspection.
Animal Trapping in Pasco County
You can find all the equipment you need to trap nuisance animals at a home improvement warehouse store, or from an online retailer. If you aren't up to the task, you can call a Pest Control company. For most animals, we use what are called live traps. These are baited metal cages that trap the critter inside once it tries to take the bait. No harm comes to the animal, and we relocate the animal based on the local Pasco County laws regarding animal relocation. It is our belief that all nuisance animals have a place...somewhere else, so we don't exterminate them unless completely necessary (overly aggressive, rabid, etc).
Rats are one of the only animals that wildlife control experts all agree need to be exterminated. Unfortunately, they do far more damage than most animals in a shorter amount of time, and are extremely difficult to catch. Moreover, they reproduce extremely quickly. Our Pasco County trapping team uses what are called snap traps to exterminate rats quickly and efficiently. These traps sever the spinal cord and cause instant, painless death for these little creatures. 24/7 Wildlife Control is committed to humane trapping and extermination of all of God's creatures.
Pasco County Wildlife Sanitation and Cleanup
The team in charge of cleanup for Pasco County, Florida is a group of highly trained professionals who will treat your home as if it is your own. They are extremely thorough and will recommend repair and restoration work if there are surfaces that can't be sanitized so that you and your family are not exposed to hazardous materials. Because animals aren't toilet-trained, if they are nesting in a place like the attic, they are going to use every available surface in that attic as a toilet. Feces and urine from wildlife species will quickly soak through insulation and cause unsightly stains on your ceiling. They aren't just tough to look at–they also contain bugs like mites and ticks, and have the potential to transmit zoonotic diseases. Rabies and Leptospirosis are among some of the most common zoonotic diseases.
Remember, if you find feces or urine from a wild animal in your Pasco County home, do not touch it. There have been several cases in the past few years of rabies in Pasco County, as well as other diseases that can be spread by animal feces. If you have pets or small children in your home, make sure that they stay away from any animals that you find in and aroudn the home, as well as feces and nesting materials.
Pasco County Restoration and Repair Services
Pasco County Animal Control restoration team is the best in the area. Part of a full-service wildlife removal includes repair services from our restoration team, guaranteeing that the finished product will be as it was before the animal infestation, or better! Our team takes pride in their work and has been working in the community for over 10 years, establishing themselves as the best in this business. Your sales manager will provide a quote for full service wildlife removal upon request.
Remember, if you find feces or urine from a wild animal in your Pasco County home, do not it. There have been several cases in the past few years of rabies in Pasco County, as well as other diseases that can be spread by animal feces. If you have pets or small children in your home, make sure that they stay away from any animals that you find in and aroudn the home, as well as feces and nesting materials.