Grand Rapids, MI Pest Control of Animals
Grand Rapids‘s Best Pest Animal Removal616-591-5641
Here at Grand Rapids Pest Control of Animals, our wildlife experts can safely and professionally solve any problem with unwanted wildlife in your home or on your property. We are a full-service operation, offering:
- Inspections of your home and attic to find wildlife entry holes and damage
- Wildlife damage repairs and prevention
- Animal exclusion and trap-free critter eviction
- Humane animal trapping, removal, and relocation
- Cleanup services and odor control
- Dead Animal Removal
- Emergency Animal Removal
The common animal species we deal with include squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rats & mice, opossums, bats, snakes, birds, moles, and more. We are fully licensed and insured in Grand Rapids, MI. We work 7 days a week. Give us a call today to discuss your wildlife problem and to schedule a fast appointment to solve it. We look forward to hearing from you!
Call 616-591-5641 for a fast appointment!
Grand Rapids Animal Trapping
We offer humane live cage trap animal removal. It’s important to remember two things when it comes to animal trapping.
First, simply trapping animals does not always solve a wildlife problem in Grand Rapids. For example, if you have raccoons in the attic, if you simply trap an adult raccoon, you still have to deal with the nest of baby raccoons in the attic, which are there 90% of the time. Or if you have skunks living under your deck, new ones may move in shortly after the current ones are trapped and removed.
It’s important to address the entire problem. If you have Grand Rapids animals in the attic, you must remove the babies, identify and seal shut all entry holes, and clean up the animal waste. If critters are living under your porch, you must seal shut the perimeter with screen or lattice so new animals can’t go under there. Trapping is only a part of wildlife control.
Second, trapping is an art. Specifically, there are dozens of small details that go into doing it correctly. These details are obvious to our experienced Grand Rapids wildlife control professional, but an amateur just isn’t aware of all the little details:
- Is the cage the right style, the right size, the right build?
- Is it set flush to the ground with the proper pan tension?
- Is the bait the right type, the right position, to lead the animal in but prevent bait theft or early pan trigger?
- Is the trap in the shade, so the animal doesn’t overheat?
- Is it clear of obstructions or items that a caged animal can damage?
- And so on.
Grand Rapids Rodent Exterminator
Our rodent control process is different than most Grand Rapids pest control companies. They treat rats and mice like insects, instead of mammals. They use poison, which never solves the problem permanently. Poison is just a lazy quick fix, that rarely even works the first time! And it results in stinky dead rodent carcasses.
We do not use poison. We remove the rats or mice from your home or building PERMANENTLY, often within as little as a week. The key is that we stop the problem forever by finding and sealing shut 100% of the entry holes that rats and mice use to enter your house. No more way inside, no more rodents! Once we seal everything shut, it’s easy to trap all the hungry rats or mice with snap traps, and then the problem is gone for good. We are not your typical Grand Rapids exterminator who wants to sign you to a quarterly service contract for life. When we do our job correctly, you’ll never have to call us back again!
Grand Rapids Bat & Bird Removal
We are experts in solving bat and bird problems in Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids has many colonizing bats that enter homes and other buildings. Your attic is a great place to live and raise baby bats! Bats must be treated with special care in Grand Rapids because of state laws protecting bats, not to mention that bats are good animals that eat insects and live up to 15 years, and should not be killed flippantly.
We remove 100% of the bats from your house without killing a single one via a process called a live exclusion. We install one-way funnels and netting that allow bats to fly out of your house, but not back in. The key to our process, which makes us the best bat control in Grand Rapids, is that we find and seal shut 100% of the entry holes that bats use to enter the structure – areas as small as a quarter inch thick.
When it comes to Grand Rapids birds, such as pigeons, starlings, or grackles, we prevent them from roosting on your building, ledge, beam, awning, etc by installing barrier devices or anti-roosting devices, such as netting or needle strips. Call us today to make your space bird-free, and get rid of those pesky droppings!
Grand Rapids Animal Removal
Grand Rapids Raccoon Removal
Raccoons are a common animal pest in Grand Rapids. Raccoons are known for breaking into attics, knocking over garbage cans, pooping in the pool, threatening pets, and a host of other destructive behavior. We are experts in Grand Rapids raccoon trapping.
Grand Rapids Squirrel Removal
Squirrels are the most common animal to enter Grand Rapids attics. They do it twice a year in Grand Rapids, both in late winter (early spring) and late summer (early autumn). It’s always a single female squirrel who is raising a nest of young, and you often notice them when the babies grow to 6 weeks old and start running around.
Grand Rapids Bird Removal
Whether you’ve got pigeons roosting on a beam, chimney swifts in your fireplace, geese pooping all over your lawn, or chirping in the attic or on the roof, we can solve all matter of Grand Rapids bird problems, effetively and legally.
Grand Rapids Snake Removal
Grand Rapids is home to over 20 species of snake. Most of them are harmless. Venomous snakes in Grand Rapids are rare. That said, if you feel threatened by a snake and want it removed, we are experts in safe snake capture, and we can come to your home fast!
Grand Rapids Dead Animal Removal
If you have a bad odor in your house, or if you see a dead animal on your property, we can safely remove it for you. We have an excellent success rate in finding dead critters inside homes, attics, and walls, and cut the animals out, and deodorize.