AAA Affordable Wildlife Control is Markham’s best option for squirrel and raccoon removal solutions. If you have a wildlife control problem and you live in Markham, know that you can call us for a safe process & humane removal.
Don’t worry! When you call us for your wildlife removal in Markham we will effectively and humanely remove the nuisance animals from inside your property. Know that you are in safe hands with all of our technicians who come to help you, we want to hold up our trusted name and reputation.
We can tailor wildlife control to your specific needs. We service residential and commercial properties, taking care of all pest animal removal issues. Wild animals that we have successfully removed permanently from properties in the past include raccoons, squirrels, pigeons, and skunks.
Raccoons are known to be very troubling to a lot of residents in the Markham area. They can even have rabies, so if you have a raccoon problem you should get the problem fixed as soon as possible.
Signs You Have a Wildlife Problem
- Do you hear weird sounds late at night or early in the morning when the house is quiet? Do you hear a scratching or gnawing sound or does it sometimes sound like something is moving around in your ceiling or walls? These are signs that you have a family of raccoons, squirrels or some other type of wildlife living and eating in your attic. These animals will also build nests in chimneys and any other open space they can find.
- If you think one of these creatures have moved into your home, you can inspect the roof and vents leading into the attic for damage. They will chew and tear holes in your air vents, rip holes along the overhang and roof if the shingles are old to find shelter where they can make their new home.
- Sometimes, you can even see them going in and out of these holes and you can see them or their nest by shining a light into any dark area where they may have gained access. If you hear any of these weird noises or find holes, damaged vents or any other signs indicating something has moved in, then it’s time to call in a wildlife control professional.