Grand Lake Wildlife Control

If you have a Grand Lake home or summer cabin in Grove, Jay, Ketchum, Disney, Vinita or other surrounding areas - it is not a question of if you will have nuisance wildlife problems - it is simply a question of when.
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Grand Lake Wildlife Control

The Grand Lake region presents it's own unique challenges when it comes to controlling critters such as squirrels, raccoons, armadillos, snakes and other wild animals. When it comes to wildlife it is important to remember that they basically want three things: food, water and shelter.
The Grand Lake area offers all three and is consequently abundant with many species of troublesome critters. The mast-bearing trees such as oaks and the water itself attracts a food chain of wildlife and creates a food source for all animals. Shelter is plentiful. This raccoon was discovered by The Wildlife Whisperer enjoying the attic of a Grand Lake area home.
raccoon found by the skunk whisperer in a grand lake attic
Consequently, preventative measures are particularly important for vacation homes, and also because many Grand Lake homes are left vacant for long periods of time, therefore wildlife damage is often times quite drastic by the time it's discovered by the property owner.
Common problems in areas such as Ketchum and Grove include skunks under homes and woodpiles, birds, squirrels and raccoons in attics, woodpeckers destroying chimneys, chipmunks and armadillos burrowing under foundations and sidewalks causing erosion, and opossums raiding uncovered garbage cans. Venomous and non-venomous snakes raid bird houses and love unkempt shorelines and thick brush.
Boat docks can also be a problem area, nuisance raccoons frequently destroy boat houses and defecate all over and inside boats and on the docks, while beavers destroy Styrofoam and wooden plank decks.
The wide variety of properties around Grand Lake present some challenges too. Lakeside homes are often built right into the hillsides to allow the owners to enjoy the lake views.
Hillside homes often mandate the use of taller ladders to enable wildlife control professionals to access hard to reach locations on the house. Consequently, we always come prepared with 32'- 40' ladders.
Grand Lake areas such as Grove and Ketchum were instrumental in the development of our high standards when it comes to customer service and smart wildlife control methods for all the homes we service. It can take hours to reach some Grand Lake destinations so it is particularly important for methods to work the first time. Exclusions, attic damage clean-up and house repairs demand keen troubleshooting and problem solving with longevity in mind.
 
Cape Coral, Fort Myers & Pine Island
Sanibel Island, Captiva, Boca Grande and
surrounding areas in Southwest Florida
Mobile Response #: 239-900-6411
1242 SW Pine Island Rd, #42
Cape Coral, Florida 33991-2126
info@totalwildlifecontrol.com
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