Raccoon Damage Control in San AntonioAnimal Damage Control Services in San Antonio

Critter Control of San Antonio offers full-service wildlife control. When you have wildlife inside your home, the potential damages can be extensive. Critter Control of San Antonio can repair damages done by the wildlife and you can rest assured that it will be handled professionally, humanely, and quickly.

Animal Damage Repair Methods

Critter Control of San Antonio offers repair methods to keep damages from becoming dangerous for your home and family. Your technician will be trained and experienced in the removal of animal droppings and removing odors and stains.

Animals may leave large messes; these animals are some of the biggest offenders: 

Bats - Bats will leave behind a great amount of guano (bat droppings) that can cause health problems and a mess inside your home.

Racoons - Raccoons decide on one location to use as their bathroom in your house. It's called a latrine. The raccoon may think he's being polite, but it leaves quite the mess, especially if it's entangled in your insulation. 

Mice - Mice will crawl in your insulation and leave droppings mixed in. They also leave droppings all over your entire attic. 

Some of the professional wildlife damage repair methods can help in prevention. Preventing wildlife from entering your home is the best way to avoid the need for wildlife damage repairs.

Screening vents, chimney caps, and closing entry holes are just a few of the damage repairs that will help keep wildlife out at the same time. Call Critter Control of San Antonio for professional and humane animal damage repairs.

Wildlife Damage Repair Services

The animals have been removed, but are you finished yet?

Chimney Caps Installation in San AntonioNuisance wildlife in your home can create problems many homeowners never think of. These animals can carry ectoparasites, which after the wildlife host is evicted, may move inside the home looking for a new host—including you! Bat bugs, mites, ticks, and fleas are just some of the ectoparasites you need to be concerned about. Mice in the walls, bats in the chimney, or various other visitors are notorious for bringing these animals in.

Ask our Wildlife Management Specialists to inspect your home and treat for these critters, after your problem species is removed.

Please note: We do NOT remove dead animals.