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Wildlife Control Methods
Trapping and Removal
Humane traps are efficiently placed and monitored in a timely manner. Captured animals are then removed from the property and relocated.
Due to local regulations, an inspection is necessary before we can begin trapping services for porcupines and opossums. This extra step might result in a longer turnaround time for scheduling service.
Once the Wildlife Professional has inspected the property for any potential access points, it’s time to get the animal out and keep them out. Installation of one-way doors will allow the animal to exit but not return. Access points are sealed off with mesh wire. Eventually the door is removed and the hole is sealed.
Another exclusion technique is trenching. This involves digging a trench around the base of a structure and lining it with materials that will prevent animal reentry.
Remediation includes waste removal, surface-cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing.
If insulation is too saturated with solid waste to be cleaned, T•A•P Insulation can be blown in to replace it. As an EPA-registered pesticide, T•A•P Insulation is made from recycled paper that incorporates a borate-based pest control into the product. We can add new T•A•P Insulation in your attic or cap your existing insulation with it.
Will My Homeowners Insurance Cover Wildlife Damage?
Since every homeowners insurance policy is different, it’s important to talk with your agent and find out exactly what is covered by yours.
Most standard home and mobile home insurance policies will cover damage to your home by a wild animal if the animal is not a rodent. Some common nuisance rodents are mice, rats, chipmunks, flying and ground squirrels, groundhogs, and porcupines. Bats, birds, raccoons, and weasels are not rodents, and are often covered.
Usually, the damage must have occurred in a single, identifiable event. If it occurred over a gradual period and preventable action could have been taken, it might not be covered.
When you’re shopping for a policy, talk with an agent about possible wildlife damage scenarios you could face. They will be able to inform you on whether the policy offers coverage in each scenario.
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