Our animal control will remove raccoons, squirrels and bats from chimneys and attics. Also; skunks and snakes from under crawl spaces. We trap pigeons from roofs and exterminate rats. Call United Wildlife Control today to get a free phone estimate for your home or business.
WEST VIRGINIA NUISANCE WILDLIFE REMOVAL EXPERTS
West Virginia’s wild animals are beautiful, fascinating and varied, but when a wild animal threatens you, introduces a hazard to your home or commercial space, and damages your property, call us immediately. Your West Virginia wildlife professional is experienced at taking care of the animals humanely and according to local and state laws.
We are a full-service network: we trap or remove the animals from your property, clean the biohazard messes they leave behind, repair the areas of the building that the animal damaged, and install blockers if necessary to prevent animals from coming back into your home the same way.
When you call us, your life goes back to normal.
We do not exterminate bugs, remove pets or remove large game animals. We are the ones to call to protect you, your home, your lawn and your property from nuisance wildlife, such as: raccoons, bats, pigeons, skunks, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, rats, gophers, squirrels, moles, beavers, armadillos, chipmunks, mice, snakes, opossums, feral cats, porcupines, rabbits and honeybees.
The Mountain State has the highest average altitude east of the Mississippi, with a mean altitude of 1500 feet, but it also has some extreme lowlands along the Potomac River, Ohio River and Kanawha. Whether you live in the Eastern Panhandle, the Hatfield-McCoy Mountains, the Metro Valley, Mid Ohio, Mountain Lakes region, Mountaineer Country, New River/Greenbrier Valley, Northern Panhandle or the Potomac Highlands, you are bound to come across some of West Virginia’s 70 wild mammals, 300 birds or 57 species of reptiles and amphibians. Conflicts are bound to arise between humans and wild animals. That is where we come in. Your wildlife removal expert has the knowledge and experience to safely, humanely, and legally remove the nuisance wildlife from your property and get your life back to normal.
West Virginia woodpeckers are a frequent problem animal in our state, and strict federal and state laws prohibit shooting them. They drum on the sides of homes, outbuildings or commercial buildings to forage for food, attract mates, and open up a hole wide enough to nest in. From small cone-sized holes to gaping holes large enough for a raccoon to get in, West Virginia woodpeckers cause serious damage to siding, stucco, fascia, soffits, and even sheetrock. The holes they make invite all kinds of other nuisance wildlife to enter your property. Contact us. Your nuisance wildlife removal technician will legally and effectively remove the woodpeckers off of your property and out of your structure, repair the damage they caused, and install deterrents or blockers where needed.
West Virginia raccoons, West Virginia skunks, West Virginia opossums, West Virginia rabbits and even West Virginia porcupines have flourished in human-made habitats, because they are so versatile in their nesting and feeding habits. They forage through yards and gardens, agricultural land, garbage, chicken coops and even kitchens for food. Whether they are after rodents such as West Virginia vole, mice or rats, eating berries, or vegetables out of gardens, girdling young trees, or seeking pet food or trash, they make a mess of property and destroy landscaping. While West Virginia raccoons will actually enter your property to establish their nesting area, West Virginia skunks, West Virginia porcupines or West Virginia opossums prefer spaces under porches, stairs, and out buildings. They will dig dens under structures or right up against the foundation, weakening decks and stairs, and allowing water to seep in and sit right against a structure’s foundation. All of these larger mammals can be carriers of the rabies virus, particularly West Virginia raccoons and West Virginia skunks. Well or sick, these animals are often vicious when cornered or trapped, so it is important to contact us for your removal needs. Your wildlife technician has the expertise and skill to legally and effectively remove these animals from out of your structure or off your property, restore the areas they damaged and sanitize the site where needed.
There are over 20 species of West Virginia snakes in the state, and although only two of them are poisonous, all of their bites can be painful. It is disturbing, to say the least, to discover one or more of these in your residence, work or outbuildings. Contact us for nuisance wildlife removal, including snake removal. Your nuisance wildlife removal operator will safely and effectively remove the snakes from off of your property. Keep in mind, West Virginia snakes,when they are in your home or on your property, are usually seeking food, such as West Virginia mice, rats, voles, moles, and chipmunks. Your wildlife removal professional can seek out evidence of these other nuisance wild animals on your property and take care of their removal, as well.
It is much easier to enjoy West Virginia’s wild animals when they are not invading your home or posing a threat. Your Wildlife Control Specialists know how to handle each species, will safely and legally remove them from your home and property, repair the damage they have caused, clean up the biohazard mess they have left behind, and get you back to your normal life.
Over 75% of the state is forested. The list of Rare, Threatened or Endangered Animals includes: several species of sparrow including Cliff Swallow, star-nosed mole, bats, several snakes including the timber rattlesnake, West Virginia northern flying squirrel, woodpeckers, a couple species of vole, Allegheny woodrat, Golden mouse and meadow jumping mouse, Eastern spotted skunk, among many others.
Usually scout bees select a hollow tree, but many times the wall voids of homes or buildings are chosen for colony sites. The bees may nest in the wall or attic some distance from where they enter the wall. The nest is the comb on which the bees rest, rear brood and store honey.
Our specialty is the removal of wild bird's animals or snakes that gain access into your attic, chimney, walls, or crawl space. Some animals however, can cause damage to your property. Our services include professional wildlife trapping and removal using phone coaching by using digital pictures sent via e-mail to assist you to resolve your particular bird or animal control problem, preventing damage to your property, home, or business.