Wildlife Removal Services
Awesome Critter Gitters is a Professional Animal Removal and Control company. We trap everything from mice to deer: bats, birds, bobcats, cougars, coyote, foxes, feral cats, groundhogs, mice, rats, moles, oppossum, raccoon, skunks, snakes, snapping turtles, squirrels, beaver, muskrats, and more. Our experienced inspectors will uncover the noise in your attic or walls and relocate the critters. Next, we'll repair the damage and eradicate the odors.
Are you hearing noises in your attic, walls or crawl space?
Our inspection experts will identify the species of animal, find the entrance point, and then remove the animals using the most humane and professional method. When we are sure ALL the animals are removed we will close up the entry hole and repair the animal damage to prevent them from returning again. We offer a warranty on all our exclusion barriers.
What We Do
Our Wildlife Removal and Control professionals humanely remove animals and prevent them from returning by installing barriers or exclusion work with a written guarantee. We handle animals whose location is both known and unknown, under decks, porches, crawlspaces, basements and in walls. We have industrial fogging machines and sprayers to sanitize, disinfect and kill harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold and odor. Our primary goal is to keep you and your family safe, and the animals out.
We also offer wildlife animal waste and odor removal; attic restoration; insulation removal and installation; kitchen and bathroom vent replacement and roof repair.
We install deck and porch exclusion-barriers; lifetime warranty chimney caps; soffit-fascia repair; vent covers and more. We've got it covered.
Wildlife Removal Services:
- Bat Removal
- Bird Removal
- Bobcat Removal
- Cougar Removal
- Coyote Removal
- Fox Removal
- Feral Cats Removal
- Groundhog Removal
- Mice Exermination and Removal
- Rat Exermination and Removal
- Mole Trapping and Removal
- Oppossum Trapping and Removal
- Raccoon Removal
- Skunk Removal
- Snake Removal
- Snapping Turtle Removal
- Squirrel Removal
- Beaver Trapping and Removal
- Muskrats Trapping and Removal
Additional services we offer:
- Attic Inspection
- Attic Restoration
- Insulation Removal – Installation
- Entry hole Inspection
- Dead Animal Disposal
- Bat Guano Removal
- Raccoon Waste Removal
- Deck-Porch Exclusion-Barriers
- Foundation Repair
- Prevention Consultation
- Insurance Estimate Quotes
- Odor Removal
- Roof Repair
- Roof Vent Repair
- Lifetime Warranty Chimney Caps
- Gutter Guards
- Tree Trimming
- Garage-Shed Exclusion-Barriers
- Siding Repair
- Soffit - Fascia Repair
What We Don't Do
We do not handle domesticated animals like dogs and cats except for feral animals the county refuses to handle. For the removal of domesticated dogs and cats, call your County Animal Control Department. Their telephone number can be found in the front, blue pages of your telephone book, under the COUNTY GOVERNMENT heading. Look for Animal Control in your county. They are a government entity, paid with our tax dollars, license fees, fines and contributions.
Dead animal and odor removal is the subject of many calls, especially large animals like Deer. If the dead animal is within 30 feet of the center line of the road you live on, whoever is responsible for plowing the road is also responsible for the disposal of the animal. It is typically the city, township, county or state.
It is illegal and dangerous for the general public to restrain injured wildlife or attempt rehabilitation without a license. If you encounter a dead animal, do not touch it in case it is stunned or resting. It may recover or be found by its mother if left alone.
If an animal is injured on a roadway, contact the police department that patrols that road or highway and report the animal species if possible, i.e. deer, coon, hawk, etc. The Department of Natural Resource's (DNR) telephone number is in the& State Government (Blue Pages) section, in front of the phone book.
If, after watching the animal for at least 30-60 minutes, you are sure it is sick, injured or acting abnormally, call your State Department of Natural Resources for consultation and information on State Licensed Animal Rehabilitators. Most rehabilitators specialize in rare animals or birds vs. those that are heavily populated. Although licensed by the State, rehabilitators are NOT funded by the State and rely on contributions and donations from people like you.
Trust the #1 Wildlife Removal & Animal Control Professionals
Contact us today to speak with a professional. We'll safely and humanly remove wildlife from your home and keep them out for good. Trust us, the Wildlife Removal experts with over 50 years of experience!