Animal Removal & Control Video Transcript

Armadillo Wildlife: Our Nuisance Animal Removal and Control Service

Video Script

Bats, raccoons, squirrels and other animals that have decided to make your residence their "home away from home" can be a nightmare that not only leads to major property damage, but can put the health of your family and pets at risk. Fortunately, that is where our comprehensive nuisance wildlife and animal removal service comes to the rescue.

At ARMADILLO WILDLIFE, we have more than 20 years of experience helping families and safely and effectively remove nuisance wildlife from their homes -- and reclaim their peace of mind. We are the animal control experts that the professionals trust and recommend! Our nuisance wildlife and animal removal service is built on a proven process that includes the following key phases:

We start by performing a comprehensive, end-to-end home inspection. As any animal control expert will tell you, wildlife is notoriously clever, and will move and adapt to find new spaces. However, even the most resourceful animals cannot escape our inspection! We check every corner, every nook, and every crawl space. Plus, we can detect even the faintest signs that wildlife has been present in an area, so even if they have moved to a different part of the house -- or are outside of the home foraging for food -- be assured that we will track them down.

Once we itemize all damage and identify all potential entry points, we put together a customized plan that puts a permanent end to your problems and worries. It is important to note that not all animals behave and react the same way, or have the same habits (more information on this is provided further below). As such, your plan will have sub-sections to remove and exclude each type of animal.

After we consult with you, answer all of your questions, and confirm that you are 100% comfortable with your customized plan, we carry out the work in a professional, diligent, efficient, reliable and quality-assured manner. If your plan includes trapping animals that are in your home, we will humanely remove and relocate them into an appropriate natural habitat. If your plan includes excluding animals, then we will implement a variety of effective no-trap techniques to keep wildlife from returning to your home. This typically includes repairing, sealing, screening and covering all entry points and vulnerable areas, and doing so in a manner that does not damage your home's esthetics. We have found exclusion to be particularly effective when dealing with bats, raccoons, squirrels, and when facing the problem of nuisance wildlife underneath decks.

Once your animal removal plan is completely carried out -- which may include trapping/releasing, exclusion or both -- we carefully and thoroughly inspect your home to ensure that you are 100% free of nuisance wildlife. And of course, we are always just a phone call away if you have any questions or concerns. Be assured that we do not use "scare tactics" to sell services that our valued customers do not need. We provide honest advice that is based on decades of experience. We treat our customers' homes as if they were our own, and nothing makes us prouder or happier than hearing our customers say: "Because of you, our family can finally get a peaceful night's sleep!"

Armadillo Wildlife is proud to serve the Fort Wayne community, as well as Warsaw, Auburn, Angola, Syracuse, and surrounding areas. To learn more about our safe, effective, proven and guaranteed nuisance wildlife and animal removal service, contact the experts at ARMADILLO WILDLIFE today. Our experience is your advantage!

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“You need to know Rollin Miller and his Armadillo wildlife removal company!  We have had Rollie remove a muskrat from our pond, plus ground hogs and skunks from our back yard! His service is the best around! He is both professional and quick!  Thanks to Rollie our dog and cats have a better place to roam with out getting hurt! Wonderful service and always with a smile!!”

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