Wildlife Control VS Pest Control

Last Updated: June 2016

Wildlife control and pest control- Two terms that have been interchanged for as long as people have been experiencing invasion by squirrel, bed bugs, raccoons, ants and more. While what they do have in common is eviction, these two services are actually worlds apart, actually, species. While one is in no way better than the other, wildlife control and pest control are services that each specialize in different aspects of commercial or home invasion (by animal) and it is important to recognize and understand the distinction as to call the right one when experiencing such problems. The repercussions in calling the wrong people to get the job done can result in fines, animal abuse, property damage and more. It may not even get the job done, and instead escalate the problem costing you more in the end.

Wildlife Control

If you have a raccoon problem, squirrel problem, bird problem or something similar, then what you need is a wildlife control technician to help you solve it. When facing mammals, birds or some reptiles, wildlife removal or wildlife control experts will gladly help you get rid of animal from property. Wildlife control technicians are trained professionals with skills of various humane methods to remove wildlife from your property. They have the experience required to successfully identify a wildlife problem, locate it, remove animal and prevent animal from re-entering. Wildlife Control experts are familiar with the rules, regulations and best practices when it comes to dealing with wildlife where as a pest control technician would not.

Pest Control

Pest control technicians would be the service to call for when experiencing problems with ants, cockroaches, bed bugs etc. Smaller critters that require something similar to an exterminator service require pest control to take care of it. Pest control experts are familiar with the best practices in bugs, insects, and should not be called in for wildlife removal. This can result in a negative outcome.

Pest control technicians, while they are experts in their field of pest removal, are not experts and not the people to call for wildlife removal. Because they have not undergone the same training as a wildlife removal technician, if they do take a wildlife removal job (which they shouldn’t) the outcome can cause more harm than good.

Problems with Hiring Pest Control for Wildlife Problems

  • Pest control companies don’t have the experience and training wildlife removal companies have
  • Thorough inspections won’t be conducted (rooftops, chimneys)
  • Improper/inhumane handling of wildlife (which can result in fines or even worse injuring or killing animal)
  • Providing inaccurate information about wildlife removal process
  • Does not have the same liability insurance
  • Incorrect disposal or removal processes
  • Damage to property
  • Complicate issue further, costing you much more in the end while not even properly solving initial problem

A great way to determine the difference between the two if you’re not sure is to see how they identify themselves. If their image represents that of a company that has to do mainly with insects, bugs etc., then don’t call them for wildlife removal.  If you’re unsure about whether you are hiring the right type of company for your problem, here are a couple questions you can ask.

  • What type of animals does your service specialize in?
  • What kind of training and licensing do your technicians have?
  • What are your animal removal methods and is it humane?
  • How many years of experience in wildlife removal do you have?
  • Does your company have liability insurance?

You can also ask the company in question to provide you with a source of reviews for you to see. In the same way the pest control shouldn’t be called for wildlife removal problems, wildlife removal companies shouldn’t be called for pest control issues. It is all about knowing what kind of problem you’re experiencing and finding a trustworthy company, specializing in this issue to help you.

If you’re experiencing wildlife control problems in your home or commercial area, call a professional wildlife control company like SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated.  Our technicians having years of experience, conduct humane methods, are honest, reputable and professional. Our services ensure that your problem will be solved, and that your property remains wildlife-free.  Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated at 1-800-981-0330 today for all your wildlife control concerns.

How to select the right wildlife control company for you

Last Updated: June 2016

It’s no secret that there are a ton of selections for wildlife control companies in Ontario who can help you solve your wildlife problem which is why it is difficult selecting the right wildlife control company. From east of the GTA to the west, north and south, the number of options are countless. This, I’m sure can get pretty overwhelming especially when all you need is a quick fix. Whether it’s an absolutely urgent problem that you need solved today, or something that you can spend an extra couple minutes researching, there are a couple things you should look out for in any of the options that you are choosing from. These factors can mean the difference in terms of the safety of you and your family, the technicians solving your wildlife problem and when looking out for the best interest of the animals and the environment. So, if selecting the right kind of wildlife control company is important to you, whether it’s a squirrel in your attic, raccoon in your garage or bird in the house etc. here are a couple things you should be looking out for.

Proper Licensing and Coverage

Although sometimes it means hiring for a lesser cost, having a wildlife control company/operator do work for you without being properly licensed or a company who isn’t covered/protected is way too big a risk. By choosing a company or a technician who doesn’t hold the proper qualifications to be conducting the processes required to properly conduct wildlife control processes can cost someone’s safety, damage of property, inhumane treatment of animals or more. In the end, you saving those extra couple dollars at the beginning will not be worth the problems that you can avoid facing by choosing a licensed, well trained, insured wildlife control company and operator/technician.

Things you should ask for from a wildlife control company

  • Do they have Fall Arrest/Working at Heights certification?
  • Have all of their technicians undergone proper training courses?
  • Does the company have a Trapping License from the Ministry of Natural Resources?
  • Are they available 24/7?
  • Will they conduct processes humanely?
  • Is it a pest control company, or a wildlife control company?
  • Does the company have at least $3,000,000 liability coverage?

Respect for the Animals & Environment

In this line of business, it is easy to encounter people and companies who may not hold the same feeling towards wildlife as others. It is, after all, the business of removing wildlife from your property, wildlife often considered nuisances and problems. The truth is, the nuisance is in the part where unwelcome wildlife start using your home as their habitat possibly causing damage and bringing outside germs and disease in the house. The nuisance is not the animal itself – animals who are likely being driven out of their natural habitat in search of a place to raise their young or find themselves shelter. This is something that should be clear when you are selecting the right wildlife control company. You need to ensure that the technician/operator that you want to hire to do the job understands the difference and will not treat the animals inhumanely and know how to treat them so that there is no question. SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated understands that when moving animals away from the property, to move it 1km away. They understand the proper procedure when catching an animal is to never trap by the neck. SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated also understands how to properly remove wildlife from your property during baby season, which is by ensuring that the mother is easily able to locate the babies while the babies are in a safe, heated box. There are specific laws in place that specify proper treatment of wildlife. To encourage the proper treatment of animals, both inside and outside the home, select a wildlife control operator/technician who know these processes and have these values.

The right wildlife control company will be friendly, open and honest

When doing any kind of business, having someone work with/for you who is friendly and with whom you get along with can always make the process a little bit more pleasant. Rather than hiring someone who can get the job done while you struggle tolerating the entire process, you should hire someone who can get the job done well, who is friendly, can offer great service and is honest. Business is business, some people say, but business means people. This means interactions, relationships and good service. At SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated we continuously deliver exceptional customer service, even after the job is done. If you have any questions or concerns, you can always call back to have them addressed. When looking for the right wildlife control company, look for someone who can be open and honest right from the start, whether it be about the fees or the process. This also makes the process of having them work on your property easier. Nobody likes getting unpleasant surprise at the end of the job, so when choosing a company, find someone who will be honest with you.

Knowledgeable and Professional

It’s easy to claim knowing all there is about a trade, but it’s another thing to be able to do it. When selecting the right wildlife control company, be sure that they aren’t purely talk, but can also get the job done and know what they’re doing. A poorly trained technician can result in inefficient work, safety concerns, and health concerns and in the end, be the cause for a loss of time and money. When picking the company, make sure that they are well trained, know what they’re doing, why they are doing it, and conducts the process properly. This makes it so that you only have to get the job done once, the right way. The right wildlife control company who is knowledgeable and professional will be able to explain the situation to the customer, will tell the customer how the problem will be solved, solve it and then answers any additional questions the customer may have. You can easily spot a company who meets this qualification be seeing what others are saying about it. Look for reviews or testimonials for previous customers opinions on how the company operates.

SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated

SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated is a company who meet and exceed these expectations and requirements. We are a company with over 10 years of experience who understand the right way to handle wildlife control. We know that proper licensing and coverage will help protect the customer, the company and the wildlife. We understand that in this business, some try to get away by treating animals inhumanely in their removal process. We are not one of these companies. SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated will tell you all of the information you need to know up-front and will explain the process and answer any questions you have during or after the job is done. We are knowledgeable and professional and always put out our best when doing our work.

SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated has:

  • Fall Arrest/Working at Heights certification
  • Technicians have undergone proper training courses
  • Have a Trapping License from the Ministry of Natural Resources
  • Available 24/7
  • Is a professional Wildlife Control company
  • Conduct wildlife control processes humanely
  • $5,000,000 liability coverage

If you notice signs of wildlife in your house give us a call. At SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated, we provide superior wildlife removal services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Let us help you solve your wildlife problems. Taking action before it’s too late will help eliminate animal damage repair costs. We can easily be reached at 1-800-981-0330. Don’t wait and call us to schedule an appointment for a thorough inspection to help evacuate all your unwanted wildlife guests in the most humane way possible.

Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated at 1-800-981-0330 today!

Preventative Measures: How to keep your home wildlife-free

Last Updated: June 2016

Wildlife is necessary for our ecosystem but can also cost hefty repair bills for home and business owners when residing in urban areas. There are definitely many preventative measures home and business owners can take to avoid various wildlife damages to their properties.

Although each very unique; raccoons, skunks and squirrels can be the main actors to many urban residents and business owners’ nightmares. While they have are considered wildlife and can endure life outside, they prefer having a den that is warm, quiet, and safe from predators. They are known to set up their dens in attics, under porches and staircases, and less frequented and enclosed areas in the basement. They can easily find their ways in and out of their dens, generally using the same path. One of the most important preventative measures to be taken is eliminating their entrance & exit.

Survey Building Structure

Weather and animals being the most common causes for property damage, you should check around visible cracks regularly. Surveying the actual building is an important step in identifying damages, which in return help prevent additional adversities like wildlife infestation. You should walk around and survey the concrete as well as visibly surveying the surface but make sure you also use your hands to see if there is moisture, crumbling etc.

Maintain Roof

If you are handy, or able to identify what damaged shingles look like, take it above ground every summer and have your roof inspected. It is normal to have weather triggered wear and tear, but if there are unusual damages, holes or cracks, they can be identified and repaired. Most wildlife animals are superior climbers and like to build their dens in attics. Surveying your roof is one of the most important preventative measures you can take in protecting your property against wildlife.

Clutter Control

Maintaining your actual physical property is very important. It is just as important to maintain around your property as well. This includes keeping yard clean and tidy, mowing and raking leaves regularly, keeping your BBQ and the surrounding areas clean, free of food remnants and grease, and most importantly garbage and recycling bins securely closed and contained. Number one preventative measure in keeping the unwanted wildlife guests away from your property is most certainly containing garbage, compost and recycling bins. Animals like raccoons and skunks are nocturnal. This means they spend their nights looking for food. While they feed themselves on the spot, they are known to collect food for their families. They have excellent memory. They can remember the source of sustenance almost every single time. In order to avoid recurring visitors, you should keep your garbage, recycling, and compost bins securely closed, preferably in enclosed areas. Many urban residents keep their bins inside their garages or sheds. Don’t forget to take out your bins for weekly/biweekly pick-ups by the city.

Feeding Wildlife

Though you think you may be doing a humane act of kindness by feeding birds, or other wildlife animals, you actually are not. Trying to sustain in urban areas mean more risk for wildlife animals, than finding food in more natural and rural areas. If you want to help wildlife, either for their nutrition, or for their ongoing healthcare, you should visit your local Humane Society. Bird feeders, bread crumbs, and leftovers are all examples of wildlife attractors. While you intend to feed birds only, you will open up the passageway to skunks, squirrels, and raccoons. Not only would you attract wildlife, you would also start attracting rodents like mice and rats. Feces and urine of these animals attract more animals, and an infestation problem could become a serious wildlife control situation where professionally trained specialists may be required to clean out the area. Outdoor feeding of such animals could cause an infestation in your neighborhood where multiple residences might get affected.


Presence of pets may both deter or attract wildlife. Their physical presence scares wildlife from reaching close proximity to your property; however their food may attract them. As most wildlife are nocturnal, they may get away with sneaking onto your property to eat your pets’ food. Best practices if you have any pets would be to feed them indoors, keep their food in seal tight containers, and making sure your pets are vaccinated yearly against rabies and other diseases.

While these are just some of the basic wildlife prevention methods you can practice, you can also check out the Town of Oakville’s environment website for Wildlife Proofing Your Property Checklist.

The easiest and most inexpensive way of dealing with wildlife animals or rodents is to care for your property. Repair and fix cracks, holes, and dents, vaccinate your pets, and keep their foods sealed and indoors, help children and neighbors direct their humanity to different channels instead of outdoor feedings, and most importantly; respect the wildlife. They help balance our eco-system, and there are strict provincial and federal laws in place for their protection. Practice these basic preventative measures and you will wild proof your home, before wildlife becomes a problem.

At SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated, we provide superior wildlife control services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Although we hope the preventative measures guideline we’ve provided can help get you started in maintaining your property safe and free of all wildlife animals, we are still available. Don’t wait and call us to schedule an appointment for a thorough inspection to help evacuate all your unwanted wildlife guests.

Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated 1.800.981.0330 to take Preventative Measures!


Recognizing, Preventing and Getting Rid of Skunks

Last Updated: May 2016

Being well informed is a great way to keep you and your family away from having to deal with getting rid of skunks throughout the year. Now, with the colder weather upon us, wildlife is more likely to make a habitat out of your property, either under your porches, beneath the sheds, around a wood pile etc. Unfortunately, getting rid of skunks can be tricky. Although not poisonous, their foul defensive spray is something that most people would like to avoid being hit by. This spray leaves victims feeling uncomfortable with a terrible stench that is difficult to remove and may cause burning sensation if sprayed into your eye.

Getting rid of skunks effectively means having to know a little bit about them and their behavior here in Ontario. Here are a couple things you should know about skunks:

Skunk Facts

  • A skunk’s main habitat are grassy areas, but they are known to be extremely adaptable and are found in urban areas, making a home out of places like under buildings, porches etc.
  • Skunks, more specifically the striped skunk, are found in North America and can be seen all over Ontario
  • Skunks produce and excrete a foul smelling spray when threatened. Warnings are given out first to deter from using their spray, as it takes time to “refill”
  • A skunk will give out a warning by raising their tail. They may also stomp in circles or omit a hissing noise before they spray
  • These mammals breed around February/March and have a gestation period of about 8 weeks. Skunks produce a litter of 4-7 baby skunks at a time
  • Skunks are omnivorous, they eat both plant and meat. Their diet often consists of smaller rodents, larvae, earthworms, berries, nuts and more
  • Skunks are nocturnal. They become more active at night which makes getting rid of skunks easier in the day

To avoid hosting and having a potential skunk problems there are a couple things that you can do, such as keeping your yard clean and free from garbage or pet foods. When skunks recognize this as a food source, they are likely to return make a habitat out of a space nearby.  Grub and larvae come out of grassy areas or lawns in or after heavy rain or watering. Skunks also see this as food source, so avoid over-watering or keep an eye out during wet weather conditions.

Skunks do not mean any harm for no reason. When they attack, they are simply being defensive for either their own protection, the protection of their young or their territory. This is why getting rid of skunks is more difficult than preventing them from coming on to your property in the first place. Therefore, it’s best to take measures earlier than later. But in the event of a skunk already living on your property, this is what you can do.

Getting Rid of Skunks on Your Property

Please do not face a skunk head on. We do not recommend taking DIY approaches to facing a skunk, always seek out a professional technician to do this. These measures below are only to be conducted when the skunk is clearly out of site.

  1. Look for the entrance to their den. It is often a dark cornered area. Keep a look out for spaces beneath the porch or holes around the shed.
  2. Once found, fill the entrance with a temporary barrier (balled up paper) that can be broken out of.
    • If the barrier remains intact for 4-5 days and there are no longer any sign of a skunk living there, the entrance can be sealed permanently
    • If the barrier is disturbed, a skunk or other wildlife may be living there. Do not seal the entrance permanently.
  3. If the skunk is still living in that space, encourage it to leave by keeping on bright lights, making noises or install a one-way door to keep it from coming in (keep a look out for young skunks, as a one-way door should not be installed if a skunk is caring for her young in that space. In the event where you are faced with baby skunks, call a professional wildlife removal company to assist you).
  4. Once gone, permanently seal the entrance and look for other spaces where a skunk could relocate.

If you are having trouble getting rid of skunks, hopefully these steps can help you be skunk-free. In any event, if you are still experiencing difficulty with them, give us a call and we’ll assist you in safe, humane skunk removal. At SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated, we provide superior wildlife removal services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Let us help you solve your wildlife problems. Taking action before it’s too late will help eliminate animal damage repair costs. We can easily be reached at 1-800-981-0330. Call us to schedule an appointment for a thorough inspection to help evacuate all your unwanted wildlife guests in the most humane way possible.

Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated 1.800.981.0330 for Wildlife Control!



How to Recognize and Deal with Mice in Homes

Last Updated: May 2016

Throughout our lives, either you or somebody you know has been faced with a problem that occurs more frequently than mentioned. Mice in homes. Rodents in the household, workplace or in sight in public are not as pleasant as Ratatouille makes it out to be. Unfortunately, these mice can result in a number of different problems- unwelcome visits to your house or an interference with your business can be a drag. In order to solve a problem like this, you need to know how to recognize it. Here are a couple things you should know about dealing with mice in homes.

Mouse Teeth

Mice have their upper front teeth protruding a little further out than their bottom teeth causing it to overlap. This feature is a surefire way to know that mice are going to be gnawing at something. Their incisors are also always growing. Domesticated rodents have their teeth trimmed but if they aren’t pets, their long teeth can become problematic. The sound of tiny claws or gnawing teeth going at your walls, or furniture is something to listen for.


Regardless of where you’re coming from in Ontario, it’s almost a fact that the weather is unpredictable. Something that is a little more predictable, though, is mice behavior in chillier weather. Winter is here and with the weather getting colder, mice are more likely to relocate themselves into a warm comfortable space to nest. Be sure to keep a closer look out in the winter so you can avoid having to deal with mice in homes and need to call for mice removal.


Although it’s not guaranteed that the mice or mouse in your presence is a carrier for a terrible disease, like often believed, you wouldn’t really want to be the one to find out if it is. It’s not a secret that mice are known to carry various sorts of viruses. One of the more severe types is called Hantavirus. Hantavirus is a virus that is contracted from mice droppings. Contracting Hantavirus occurs when a mouse leaves its droppings on the ground, which then dries up into a form of dust. Humans contract it from inhaling  or ingesting it, so be careful when cleaning up dust piles and wear a mask.

Food & Hygiene

This fact isn’t only restricted to mice, but to many other pest control causing critters as well. When dealing with mice in homes it’s always important to be reminded to clean up after yourself, especially when there is food involved. Mice are constantly scavenging for food for their nest, therefore, when they see a source they will go after it. Unguarded food, crumbs and messes left around the place become a food buffet to all sorts of critters. They are attracted to it and will rely on locations where food is heavily present. Be sure to keep the place clean and secure your food.

These are just a couple things to be aware of when dealing with mice problems. When dealing with mice in homes, you should know that their habitat might not be restricted to a single part of the house. Mice have a habit of scavenging their food from around multiple sources. Chances are, when mice are present in once location, they’ve likely made a habitat out of another within the same house.

These creatures are often regarded as nuisances and problematic when there is no intention of owning a rodent, and that’s understandable. Just be sure to take precautions when you’re dealing with them. Outside, mice are creatures like any other who inhabit different parts of the world, all over the world. Here are a couple interesting facts about mice

  • Mice can live in forests, fields, grasslands and your basement. They can make a habitat out of almost any area as long as they’re out of harms way from predators, the climate is suitable, and there’s a reliable source of food. It should also be noted that once they’ve claimed a place, they’ve claimed it, as mice can be territorial and make their mark with their droppings.
  • Different mice and different types of mice each come with a number of different characteristics, but generally, mice are fast moving, sneaky rodents that range from 6-7 inches.
  • Mice sleep in the day and make their move in the night. Being nocturnal makes them less seen by humans and allows them to become more active.
  • Mice come from all over the world, and there are more than 25 different kinds of mice identified. Some of these include the following; Spiny Mice, Zebra Mice, Wood Mice and House Mice. These different types have a wide range of features, colors, size and behaviors.
  • Mice are intelligent creatures who communicate with each other in manners not often seen in other species. Unlike these species, mice  communication methods include facial expressions, making different noises and omitting various odors.

These are just a couple things about mice you should know when dealing with mice in homes. The more you know about them, the more you learn and are better able to avoid needing to get rid of mice in the first place. If you are already experiencing problems and require mice removal, feel free to give us a call. We’re glad to help. Our service is fast, humane and efficient and we’ll ensure that the mice will remain in their natural habitat while you, yours.

Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated at 1.800.981.0330 for Mice Control!




Animal Damage Repair

Last Updated: May 2016

It’s certainly not a surprise that animals can cause quite the headache to many property owners. Animal damage repair costs can be cumbersome and the time that takes to complete such repairs can be lengthy. Let’s not forget having to deal with contractors, the living conditions during the repairs, and the cleanup after construction. Unexpected costs aside, the timeliness of such damages can’t be predicted, leaving many property owners desperate and stressed.

How to Avoid Animal Damage Repair Needs:

Here are very basic but extremely effective tips to keep your home from becoming a den for wildlife:

  • Be proactive in surveying your properties for visible structural damages such as holes, cracks, openings, etc.
  • Be proactive in identifying animal trails, droppings, and signs of animal life in your property, including attic space, basement, and under porches.
  • Be cautious and tedious with cleanliness. Keep all foods both human and pet food, contained and sealed.
  • Keep property off clutter and leaves. Maintain front and backyard trimmed, grass cut, and all leaves raked.
  • Keep pantry clean and free of opened food packaging.

If at any point you recognize a damage, or animal trail, there are several DIY methods available, but while the internet is full of inexpensive and sometimes free options and solutions, they don’t always provide effective results. Some of the most important things you can do is to identify there is an animal in your property. You should certainly clean the area and keep it hygienic for yourself and your family as many wildlife carry easily spreadable diseases. You can survey the area and find their “home” which is usually a designated area where they sleep, collect food, and keep their family. It is never recommended to try and remove any members of wildlife on your own. If they’re still on your property at the time of discovery, you should not try to catch them on your own. Aside from causing you physical harm, they could cause a lot of damage to your property, rip and chew through electrical cables, and dig their claw through walls, floors, insulation, etc. You should always seek professional services if the animals are present, and if there is a family with their babies. In Ontario, there are strict laws in place in protecting wildlife. These laws are in place to ensure wildlife are treated fairly and humanely. Anyone endangering the life of a member of the wildlife or inhumanely treating an animal can not only be fined up to $5000, but they can also be charged with animal cruelty under criminal law. The cost of animal damage repairs, legal fines, and potential physical harm all lead to one easy solution, which is to contact professional wildlife technicians.

While wildlife may be the more common invader, you could also have rodents and other pests like bedbugs and cockroaches infest your property. These smaller but equally destructive animals could cause permanent damages to your property that could easily drive the existing market value property down. The health risks they pose on humans, as well as their ability to multiply extremely quickly are the reasons why pests should also be taken very seriously. Small droppings, sour smells, tiny footprints could all be signs of an existing or growing mice problem. Cost of animal damage repairs aside, both wildlife and pests can be jeopardizing to healthy living/working environments.

Damages and Damage Repairs

Here are some examples of what animal damage repair costs could be in Ontario:

  • Insulation: $1 a square foot
  • Vapor Barriers: $0.70 a square foot
  • Drywall/Plaster: $9 a square foot
  • Hardwood Surface Scratch repair: up to $40 per tread
  • Hardwood Floor Staining and Varnish: up to $50 per tread
  • Shingle replacement/repair: $275-$750 per square foot (plus the cost of materials)
  • Concrete crack/hole repair: $250+
  • Professional Home Disinfection services: start at $500
  • Electrical Cable replacement: start at $100

Aside from having to fund hefty repair bills, finding reputable contractors, having to spare required time for estimates, work, clean up, and having to relocate family (if required) due to hazardous situations are all stressful but absolutely controllable. Take early action, recognize the signs, and contact
the professionals. DIY options can provide permanent solutions for minor infestation cases, but may only provide short-term solutions for bigger, unidentified problems. Don’t put yourself your family at risk. Contact our technicians who are able to provide a broader assessment, and provide effective results.

Animal damage repair costs are no joke, and we take wildlife and pest control very seriously. We handle all infestation situations with professionalism and provide wildlife removal services the most humane way possible. Our technicians use the most effective methods in the most humane manners. Our technicians are professionally trained, friendly, and professional. They are able to understand animal behavior, as well as traits. They can help identify entry points and offer advice on repair techniques. Don’t let animal damage repair costs to become a headache and a nuisance to your family.

At SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated, we provide superior wildlife removal services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Let us help you solve your wildlife problems. Taking action before it’s too late will help eliminate animal damage repair costs. We can easily be reached at 1-800-981-0330. Don’t wait and call us to schedule an appointment for a thorough inspection to help evacuate all your unwanted wildlife guests in the most humane way possible.

Call SOS Wildlife Control Incorporated 1.800.981.0330!