Critter Control Lake County, IL

Wildlife Control – Lake County, IL

Libertyville

Nuisance Wildlife Removal relocation in Lake County and repair of damage caused by wildlife as well as consultation concerning wildlife issues within Lake Co., are provided by our D.N.R. certified animal control specialists. Our technicians perform Lake County Raccoon removal, Skunk removal, Beaver removal, Squirrel removal, and removal of any wildlife species in Lake County, IL. From Antioch to Lake Forest, Libertyville to Lake Zurich, Gurnee to Lincolnshire, we service every community within Lake County Illinois.

If you reside in Lake County IL and have a Wildlife problem, contact our office. For Lake County, IL Animal Control  & Wildlife removal services we can prevent future incidents by installing wildlife barriers and by offering wildlife management techniques and tips to help you protect your health and property.

Bat Removal & Control, Bat in Attic

Buffalo Grove
  • How to Use One-way Exclusion Funnels to Remove Skunks

  • How Do I Get Rid of Skunks?

  • How to Keep Skunks out of My Garbage Cans

  • What Equipment is Needed to Trap a Skunk?

  • Perform Professional Sanitation Services to Rid Your House of Bat Waste

Would you like to know some more about the fundamentals of what this subject matter has to put forward to one person who wants to know more about Illinois bat control and MI bat removal? In Illinois the little brown bat can be a real nuisance to home owners. There are many people out there who like to do things themselves and this is where this article may help you.

At the time of the inspection of the home requiring bat proofing we can ascertain the size of the bat colony and the best period to evict the bats. On certain times of the summer season bats create maternity colonies. Dependant on the geographical location, the bats should only be evicted when the adolescent bats are able to fly. The bat pest control professionals like to use a one-way door or related to as a valve. These one way doors let the bats egress not granting the bats back in. This form of bat removal is indorsed by the organization Bat Conservation International.

The most important thing in how to get rid of bats is paying attention to small details. You must fill all construction voids, anything greater than a 1/4 inch must be sealed otherwise a bat that is evicted through the one way door will find its way back into the structure. So in general the entire exterior of the structure must be sealed to avert re-entry of bats. We'll go to the extent of sealing any defect or construction hole if you are not sure seal if a bat can get past that point seal the hole. You'll also need to exclude gable vents to hold the bats out. I'll start by blocking off attic vents, louver vents, and ridge vents with 1/4 inch hardware cloth so the bats can't breach them for future use bay bats. They can be painted, but you'll find it blends in nicely left unfinished. Inspect loose flashing leaving openings, and chimneys seal this area's if necessary. Check for holes around where the chimney goes through the roof line, carefully seal cracks and if the bats are using the opening then install a unidirectional door.

You can put together your own one way doors for bats by using the spent sealant tube. Or you can purchase pre-made bat valve from a wildlife control supply company online. After you install the one way doors on the points of entry leave them on the opening for approximately two weeks. During the two weeks you should hear the noises from the bats decrease or not see them leaving the structure anymore. Then you can remove the one-way doorway and then seal the final voids.

At this point your MI bat control is complete. After the bats have went out through the one-way valves the bats will try for a few nights to get back in, by looking for another entrance this is why the exclusion of every possible entrance needs to be done.

The capture and removal of nuisance animals in the home is only half of the problem. If the entryway to the house is not found, a new animal will take the old one's place. This is particularly true of the spaces under porches, decks, and sheds. These areas provide ideal habitat for a number of animals. U.S. Wildlife Removal can make sure that no animals invade your space again. Our exclusion barriers are built to last, and are 100% effective at keeping unwanted critters from getting back in.

Signs of Bats

nuisance wildlife removal
  • Signs of a Squirrel Infestation

  • Squirrel in Chimney

  • Raccoon Extermination Services

  • Is a Skunk That is Active During the Day Time Rabid?

  • Identify Areas of Skunk Damage

If you have previously had a problem with raccoons and squirrels, then you know what a menace varmints can be. The same is also true for bats, especially knowing the fact that bats are carriers of the rabies virus. Remember, it is illegal to use poisons to kill bats, so it will be better if you opt for bat traps. However, research has shown that bats have a tendency to return to their roosting place even if they are 150 miles away. Hence, traps may not be a permanent solution to prevent bats from making a home in your house. In such a case, it would be best to go for a permanent bat control measure which ensures that bats do not return to roost in your home.

If you are not comfortable adopting bat control measures, then you can even hire a professional, but be prepared to shell out a few thousands based on the size of your home, the equipment used, the time spent on fixing the holes and crevices and the material used to seal off the holes and openings. Also, before hiring the services of a professional, it is best to get an estimate.

One important thing that we always keep in mind when conducting animal proofing is to make sure that we see the world through the eyes of an animal. It may sound silly but once you start to think about it, it is actually a smart strategy. We will conduct a thorough inspection of your property and look for things that could potentially attract unwanted animals such as skunks, raccoons, rats, beavers, etc. We will analyze your property intensively, from looking for holes under your decks to cutting off tree branches hanging on top of your roofs (some animals, like raccoons, are smart enough to climb trees to gain access to your chimney). We often look for food sources like trash bins and vegetable gardens, these things can attract animals like magnets.

Grey, Fox and Flying Squirrels

Buffalo Grove
  • Trapping Gray Squirrels

  • Loose Squirrel Stuck Inside Home

  • Do Skunks Attack Chickens?

  • How to Get Rid of Squirrels

  • Squirrel Repellents

If you have previously had a problem with raccoons and squirrels, then you know what a menace varmints can be. The same is also true for bats, especially knowing the fact that bats are carriers of the rabies virus. Remember, it is illegal to use poisons to kill bats, so it will be better if you opt for bat traps. However, research has shown that bats have a tendency to return to their roosting place even if they are 150 miles away. Hence, traps may not be a permanent solution to prevent bats from making a home in your house. In such a case, it would be best to go for a permanent bat control measure which ensures that bats do not return to roost in your home.

If you are not comfortable adopting bat control measures, then you can even hire a professional, but be prepared to shell out a few thousands based on the size of your home, the equipment used, the time spent on fixing the holes and crevices and the material used to seal off the holes and openings. Also, before hiring the services of a professional, it is best to get an estimate.

Nuisance animals cause odor problems in a variety of ways. Their excrement is a primary source of odor problems, and often quite noticeable if an animal has taken up residence somewhere in your home. Animal carcasses are another source of odor. Skunks present a whole other dimension in odor problems. I can identify the source of animal odors, and eliminate both the current source of the odor (for example, excrement removal) and the underlying cause (the animal's entry into your home). This work may be covered by homeowners insurance.


Illinois Wildlife Control