We are Olympia Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Olympia, WA. Wild animals can be a serious danger to your family and pets for many reasons. While raccoons, skunks, and possums seem harmless, they are often the carriers of a number of diseases which pose a serious risk to you and your family. One bite or scratch and they can give you diseases such as Histoplasmosis, Salmonella, Leptospirosis and more. You also can contract these illnesses or parasites simply by stepping in their urine or feces. No doubt, they put your family at risk. For over a decade now we have helped customers in this area to rid themselves of these problem animals. We use humane techniques to get them out of your business or home, but ensure that we do the job right every time. We even provide professional grade repairs and cleanup. You will not have to worry about their droppings being left behind. We do the job of cleaning and sanitizing to keep you safe! We have technicians that are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They are ready to remove these animals from your home or residential property right away, as we often are able to provide same-day service. If you have a problem, our operators are standing by to take your call. Call us now at 360-216-0690 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
About Pest Animal Olympia and Our Services:
Rodents are wild creatures. A few years ago, they were found in forests, dense areas, and wooded lands. But from past few years, these creatures have started very active movements in the urban areas as well. The fact is that you can also find them dancing on trees and around vegetation in your garden. Many homeowners report that they keep on destroying the vegetation, nuts, and fruits, that they have planted in the outdoor areas of their house. But the sad fact is that movements of these creatures are not just limited to outdoors; the moment they get a chance, they will even step into your house and build nests in your attic. The chances are that you may even find rodent nests loaded with babies in the attic basement area. And once these creatures start sharing human habitat; they start creating lots of mess all around with the diseases carrying urine and feces.
Many people recognize these creatures by their noisy activities in the night hours at attic area or even in the wall cavities. But they find it much difficult to deal with these rodents and save their house. Squirrels can easily run through small openings and humans may not be able to detect them in time. Note that squirrels usually stay active during day hours, so you may rarely hear their noise at night. Once you observe signs of squirrel infestation in your premises, it is important to take steps to get rid of them.
Most of the time people prefer to use some home-based repellents to deal with the problem. Some of the best ideas are using mothballs, ammonia and peppermint spray. But studies reveal that these solutions are not always equally effective. Sometimes they even scare rodents, but they lose their smell within very less time, and then rodents return back to their nests. If you want to get permanent relief from rodents in your house, it is important to take them out along with their nests and then seal all the holes so that they cannot find any path to return. Some people even buy some deterrents from local stores. They usually work on the basis of motion sensors and can scare rodents by glowing bright light whenever they move around in the night hours. This trick is believed to be effective because rodents are nocturnal creatures and they rarely prefer to come out in night hours. But the true fact is that when they have easy access to shelter and food at your premises; they can even learn to live in bright areas as well.
In such situations, the only option left with the frustrated homeowners is to call professional rodent exterminators and let them handle the problem with trusted techniques. They usually prefer to use exclusion funnels or live cage traps to take rodents out in human ways. They can also take the nests along with the rodents to keep your house safe.