Author: Dan Phillips

Entry Point Exclusion (Sealing)

When you have a problem with a burrowing animal, birds in your chimney or rabbits dining in your garden, give us a call. We’re the area’s leading animal access experts, and we know the most efficient, humane, and environmentally friendly ways to prevent animals and birds from invading your space. The best way to ensure that your animal problem does not happen again next week or next year is to seal (aka EXCLUDE) ALL active and potential entry areas on the structure. We have years of experience in all types of animal access control, including: Squirrels Bats Rats Opossum...

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Rat and Rodent Control

A rodent in your home can spread more diseases than nearly any other nuisance animal. Mice and Rats in your home or place of business can do more harm than you realize.  Those diseases can be spread to you, your family, and your pets. And in your place of business, you can be legally liable – at a high cost – for damaged stock, contaminated foods, health code violations, or other consequences. Luckily, you can depend on us – the rodent control team with years of training and experience in rodent trapping, removal and access control. And with our...

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Bird Control

Bird droppings can carry many diseases and can pose serious health risk to humans. If unwanted birds or pigeons are roosting in areas of your home, you already know what a nuisance it can be. Aside from the overall noise and distraction, unwanted avian guests leave heaps of droppings, feathers and debris, which are unsightly and unsanitary. If your home or property has become subject to a bird infestation, don’t delay, call ALL THINGS WILD before it gets any worse. ALL THINGS WILD is a full service bird control specialist and will help rid your property of any pesky, winged...

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Bat Control

Having bats in your home is a SERIOUS problem, even if they are confined to the attic. Bats urinate and defecate (their poop is called GUANO) anywhere they roost, causing staining and odor problems which are difficult to remove.   Bats are associated with dozens of diseases which are dangerous to humans, including histoplasmosis (a lung disease caused by the spores of a fungus which grow on their droppings or guano) and rabies.Bats are very beneficial to humans because many flying insects, such as mosquitoes, are their primary food source. But if bats find their way into your home and...

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