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Preventing the Bats from Reentering the Home in Somerville, NJ
Now that we successfully and safely removed all the bats from this home in Somerville, NJ, we're going to prevent them from getting back in! The bats were able to infest the property due to the fact that the fascia was badly damaged and falling apart. To fix this, we removed the damaged wooden fascia and replaced it with sturdy metal flashing. The bats, as well as squirrels, raccoons, and birds, will be unable to enter the home through this area and the property will be properly excluded from all nuisance wildlife.
Pest Exclusion in Toms River, NJ
This customer in Toms River, NJ, had an infestation of yellow jackets in their home. They were actually nesting in a small crack in the siding about 20 feet up from the ground. Previously, our Pest Control division came out and eliminated the yellow jackets, but the issue of the crack in siding needs to be resolved ASAP.
So our Nuisance Wildlife Division came out and installed sturdy metal flashing over the opening and secured it in place. This will not only prevent future intrusions from pests, but also rodents, squirrels, bats, and birds too!
Raccoons Break Into Home Through the Gable Vent in Barnegat Light, NJ
An raccoon decided that the attic of this home Barnegat Light, NJ was a great spot to reside in, so it ripped apart the gable vent and made it's way inside! The homeowner wasn't exactly to fond of this idea and called Little Rascals for help. Nuisance wildlife infesting a home via the gable vents is very common. Over time, the gable vents get weathered and raccoons, squirrels, birds, and bats have no problem ripping away these vents to find shelter inside a home.
To safely remove the raccoon, we installed a one-way over the gable vent, temporarily enclosed the area with hardware cloth, and set-up several baited devices nearby. A one-way is a device that allows raccoons to safely leave an area, but prevent them from getting back in. A short while later, we successfully retrieved the raccoon and relocated the it to a new, humane location. Afterward, we disinfected the attic area, removed the broken gable vent and replaced it with a louvered vent guard. This material is made out of heavy-duty Galvannealed steel (which means it won't rust) and is customized to accommodate vents of all shapes and sizes. Now the home is properly protected from not just raccoons, but all nuisance wildlife and pests!
Squirrels Use the Gable Vents to Infest the Attic in Peapack, NJ
A short while ago, Little Rascals safely and successfully removed several squirrels from the attic of this home in Peapack,NJ. Now all that's left is to disinfect the area and prevent the squirrels from getting back into the home. Since the squirrels were using the gable vent to infest the attic, we installed Pest-Blok over it. Pest-Blok doesn't restrict the airflow to the attic, undergoes a silicone-protected polyester coating process that makes it last longer, and guards the home against squirrels, bats, birds, and all other nuisance wildlife.
Excluding Squirrels from the Home in South Bound Brook, NJ
Now that we safely removed all the squirrels from this home in South Bound Brook, NJ and relocated them to a new, humane environment, we're going to prevent them from getting back in. The squirrels were able to infest the home through the builders gap. A builders gap is the gap between the fascia board, where the gutter is hung, and the roof decking. It's caused when roof decking is stopped too short and isn't flush with the fascia. The gap is meant to help with airflow throughout the attic, but also presents an opportunity for squirrels, as well as raccoons, birds, and bats, to infest the attic.
To exclude the squirrels, as well as any other nuisance wildlife or nuisance birds, we installed Pest-Blok over the builders gap. Pest-Blok doesn't restrict airflow, undergoes a silicone-protected polyester coating process that makes it last longer, and guards the home against squirrels, pests, birds, and all other nuisance wildlife.