Meet the Team

Joshua Grauch

Cowleys Pest Services

Title: Wildlife Technician

Hometown: Pottstown, PA

Joshua  Grauch from Cowleys Pest Services

We're excited to welcome Josh Graunch to Cowleys Little Rascals Nuisance Wildlife division!  Josh was originally born in Pottstown, PA, but moved to New Jersey when he was a young adult. He joined Cowleys in early July of 2021.

When it comes to unique work experiences, Josh takes the cake! He's worked as a dog groomer, a floral assistant, at a concrete plant, at a nuclear power plant, as a Mortgage Loan Originator, and as a concrete field technician. That's a unique employment experience alright!

What makes Josh stand out, even more, is that he understands the financial side of owning a home, the importance of keeping it clean and safe, and his fantastic smile and customer service! In his spare time, Josh loves to paint, golf, play bass, and video games, but by far his favorite activity to do is watch PBS space-time as he is deeply interested in the workings and curiosities in the universe.

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from customers I've helped!
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    Jacqueline R. of Bedminster, NJ

    Customer Testimonial

              Joshua is the best!
    Jacqueline R.
    Bedminster, NJ

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Before and after photos from jobs I've worked on:
  • Squirrels Running Around the Attic in Princeton Junction, NJ
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    Squirrels Running Around the Attic in Princeton Junction, NJ
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    Squirrels Running Around the Attic in Princeton Junction, NJ

    This homeowner in Princeton Junction, NJ had suspected that she had squirrels in her attic, so she called Little Rascals to come out and inspect. When we arrived and inspected the roof, we found a chewed-out area by the soffit as well as squirrel hair stuck in it. If that wasn't enough, when we inspected the attic, we actually found the squirrel running around!

    Since the chewed-out area was how the squirrel got in, we temporarily closed off the area with hardware cloth, installed a one-way device directly over the access point, and set up several baited devices nearby. The one-way allows the squirrel to safely leave the attic but prevents it from getting back in.

    A short while later, we safely retrieved the squirrel! We then relocated it to a new, humane environment, disinfected the attic, and sealed up the soffit area with sturdy metal flashing.