Northeast Florida - Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, Clay Counties: (904)248-4698
Panhandle of Florida - Tallahassee, Panama City, Pensacola (850)583-5387
Central Florida - Orlando, Tampa (855)933-9735
Nationwide Animal Control & Wildlife Removal Services
We are your local animal removal and wildlife control experts. Our staff of certified wildlife specialists and animal removal technicians have the knowledge, skills, and tools to effectively solve your nuisance wildlife pest problems. EXPEL was created with the customer in mind and our team receives ongoing training in the classroom and in the field to ensure you get the highest quality service and we solve your wildlife issues quickly.
We service many areas, so it is very likely there is an EXPEL Wildlife Specialist nearby. Whether you need raccoon removal in New Jersey, snake removal in Florida, Bat removal in Alabama, Rat trapping in South Carolina, Armadillo control in Georgia, Opossum extraction in North Carolina, Honey bee removal in Louisiana, Beaver trapping in Kentucky, or nutria removal in Mississippi, our team of pest and wildlife experts have you covered throughout the United States.
Our Services Include: Nuisance animal removal, wildlife control, rodent control, animal exclusion, attic clean-ups, insulation replacement, pest control, termite control, and dead animal removal. Our wildlife control specialists are experienced in animal trapping and removal, getting rid of dead animal odor, raccoon control - raccoon trapping, armadillo removal - armadillo trapping, squirrel removal - squirrel exclusion - squirrel trapping, skunk removal - skunk trapping - skunk odor control, wild hog trapping - wild hog removal - wild hog management, rat removal -rodent control - rat trapping - rodent proofing - rodent control stations, opossum removal - opossum trapping - opossum control, fox removal - fox trapping, coyote removal - coyote trapping, beaver removal - beaver trapping, otter removal - otter trapping, nutria removal - nutria trapping, mouse removal - mouse trapping - getting rid of mice, mole removal, mole trapping, snake removal - snake extraction - snake trapping, and many more wildlife control situations.
Common Nuisance Wildlife Problems Include:
-How to get squirrels out of an attic. Squirrel Trapping
-How to get raccoons out of an attic. Raccoon Trapping
-How to remove a snake from a house. Snake Trapping
-How to get an armadillo from under my house. Armadillo Trapping
-Attic & Crawl Space insulation needs replaced from wildlife damage. Insulation Replacement
-Remove animal feces from an attic. Animal Waste Cleanup
-How to get rid of rats. Rat Trapping
-How to get opossums out of a crawl space or attic. Opossum Trapping
-How to get a skunk out of a crawl space. Skunk Trapping
-How to get ride of mice. Mouse Trapping
-How to get rid of moles in a yard. - Mole Trapping
-How to get rid of beavers. Beaver trapping
-How to get rid of coyotes. Coyote trapping
-How to get rid of foxes. Fox trapping
-How to get rid of flying squirrels. Flying Squirrel Trapping
-Get Bats out of a roof. Bat Trapping
-Get Nutria out of lakes & ponds. Nutria trapping
-Otter eating fish in a pond. Otter trapping
Whats The #1 Wild Animal We Deal With? RATS!
Rats are in the rodent family and are very prolific breeders. Under perfect conditions, rats can have their young as common as every 3-4 weeks and typically 8-12 babies per litter! So, it makes it very easy for rats to populate an area. Once rats reach their carrying capacity, part of that population will have no choice but to find a new territory. Rats are commensal which means they are dependent on us humans to survive. Rats thrive in urban areas because there are more areas for them to safely nest away from predators. The typical call we get is; "I'm hearing scratching in my attic or crawl space". We then find entry points where rats can get in to the structure, locate damage left behind, and create a plan to get rid of the rats. Step 1 is to seal all of the entry points except for the main entry point. The main entry point is the main opening on the structure rodents are using to get in and out on a daily basis. This area can easily be located by looking for chew marks, hair, rub marks, urine, and feces. After all of the entry points are sealed with animal proof material, we install a wildlife excluder on the main entry point that allows the rats to exit, but not return. Step 2 is to speed up the removal process, by setting traps where the rats are living. These traps should be checked one to 2 times per week depending on what the outside temperature is. When its hot, dead rats will decompose quickly, leaving a horrible dead animal odor which can leak into the house from the attic, so it's important to check traps at least a couple times per week. With cooler temperatures, check traps a couple times per week is sufficient. Checking traps too often may make rats trap shy and they will start eluding the areas you set traps. Step 3 is performed after all of the rats are gone. We evaluate the damage and begin restoring insulation, removing rodent feces, and disinfecting the attic. Rats can carry many types of diseases and it is very important that the areas they were living in are treated thoroughly with a disinfectant & deodorizer. Not only is the deodorizer important to get rid of unpleasant smells, but other odors we may not even be able to smell can attract other unwanted wildlife. Wild animals release pheromones that can stay in an attic or crawl space for quite some time. Not removing the pheromones will increase the likeliness of a nuisance wildlife recurrence. Even if holes are sealed, it's still possible animals may try to chew their way in because the smell of animal pheromones within tell them it's a good place to be.