Scranton Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Scranton - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Scranton! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Scranton, PA. Got bats in the attic? Groundhog in the garden? Opossums stinking up the basement? Those things are a nightmare to the average property owner, but those nightmares are what we deal with on a daily basis, and have done for the last decade. Those years of experience have given us a number of advantages when it comes to getting rid of those critters, relocating them, and then ensuring your property is re-sealed after the intruder. When you combine that decade of experience will all the latest training and wildlife education, you have a recipe for critter removal success. Throughout the job, no matter how big or small, you will be met by a friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful operative, who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. And you'll find that our prices for these services are very competitive. That's even more so the case when you learn that we never use poisons (inhumane and dangerous) and we can usually find non-lethal approaches to deal with your pest problem. Exclusion methods, for example, have the added bonus of sealing as they exclude. We'll take control of every aspect of this job, from removal to prevention, cleanup and even repairing, and all to the very highest, professional standards. So, what are you waiting for? Give us a call today to find out how little it could cost you to be entirely pest-free. Call us now at 570-904-8614 for your Scranton wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Scranton and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Fully Pennsylvania licensed and insured.

Experts in Pennsylvania bat removal from buildings.

Scranton raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Scranton snake removal and prevention.

Scranton bird control services.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Lackawanna County, Luzerne County, Wyoming County and more. We service towns such as Scranton, Back Mountain, Wilkes-Barre, Dunmore, Hanover Township, Hazelton, Kingston, Mountain Top, Naticoke, Plains Township and more.

Scranton Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to Get Rid of House Mice

House mice are frequent inhabitants of the majority of human households, one way or another. Even though Scranton mice are not as high safety and health risk as rats are, they are still a sanitary threat that should be approached with caution, knowledge and information. If you follow the right steps, you will be able to get rid of mice from your home, without having to suffer any damage or having to handle the costs of the home repairs due to the mice activity in your house. There are several ways in which mice can be stopped from inhabiting your house. The best way to protect your home against Pennsylvania mice is prevention. Prevention will keep mice from getting inside your home to begin with, and not just only that. With proper prevention, you will protect your home against many other pests and critters looking to find food and shelter in your house. These also include rats, bats, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, groundhogs and many other.

To prevent any animals, including Pennsylvania mice, getting inside your home, you are going to perform a series of tasks that include home repairs, fencing and the installation of different elements that will stop animals from using your chimney, vents and windows to get inside your house.

When it comes to prevention, fencing is the most important initial step to protecting your home against critters. Fences that have cracked or rotten, or are not sturdy enough to keep a Scranton animal from chewing their way in are the first thing you should repair. Also, if your fence is not thick enough, the animal will have an easy way passing through larger gaps in the design of the fence. When it comes to preventing your mice from getting inside a house, a fence that is not thick enough, has holes in it or any other soft spot, is a potential entry point for a mouse. Inspect your fence to see if it has any soft spots that mice might use to get any inside. Install a fence made out of thick wire or metal, to not allow mice to chew through it. A lot of the time, mice will try to find a weak spot in a fence over and over again. This means that, in order to remain one step ahead in keeping Pennsylvania mice out, you are going to have to inspect your fence frequently and repair any damage in it you find along the way.