The Damage Wildlife Can Do to a Home

Are you having issues with animals in your home or on your property? Wild animals can be dangerous, and can wreak havoc on your home. At K.P. Wildlife, we’ve been providing Marylanders with our animal removal services for years, and have seen all the damage they can cause to your home. We wanted to talk today about some of the different animals that can cause damage to your home.


Mice and Rats

When things start getting cold, rodents, like mice and rats, will make their way into our homes. During the winter, rodents look to make their nests in warm spots, which brings them into your home. The search for food may also draw rodents into your home.


Rodents are disgusting creatures that can carry a litany of diseases, and they can also cause a lot of damage to your home, chewing up wires, pipes, and wood. If you see one, then there’s probably a nest somewhere, and you’re best off working with a professional Maryland pest control specialist.


Have you been having issues with raccoons getting into your trash? Raccoons are mischievous creatures, and can cause a lot of damage and mess. One of the best ways to prevent raccoons from coming onto your property is to remove any food sources you have out there. Do you keep food outside for any pets? If so, bring it in. Do you have lids for your trash cans? If not, then you should seriously consider getting some.


Have you been hearing scratching noises coming from your attic? If so, then you may have some bats living up there. In addition to possessing the ability to scare your pants off, bats can also carry a number of diseases. If you see a bat, don’t approach it, get into contact with a professional Maryland wildlife removal company.

Work with a Professional Animal Removal Company in Maryland

If you’re having issues with wild animals on your property, we’re here to help. We’ve been providing the good people of Maryland with our animal removal services for years, and hope to provide our services for many more. Get into contact with us today to learn how we can help you.