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" I called Nuisance Animal Removal about a loud noise in my ceiling. Jim was at my house within one hour and found a mother Raccoon with her babies. Two hours later, they were out, my house was sealed and I slept wonderfully that night. The best part was, mom and her babies were never harmed. Thanks for the fast, professional and thoughtful service!"
- Susan Roland - Duxbury, MA

FAQ Nuisance Animal Removal .

What does the term exclusion mean?

An exclusion is a method used by Problem Animal Control Agents to remove wildlife from a house or building. This method is used in lieu of or in combination with trapping. It is the only way to guarantee all of the animals are out. It also ensures they will stay out. This is how we warranty our work.

Why not just set traps?

Traps are an effective way of removing unwanted animals, however, there is no way of knowing how many of those animals there are. An exclusion relies on the animals need to hunt or gather food, therefore, they must exit through an installed exclusion door. All animals must go out in order to survive. Traps are not 100% effective.

How do animals get in my attic?

Most animals get in through loose, damaged or rotted areas, such as soffits or vents. Raccoons have been known to tear a hole through the peak of roofs. Smaller animals can squeeze into existing gaps no bigger than a pinky finger. Properly trained Problem Animal Control Agents know where these trouble spots are. Exclusions fix these problem areas.

How much will this cost?

That depends on the extent of the problem, the type of animal and the method used to remove the problem animal. We at Nuisance Animal Removal conduct comprehensive inspections to determine the animal involved, the areas of entry and the best method to get rid of the animal. The home owner is then given a complete quote and options available to them.

I had a bat in my house, are there more? Should I be concerned?

If there is a bat in your house, it is most likely there are more. Bats live in colonies or small families. It is very rare for a bat to enter your house through open windows or doors. Generally, they squeeze in through existing gaps and nest in walls and ceilings between the insulation and wall or ceiling. If any member of the household came in contact with the bat, a doctor should be consulted. The incidence of rabies in bats is estimated to be very low, however, they do carry the disease. Do not attempt to catch the bat yourself. Also, do not swat the bat with anything. This can cause blood or urine to spray from the bat. Nuisance Animal Removal employees are trained to capture these animals. Part of our service involves capturing the bat and taking the animal to the state lab for testing. This ensures the person or persons who came in contact with the bat will not have to endure the painful treatment associated with contacting an animal known to carry the rabies virus.