We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Shelbyville, Kentucky. We service the whole Louisville metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Shelbyville. We are a full-service
Shelbyville animal trapping and removal company. We specialize in wildlife only, and are not like a regular Shelbyville pest control company or Shelbyville exterminator. We use humane methods to
solve wild animal problems in Kentucky. We solve the root of the problem, by performing home repairs to keep animals out, and preventative measures in addition to critter trapping
and removal. We offer a variety of services, from animal damage repair to waste cleanup, dead animal removal and odor control, and more. We handle several nuisance wildlife
species, including squirrels, raccoons, snakes, skunks, and opossums. We also perform bat removal and bird control services, and rodent control, including poison-free mouse and
rat removal. Give us a call any time at 502-434-6020 to discuss your Shelbyville animal control issue, and to schedule a fast appointment.
Shelbyville wildlife control tip of the month:
First off let me say this, Bruce is a great guy, Shelbyville animal trapping but honestly I think this raccoon business is out of his league.
He came to my home and charged me 150.00 to set a trap that a squirrel might fit into. As I mentioned, I am originally
from rural Shelbyville and we have pretty large Shelbyville animal trapping raccoons up there. My son has a raccoon "live trap" and it's a good size.
I questioned the size of Bruce's trap. He said that was all he had brought with him that day. He said he would bring a larger
one when he came back in 2 days to check the trap. He Shelbyville wildlife removal didn't bring a ladder tall enough to get into the attic. He was able
to lift the attic access panel off to look into the attic. He said there was a pool cover stored up there that had been chewed
up, but other than that he didn't see anything. He was Shelbyville wildlife removal able to set the trap onto the attic rafter and then he closed the access
panel. When he returned 2 days later he brought a larger trap and set it next to the pool steps. I told him that if a raccoon
gets into that trap it might twirl that cage around and end up falling into the pool. He said that would take care of my raccoon
problem. I don't like raccoons living in my attic and ripping my pool screens, but the thought of an animal being locked in a cage
and inhumanely drowning in a pool disturbs me. I'm not saying that would happen but the "what if" bothered me. In Shelbyville people do kill
animals but they shoot them.
Personally, I like the relocation idea. Bruce also brought a taller later but was reluctant to get up in
the attic. He climbed up and stood on a rafter in the Shelbyville pest control attic but said that is as far as he could go because access was blocked by other rafters.
He said he didn't see anything related to animals. I climbed the ladder and looked for myself, using a flashlight. I pointed out insulation around
AC vent (right in front of us) that had been ripped and shredded. Then, I saw an area where a path had been worn down in the fluffy insulation.
Not far from the path was a pile of poop. Bruce said that Shelbyville pest control might be squirrel poop. I told him I'm from rural Shelbyville and that is raccoon
poop. It was too big to be squirrel and it had the little berries in it (as much as I could see from a distance). He was not willing to
explore the attic further, said he couldn't fit through the roof rafters. Bruce was not sure where the raccoon was entering the house.
We walked around the house. The soffit and fascia are intact. I did persuade Shelbyville animal control him to climb his ladder to glance at the roof. He would n
ot get on top of the roof. While he was on the ladder he said there are two vents that appear to have the flashing pulled up. He said
I would need a roofer to fix that. I explained to him that I can't hire a Shelbyville animal control roof repair person until I know the raccoon is out of the attic.
In the meantime I am wondering what happens when it rains? Bruce also said I would need a HACV person to repair the vents and an insulation
person to clean up the poop and re-insulate. He said he would just leave the poop up there. I really don't like that idea, for several reasons.
After doing some research online I found your website. I called my Shelbyville exterminator husband and said it was like a godsend finding your website. There was so much
good information. It looks your company does everything. I appreciate the idea of dealing with one person that can handle the entire situation. Now,
I am praying you service the Davenport area and that I can afford your Shelbyville exterminator services. If you would be willing to come to Davenport, do you have a ballpark
figure of what something like this might cost me? Please Help!! Thank you, Barbara
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