Time to Call an Exterminator

Sometimes things seem harmless. You see a few flies, birds and small wild animals like squirrels and raccoons around your yard and you think nothing of it. But even the smallest animals can pose a threat to the health and safety of your family and pets. Before things get out of control, it may be time to call an exterminator. Arlington, TX, you know the risks. The time to call a pest control service with experience – such as Wildlife X Team – is now.

Residential Control Services

If you live in a rural area, you probably think nothing of seeing small animals run around your property. But you really should deter animals like squirrels, skunks, raccoons and opossums from setting up their home base on your property. A good exterminator in Arlington, TX will humanely get rid of this unwanted animals and set up a system for keeping them away. It’s also important for you to make sure you house is secure so these animals can’t make their way into your home. Your exterminator will check your roof, attic and the perimeter of the structure and tell you about any current damage or future problem areas.

Birds

So you didn’t think birds were a problem. You watch them fly through your yard and even feed them so they keep coming back. Did you know that bird droppings carry dangerous diseases? People can be infected by coming into contact with bird droppings or by contaminated food or water. Get your home and attic inspected. If bird droppings are found, they should be removed and the area cleaned by a professional. After the area is cleaned, and only then, should an anti perch or other treatment be put into place. While birds are beautiful to watch fly by, they aren’t so beautiful when they leave dangerous diseases behind.

Flies

Finally, let’s get rid of the flies in and around your home, barn or pasture. They’re annoying, and they too can carry disease. One of the easiest and most effective ways to eliminate them is by using parasite wasps. These wasps are nocturnal and so small you can barely see them. They eat fly eggs. This controls the fly population and can actually eliminate the flies completely. These wasps are already present in the environment, but adding more of them will outnumber the flies.

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