We humanely trap and relocate raccoons in the Normandy area. Raccoons cause a tremendous amount of damage and can spread diseases. Complete Animal Removal in Normandy will provide raccoon removal under the house in Normandy, get raccoons out of the attic in Normandy, trap raccoons getting in the trash in Normandy, remove a dead raccoon out of the wall in Normandy, remove baby raccoons from the ceiling in Normandy, get rid of raccoons from the basement in Normandy, trap raccoons off of the roof in Normandy, raccoon removal from the garage in Normandy, get raccoons out of the shed in Normandy, trap raccoons digging in the yard or remove a raccoon nest from the attic in Normandy. We specialize in raccoon removal in NormandyTN and surrounding areas. Once the raccoons have been removed from the attic or crawl space in Normandy, then Complete Animal Removal will clean up the raccoon feces and treat for the raccoon diseases.
Normandy Opossums are notorious for getting in the attic of Normandy homes and business. Normandy Opossums also get into basements, under sheds, and under the home. Complete Animal Removal will remove and get rid of the opossums using humane techniques and live relocation. Our expert Normandy opossum trappers will trap opossums out of the attic, remove opossums from under the house, get opossums off of the roof, remove opossums from the wall, get a dead opossum from the yard, humanely remove opossums in the ceiling and provide opossum control in Normandy and surrounding areas.
Most birds in Normandy are protected by the Migrator Bird Act and for those birds we cannot provide our services. However, in Ridgetop there are 3 nuisance birds we can remove; pigeons, starlings and sparrows. Pigeons, starlings and sparrows roost on roofs, ledges, building signs, lawn furniture, gutters and many other man-made structures in Normandy. These birds get in attics in Normandy and build their bird nest. Once the birds are in the attic they leave behind guano, or bird feces, which is a major health hazard in Normandy. When they roost on the home or business the droppings from the birds can cause staining and grow a fungus that transmits a respiratory disease. Complete Animal Removal will get rid of pigeons, starlings and sparrows by implementing our bird control program in Normandy. We install a variety of bird prevention products to make sure the Normandy birds do not return.
In Normandy, Complete Animal Removal removes both venomous snakes and non-venomous snakes. We have the fastest response times in the industry in Normandy. Even though we are fast, if the snake has disappeared by the we get to your Normandy home we can set up traps to get the snakes. Snake trapping in Normandy is very effective to reduce the snake population in your yard. Our snake control in Normandy involves a thorough inspection of the property, looking for eggs, babies and adults. When we find the snake nest we will remove the snake nest and any snake babies with it. If the snake gets in your Normandy house we will find the snake and get the snake out of the house. Snakes in Normandy are difficult to identify by comparing pictures. There are many snakes that mimic other snakes, so leave snake identification up to a professional Normandy snake trapper. Complete Animal Removal’s snake trapper in Normandy will inspect the property for snakes, catch the snakes and remove the snake nests in Normandy and any of the surrounding Normandy Tennessee areas.
Just like rats and mice, squirrels are mammals of the order Rodentia. In Normandy these rodents all have teeth that continuously grow unless filed down. This is why if you have squirrels, rats or mice in your attic in Normandy, you hear scratching noises. Scratching noises in the attic in Normandy is usually from rodents gnawing on the wood or drywall in the attic. When squirrels nest in the attic in Normandy the squirrels need to be removed to prevent further damage. Normandy squirrel removal is necessary when squirrels get in the attic or in the wall. Complete Animal Removal will humanely trap the squirrels from the attic in Normandy and relocate them to one of our properties. Because of the squirrels need to file their teeth, they also do damage to the outside of the Normandy home or business. In Normandy squirrels chew on the fascia board, siding, soffit, shingles and roof decking. We have also had customers in Normandy get squirrels in their vehicle engine compartment and chew wires. We provide squirrel control in Normandy and the surrounding areas of Normandy, TN.
Chipmunks in Normandy prefer to dig and burrow in the ground. This nuisance rodent can destroy lawns and cause structural damage to foundations, patios, driveways, stairs, and sidewalks in Normandy. When chipmunks in Normandy burrow near the foundation, they often find themselves in your basement. When chipmunks get in the basement Complete Animal Removal of Normandy will trap the chipmunks to prevent any damage to the basement. We will also trap chipmunks out of your Normandy yard to prevent any structural damage. Chipmunks can also become a nuisance in Normandy by eating the flower bulbs and select items of your garden. When chipmunks destroy your flower bed or garden, Complete Animal Removal of Normandy will get rid of the chipmunks fast.
Lizard control may be necessary in Normandy when lizards get into the house, building or attic. Most lizards in Normandy only become a nuisance when they defecate, or leave feces, on windows or inside the house. Lizard poop can be mistaken for rat feces. In Normandy, Lizard feces has a white tip on them and rat feces does not. Whether you are worried about sanitization or just have a fear of lizards, Complete Animal Removal will trap the lizards for you in Normandy and the surrounding Normandy areas.
We all know skunks in Normandy can spray a liquid with a strong and unbearable odor. In addition to that defense mechanism, skunks in Normandy carry rabies and can transmit diseases through their skunk feces and urine. When skunks get in the attic or under the house in Normandy they need to be removed immediately. Skunk damage in Normandy is very severe and must be repaired by a professional skunk removal expert. Diseases from skunks in Normandy can spread to humans and pets. In Normandy, a thorough treatment will be necessary to prevent transmission of any diseases. We will trap skunks in Normandy and all surrounding Normandy Tennessee areas.
Armadillos digging in the yard can destroy a lawn in Normandy in a matter of weeks. In search of food, armadillos dig for grubs and earthworms. in Normandy, armadillos have burrows that lead to an armadillo den. These armadillo dens can be 10ft x 15ft and are the cause of many sinkholes in Normandy. Armadillos cause A/C units to cave in, sidewalks and driveways to cave in and cracks in the foundation of a Normandy home or business. Armadillos in Normandy are also very common road kill. If the armadillo is in the street then your local animal control will pick up the dead armadillo. If the armadillo dies on your Normandy area property then Complete Animal Removal will perform a dead animal removal for the dead armadillo.
In Normandy, a full grown mouse looks similar to a juvenile roof rat. Mice will crawl up a wall and get in the attic of a Normandy home or business. In Normandy, not only do mice get in attics but they also infest inside the house or business. When mice infest a kitchen in Normandy they will eat your food and find a water source. In the process the mice leave feces and urine behind which can transmit a variety of diseases in Normandy. When mice get in the attic in Normandy they will chew wires creating a fire hazard. Whether you have a mouse in the house in Normandy, mice in the attic in Normandy, a mouse in the kitchen in Normandy or mice in a commercial building in Normandy, Complete Animal Removal will trap mice and keep mice from coming back by performing our Normandy mouse control program.
Foxes prey on chickens, rabbits and small pets in Normandy. In Normandy, you can also find a fox digging through your garbage can or eating cat food. When a fox becomes a nuisance animal in Normandy then Complete Animal Removal will humanely trap the fox and relocate the fox to one of our properties. If you have a fox den on your Normandy property we will get rid of the foxes for a flat fee. We do not charge per fox or per trip. We have flat rate trapping sessions. Although foxes rarely approach humans in Normandy TN, they do carry rabies and should be left alone. Call the professional fox trappers at Complete Animal Removal to get rid of foxes in Normandy and surrounding Normandy areas.
Bats in Normandy are protected and play a beneficial role in our ecosystem. One bat in Normandy can consume its bodyweight in mosquitos in a single night. However Normandy bats also carry diseases that can be transmitted to humans and pets. When bats get in the attic of a Normandy home or business the bats become a major health hazard. Because of how important bats are for the environment and the health risk the bats pose in Normandy, bats need to be removed humanely. We close off all entry points for bats in Normandy and use a one-way door system to allow the bats to leave and never come back. Once we get rid of the bats in the attic of a Normandy home, we will clean up the bat feces and disinfect for bat diseases. We proudly provide bat removal in Normandy and surrounding Normandy areas.
In Normandy, we have two species of rats that enter homes and businesses. We have roof rats and Norway rats. Rats will crawl up trees, downspouts and other structures to get access to the roof of a Normandy home or business. In Normandy, not only do rats get in attics but they also get into crawl spaces and basements. When rats infest a home or business, they damage property by leaving urine and feces behind. In doing this they can transmit a variety of diseases in Normandy. Rats are rodents and have to continuously gnaw on things to file their teeth down. When rats get in the attic, crawl space or basement, they will gnaw on wires and create a fire hazard. Whether you have a rat in the kitchen, rats in the crawl space, a rat in the garage or rats in an attic, Complete Animal Removal will trap rats and keep rats from coming back by performing our Normandy rat control program.
Dead Animal Removal
When an animal dies on your property then Complete Animal Removal will complete a full dead animal removal. Our dead animal removal process involves removing the dead animal, treating the area for diseases and deodorizing to neutralize the bad smell. When you have a dead rat in the attic, a dead squirrel in the wall, a dead opossum in the yard, a dead skunk under the house, a dead bat in the building, a dead mouse in the kitchen, a dead raccoon in the ceiling, a dead armadillo in the lawn, a dead chipmunk in the basement or dead birds on the roof, Complete Animal Removal will get rid of the dead animal, the diseases and bad smell.
Animal Feces Cleanup
Complete Animal Removal specializes in cleaning and decontaminating attics and crawl spaces that have been damaged and infested by raccoons, skunks, opossum, bats, starlings, pigeons, squirrels, rats, mice and other birds and rodents. Even if you don’t smell a bad smell coming from the attic, it doesn’t mean it’s not contaminated or that it doesn’t have parasites. We will inspect your attic, show you photos, and let you know if attic cleanup is necessary.
When you hear scratching noises in the attic, Complete Animal Removal will do a thorough inspection of your home to find out how the animals got in. Once we have trapped the animals out of the attic we will close off all entry points with superior products to ensure the nuisance animals do not return. We never use foam for squirrels, rats, raccoons, opossums, skunks, mice, flying squirrels, chipmunks or any other nuisance animal that can easily chew through it. We approach animal exclusions with a mindset as if your home was our home. Once we have completed the exclusions, each entry point that was closed should look like part of your home or business. When you look at your home and ask “What did you do?” we take that as a compliment. Home repairs for animal entry points should never be an eyesore.