New Hampshire Bat Removal, Flying Squirrel, & Wildlife Control
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Above & Beyond Wildlife Control Of New Hampshire
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Serving The Entire State Of New Hampshire
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Professional Flying Squirrel Removal & Bat Removal From The Attic In New Hampshire
Above and Beyond Wildlife Control has proudly helped thousands of New Hampshire homeowners with their wildlife problems over the years. We have 26+ years of experience in the animal control & bat removal business. We are family owned and take pride in providing one on one customer service to provide a solution to any wildlife problem. The most common issues we deal with in New Hampshire are bats in attics and flying squirrels in attics. We are also there to pick up the occasional single bat in the chimney or house during the summer. We repair the damage the critters have done to the home and seal up all their potential entry points so there won’t be a repeated problem. We also cleanup the insulation that has been soiled by the animals waste. All our work comes with a written 100% guarantee. We are New Hampshire state licensed and insured. Please give us a call at 603-608-9457
We Provide Wildlife Control Service To The Following New Hampshire County’s
Bat Removal & Flying Squirrel Control In Rockingham County NH, Hillsborough County NH, Belknap County NH, Stratford County NH, Carroll County NH, & Merrimack County NH.
Cities and Towns We Service In New Hampshire For Bat Removal and Flying Squirrel Extermination
Lake Winnipesaukee NH, Rochester NH, Seabrook NH, Rockingham NH, Northhampton NH, Wolfboro, NH, Nashua NH, Barrington NH, Weare NH, Derry NH, Exeter NH, Gilford NH, Hampton NH, Moulton NH, Portsmouth NH, Amherst NH, Durham NH, Franklin NH, Hampstead NH, Atkinson NH, Belmont NH, Hanover NH, Goffstown NH, Dover NH, Hollis NH, Hudson NH, Somersworth NH, Salem NH, Stratham NH, Kingston NH, Windham NH, Conway NH, Bow NH, Bedford NH, Lebanon NH, Claremont NH, Litchfield NH, Londonberry NH, Concord NH, Milford NH, Alton NH, Dairy NH, Bedford NH, Hopkinton NH, Portsmouth NH, Plainstow NH, Manchester NH, Hampton NH, Merrimack NH, Meredith NH, Center Harbor NH, Moultonborough NH, Tuftonboro NH, & Ossipee Mountains NH.
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The Lake Areas In New Hampshire We Service For Bats, Flying Squirrels, & Wildlife Problems.
Lake Winnipesaukee NH, Lake Winnisquam NH, Lake Wentworth NH, Squam Lake NH, Newfound Lake NH, Akers Pond NH, Arlington Mill Reservoir NH, Ashuelot Pond NH, Ayers Island Reservoir NH, Back Lake NH, Baboosic Lake NH, Balch Lake NH, Bellamy Lake NH, Baxter Lake NH, Bow Lake NH, Broad Bay NH, Canobie Lake NH, Canaan Lake NH, Cedar Pond NH, Chocorua Lake NH, Conway Lake NH, Christine Lake NH, Comerford Reservoir NH, Contoocook Lake NH, Cobbetts Lake NH, Country Pond NH, Crystal Lake (enfield) NH, Crystal Lake (Gilmanton) NH, Crystal lake (Manchester) NH, Dan Hole Pond NH, Deering Reservoir NH, Dublin Pond NH, Eastman Pond NH, Echo Lake (Franconia notch) NH, Echo Lake (North Conway) NH, First Connecticut Lake NH, Francis Lake (Murphy Dam) NH, Franklin Pierse Lake NH, Grafton Pond NH, Goose Pond NH, Granite Lake NH, Grand East Lake NH, Great Pond NH, Halfmoon Lake NH, Grenough Pond NH, Harrisville Pond NH, Highland Lake NH, Hopkins Pond (Adder Pond ) NH, Horn Pond NH, Island Pond NH, Ivanhoe Lake NH, Jenness Pond NH, Kanadatka Lake NH, Little Squam Lake NH, Little Sunapee Lake NH, Lonesome Lake NH, Locke Lake NH, Lovel Lake NH, Mascoma Lake NH, Massabesic Lake NH, Massasecum Lake NH, Merrymeeting Lake NH, Moore reservoir NH, Ossipee Lake NH, Paugus bay NH, Pawtuckaway Lake NH, Second Connecticut Lake NH, Silver Lake NH, Sunapee Lake NH, Umbagog Lake NH, Wentworth Lake NH.
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Bats & Flying Squirrel Infestation Problems in NH
Bats and flying squirrels are the main nuisance animals people in New Hampshire experience in their home & commercial buildings. Above and Beyond Wildlife Control of New Hampshire can take care of all your animal removal needs. We are a quality company and always aim to provide a permanent solution to our wildlife control clients in New Hampshire. Bat Removal and Flying Squirrel Control is handled by installing one-way exclusion devices over the nuisance animals main point of entry. This will allow the bats and flying squirrels to exit the buildings, and effectively exclude them. During our inspection we will go over the building the best we can. We will also take a good look up inside your attic or crawl space to look for damages the bats or flying squirrels may of created. We also handle general wildlife species in New Hampshire, including raccoons, red squirrels, grey squirrels, rats, mice, and other nuisance creatures of NH. Wildlife control services are commonly construction based services when we are dealing with bats or flying squirrels. We utilize the best tactics of removal and exclusion to make sure the bats and flying squirrels cannot return in the future.
General Description Of Our New Hampshire Wildlife Services
Wildlife removal is a frequent service New Hampshire homeowners desire to rid nuisance wildlife off their properties. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control mainly deals with flying squirrels, bats, birds, skunks, groundhogs, and other nuisance animal species. Being a wildlife control technician is not an easy job, and years of experience are required to provide professional animal control services to residential & commercial clients in New Hampshire. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control & Bat Removal can help you with any nuisance wildlife problem you are experiencing. Call a Above & Beyond Wildlife Control for an estimate on bat removal from the attic, flying squirrel removal, skunk removal, groundhog removal, & other nuisance wild animals. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control is a prompt & professional wildlife removal business in New Hampshire. The winters can get cold in New Hampshire, and even when the frosty snow and ice is all over the ground, Above & Beyond Wildlife Control & Bat Removal is still on the job! Even if there is a snow storm, if you have a bat flying around in your house late at night, call us! We use proven methods for professional bat removal in New Hampshire. Additionally, bats will commonly get into the house during the winters in New Hampshire because they are searching for a warmer space to hibernate. While the bats are exploring, they will end up in the house when they are crawling down the wall voids from the attic down into the home. Bat removal from the attic & chimney is probably the most common service we offer in New Hampshire. The Northern Flying Squirrels are also a concern in New Hampshire. We are your New Hampshire bat removal & flying squirrel control pro’s. All bat removal & flying squirrel control jobs come with a written 100% guarantee, so you can rest assured you will never have bats or flying squirrels ever again! Read below on some of the different details of our service we provide in New Hampshire, or just simply give us a phone call to find out more about our wildlife control & bat removal services in New Hampshire (603) 608-9457.
New Hampshire Bat Removal From The Attic Services
Bats are one of the more difficult nuisance species of wildlife to exclude from a residence. But this does not stop us at Above & Beyond Wildlife Control. We are masters in Bat Exclusion and can rid the bats from your attic with hard work and a 100% guarantee on bat removal in New Hampshire. Bats have the ability to locate construction gaps & entry points on the New Hampshire home by utilizing their sonar hearing in attempts to locate the drafts coming out of these areas. New Hampshire bat removal is performed by installing one-way bat exclusion devices over the bats main points of entry on the structure. This allows the bats to fly out of the buildings unharmed, and when they come back they will be unable to regain access due to the bat exclusion device installed over the entry holes. Once the exclusion devices are in place, the whole building must be sealed to prevent the bats from finding another entry space to slip through. Extensive sealing work is a requirement during a bat exclusion because of the bats ability to locate construction gaps. Experience is key when performing a New Hampshire bat control service, it’s not something for amateurs. Contact Above & Beyond Wildlife Control today for professional animal removal, flying squirrel removal & bat control services in the state of New Hampshire. Bats often leave behind large amounts of bat guano in the attic space. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control often provides the additional service of attic remediation in New Hampshire. Homeowner insurance policies in New Hampshire will often cover the service of damaged insulation removal. Contact your insurance company in New Hampshire today to inquire about bat guano removal from the attic. Bat waste can cause sickness in humans due to biohazard bacteria on the droppings. During the summertime in New Hampshire, we can sometimes get some hot days. This increases the odor from the bat waste in the attic, and it must be removed before it develops bacteria due to the heat during our New Hampshire summers. The most common species of bats living in New Hampshire are the little brown bats and the big brown bats. Little browns tend to live in larger colonies in New Hampshire, while big browns are smaller maternity colonies usually numbering to 10-25 individuals. The state of New Hampshire was heavily hit with the white nose syndrome, which is a disease that kills bats. We had one instance where we were called out to a job in Concord NH, and there were a bunch of bats on the siding of a log cabin. The odd thing was, it was the middle of winter. Bats in New Hampshire are usually never active during the winter months, especially flying around outside. It was actually the white nose syndrome that drove the bats to exit hibernation and fly outside. They could not maintain hibernation because the white nose syndrome was irritating the bats, and they felt forced to become active to get the disease out of their bodies. This was a terrible situation, and not only was this happening in New Hampshire, but all over the country. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control cares about the bats in New Hampshire as they provide a valuable balance to the ecosystem in New Hampshire, but fortunately the situation has lessened and the bats are making a comeback in New Hampshire and other states. There was a year in 2011 where we hardly got any bat work in New Hampshire, and it was due to the white nose syndrome. The disease inspired us to be extra cautious during a bat exclusion, not to seal the bats inside the buildings by accident, or doing any other means of lethal bat control. It is essential to have a professional bat removal business perform bat removal from the attic, and not amateurs. Too many bats have already died in New Hampshire without the shady guy next door coming over and doing bat exclusion for 200 bucks, and intentionally killing the bats. Not only will it kill most of the bats when they are sealed inside the building, but a vast majority of them will probably find their way into living quarters of the home. You don’t want 100 bats flying around in your living room do you? Of course not, so call Above & Beyond Wildlife Control for bat removal from the attic services in New Hampshire. Bat Removal Specialists of New Hampshire State (603) 608-9457.
Flying Squirrel Removal From The Attic In New Hampshire
Above & Beyond Wildlife Control also specializes in flying squirrel removal. Flying squirrels are common in the northern state of New Hampshire, and they can be active the entire year, even through the harsh winters in New Hampshire. Flying squirrel removal is ideally handled in a similar way as bat removal from the attic, where one-way devices can be put over the main entry holes the flying squirrels are using, and this would evict the animals from the structure. Trapping the flying squirrels is also a viable method. However, live exclusion of the flying squirrels is a preferred method to use. This is because flying squirrels do not cause as much damage to the home as other species such as red squirrels and grey squirrels. Hence they should not be able to chew their way back into the building once they are evicted. Live eviction is also a much more effective solution to flying squirrel problems, simply because the process is much faster. Flying squirrels are a colonizing animal, and colonies can grow up to 50-100 members. Trapping all of those flying squirrels can be quite the chore, involving multiple trips and more labor involved, which also causes the price to go up. Homeowners will sometimes request trapping methods simply because they do not want the flying squirrels around their property.
Flying squirrels are able to glide through the air, and are often mistaken for bats. They cannot actually fly, but are able to glide up to 200 feet through the air. Flying squirrels are nocturnal mammals and people will often hear them scurrying around in the attic or walls at nighttime. Flying squirrels access a home by finding exposed construction gaps on the home, and slip through. They will commonly chew a minimal amount of wood around the entry areas they are using. Flying squirrels have orbital eyes as you can see in the picture. Many times when we are performing an exclusion in New Hampshire, we can hear the flying squirrels running around in the attic. When we are working on the building they will wake up and become more active. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control has specialized in flying squirrel work for many years, and can take care of all the problems associated with flying squirrel infestation in New Hampshire. These services include eviction or trapping of the flying squirrels, sealing up the home, and also attic clean up when the flying squirrels make a mess of your insulation in the attic. Once your insulation becomes contaminated with flying squirrel feces and urine, it should be removed due to the possibility of a health hazard. Over time flying squirrel droppings can develop harmful spores of bacteria which can be inhaled by humans and cause different diseases of the lungs, eyes, and body. Sealing up all secondary entry points is an important step in flying squirrel exclusion in New Hampshire because if not sealed, the flying squirrels will simply find another place to get back inside your attic. These secondary entry points can be a space no larger than 1/3 inch, which requires meticulous sealant work when performing flying squirrel removal in New Hampshire. If you miss one gap, the flying squirrels will likely be able to find it. We are experienced in flying squirrel removal in New Hampshire, and have an excellent track record of performing a successful exclusion of these animals. It takes a lot of jobs learning the trail and errors of the business, but after so many jobs, the process becomes a lot more straight forward. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control will literally go above and beyond the call of duty to get all of the flying squirrels out of your home. We provide a written 100% guarantee on all of our flying squirrel removal tasks in New Hampshire. We are a preferred business for flying squirrel and bat removal work in New Hampshire. Other companies who are less experienced would still be going through the trial and error processes with flying squirrel removal, while we can get the job done right the first time. Call Above & Beyond Wildlife Control for flying squirrel removal & bat removal services in the Granite State (603) 608-9457.
New Hampshire Raccoon Removal & Control Services
Raccoon removal in New Hampshire is done by placing nuisance animal control traps in the most frequently used travel routes used by the nuisance raccoons. Raccoons are able to climb onto a roof by using gutter spouts, siding, overhanging trees, and side buildings. Once the nuisance raccoons are on the roof, they will tear open soffits, plywood, and dormer areas in order to gain access to an attic. Raccoon trapping is can be a relatively straight forward service we provide to homeowners. Bat Removal and flying squirrel control is much more complicated, but there are also certain tasks in raccoon removal where our expertise comes in handy. When the raccoons have infested the attic area in New Hampshire, we will set traps either on ground or roof depending on the time of year in New Hampshire. New Hampshire winters can be harsh, and we would not set raccoon traps on the roof due to snow and ice, which can be a safety hazard for us when capturing raccoons on the roof. However, when we are able to set traps on the roof, often we will get the question “will the raccoons reach through the trap and tear my roof apart?” No, we use raccoon traps that are specifically made for setting on the roof and they cannot get their hands through the traps.
Above & Beyond Wildlife Control will also take a good look inside the attic for additional damage and raccoon fecal matter. When there has been a prolonged raccoon infestation, the attic sometimes needs restored. This is a common service offered by Above & Beyond Wildlife Control Of New Hampshire. Attic remediation is performed by removing all damaged insulation, sanitizing the entire attic, and placing new insulation in the attic, replacing the old. A concern with raccoon droppings is they commonly carry the parasite knows as raccoon round worms, which can produce round worm eggs. These microscopic eggs are shed through the fecal matter of the raccoon, and can potentially become attached to fiberglass insulation and become airborne. Respirators should be worn when inspecting the raccoon infested attic, we do not advise homeowners to inspect their own attics when there has been a raccoon problem. The cost for raccoon removal in New Hampshire will depend on the where the raccoons are infesting the property, the number of raccoons, and also the damage they have caused to the home. We can repair the damage the raccoons had caused on the outside of the building with means of animal proofing with sheet metal. Contact Above & Beyond Wildlife Control Of New Hampshire for raccoon removal services. All wildlife removal / raccoon control methods used will be the most successful methods used in this industry. We have trained with several other wildlife removal companies in the past around the country, and have learned the proper ways to deal with raccoon removal from the attic in New Hampshire. Call Above & Beyond Wildlife Control for expert raccoon removal from the attic services in New Hampshire. Call: (603) 608-9457.
New Hampshire Bird Removal & Control Services
Bird removal is a common service Above & Beyond Wildlife Control provides to homeowners in New Hampshire and also commercial customers. New Hampshire bird control is performed by installing one-way exclusion material over the nuisance bird’s main entry / exit spaces. Bird trapping or arial deterrent methods can also be used depending on the bird problem the client is experiencing in New Hampshire. Live exclusion will allow the nuisance birds to fly out of the building safe and unharmed, and when they come back they will be unable to get back inside the structure due to the bird exclusion device. The entire home should then have a sealant job performed to keep the birds out of the home permanently. Birds can access a home by slipping through attic vents and breaking through bug screens covering the attic vent from the inside of the attic. Above & Beyond Wildlife Control of New Hampshire will take a good look in the attic space for signs of bird damage & fecal matter scattered through the attic. If there is a large amount of bird droppings, there can be a health hazard to people due to fungal bacteria that may dissipate spores into the home. If the proper safety equipment is not worn, people can breath in these spores and becomes infected with disease or common sickness. Depending on the amount of bird fecal matter present, an attic restoration may be necessary to resolve any health issues that bird waste can cause. Attic restoration is performed by removing all the contaminated insulation, sanitizing the attic space, and then replacing the old insulation with new insulation. This is a common service offered by Above & Beyond Wildlife Control of New Hampshire at additional cost to the homeowner.
New Hampshire Skunk Removal & Control Services
Skunks are generally docile animals in nature and are not aggressive unless threatened. There are not many predators of skunks because most know that skunks carry a blinding and quite nasty spray in their arsenal. The only predators of skunks in the wild are fishers, with long slinky bodies. Fishers will attack anything from skunks to porcupines. Skunk become a nuisance concern to people because skunks will frequently infest areas underneath residential homeowners decks, sheds, patios, and other outbuildings. New Hampshire skunk removal is done by setting nuisance animal removal traps in the most commonly used travel routes used by the nuisance skunks. If the skunks have created a harborage underneath your deck or shed, a positive-catch trap set up may be used by Above & Beyond Wildlife Control of New Hampshire in order to capture the skunks. This involved wiring off around the deck or outbuilding, and leaving a single (or a couple) area’s open for the skunks to come through. These openings are the areas which the traps would go over, and when properly installed over the area, the nuisance skunks have no choice but to travel through the holes and into the traps. This can only be a viable option if the edge of the structure is not too elevated from the ground, thus disabling us from getting the trap over the hoes at the right angle. Skunk exclusions (deck barrier installations) can also be done to prevent future skunk issues. Skunk exclusion is done by securing hardware cloth or sheet metal to the side of the deck or shed, and then buried about 1 ft. away from the edge. This will confuse the nuisance skunk when it tries to dig underneath the deck or shed, because it will run into the wire when it’s digging, and then realize it cannot get underneath the shed or deck when it runs into the installed wire.