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Removing the wildlife that have nested in your home or office is only part of the process of dealing with an animal infestation. After animals are gone, the damage they caused prior will continue to impact your home, putting both the structure and your family at risk.
One goose can poop up to 2 pounds per day. Multiply that by the number of geese on your property and it’s no surprise your yard, sidewalks and other areas can quickly become a mess and a health hazard. Geese can carry bacteria that can be spread through feces, nasal discharge and bites.
Damage to ornamental plants by white-tailed deer has increased dramatically over recent years. Deer damage to home landscapes and gardens is the number one complaint in suburban areas.
Their accumulated feces and urine quickly destroys insulation and saturates woodwork. Their feces spread raccoon roundworm, which is a serious health hazard for residents repairing raccoon damage to homes. In addition, fleas and ticks in raccoon fur can transfer to people or pets.
Bats can cause severe structural degeneration due to their corrosive waste. Bat droppings often result in guano deposits that can damage and degrade the structure of your home by causing corrosion, wood decay, and stains.