If you have had bats, mice, rats, squirrels or other nuisance wildlife in your Oakland County, MI home then you know that they can fit through several different openings into your home. Maintaining your home is a good way to keep nuisance wildlife out. Due to most nuisance wildlife reproducing yearly and rodents twice or even three times a year, animal control is great way to keep critters out. Every year animals are looking to invade your attic and property. By redoing caulking, flashing eaves, and making sure vent screens are secure this can help solve future wildlife problems.

We offer quarterly and annual maintenance programs to maintain your home and keep it pest free. Because of the inconsistent Michigan weather, houses are always moving, shifting, or new construction gaps appear. It is important to maintain a pest free home by maintaining the home and keeping things sealed. we offer preventative programs for wildlife including mice, rats, birds, squirrels, bats, a skunks, and all other wildlife.

Preventative Maintenance Wildlife Control Programs

Mice Removal Oakland County MI

Mice/Rat Prevention: quarterly or annual plans are offered to seal up openings around the foundation and along the roof line. Often times we also have to set traps if you begin to hear noises in the attic or see droppings in the basement. Initially you may have already had a mice exclusion done so this is a step we use to touch up any of our repairs or locate new entry points mice have chewed in. We recommend this service to be done in early fall to prevent the reentry of mice during the winter.

Live Bat Removal Oakland County MI

Bat Prevention: maintaining a bat free home can be done with an annual inspection. We give a five year warranty on original repairs, but if new openings open up bats will get in. To keep your house bat free it is important to touch up repairs and fix any new potential openings. All of this can be inspected from the roof and in the attic. This will protect your investment and prolong your warranty for many years to come. We charge a small fee for yearly bat removal programs to keep your home free of bats.

Bird Exclusion

Bird Prevention: every spring birds return to Michigan to make a nest for the summer. Keeping things sealed up and vents screened will keep birds out. We can return every spring to make sure your home is sealed tight to keep the birds out. This may also include applying fresh bird gel to your roof ridges, window seals, and more to keep birds from nesting around your home. Replenishing optical gel and other deterrents is a great idea. You can see more about our bird control programs here.

Pest Control Maintenance Work

These are just a few of our preventative maintenance programs we offer. Come spring you may have problems with moles, skunks, or raccoon's digging at your lawn for grubs. Visit Michigan fertilizer for information on keeping your lawn grub free.

During our inspection for your specific maintenance program you will receive a written inspection and evaluation information sheet. If there are any new evidence of wild animals or birds entering the home we will take the necessary steps to get rid of your pest problem. Our goal is to maintain your home and keep pest out so no additional steps are needed. For more information on our preventative programs in Oakland County, MI and surrounding areas contact us today.

Michigan Bat Control and Wildlife Solutions of Oakland County, MI proudly services all of the following cities and surrounding areas listed below for wildlife control maintenance work.

Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Clarkston, Clawson, Commerce Twp., Farmington, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Franklin, Highland, Holly, Lake Orion, Madison Heights, Millford, Novi, Oak Park, Ortonville, Oxford, Pontiac, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, South Lyon, Southfield, Troy, Walled lake, Wixom, West Bloomfield, Wolverine Lake, and all surrounding Oakland county areas.

Having Trouble With Critters in Your Home?

We look forward to solving your nuisance wildlife matter!