Animal Damage Prevention

Cincinnati Animal Damage Prevention

At Animal Remover not only do we provide safe, humane, reliable, and effective animal removal, trapping, and control, but we also do animal damage repair and prevention. Animal damage prevention is the act of stopping an animal problem before it occurs. Animals love to live in attics where they will raise their young. When inside the attic animals cause massive amounts of damage. Some animals are opportunistic livers which means they will take up residence in your attic using holes due to wind or rain damage. Other animals will chew holes to gain access. Our team offers animal damage prevention in the tri-state area, Greater Cincinnati, and Greater Dayton.

Animal Damage Prevention Services in Cincinnati, Northern KY, Hamilton, Oxford & Dayton

When an animal gains entry into your attic they will return each year to raise their young. The first step is to trap and remove the animals. The next step is to repair the damaged areas so that the animals cannot get back in. And the last step is repairs for animal damage prevention. A preventative repair is repairing an area that is not a problem presently but could potentially become a problem in the future. Here at Animal Remover, we do this because after you’ve invested money into keeping the animals out and trapping the animals we realize that you don’t want another animal problem in the future.

A few examples of preventative repairs are listed below

When we perform an animal inspection on your property we will give you an Animal Intrusion Worksheet which will describe the problem areas of your home. We always also recommend doing preventative items where ever they are needed. If you suspect you may have a hole on your home that may provide item entry please feel free to call us today!

We offer Animal Damage Prevention Services in the following areas:

Cincinnati OH, West Chester OH, Mason OH, Fairfield OH, Oxford OH, Northern KY and Lawrenceburg IN

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