While you may love your pets, there are certain animals you just don’t want to have in or around your home. If raccoons, squirrels, bats, or opossums have invaded your home, our team at A-Action Pest Control is here to help! As experts in wildlife removal in Illinois and Wisconsin, we offer effective and humane trapping and relocation of nuisance animals. We’ll handle everything from inspecting the property to cleaning up once we’re done.
Here at A-Action, we only offer the best and latest services and treatments. To ensure that our exterminators are able to deliver consistent results, we thoroughly train each new hire and require ongoing training and up-to-date state certifications for each technician. That means you can rest assured, knowing that wildlife has been thoroughly and humanely removed from your property!
When you call A-Action Pest Control, you can always count on fast, humane elimination. Here’s how our wildlife removal in IL and WI works:
While we take care of most wildlife removal, we specialize in bat removal. During the cooler months, bats can become a common problem for homeowners. Seeking warm refuge, these little winged creatures may make a home in your attic. Bats leave behind dangerous droppings, called guano, that can spread disease through airborne spores. On top of putting your health in danger, bats can damage your home by chewing through wood, insulation, and wires. To avoid the threat of rabies, avoid contact with bats and let the professionals at A-Action Pest Control take care of your bat removal needs.
You wouldn’t let just anyone in your home for dinner, so why should you for wildlife control? As a locally owned and operated company, we’re not a faceless business--we’re your neighbors! Our team at A-Action Pest Control prides itself on operating with integrity and creating peace of mind for your family. As your neighbors, we’ll always treat your home, your time, and your family with the utmost respect. With our wildlife control services, your home can finally be safe from destructive wild animals.