You may think that your home is free of wildlife, however, animals can occupy your home or business at any time during the year. All types of animals love to seek shelter in homes to escape from the cold in the winter, hot days in the summer, and when looking for a place to raise their young in the spring, including bats, raccoons, squirrels, birds and more!
The Triad area is no stranger to critters, and it is important to rid them from your home as quickly as possible. They not only disrupt your schedule, but they can potentially spread harmful diseases to you and your family, as well as do damage to your home. For premier wildlife exclusion services, contact McNeely Pest Control today!
Removing Bats, Squirrels, Flying Squirrels, Rodents, Raccoons, Geese & Other Birds, Groundhogs & All Other Wildlife from Your Home or Business
You can be assured that our professional staff can solve any wildlife exclusion need in your home or business. At McNeely Pest Control, we have experience providing our wildlife exclusion services for the following types of wildlife in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, High Point, Asheville/Hendersonville, Boone/Banner Elk, Lexington, Mt.Airy , Troutman/Statesville and throughout the Piedmont and Northwest portions of South Carolina, as well as Southwest portions of Virginia:
- Geese and other birds
- Mice and rats
- Moles and voles
- And more
Whether you need door sweeps, chimney caps, dryer vent covers, sealing and netting, bat proofing or other wildlife exclusion services for your home or business, you can rely on our pest control professionals to get the job done right.
Contact us today at (336) 922-0606 for more information about the types of wildlife we can remove from your home or business, or to schedule an appointment today. We look forward to hearing from you!
McNeely Pest Control provides wildlife exclusion services to homes and businesses in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Charlotte, High Point, Asheville/Hendersonville, Boone/Banner Elk, Lexington, Mt.Airy , Troutman/Statesville and throughout the Piedmont and Northwest portions of South Carolina, as well as Southwest portions of Virginia.