Omaha Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Omaha - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Omaha! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Omaha, NE. Our wildlife removal company has experience dealing with critters as well as the waste they leave behind, including urine and droppings. If the animals are left alone, these waste products can multipole, leading to odor and mold problems. To ensure that you have no future issues with nuisance wildlife in your home, we begin every appointment with a thorough 32-point inspection of your full property, with a focus on the buildings. During this inspection, we identify each area that an animal could potentially use to enter your home so we can seal them up. Our more than a decade of experience dealing with wildlife means that our team knows exactly what to look for during this inspection. Before we even get to your property, will gladly provide you with a free estimate over the phone, followed by a written one in person. This helps us deliver transparent pricing and is part of our top customer service. Thanks to the size of our company, we are able to spread our technicians out, meaning that there is almost always a technician in your area, with one likely available immediately or very soon. Despite being a large company, the fact that we are family-run helps us deliver personalized attention to each of our clients. Call us now at 402-858-5778 for your Omaha wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Omaha and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Licensed and insured in Nebraska

Bat control in Omaha - removal from attics

Complete removal of squirrels in the attic

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Call 24/7 to schedule an appointment

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Omaha Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Best Steps to Get and Keep Rodents Outta Your Walls ASAP!

The Omaha rodents will be drawn into your house due to a variety of reasons. Our house provides them with an easy access to food, security, and warmth. They will invade the dark and obscure areas of our house such as air ducts, attic, and the cavities of our walls. With the electrical wirings and other elements inside the wall, the mice can easily climb the different areas of our house by establishing a path in side the wall cavities.

Tips in Getting the Rodents out of the Walls

In this article, we will walk you through the steps that you need to cover in order to successfully get rid of the Nebraska rodent that is dwelling in the void of your wall. This is essential if you want to avoid dealing with a dead rodent in your wall.

Signs of Rodents in Your House

In case you noticed that your cereals have chew marks of the rodents, then the kitchen may have been infested with the rodents. You will start hearing scratching and rustling in your walls. In some cases, you will hear the sound at night. If you hear it at daylight, then you probably have squirrel. The strange noise that you will hear will probably be a sign that the rodents are hunting for food. Stains and droppings can be a sign of their infestation. Once you have a visual confirmation of the rodent, there is a possibility that you are facing a full-blown infestation.

Trapping the Rodents in Your Walls

You need to find ways to control the population of the Omaha mice; otherwise, you can be facing a serious damage to your property. Once you hear the scampering sound in your wall, there is a probability that a rodent has invaded your wall cavity. It may also be a situation where the rodent is trapped inside.

  • You will have to cut through your Nebraska wall by drilling a hole that is about the size of a nickel.
  • Enlarge the hole that will allow you to place a trap.
  • Add a bait paste inside the trap.
  • Monitor your trap regularly. You should either release or euthanize the rodent once you captured them in your tap.
  • The process may have to be repeated for a couple of times until you have eradicated the infestation

  • Dead Rodent in The Wall

    If there is a decaying scent that is permeating all over your Omaha house, this can be a sign that there is a dead rodent in your walls. You should never leave the carcass to rot. The corpse of the rodent can attract parasites and flies, so you will have to remove them immediately. Using a borescope, you will be able to determine the right location of the dead rodent. Cut a 6x9 inches hole in your drywall once you discover the carcass of the rodent.

    Once you notice a Nebraska rodent problem in your house, you need to determine the root of the infestation. You will need to seal the access point that will prevent the problem from spreading to other areas of your house.