BAD COMPANY WILDLIFE EVICTION JOB REPORT
An Oakville resident spent the better part of a year dealing with raccoons under his PV (photo voltaic) system. The raccoons had been using his solar panels for shade in the summer and protection from snow and rain in fall and winter months. They had also created quite a mess with their feces.
Solar panel animal removal is one of the many animal removal services provided by Bad Company Wildlife and one that we are performing more often than in previous years. Using pvc coated mesh we surrounded the entire perimeter of the customers PV system. Solar panel animal removal doesn’t stand out or clash with the panels. Because the pvc coating is black in colour it easily blends with the solar panels and is hidden in the shadows.
Now that the solar panel animal removal is complete the customer has a 10 year guarantee against animal intrusion. His investment is protected.
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Job Report – Dundas Bat Removal
May 1st, 2015 Bad Company Wildlife Eviction completed the first humane bat removal of the season in Dundas, Ontario. Bats have fully woken from hibernation by this time and humane eviction can now take place. Over the winter the customer had found bats in the living space and decided to call Bad Company Wildlife for a bat removal quote. We educated the customer on our bat removal process which you can learn more about here. The customer decided to hire Bad Company and was made aware that the bat eviction could not take place until May 1st. One way bat exit doors were installed at strategic points on the home and the rest of the perimeter was sealed to prevent bat re-entry.
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April 13th, 2015 Bad Company Wildlife was given the opportunity to remove a mother raccoon and her six babies from a semi attached Cambridge home. The roof was in very poor condition and needed to be replaced immediately but that also meant any preventative screening installed by us before replacement would be removed. We recommended the roof be replaced before the raccoon removal and the customer agreed. The roofer left a area open so mother raccoon was not trapped inside.
We then returned and removed the raccoon babies from the attic by hand and placed them in our heated baby box just outside of the entry. When we returned to check on the babies we discovered that mother raccoon had left two babies behind. She may have done this because she believed she was endangering herself or her other babies by making another trip to the box to retrieve them but we can’t be sure. The two babies were in good health but needed further care so we brought them to a licensed wildlife rehabilitation center where they will be cared for until they are old enough to survive interdependently and then released in they area the came from. The customer was very pleased with our raccoon removal service described here and even submitted a testimonial to our website which you can see here. Thanks Lisa!
Oakville Squirrel Removal – Job Report
On April 7th, 2015 Bad Company Wildlife removal was called to Oakville Ontario to perform a squirrel removal. Red squirrels had been entering through the roof vents by chewing a hole through the plastic. The customer asked how to get rid of red squirrels and we educated her on our squirrel removal process. Wildlife removal technicians inspected the attic space and found multiple nests but the mother had not yet given birth. A one way exit was installed over the compromised roof vent and the rest of the home was squirrel and animal proofed.
We returned the following week to remove the one way exit and replace the damaged roof vent. The home now has a five guarantee against squirrel entry.
Dundas Raccoon Removal – Job Report
On April 10th, 2015 Bad Company Wildlife visited a home in Dundas in response to a raccoon removal request. Raccoons had been living under the customers sun room and rear addition and they wanted to know how to get rid of raccoons humanely. The sun room and addition did not have a complete foundation and the raccoon was able to access these areas via the back deck. The area was very difficult to inspect for signs of damage and raccoon babies but to get rid of raccoons successfully, all raccoon babies need to be removed from the den site. We carefully removed one of the wooden panels and squeezed under the structure and our hard work was rewarded with the discovery of six raccoon babies.
The raccoon babies were carefully removed by hand and placed in a heated box outside of the entry. Bad Company Wildlife removal then installed a one way exit over the entry and raccoon proofed the premises. The home now has a five year raccoon guarantee. Bad Company Wildlife removal returned the next day to check on the babies and found that all had been relocated by mother raccoon. The customer was satisfied with the raccoon removal process and is happy to be raccoon free.
If you have raccoons in the attic, need raccoon removal or would like to know how to get rid of raccoons,
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Ancaster Raccoon Removal – Job Report
Bad Company Wildlife Removal responded to a raccoon removal call in Ancaster on March 31st, 2015. When we arrived on site and began inspecting the home we found multiple roof vents lifted by a raccoon. All roof vents lead to the same attic space and the raccoon may have been testing each vent to see which gave her the easiest access. We educated the customer on how to get rid of raccoons and how we will perform the raccoon removal.
We entered the attic space for inspection and discovered three raccoon babies. These babies were gently removed by hand and placed in a heated box outside the lifted roof vent. A one way exit was installed over one of the lifted vents to allow mother raccoon to exit the attic but not re-enter. Upon leaving the one way exit, mother raccoon will easily find her three babies and relocate them to another den site. All remaining roof vents and other vulnerable areas on the roof were then raccoon proofed and shingles were replaced as needed. The customer was given a written five year guarantee against raccoon re-entry.
Bad Company returned the next day to check on the baby raccoons. All three babies had been taken by mother and the raccoon removal was a success. The one way exit was removed and the roof vent was repaired and raccoon proofed. The customer was satisfied with our raccoon removal services and pest control service.