Animals in Attic
Wildlife in Attic
Wild Animal Control
|Wild Animal Control Orlando is a professional wildlife removal company based in Orlando, FL. We specialize in the humane removal of wildlife from homes and property. This includes squirrels in the attic,
raccoons, snakes, bats, opossums, rats in the home, armadillos, and more. This is not a free city or county service - there is no such thing when it
comes to wildlife or any other form of pest control. We provide an excellent service and excellent value - we are professional and courteous, college educated, and fully licensed and insured. We have the expertise and
professionalism to solve your wild animal problem correctly, the first time, and we offer a guarantee on our work. Call us at 407-378-6116
Wildlife Removal From Attics -
The most common scenario we deal with is wildlife that has moved into your attic! This could mean a family of squirrels, a mother raccoon with young, some opossums, or an infestation of rats. We safely and
completely remove all of the animals from your attic, and make sure that the problem is solved permanently.
General Critter Trapping -
If you've got a problem with any kind of wildlife, be it raccoons threatening your pets or armadillos digging a hole under your home, we can trap and remove the animal(s) and humanely relocate them. If you've
got a snake in the pool or a rat in the kitchen, we can rush right out and safely remove it for you.
Damage & Exclusion Repairs -
Often the most important step in solving your critter problem is to fix the root cause - the holes the animals used to get into your house in the first place! We thoroughly inspect every square inch of your
home and identify and permanently seal off all of the wildlife entry points, so that no more animals can ever get in again - and we guarantee our repairs!
Attic Decontamination -
Wildlife often leave biohazardous waste in your attic or home. They leave behind urine, droppings, grease and oils from their fur, food, parasites, and other contaminants. Rodents even leave pheromone scents
behind that will attract new members of their own. We eliminate the health risk and the scent attractant by deodorizing and decontaminating your attic.
Dead Animal Removal -
If you've got a horrible smell in your house, you just might have a dead animal somewhere in your attic or walls, or maybe even under the house. All animals die eventually, and if they die in your house,
you will have a very strong odor that could last a long time. We find and remove the dead carcass, and spray the area clean.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Prices Do You Charge? -
Every job is different. Please call and describe your situation, and we can give a more accurate price quote over the phone. Our prices are extremely fair - we charge significantly less than those big-name companies,
and we provide far better service and warranties.
Do You Deal With Dogs or Cats? -
No, we only deal with wildlife. If you have a problem with a dog or cat, call the county animal services. Orange County Animal Services: 407.836.3111 - Seminole County Animal Services: 407.665.5201
Do You Deal With Insects or Termites? -
No, we only control mammals, reptiles, and birds. We are not a standard Orlando pest control company. We are not an extermination company, and we don't use any chemicals or pesticides or poisons like an
exterminator would. We trap and remove wild animals only.
What Forms of Payment Do You Accept? -
We accept checks, and all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. We do not require up-front payment. We can invoice jobs after we are done.
What If I Need To Report an Alligator, Bird, or Injured Baby Animal? -
Please don't call us unless you want to pay for professional wildlife pest removal services. If you want to report an alligator, call 1-866-FWC-GATOR. If you find an injured bird, call 407.339.2900. If
you find an injured or orphaned baby critter, call 407.260.6137
What Animals Do You Handle? -
We handle all of the common nuisance wildlife species - raccoons, squirrels, rats & mice, opossums, armadillos, and snakes. We are experts at Orlando bat control, and
we also provide bird removal services. We also remove dead animal carcasses.
Are You Licensed and Insured? -
Yes, we carry all necessary licensing required to perform nuisance wildlife control in the state of Florida, are college educated, and fully trained. We carry $1,000,000 liability insurance, and are in
full compliance of Florida workers' comp laws.
Do You Service Commercial Properties? -
Yes, we service apartment complexes and condominiums throughout the greater Orlando area, and have worked numerous churches, warehouses, hotels, shopping plazas, and more. Past commercial customers include Disney,
Kraft, Marriot, Universal Studios, RDV Sportsplex, NASA, SeaWorld, Publix, Home Depot, and a whole lot more.
What is Your Service Range? -
We service the Greater Orlando area. This includes downtown Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, College Park, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow, Winter Springs, Casselberry, Apopka, Oviedo, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Gotha,
Doctor Phillips, Conway, Belle Isle, and pretty much anywhere within 20 miles of downtown Orlando. Sanford is pretty much or most northern range, and Kissimmee is pretty much the southernmost range. We will travel
further for larger jobs, and we perform professional bat exclusions throughout the entire state of Florida. We also have friends in Jacksonville, Tampa, Boca Raton, Fort
Lauderdale, & Miami.
What if I Don't Live in Orlando?
Most Recent Orlando Wildlife Tip
How Long Does it Take for Dead Animal Odor to go Away? It totally depends on the Orlando animal which has dies in your house whether inside or outside.
Actually every animal has a specific odor which is produced from its carcass when it is died.
Moreover the concentration and strength of the odor is also different and it changes with the
passage of time. For some animals it takes really long enough for the odor to go away. It also
depends on how many days have been passed the death of animal. For example in case of a dead mouse,
the odor will take as much as two weeks to go away. If the carcass of the animal is removed, it may
not take long enough to remove the odor as well. However in case of small Florida animals which die in the
places of house which are difficult to reach, it is almost impossible to remove the animals from these
locations. In these cases one has t bear the bad odor till the time the body has been decomposed
completely. This is really a difficult task because it is not only unbearable to stand the odor
but the gases and fumes which are being carried by the odor are also so much dangerous that their
continuous exposure can cause a lot of health concerns to the dwellers.
Past wildlife tips:
How Long Does it Take for Dead Animal Odor to go Away?
Do Coyotes Make Good Pets?
Chipmunk Prevention Tips