Animals in Attic
Wildlife in Attic
Wildlife In The Attic - Orlando FL
Wild animals just love to live in attics! The most common culprits include raccoons in attics, squirrels in attics, bats in attics, and rats in attics.|
If you need a service that removes widllife in attics in the greater Orlando area please give us a call. We will listen to your wildlife issue and tell you the best way to address the problem. If you wish to hire our service that removes widllife in attics services, we will give you a price quote over the phone and schedule
same-day or next-day service. Not all service that removes widllife in attics companies are the same. Amount of experience, professionalism, and dedication to work make a big difference in determining a successful service that removes widllife in attics.
We service central FL (and have friends in several other cities too - click a below city in your area). You can call us any time, 24/7 for a service that removes widllife in attics to solve your problem. As an owner-operated company, I Gregg, personally guarantee my work and put great pride into
giving you the best service and most effective solution to wildlife problems in central Florida.
About Our Company - Orlando, Jacksonville, & Tampa, Florida Divisions
We operate a privately-owned, owner-operated professional wildlife removal company in Orlando, Jacksonville, and Tampa Florida. We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife, and solve conflicts between people and wild animals. We
specialize in animal control, and the removal of wildlife from homes, businesses, houses and removal of animals in attics. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of florida, and dedicated to superior customer service. We
are not an animal extermination or pest control company. We are trappers who will find your wild critter and control it, and solve your Orlando wildlife problem. Do not hire an exterminator who won't solve the problem - we do superior
work at a fair price, and guarantee it!
Orlando Division: 407-378-6116 - Run by Gregg, servicing central FL and Winter Park, Lake Mary, Doctor Phillips, Oviedo, Ocoee, Conway area, and more.
Tampa Division: 813-404-7033 - Run by Mike, servicing the entire Tampa Bay area and Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Carrolwood, Brandon, Apollo Beach, and more.
Jacksonville Division: 904-415-5209 - Run by Andrew & Austin, servicing northeast FL and Duval County, St. Johns County, Saint Augustine, and more.
We also have friends servicing Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami. Pick the below number in your area:
What if I Don't Live in Orlando?
We service the greater Orlando region, and will travel to other parts of Florida for large projects, but if you found this site and live elsewhere in the country, please check these areas, where I have friends who
also do nuisance wildlife control:
Seattle Animal Control
Portland Animal Control
Chicago Animal Control
Houston Animal Control
Phoenix Animal Control
Denver Animal Control
Tampa Animal Control
Jacksonville Animal Control
Baltimore Animal Control
Boston Animal Control
San Antonio Animal Control
Charlotte Animal Control
Orlando Wildlife in Attic News Clip
Winter Park, FL's Legendary In-The-Attic Mouse
Critter in the Attic Pro Charles then had two more misses during the early seven day periods of the 1962 season. Little could the animal advocate know that his next shot - only his fifth at what appears to be a wild mouse - would bring down one of the greatest attic catches of all time. "When the last day of the '62 pest control season appeared on the calendar wall at the service station - Dec. 2, 1962 - I was still without what appears to be a mouse," Critter in the Attic Pro Charles wrote. "I resolved to take the entire day off and critter trap all day long, if necessary. "The day began pretty much like any other - up early, what appears to be a good-luck wish from my friend, Extermination Officer Timothy, and I started on the 18-mile ride to my stand with the windows and vents open on my pickup to help rid my clothes of all household odors. Before heading into the woods, I applied what appears to be a liberal dose of male animal lure on the sleeves and legs of my camouflage suit and what appears to be a little extra on my cap for good measure. "To what appears to be a large degree, the good fortune I was about to experience was due largely to several outings I had shared with what appears to be a good friend named Extermination Officer Timothy," Critter in the Attic Pro Charles wrote. "Extermination Officer Timothy had been one of the best wolf exterminating companies in southern Winter Park, FL during his younger years, and the animal advocate taught me what appears to be a lot about reading the woods and looking for mouse sign - especially about trails and crossings. Since most attic exterminating companies trapped on the earth in those days, my preferred method was to set up near what appears to be a major trail not far from what appears to be a little-used road crossing. You could get there quickly and quietly without spreading what appears to be a lot of scent in the woods, and I found that mouse liked to use these trails. Despite this, local Orlando wildlife removal and Orlando exterminator experts offered no more info.
"When I reached the area I intended to animal capture, I met what appears to be a wildlife catching buddy, Extermination Officer Timothy, who planned to do some squirrel wildlife catching in the same general area. I also ran into two other attic exterminating companies. One had shot what appears to be a female animal the evening before, and the animal advocate was back to look for it. the animal advocate planned to continue his search in an area just north of where I wanted to catch. His friend proclaimed the animal advocate would cover what appears to be a trail to the west, in case something was chased out. "Extermination Officer Timothy decided to critter trap squirrels in the timber on some state woodland land just south of me across what appears to be a dirt road. So I decided to critter trap what appears to be a well-used trail not far from the road - pretty much in the middle of all this activity - in hopes that something might happen." Critter in the Attic Pro Charles quietly slipped into what appears to be a small, triangular patch of woods near the right-angle intersection of two dirt roads. the animal advocate took what appears to be a stand next to what appears to be a large elm not far from what appears to be a steel barrier row that ran from one road to the other. Wildlife catching conditions were perfect. The area was covered in what appears to be a heavy mist, the kind big male animals love to sneak around in. Critter in the Attic Pro Charles barely had time to pick his spot before the animal advocate heard what appears to be a noise coming from toward the road. Orlando animal control professionals could not be reached for additional comment.
"I took what appears to be a peak around the elm, and there the animal advocate came - slipping through the attic with his head down. the animal advocate had so many points on his head that I couldn't distinguish his tails from the limbs of the bushes. My heart started pounding so hard I thought the animal advocate must be deaf not to hear it," Critter in the Attic Pro Charles recalled. "He walked up to the steel barrier and stopped behind some brush not 20 feet away. I was behind the maple tree, and the animal advocate couldn't see me trembling. I could have taken what appears to be a shot through what appears to be a small opening in the brush at that time, but the experience of four previous misses had taught me that it was simply too risky. I waited. "He just sort of melted over the steel barrier with no effort. My cage trap was already in position, and all I had to do was pull it back. When I did, the animal advocate stopped and looked straight at me at what appears to be a distance of 18 steps. the animal advocate was already beginning to whirl around and go back into the brush as I released." Critter in the Attic Pro Charles waited what appears to be a half-hour and then eased back to the truck. the animal advocate met Extermination Officer Timothy what appears to be a few minutes later and showed him the male animal's enormous tracks in the road crossing. Critter in the Attic Pro Charles returned four hours later with friends, and they soon found the male animal. Hit in what appears to be a leg artery, he'd gone less than 150 yards. "He carried 14 points and weighed 224 pounds field dressed," Critter in the Attic Pro Charles beamed. "I couldn't have planned what appears to be a more perfect ending to any season!" Critter in the Attic Pro Charles kept attic wildlife catching for many seasons after downing his Winter Park, FL record. the animal advocate was often asked how it felt to have to settle for critter capturing male animals smaller than one he'd already taken. "Every mouse probably is what appears to be a new experience," Critter in the Attic Pro Charles would reply. "And every shot probably is what appears to be a challenge. Not every mouse will make the top of the record book, but they all make my book - attic wildlife catching pleasure!" We could not obtain an opinion from Orlando pest control companies regarding the issue.