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Emergency Help for When Raccoons Enter Your Living Space (and Tips to Prevent Them from Entering Through Pet Doors)

Imagine waking up to rustling and banging in your bathroom. Or coming home from the gym to shower and discovering someone (or something) is already using it. Raccoons and other wildlife can become an unwelcome surprise when they enter your home. Check out these raccoons. They gained access into a home through the pet door. [...]

By |July 31st, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized, Wildlife Inside Your Home|Comments Off on Emergency Help for When Raccoons Enter Your Living Space (and Tips to Prevent Them from Entering Through Pet Doors)

What to do When Rabbits Overtake your Denver, CO Lawn

With spring, April showers, and Easter come bunnies! You may have noticed a few more rabbits in your neighborhood over the last few weeks (and not the chocolate kind). Rabbit breeding season can begin as early as February and, with gestation periods of only 30 days, rabbits can populate quickly. While baby rabbits are cute [...]

By |April 21st, 2017|Categories: Outdoor Vertebrate Pests|Comments Off on What to do When Rabbits Overtake your Denver, CO Lawn

Key Tips & Tricks for Keeping your Home Rodent Free

Rental properties could be a target for rodent infestation. These vermin are popular for causing damage to your property, spreading disease, and spoiling food. As a landowner, if you leave this issue unresolved, you'll end up losing your tenants. It is important to address rodent concerns from several every angle for optimal control. Here are [...]

By |April 5th, 2017|Categories: Rodents|Comments Off on Key Tips & Tricks for Keeping your Home Rodent Free

Meet the “Beast” & Say Goodbye to Your Rodent or Animal Damaged Insulation

We recently purchased a Colorado made, state of the art insulation removal vacuum for our restoration services. This new addition helps us complete jobs more efficiently which means that you don't have to listen to the noise/commotion for as long. Check out our team breaking out the "Beast" this week! Jon is manning the insulation [...]

By |March 9th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized, Wildlife in Attic Spaces|Comments Off on Meet the “Beast” & Say Goodbye to Your Rodent or Animal Damaged Insulation

How Raccoon Mating in Denver, CO Affects You (and Ways to Protect Against Raccoon Intrusions into Your Attic)

Spring has not arrive yet, but the wildlife around you are preparing. Raccoon mating season can begin as early as January or February each year and extends through June. Mature female raccoons typically breed and girth birth during the same time each year - peaking February-April. Younger, yearling raccoons are less consistent and may mate [...]

By |February 24th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on How Raccoon Mating in Denver, CO Affects You (and Ways to Protect Against Raccoon Intrusions into Your Attic)

Learn Interesting Facts About Voles in Denver, CO (and How You Can Protect Your Lawn Against Vole Damage)

Now is the time to start protecting your lawn so that it can be lush and full of life this Spring. You may have noticed some unsightly tracks running through your grass after the last major snow storm... Or maybe your evergreen shrubs appear to be dying for no apparent reason. This could mean that [...]

By |January 26th, 2017|Categories: Outdoor Vertebrate Pests|Comments Off on Learn Interesting Facts About Voles in Denver, CO (and How You Can Protect Your Lawn Against Vole Damage)

Keep Squirrels Out of Your Denver, CO Attic (and What to Do if They Are Already Inside)

It's that time of year again... The leaves have already changed and begun to fall. With the warmer days of summer behind us, bushy-tailed friends may seek out your attic for a cozy winter home. Tree squirrels with their agility and aptitude for climbing are the most likely to enter your attic space. Grounds squirrels [...]

What to Expect with Stinging Insects in Denver, CO (and Ways to Solve Your Wasp Problem)

Every Year from April-September, we receive calls from homeowners concerned about the stinging insect population on their property. Activity typically peaks during the hot summer afternoons of July & August. The hotter the day the more activity is likely. As the season progresses and colonies become larger, the stinging insects tend to become more territorial. [...]

By |August 12th, 2016|Categories: Stinging Insects|0 Comments