Expert New Jersey Nuisance Wildlife Control Services

Squirrel eating a nut.New Jersey is home to a wide variety of pest wildlife. As residential and commercial areas have expanded, New Jersey residents and urban wildlife are often forced into close proximity. New Jersey wildlife has proven to be highly adaptable, with many pest animals frequently appropriating residential homes and commercial buildings for their own use. When these animal pests move in they can pose a dangerous health threat and may cause significant property damage. Allison Pest Control provides prompt, effective and humane professional wildlife removal and pest animal exclusion services for both residential and commercial customers.

Why Animals Move In to Your Home

Many species of wildlife will seek shelter in residential and commercial structures as winter approaches. They are simply looking for a warm home for the winter and a safe place to raise their young in the spring. Attics, garages, sheds, porches and decks offer attractive shelter to these urban pest animals.

Health Risks and Property Damage Caused by Nuisance Wildlife

When wildlife or pest animals move into human habitats they can cause extensive damage with their teeth and claws chewing through roofing materials to gain access to attics, creating a fire risk by gnawing through electrical wires and undermining porch foundations with their tunnels and dens. If wildlife gains access to your attic, garage, basement or shed; they may slash or gnaw on stored items, causing irreparable damage.

When animals, bats or birds take up residence, they foul structures, insulation and stored items with their urine and feces. Animal urine can soak through ceilings or wallboard. The unpleasant scent of their musk can seep into and permeate your home or business. If wildlife or their offspring die while in residence, the stench of decomposition can be unbearable and last for weeks.

Urban wildlife carry dangerous diseases and parasitic pests that pose significant health problems for your family or employees. Air-borne particles of dried bird, bat and animal feces can also cause serious respiratory diseases, some of which can be fatal. When wild animals nest near humans, they can also pose a bite risk. Raccoons, for example, are the primary vector for rabies in the U.S. During spring, female animals may attack without seeming provocation to protect their young.

Nuisance or Pest Animals Commonly Found in New Jersey

Allison Pest Control’s expert wildlife control team can rid your home or commercial building of most New Jersey nuisance wildlife, including:

  • Bats
  • Chipmunks
  • Groundhogs
  • Moles and Voles
  • Possums
  • Raccoons
  • Skunks
  • Snakes
  • Squirrels, both Ground Squirrels and Flying Squirrels

Expert New Jersey Animal Control Services

Raccoon in an animal trapMost nuisance animal pests are humanely trapped and released where they cannot become a repetitive problem; never euthanized. Our New Jersey animal control experts use humane animal control methods such as one-way tunnels that allow wildlife to exit but not return. We also use deterrents, repellants and habitat modification techniques to exclude wildlife pests and keep them from returning.

After wildlife removal, our experienced animal control technicians clean and sanitize any areas affected by wildlife intrusion to ensure the health and safety of your family or employees. We also perform minor damage repair to eliminate future wildlife access to your residence or commercial building.

Family owned and operated, we have been in the New Jersey pest control business since 1917. For nearly a century, Allison Pest Control has been providing superior professional pest control services and exceptional customer service to the residents and business owners of Monmouth County and Ocean County, New Jersey. We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer satisfaction. Our customers are our neighbors. When you call Allison Pest Control you can trust us to treat you right.


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