ATLANTA, GA, January 15, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- With the onset of colder temperatures, small wild animals are on the lookout for warm safe places where they can spend their winters sheltered from the elements. Your basement is an inviting haven for these creatures. Urban Wildlife, Atlanta wildlife removal
experts, suggests taking the following steps to help keep wildlife, such as rats, squirrels and other rodents away from your house.
Plug small holes around pipes leading to your house as well as any gaps that are as big as a rat's head. That is all the space they need to inch their way inside your home. Use copper instead of steel wool as it does not rust easily.
Remove as much clutter from your basement as possible. Stacks of yellowing newspapers, unsealed boxes of used items, old clothes, etc. provide breeding and nesting grounds for small wildlife. By eliminating them, you make your basement less attractive to these creatures.
Don't leave any food out at night, not even pet food. Rats and other rodents are night creatures. They can easily help themselves to any food left standing overnight without any interference from a household fast asleep.
"Our experienced wildlife control operators can handle practically any wildlife situation our customers may encounter," says Richard Wallas, President of Urban Wildlife, the home of the specialists in Atlanta rodent control. "They are licensed and fully insured professionals who are highly trained and skilled to perform any animal removal services safely and lawfully."
When you need expert rodent control in Atlanta
, call the professionals of Urban Wildlife. They have the experience, equipment and expertise to assist you in any nuisance wildlife situation.
To learn more, please visit http://www.urbanwildlifecontrol.com/
.About Urban Wildlife Control:
Urban Wildlife Control is an Atlanta-based, full-service animal and bee removal services company. We are committed to providing excellent customer service and maintaining safety for you and your home.
For more information, visit http://www.urbanwildlifecontrol.com/