ATLANTA, GA, January 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- If you hear noises in your attic during nighttime hours, you most likely have a raccoon or flying squirrel sharing your living space, notes Atlanta animal removal
experts Urban Wildlife. Being nocturnal creatures, raccoons are only active after sunset. On the other hand, if you hear noises during the day, it is more probable that squirrels have gained access to your house instead.
Another way to find out what kind of small animal has invaded your house is to sprinkle a thin layer of flour around the perimeter of the area where you hear them scampering about. Raccoon tracks are typically two to three inches long and closely resemble a small human hand.
If you suspect that raccoons, squirrels or other wildlife have invaded any part of your house, call wildlife removal professionals like Urban Wildlife at once. They have highly trained and experienced nuisance wildlife controllers who are skilled at identifying and ridding your property of pests. States have strict regulations about the proper and safe handling of small animal and wildlife. Urban Wildlife has capable, licensed and fully insured experts who can perform a wide range of animal removal services.
"We have knowledgeable and seasoned wildlife exclusion experts who can handle any small animal or pest problem our customers have," says Richard Wallas, President of Urban Wildlife. "Our years of experience in this field make us your best ally in ridding your house and property of destructive and annoying pests properly and safely."
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.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.
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