Wildlife Removal Control & Trapping Greenville SC
Wildlife Removal Greenville SC
Bat removal , bird control, raccoon removal, skunk removal, squirrel removal are just a few of the wildlife management services we offer. We also trap, remove and control armadillo, beaver, fox, opossums, and any lizard or snake!
We believe customer service is important. We are a family owned business. We provide wildlife removal services to property owners, real estate and property management companies, golf courses, theme parks, home-builder’s and municipalities at large. Contracts are available. Many pest control companies, law enforcement agencies, animal control and state humane officers also recommend us.
Service Locations: We provide wild animal removal services to all of Greenville County South Carolina including the following communities :
Fountain Inn, Greenville, Greer, Mauldin, Simpsonville ,Travelers Rest
Armadillo Removal Greenville SC
Solving nuisance wildlife problems is just what we do and the armadillo is no exception. The armadillo is for many of us was a critter rarely seen until recently in the Greenville County South Carolina area. Most armadillo damage is caused by the armadillos strong claws in search of their food under the soil such as earthworms, and grubs. We can get rid of your armadillo concerns. Call for a armadillo removal quote today near Greenville Fountain Inn, Greenville, Greer, Mauldin, Simpsonville ,Travelers Rest !
Bat Removal Greenville SC -
Beware of companies that have secret sprays or potions to get rid of bats. It is illegal to poison or fumigate bats these methods are not only do not work, but are illegal in Georgia and the United States. All access points grater then 3/8ths of an inch need to be seal up. We provide humane bat exclusion techniques that let bats escape from, but not reenter your building. Exclusion techniques should NOT be used during the maternity season if young is present, beginning of June through the end of August, when young bats are unable to fly and manage on their own. Besides being unnecessarily cruel, excluding bats during the maternity season can actually make the problem worse with the smell of dead baby bats and bugs they attract.
Beaver Trapper Greenville SC
We are experts in beaver trapping beavers requires skill, equipment, and usually a license. South Carolina Control has everything you need from a professional beaver trapper to trap and manage beavers.
Live Honey Bee Removal Greenville SC
Not every beekeeper has the skills, knowledge and the liability insurance to cut into the walls of your home and remove a honey bee colony nested in your home. Most bee problems once they get into the home require both construction and bee removal skills. We offer bee removal, bee trapping, and bee exclusions and guarantee our work in writing. We have all the skills, properly licensed and insured to do bee removal work anywhere in South Carolina.
Bird Control Greenville SC -
Want to get rid of your bird problems ? We solve problems with bird roosting and bird feeding areas. We use a variety of bird control repellents, bird deterrents, bird harassment, bird shock tape, bird spikes, bird netting and bird trapping tailored to your specific bird, bird problem and budget.
Opossum Removal Greenville SC
Raccoon Removal Greenville SC
Squirrel Removal Greenville SC
Skunk Removal Greenville SC
Snake Removal Greenville SC
Dead Animal Removal Greenville SC
Coyotes, coyotes, coyotes seem to be in the local news. Tired of hearing about all the pets stolen by these sneaky vermin. Coyotes, their management and control is a big part of what we do.We trap coyote, fox and other predator species. We are often called in after a pet has been attacked and hired to find the offending coyote and remove them permanently.
Coyotes communicate through a series of yips, barks, and howls. While they can be heard at any time of day, it is most common to hear them around dusk when they become active. Coyotes have been known to mate with dogs. Coyotes have even been known to mate with wolves, although this is a rare occurrence as wolves tend to be hostile to the smaller species.
Coyotes feed on small mammals like voles, rabbits, mice, and squirrels. They have also been known to eat snakes, birds, lizards and even larger mammals like deer. While most of the coyote’s diet consists of small mammals, they do eat some fruits and vegetables as well. Ideally, coyotes prefer fresh meat, but they have been known to consume carrion.