After wildlife removal is completed, we can tackle the damage repair process.
When you have a wildlife intrusion in your Charlotte, North Carolina area home or business, it can feel very disconcerting to look at the damage the creatures created. Whether they left a mess of nests and shredded wood or they ate through the eaves of your home to gain entry, you need wildlife removal experts like ours to handle the situation. Here at A-1 Wildlife Removal, we want to help you tackle all your wildlife issues, including those that are left behind after the wildlife has gone. Once we have removed the wildlife, we want to ensure the signs of their presence are gone, too, with our damage repair services.
We always strive to perform top-notch, high-quality work when it comes to our damage repair services. Our goal is to make your property look as near perfect as possible, so you won’t be consistently reminded of the invasion or worried about the repairs holding up. Rather than placing a piece of metal or sheeting over the entry point, we have capable and talented carpenters fit pieces that will make the property look and function like new and, of course, following any state law requirements. This ensures that your furry (or not so furry) uninvited guests will not only be prevented from gaining re-entry, but that you also won’t see an eyesore when looking at your property where the wildlife has once been.
A-1 Wildlife Control: Video of birds that got in a vent and damaged the tube
If you have been looking for help with wildlife removal or damage repair services after a wildlife invasion, we want to help! For more information about our variety of services, please give us a call today.
At A-1 Wildlife Control, we offer damage repair services for customers in Charlotte, Matthews, Dallas, Mint Hill, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Cornelius, Concord, Gastonia, Kannapolis, Monroe, Belmont, Kings Mountain, Pineville, Waxhaw, and Midland, North Carolina and Clover, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Chester, Lancaster, York, and Rock Hill, South Carolina.