Belleville, Ontario is a fast-growing city, centrally located between the major Canadian cities of Toronto and Montreal and less than 60 minutes from the Canadian-America border, making its location ideal for commuters, students and families alike. It is also home to a fascinating array of wildlife including insects, arachnids and mammals. However, when one or more of these creatures invades your home, we at Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Services are ready to help you with wildlife control services in Belleville and remove these animals from your property in a way that is safe for both you and them.
Living in Belleville
Belleville is growing by leaps and bounds as people from all over the region discover all there is to see and do. From its libraries and many universities nearby to its many parks, nature trails and its location on Quinte Bay, Belleville has something for everyone. Cyclists and nature lovers will appreciate the Parrott Riverfront Trail, a historic path that takes you along the picturesque Moira River.
As the city expands so does the need for effective wildlife removal services. At the first sign of trouble, contact Skedaddle regarding wildlife removal in Belleville to help reduce the amount of harmful damage and minimize future costs. Our experienced wildlife removal technicians can help with a variety of urban animals that call Belleville home, including:
In addition to wildlife control, we also offer full pest control services for Belleville home and business owners experiencing problems with insects. Our licensed technicians use environmentally friendly products and modern techniques to target pest problems at the source. Some of the most common species of pest include:
- Wasps and Hornets
- Bed Bugs
Our services also include Prince Edward County and Trenton, and because the river, bay and nearby wetlands encourage the presence of wildlife, you may see these animals on occasion. Spiders, birds and bats are especially common because they feed on insects near the water. However, if they invade your property and you find yourself encountering them at every turn, we have the experience and tools to not only remove them humanely but also offer you a bit of information about their behaviour and why they might seek out human environments.
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How Skedaddle Can Help
While the water views around Belleville and Prince Edward County are a sight to behold, they also attract a great deal of wildlife, much of it quite diverse. Spiders and other pests are quite common in these areas, which also feature many rental cottages and vacation homes that might attract these enterprising animals. While most species are harmless, some spiders that live near water can grow quite large and deliver a painful bite when startled or threatened. Bats and even birds may try to bite when handled, so calling us for wildlife control services in Belleville is a safer option than trying to remove an animal yourself.
Once they arrive, our knowledgeable wildlife removal technicians can inspect your property, discover the animals’ entry point and seek out both individual specimens and nests as well. Once the animal is humanely removed, our technicians can then help you seal or block other potential entrances, such as holes in door and window screens or cracks and crevices in attics or basements.
Leaving wildlife removal in Belleville to our team can provide you with peace of mind that your new home in Belleville is free of uninvited animal guests. Contact us today for more information and to learn how we can help you protect your home and family.