We start by performing a comprehensive inspection of your home and use hands-on techniques to humanely remove unwanted home guests.
We identify potential points of entry and secure them to prevent future infestation. We offer a lifetime guarantee against re-entry on any serviced areas.
When I called to book an inspection, I was given a quick booking time. James M came within the window of time, called ahead and was professional upon arrival. He was able to assess the property and give me a plan of action! He was able to provide great solutions to the problem! I would recommend!
Birds are one of the most diverse animals on the planet. They have been in existence for 150 million years and are direct descendants of dinosaurs. They exhibit a variety of colours and behaviours and come in sizes both large and small. Ontario is home to 501 of the approximately 18,000 species in existence around the world. Though the tropical areas can boast of having the greatest diversity, our province is a haven for bird watchers.
If you take a walk in your neighbourhood of Woodbridge, you might see anything from a ruby-throated hummingbird to a bald eagle. Bird sightings and songs can delight or entertain, except when you spot them in your attic vents or hear them in your chimney. Safe removal of your unwanted feathered houseguests takes the training and expertise of a professional. Skedaddle technicians are skilled at humane bird removal, but they take it one step further with measures to ensure the interior of your home remains off-limits to birds.
Backyard birdwatching is a common Woodbridge pastime, no matter what time of year it is. When any bird decides to take advantage of the warmth of your chimney or the shelter of your attic to build its nest, the sounds you hear are no longer pleasant! If you discover a nest tucked away inside your attic vent, pigeons, starlings and sparrows are the common culprits.
These birds are noisy, and they leave a big mess of nesting materials and bird droppings. In the chimney, their nests become a fire danger. No matter where in your house the bird droppings land, they can become a health hazard, as cryptococcosis and salmonellosis are both transmitted via their excretions. It is in your best interest to seek help in the safe and humane removal of birds who have taken up residence in your home.
The peregrine falcon is the fastest bird in the world. It can soar through the air at 40-50 kilometres an hour, but when it takes a dive for its prey, it can reach speeds of 320 kilometres an hour! If you keep your eyes peeled, you might see one of these magnificent birds in our area.
The bald eagle is the largest bird in Ontario. While once on the brink of extinction, its populations are now at a healthy level due to a massive conservation effort.
Kirtland’s warbler is one of the rarest birds in our province, and it is critically endangered. It is a migrating songbird that can be seen in Point Pelee National Park.
The black-capped chickadee is among the most common birds in Ontario and is frequently spotted in the wintertime feasting from backyard birdfeeders.