We provide our customers with licensed wildlife exclusion/removal for the following pests: Rats, snakes, opossums, armadillos, flying squirrels, moles, squirrels, skunks, etc.
Wildlife animals can cause structural damage to the inside and outside of your home. We can help keep these animals out of your home.
In addition, to trapping and removing wildlife, Meriwether Pest Control also provides products and services to help keep them out. Our certified technicians will point out the entry points and discuss a plan of action with you detailing all needed measures to keep the wildlife out of your home.
Call us today and our wildlife professional will meet you at your home or business to inspect your home and wildlife problem and work to provide you with a solution.
1. Our trained and licensed technicians will set up an appointment to inspect and assess your entire home.
2. Technicians will arrive ON TIME and will explain needed and optional treatment options. They will also note any other areas of concerns that they see at time of inspection that do not pertain to us, such as water leaks.
3. We will provide a written estimate with photos and a clear description of the work that will be performed. The estimate will include sealing needed entry points, cosmetic repairs to the exterior of the home, as well as any trapping that may be necessary.
Squirrels are one of the most common rodents to enter home. They seek to build a home inside your own and by doing so they can damage your structure by chewing through the siding or un-screened chimneys and vents. The picture to the left shows a gable vent (screened from the inside) that a squirrel chewed through.Some house fires are caused from squirrels and other rodents chewing through wiring in the attic. Don't be among the statistic and don't let squirrels make your home theirs.
Armadillos can cause tremendous damage to your lawn, garden or foundation of your home. They dig multiple holes in search of food. The nine-banded armadillo can carry leprosy. The picture to the right shows an armadillo trap we used to remove an armadillo from the customers home. The mesh walls help guide the armadillo into the trap we placed.
Bats are helpful with reducing the mosquito population, however you do not want to have them in your home. Bats typically roost in the gable vents of your home, however can roost in soffits, chimneys, and shutters. Gable vents should always be screened from the exterior. When gable vents are screened only from the inside, bats use it to rest against, the guano falls and settles. Eventually, the screen degrades and bats are accessing your attic resulting in contaminated insulation and an expensive mess to clean up. Bat Guano is harmful when inhaled and can cause respiratory problems.
Bat Mating Season in Georgia is April 1st- August 1st and exclusions should not be conducted at this time unless there is a human health risk associated with the colony.
The National Wildlife Control Operators Association Bat Guidelines can be found here: https://georgiawildlife.com/sites/default/files/wrd/pdf/bats/NWCO_BatGuidelines_Georgia.pdf
We offer assistance in trapping and reducing the population of Norway rat, roof rats, and mice. These rodents can carry fleas and also chew/destroy wiring and materials in order to build their nesting areas. We offer mass trapping, sealing of entry points (holes), and continued rodent baiting service to keep the population in control. Rodent control can be added as an 'add-on' service to your pest control or a service on it's own.
Other pest control companies or home owners accidentally trap the animal in the home during an exclusion or after poison has been applied. If it is too late to exclude the animal and it has already died in your home, we offer dead animal removal and odor control.
Dead animals can smell up your home for days or weeks making it unbearable for you. We can remove the carcass and deodorize and sanitize your home for you.