Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Madison

We are Madison Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Madison , WI. As your experienced local animal removal company, we know how important dealing with a problem quickly can be for you, which is why our team is always on hand to help you. Our family run company has a team of agents to take your call whenever you find signs of animal activity in your home or commercial property, and we always aim to get a technician to you within 24 hours. As well as an efficient service, our philosophy is also to keep our prices as competitive as we can, and we are always willing to offer a written estimate for the work. One area of expertise for our technicians is dealing with wild animals in the chimney, and this will often be caused by raccoons, birds or squirrels. Our team have the training to deal with wild animals wherever they are in your home, and have all of the equipment to keep your home as clean as possible during the work. The technicians also have the skills to offer professional-grade repairs to any areas that have been damaged by wild animals, and can also offer a full sanitization service as well.
 Call us now at 608-615-4415 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Madison and Our Services:

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Wisconsin licensed and insured.

Madison rat control and rodent removal

Experts in Wisconsin bat removal from buildings.

Madison raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Dane, Sun Prairie, Middleton, Verona, Stoughton, Waunakee, Fitchburg, Oregon, Mount Horeb, DeForest, Monona, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, McFarland, Mazomanie, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Shorewood Hills, Deerfield, Maple Bluff, Marshall, Burke, Roxbury, Albion, Rockdale, Montrose, Primrose, Vermont, Rutland, Dunkirk, and many more!

Madison Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to get rid of pests in the attic

Pests can be really annoying at times since they are a variety type of animals that you will always find at least once in your home. It seems like they love to live in other people’s homes and take over a whole floor if they could! Pests can be a variety of animals from mice, rats, raccoons, bats and even squirrels. As you may have seen these animals in other different categories, they all share a same aspect of living in peoples home. They usually keep looking for places to live in until they find the perfect home on where they can find shelter and shelter their babies if they have any. This is a huge problem for household owners most of the time since pests tend to want to live in their attics. And usually when that occurs, the person must go through a series of step just to get rid of them! Therefore, it is best that once you get rid of them, to also make sure they never come back! And here is how:

Look for clues that may conclude that there is a pest living in your attic. These clues could be either by the smell, droppings or sounds. First off, you could simply tell by the smell of the attic if something is living inside of it, it will have a different smell not the normal dusty smell. Second, droppings are purely visible by the human eye, but be careful not to come in contact with it since it may cause diseases. Lastly, if you hear sounds then no need to check, because you definitely have something living in your attic!

Seal any openings inside the attic. You may have to enter at the beginning before any action plan is taken to set up the traps. First off it is best to close any seals that are open to make sure no pest gets in or out of the area during the trapping processing. This is highly recommended since at times they can leave for a few days then always come back. Or worse catch it and have a new type of pest enter your home. This can be clearly avoided with this main step.

Identify which type of pest you are mostly likely dealing with. This is an important aspect since it will help you know which trap should be best implemented for best results. It would not make sense to capture a bat with a mouse trap, or capture a mouse with bat spray. Therefore know your pest and get the game started.

Once you know which type of pest you are dealing with, put the appropriate type of trap needed to give best results. These can be DIY traps or off the market kind of traps. Both ways make sure they have great outcomes since it is mostly likely needed for pests.

Once all the pests have been caught, you can begin clearing to make sure the place is more hygienic for the future.