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Professional Animal Control, Wildlife Trapping and Pest Bird Removal of
Kaysville, Utah - Serving
Nuisance wildlife removal is a
PRIVATE SERVICE FOR HIRE
Allstate Bird and Animal Control.
provides wildlife removal from private homes, business, and industrial properties.
We are professional wildlife removal operators offering animal control solutions based in
We pride ourselves on professional trapping services, and on quality snake, bird, and animal removal.
Allstate Bird and Animal Control removes all sorts of wild animals, critters and birds from residential and commercial properties,
including bats, snakes, pigeons, skunks, raccoons, swallows, woodpeckers, voles, beavers, and rodents of every kind.
We also provide cleanup, sanitization, deodorization, and exclusion work to keep your wildlife problem from recurring,
be it a colony of bats in a building, raccoons in the attic, or destructive behaviors of critters such as squirrels, gophers and pigeons.
As professional trappers and wildlife removal specialist, we travel throughout Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. Depending on your location, costs of services will vary.
Birds in Kaysville, Utah
With the gorgeous trees and plentiful natural resources, people love Kaysville, Utah; unfortunately, so do birds and other wildlife. From protected birds like woodpeckers and swallows to common birds like robins and magpies, Kaysville residents have seen and dealt with them all.
These following stories have come from actual customers that required help with their bird problem. We were able to help all of them, and hopefully we can help you too.
I\'ve got a house in Kaysville that I just moved in to about a month ago. Yesterday I discovered that there\'s a bird\'s nest that has been built inside the pipe that goes between the dryer and the outside wall of my home. I need to get that birds nest removed from the pipe don\'t know if that\'s something that you all can do. I’m pretty sure I can hear chirping from my laundry room when I lean near the pipe so I’m afraid that there may be more than one bird or even more than one nest. Either way I need everything removed before it causes any further damage to the pipe.
We have a cedar shingle home and have lived here for 7 years and this is the first year we have ever had a problem with woodpeckers. My husband was upstairs when he heard a loud pounding on the outer wall. When he went outside he noticed a woodpecker was pecking at the siding on the house up at the second floor level. There are about 10 or 12 holes present right now. We would love to get somebody out to check the siding and try to get rid of the birds. Any info or suggestions you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I think we have birds in our house. I don\'t think they\'re in the attic, I think they’re between the outside of the house and the wall. I called another company earlier this week and they think it\'s in between the gutter and the soffit and they won\'t help us. The guy literally came over, he didn’t climb up on a ladder or anything, he just told us where he thought they were, that he couldn’t help, and he left. So I\'m trying to find somebody who can help us. It\'s a second story house and we don\'t have a ladder that\'s tall enough to go up there so we can\'t get up there to assess the situation. I\'m trying to find somebody who can come out and take a look and hopefully be able to help us out. I appreciate it thank you.
Bird Problems are very common, especially in Utah. They can be very problematic for homeowners and damaging to homes, meaning they should be taken seriously. If you are having trouble taking care of your bird problem, feel free to call the number at the top of the page. We will do our best to help you with all of your bird problems.
We solve many types of wildlife control conflicts in
Kaysville and surrounding areas. Give us a call if you need expert animal removal and/or live wildlife trapping.
We can also perform an inspection of your property to evaluate the problem.
Many of the projects we solve involve
raccoon families in attics and chimneys,
mud swallow nests on stucco,
woodpeckers drilling siding,
voles and gophers destroying lawns,
rats or squirrels thumping and bumping around inside walls and in attics,
skunks stealing pet food
and snakes living in crawlspaces and stone walls.
Along with physical damage and disease, wild animals also bring along disturbance and nuisance with all their noise and
commotion and smell. Baby raccoons chirp and chitter like little birds; raccoons and rats will fight all night and keep people awake;
skunk smell takes the cake, but have you ever smelled a dead animal in your ventilation system?
We have seen much, much more than these problems, but that is a general idea of the kinds of problems that my professional wildlife
removal operators and I are prepared to solve.
Not only do my technicians and I trap and remove problem wild animals,
we do a lot of other dirty work, too.
Don't hesitate to call us for dead animal removal,
pigeon waste cleanup, bat guano removal, mouse droppings,
decontamination, repairs, above ground and below ground rodent slick fencing,
odor control for skunk spray,
and the like. We are a full service pest control company with a wide range of animal control solutions.
I have been in the professional wildlife control business for many years.
My favorite stories and experiences are removing bats from schools and churches.
For pigeon and bird control, bat removal, or relief from other pest animals, call our wildlife management experts.
Many nuisance wildlife companies offer critter capture and control;
our wildlife operators provide professional pest wild animal management.
We remove the following AND MORE:
- Bats from attics, eaves and belfries
- Pigeons from rooftops
- Swallow nests from eaves, stucco, log siding, and exterior walls
- Voles that tear and dig up lawns and destroy root systems
- Moles and gophers that damage golf courses and gardens
- Mice from basements, attics, walls, crawlspaces, etc.
- Feral cats from parks and neighborhoods
- Raccoons from chimneys and attics
- Skunks that damage gardens and den in crawlspaces and under porches
- Woodpeckers that drill in stucco or cedar siding
- Rats and squirrels from attics, yards, flower gardens, commercial and industrial property
- Beavers from rivers, ponds and lakes
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If you have a problem situation with a lost or stray cat, dog, or other domestic animal or pet including farm and ranch animals,
The Davis County Animal Control Services for assistance.
They work with domestic animals and can provide information about licensing, vaccinations, lost pets, etc.
The county does not offer free wildlife animal control services, nor does Kaysville.
Kaysville Wild Animal Control News, Stories, Events and Alerts
Raccoons in Kaysville, Utah
These are stories shared with us from customers in Kaysville, Utah. They aren’t the only ones, though, that have had problems with the local raccoons.
I am pretty sure there is a raccoon in my house, though not 100% sure. I noticed last week that there was a pile of crushed leaves on my t.v. cabinet every morning, directly under the heat register. I mentioned it to my husband who said that he had heard something up in there. A few nights ago I heard what sounded like an animal scurry across the ceiling. My husband thinks it is in the attic, but I think it is in the heating system. For several nights in a row I have heard it up there. Last night I heard it in the furnace. It seems to be trying to climb out but keeps sliding back down with its claws scratching the metal. I heard it again this morning and right now, it sounds like it is trapped in there. I have only heard the noise of one animal and seen the mess from under the t.v. cabinet (which was not there this morning by the way). My husband thought it was a mouse, but I say it’s much bigger, not a baby raccoon but maybe a young one. The noise is so creepy and the furnace is in a closet in my kid’s room and it’s very scary for them. Prior to moving into this house, it sat vacant for a few months and there was evidence of raccoons in the barn and a tree in the side yard. However, they moved out of the barn and when the tree fell last year they moved out and we have not seen any at all in a year. We do have woods in the back of our house, so I assume they are still around. Whether this is a raccoon or something else, we need it removed.
We have a deck out in our backyard and for the past couple of days we’ve been hearing scratching noises coming from underneath it. Then on Saturday morning we noticed that there\'s a small hole in our deck floor that went through the wood paneling. This morning for the first time I saw that it was a raccoon, and when I saw it, it was biting and clawing through the deck. It has made a sizeable hole for itself under there. So I was wondering if could help me and possibly coming out here and extract the raccoon and remove it from my property? I have the materials to fix the deck but I won’t fix it before the animal is removed. Thanks.
My family owns a lake house that we visit every weekend. We spend our Christmases at the lake house and used to live there full time. Our hope is to retire there as well. The attic at the lake house is \"my territory\". My husband doesn\'t really go up there, so I keep it organized and well stocked with our \"junk\". Fortunately, it is a big attic because we both like to collect...\"junk\". The running joke is that my husband has to open the attic door just in case any bugs or critters come out. I\'ll go up there, but he has to clear it first. As a former marine, this task just adds to his bravado, so it is a good compromise. After last Christmas, when it was time to put the tree and ornaments back into the attic, we followed our routine and my husband pulled down the stairs to the attic. He knew immediately that we had company. As he opened the attic door, it began to \"rain\" shredded paper. Upon further inspection, we realized that the shredded paper used to be food wrappers. You see, one thing that my husband kept in the attic was his former Marine Corps paraphernalia. Included in that were some MRE\'s (meals ready to eat). The raccoons that decided to break into our attic found the MRE\'s in a box and ate every last morsel, including the instant coffee grounds. After getting over the initial fright and feeling confident that the attic was not currently inhabited, I went up to look around some more. Another collection that our new residents founds was my husband’s old PEZ candy collection. There was a perfect circle of shredded PEZ wrappers and plastic PEZ dispensers, as if an eight year old was let loose in a candy store. Every last candy was gone but the plastic dispensers were neatly removed from their wrappers and laid out in a nearly perfect circle. Creepy. A year has passed since our visitors raided our \"attic pantry\" like teens on a munchy binge. Unfortunately, at 4am this past Saturday we heard the sounds of \"company\" above our heads once again. THEY\'RE BAAAAACK. So, it\'s now time to call in the PROS. United Wildlife, we need your help! I would love to send pictures of the Raccoon poop that I found, as well as the dead bird and pile of feathers, but I\'m not going back up there to check it out again. Our soffits were all hanging loose so it’s pretty evident where they are getting in and out, but again, we fixed that before taking pictures. Thanks in advance for your help!
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