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Wild animals can not only be a nuisance, they can cause damage to your property, and could carry diseases that are dangerous to your health. At Black Diamond, we offer up-front packaged pricing with no surprises, humane trapping and relocation, full exclusion with warranties, and a fast response that will quickly rid you of things that crawl, gnaw, or fly their way into your home. We’ll even repair your wildlife damage, and clean/disinfect the contaminated area.
We cover any and all animals, including:
And many more!
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Wildlife Control Services
We offer a range of removal and preventative wildlife services, with a goal to effectively and humanely resolve and prevent wildlife conflicts.
From netting and bird spikes to screening, metal flashings, sealants and chimney caps, we provide what you need to keep wild animals out.
We put buildings and homes back together to look as if damage never happened.
Our services include disinfecting and animal dropping removal to keep employees and families safe. We take care of everything from beginning to end.
Wildlife Control Frequently Asked Questions
This depends on the state law pertaining to transport and possession of wildlife as we will always obey the law first! Some animals are protected and cannot be disturbed at all. As for other animals, we always aim for humane removal and relocation first – this is our preferred method. If an animal is sick or injured, rehabilitation may be required.
No. Local animal control will only deal with domesticated animals. They may help or consult with a wildlife control company, but they do not perform professional wildlife control and exclusions.
Yes. One service we provide is removing and disposing of a carcass based on the state law.
Wild animals can carry several diseases that humans can contract, either through direct contact or contact with droppings. The most common is rabies, but others include typhus, histoplasmosis, roundworm, salmonellosis and Trichinosis.
Any mammal can potentially carry rabies. Most rabies transmission in North America is from bats.