We have the experience and qualifications needed to perform wildlife removal at your home or business.
“Wildlife” is a term for various types of animals that generally live out in the wild. In the Carroll County, Georgia area, this category might include bats, possums, squirrels, and raccoons. Although these critters might look cute when they’re in the wild where they belong, they can wreak havoc if they take up residence on your property or in your home.
Some types of animals are linked to the spread of concerning diseases, while others can bite or scratch when they feel threatened. Raccoons are especially concerning, as they’re extremely aggressive toward humans and animals when they feel that their young are in danger.
At Overwatch Pest Management, we are a trusted pest control company offering service to both residential and commercial clients in the area. Our services include traditional pest control, as well as rodent and wildlife removal. If you spot any animals in your yard or notice warning signs that they’re living in your home, contact us, and we’ll send a technician to assess the situation as soon as possible. Allowing wildlife to remain on your property or within your living space can lead to many issues, including threatening the safety of those who live there.
We have the experience and qualifications needed to perform wildlife removal at your home or business. Our knowledgeable team members can take care of various types of animals, including those outlined above. We recommend contacting us for wildlife removal at the first sign of an animal to protect yourself and lessen the extent of the damage it might cause.
At Overwatch Pest Management, we are proud to provide wildlife removal services to customers in Newnan, Carrolton, Whitesburg, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Senoia, Turin, Grantville, Moreland, Haralson, Sargent, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Tyrone, Brooks, LaGrange, and Douglasville, Georgia, as well as throughout Carroll County, Heard County, Coweta County, Troup County, Meriweather County, Spalding County, Fayette County, and Fulton County.