If animals could talk, which would be the rudest? The one who has moved into your attic without asking or paying rent!
Q – Who is the best wildlife removal company in Lexington, KY?
A – Trifecta Wildlife Services! Okay, okay, we’re biased, but our clients are not; check out our Google reviews here.
Q – There’s something scratching in my attic, can you check it out?
A – Yes, with detailed inspection we will determine the source of the sound and all other wildlife sign, damage, and vulnerability on your home.
Q – Do you provide wild animal removal?
A – Yes, we provide all varieties of wildlife removal, control, and damage management. Whether your issue is residential, commercial, agricultural, inside or outside, we provide complete solutions to your wildlife issues.
Q – Who is animal control in Lexington, KY?
A – Lexington Fayette Urban County Government Animal Care & Control is the local municipal animal control branch whose responsibilities primarily relate to domestic animal issues. Private sector companies like us, Trifecta Wildlife Services, provide animal control, but specifically wildlife control, removal, and damage management services. We do not provide services relating to domestic animals.
Q – Who does wildlife exclusion and damage repair in Lexington, KY?
A – We do! From wildlife inspection, through removal, and providing extensive exclusion and remediation services we’re your one-stop shop for a complete solution to your wildlife issue.
Q – Do I need to hire a contractor or handyman to repair my house after your remove the animals?
A – No, and with humble respect to their crafts, they do not repair or provide exclusion services that meet our standards. Typical and good construction is frequently the vulnerability to wildlife intrusion in the first place, so restoring to original condition is not a solution to prevent recurrence. Our damage repair and wildlife exclusion services are above and beyond typical construction while maintaining a focus on function and aesthetics.
Q – Who traps nuisance wild animals in my yard?
A – We do! Team Trifecta is fully equipped with the knowledge, experience, and equipment to resolve all types of nuisance animal issues, inside or out!
Q – What damage can animals in my attic cause?
A – While damage will vary by species and how long the issue has gone on, we see insulation displacement, compaction, contamination with droppings (feces) and urinary waste, outside material accumulation including nesting debris and foods, electrical wire chewing, wood chewing, HVAC ducting breaches, and much more.
Q – Who removes animals from chimneys?
A – We do! Wild animals exploit and invade nearly all of components of homes in one way or another, including getting in our chimneys. We provide animal removal from chimneys and installations of chimney caps or covers to prevent recurrence.
Q – Who removes the poop from my attic after the animals are gone, do you?
A – Yes, we provide animal waste removal as part of attic restoration services, from removing the feces and damaged insulation, through replacing with new insulation, we’re a one-stop shop for complete resolution of wildlife issues.
Q – Who rescues injured or orphaned wildlife?
A – Wildlife rehabilitators provide this service and your can search for a wildlife rehabilitator in Lexington, KY here. Our focus at Trifecta Wildlife is wildlife removal and damage management, we do not provide wildlife rehabilitation.
Q – Who removes dead animals in Lexington, KY?
A – We do! To qualify this does not include domestic animals, only wildlife, but whether in your yard, walls, attic, or crawlspace, if you see or smell a dead animals and need assistance Team Trifecta can help.
Q – Should I cut down my trees to keep animals off my roof?
A – No, if you like your trees keep your trees. That said, trimming your trees away from your house stops guttering, flashing, and roof shingle damage, thus is independently prudent. However, wild animals climb our downspouts, masonry, vinyl siding corners, etc; in other words trees aren’t necessary for a raccoon, squirrel, or mouse to access your roof. Inclusive wildlife exclusion protects your house, not chainsaws.
Q – How do you get rid of bats in my attic?
A – The short answer is that we systematically seal and exclude them from your home using one-way devices during appropriate seasonal windows. Want specifics, give us a call, happy to share!
Q – How do you get rid of mice in my home?
A – Much like a roofer fixes a water leak rather than managing the leak for you with a bucket and repeat visits to empty the bucket, we find the “mouse leaks” during inspection and seal and exclude your home’s exterior to stop mouse intrusion where it begins. Mouse trapping and rodenticides have value, but they’re management strategies like that bucket under the water leak. We provide a mouse exclusion solution; think curing the problem, not just treating it.
Q – What are the most common animals that get in attics in Lexington, KY?
A – Mice, raccoons, squirrels, and bats are the most common wildlife we remove from the attics of homes.
Q – Do I have birds in my dryer vent?
A – Yes, there’s a good chance you have birds nesting in your dryer vent, or bathroom exhaust vent, especially when at eye level or higher on your home. Cavity-nesting species including European Starlings and House Sparrows are the most common culprits.
Q – A skunk sprayed my dog, can you trap it?
A – Yes, we can provide skunk trapping services; and try mixing up a fresh bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 1/4 cup baking soda, and 1 teaspoon of blue Dawn dish soap, to wash you dog with, it helps a lot!
Q – Do you remove animals from under decks or sheds?
A – Yes, we regularly remove groundhogs, skunks, opossums, and raccoons from under decks and sheds with trapping services. Post trapping we can install dig barriers to prevent recurrence of issues.
Q – Why can the other company “fix” it for less?
A – Done once, done right is the Trifecta Wildlife way. Cost is what you pay, value is what you get. The hard way is the fast way. Do it right the first time and you won’t have to do it over the next time.