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Wildlife Exclusion Services Milwaukee

We all know that wild animals living around our homes can pose a problem and even present a threat to our health. They chew up our plants, dig holes in our lawns, or worse yet - get into our homes. Sometimes they even live there! AAAC Wildlife Removal is the best option to keep them out of your home.

Squirrel trying to get through a one-way door in Milwaukee
Excluding wildlife from your home is the safest and most effective solution!
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What is Wildlife Exclusion?

Exclusion means sealing off entry points for animals to your home or business in a way that stops them from getting in. It is simpler than trying to exclude wildlife on your own.

AAAC Wildlife Exclusion Services can provide a humane exclusion for any species of wildlife that could pose a danger to your home or business. Exclusion is done safely and correctly by our highly-trained staff.

We can help if you have animals living in your home or within the walls of your property. We can seal all entry points for animals that we find. This includes holes in floors and cement cracks around pipes.

How We Conduct Wildlife Control and Exclusion Services

Some nuisance wildlife has managed to sneak into your home or office. Now you want to trap them, and maybe even get rid of them. However, trapping alone won’t fix your problem. The first infestation might be exterminated, but without wildlife exclusion, you’re just waiting for the next one to emerge. Here are the steps taken to stop the infesting cycle using animal removal techniques.

Find and seal all entry points:

We need to find all possible entry points for animals. This might include holes in floors, cement cracks around pipes – basically anywhere an animal might find entry into your home or business. This also includes roof flashing, roof shingles, and soffits. Then we block off those access points. In some cases, we do this by drilling rubber grommets (or metal grommets) on top of the hole. This seals it tight. In other cases, we may use wire mesh for plugging the holes. Our third step is to add a weatherproof cover over your blocked-off hole so it can protect any openings from rain, snow, and wind. We must also wait to see whether there are any other openings that could allow animals to get into the building and seal them off too.

Exclude wildlife using a trap or one-way door

Top pest control specialists will locate the main entrance used by wild animals to gain entry and exit to your home or place of business. We purposefully do not seal this hole so that we can use it to properly exclude your nuisance wildlife. Once we’ve identified it, we can use either a live trap or a one-way door.

squirrel excluded from an attic by a one way door in Milwaukee

One-way doors: A one-way door is a good option for those people who don’t want to kill the animal. These are specially designed doors that allow the animals to enter but not leave. We open a small hole in the door to allow the animal to pass through but it should be small enough to not let the animal out. Next, we place the bait on the opposite side of the hole and close it. The animal will then go in. Once they head towards the bait it will be impossible for them to turn back and leave because they can’t open the door from this side!

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Live traps: We place traps close to any openings on the roof or outside that animals might use to enter your home. We can lure the animals into our trap by placing them near these openings. We place bait in the trap and once an animal gets inside, it’s caught! We might need to install a cage trap if we are trying to trap larger animals like raccoons or opossums. This is a wire mesh trapping device that will keep the animal inside, then technicians from our wildlife removal  company will remove it from your home

Popular Access Points for Animal Entry

To prevent future wildlife infestations, a proper wildlife pest control service operator must check all of the most common ways that squirrels, rodents, bats, rats, mice, raccoons, birds, and other wildlife can use to access your home. AAAC Wildlife Removal does a thorough job, but here’s a quick overview of the most common access points animals use to enter your home.

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Ridge Vents

Bats commonly enter attics through the Roof Ridge Vent. This is a narrow metal strip that runs along one side of the roof. Ridge Guard is a product that seals any openings at the vent. Once the vents are sealed,  we can do a complete roof repair to make sure your house is animal-proof. If you take photos of the roof, we can give you an idea of whether or not your ridge vents are open to animals.

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Gable Vents

Gable vents on many homes are a common entry point for wildlife, including squirrels and raccoons. These vents are intended to allow for airflow to your attic, even in hot weather. To secure these vents, we can place a wire mesh that allows airflow but not animal entry. We can also fix the vent flaps, and replace any rotted or damaged wood that might have opened the door for the critters.

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Dryer Vents

Dryer vents offer rodents and birds a convenient entry point. If rodents find themselves migrating from one place to another looking for shelter and food, they will most likely use dryer vents as a way to enter your home. They can survive on the airflow from dryer vents. It is important to secure these areas with metal mesh and seal any cracks in the vent.

Birds enjoy dryer vents because of the warm airflow moving through them. Your electricity bill may increase or decrease as dryer vents are used by birds to access their nest. Installation of common vent guards is the best protection.

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Squirrels and raccoons love getting into your attic through a damaged soffit. A proper wildlife removal service operator will replace any rotted wood that is allowing wildlife entry and then secure the openings using closures or metal mesh. Your soffit will look like new, and all rodents will be gone.

damage to home fascia in Milwaukee


Wild animals just love the fascia on a house. The fascia is what would be underneath the gutter at the edge of your roof if you had gutters. It is a board that covers the gap between your roof edge and your gutters. We secure the gaps with metal mesh and remove any rotted wood. Then, we cover it with a metal cover. This prevents wildlife from accessing this area.

Eaves on a house in Milwaukee


Raccoons love to climb up your roof through the eaves. Eaves are the areas where the roof meets the sides of your home. Our technicians can secure gaps with metal mesh for wildlife exclusion. We can also install special eaves protectors that will prevent animals from entering again.

raccoon on a chimney in Milwaukee

The Chimney

A chimney is one of the most common entry points for animals into a home. We can either use chimney caps to block this entryway or remove and replace the chimney liner if it is necessary to eliminate critters already living in the home.

Squirrels, bats, and raccoons all love to find a cozy place inside the chimney. It’s difficult for animal control firms to access this area due to fire hazards and venting. To find out the animal’s hiding place, we often use flameless heat detection cameras. We also have the option to just remove the old liner or cap and replace it.

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Cracks in the foundation

Foundation cracks can be a favourite entry point for rodents. To stop rodents from entering your walls, we can repair foundation cracks using a cement filler compound. This type of repair not only prevents animals from entering but also improves the exterior appearance of your home.

Exposed pipe in Milwaukee

Exposed pipes

All rodent species love to crawl through exposed pipes to get into the walls of your home. You can protect your home from rodents by securing any gaps with metal mesh and covering up any pipe openings with a cap. This will stop animals from entering your home again, while still allowing for air movement.

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Wildlife Damage Repair Service

It’s crucial to repair any damage done by rodents, squirrels and bats, birds or mice, rats after your wildlife exclusion is complete. Wild animals can make their entrance into your home larger by chewing and scratching at it. This can cause some serious damage.

Our wildlife damage repair services are top-notch among pest control providers. We have the skills and experience required to repair any form of wildlife damage. We can replace damaged drywall, insulation, or wood either by ourselves or with a team. They also have the knowledge needed to repair your home quickly and efficiently to reduce the risk that you will experience future animal damage.

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Attic Restoration

A terrible infestation may have contaminated your attic with urine, blood and feces. This can lead to a stench that is both unpleasant and conducive to mold growth. Our pest control specialists will replace any contaminated insulation with fresh materials that have been treated against moisture and odor. Our pest control specialists can also replace insulation that has been chewed or torn by rodents such as rats, mice, and squirrels. We use heavy-duty staples to secure new material to your attic floor. Attics will look like new again with our attic restoration service!

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Wild Animal Pest Control

Exclusion is a humane way to control wildlife pests. Wildlife can be humanely captured or encouraged to flee, and then they are unable to return to your home once their holes have been closed. This article offers some insights on how professional wildlife exclusion companies can help solve problems caused by wild animals in your home. AAAC Wildlife Removal offers a professional wildlife exclusion service. Call us today!

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We are passionate about helping our friends, neighbors, and customers manage their wildlife issues, and keep their homes safe and secure. If you’re struggling with an uninvited guest in your house or yard, give us a call!

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