Choosing a Local Rockland County Wildlife Company

As a homeowner sooner or later you will have to deal with Rockland County wildlife infesting your attic, your chimney or some local animals living under the house. Animals can be a big nuisance and affect the quality of life of the inhabitants. Most of them can have different diseases and when they die inside your wall or other enclosed areas they are hard to clean. With the right information and supplies, you may be able to solve some conflicts with wildlife by yourself. But when it's time to call in a professional, here's how to find a humane, effective and ethical company.

Be on the lookout for an ethical and humane company
Don't jump into a contract with a company that will use poison to clean the New York wildlife infesting your household. Insist on humane techniques and always insist that you know what are they doing to get rid of the animals. Some unethical companies will use “quick fixes” just to get by, and then trap you into year contracts and bill you for the rest of your life. Try to find the right company by researching the market.

Written estimate
Companies can't estimate the price of the job over the phone they usually need to come to your household and:
• Detect the Rockland County animals living in it
• Whether they have nests and baby wildlife in them
• All of the entry points
• How are you going to answer these problems Most companies should explain you how are the New York animals using your households and how are they going to “shoo” them away.

Making sure for unethical prices and licenses and insurance
Research the market first, know how much should the company bill you before you jump into some contract scheme. Never sign open contracts with the company – doing so may result in bigger damage and wasting a lot of money on something that should be done once. You should request written assurance that the company's practices are in compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations. Make sure that the company carries insurance for commercial liability and any required licenses.

Visit our Rockland County animal removal home page to learn more about us.