Rodent Control, Animal Traps, Integrated Pest Management, Green Pest Management
Q: Are your animal trapping techniques safe for the animals?
Our animal trapping techniques can help you with bird control, rodent control, and more and are safe for the animals. Using target specific animal traps and baits, we can practice safe pest control and help you get rid of pests ranging from birds and mice to snakes, raccoons, and even skunks. Our solutions are prepared for and completed with Pest Management with Environ-Mentality™ for all our residential animal trapping and commercial animal trapping cases. Call today to discuss the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) procedures best for your situation and get rid of unwanted animals on your property.
At Pestmaster Services®, your residential animal trapping and commercial animal trapping needs can be met. All rodent control, bird control, and pest control issues begin with a thorough inspection and positive identification. With that knowledge, we then develop a plan utilizing the following pest control methods:
- Animal traps
- Biological controls
- Exclusion methods
- Other non-pesticide approaches
Furthermore, we're a green pest management company and can show you how to get rid of pests without harming them through our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) methods. Don't let your property be overrun by animals. They don't pay rent, so send them packing with the help of Pestmaster Services®!
If you're wondering how to get rid of pests, call the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and pest control specialists at Pestmaster Services®. Animal trapping is an art that we've perfected for more than 35 years. Our service technicians know how to effectively mitigate bird control, rodent control, and other nuisance wildlife using animal traps and other methods for effective and long lasting results.
We invite you to learn more about our animal trapping techniques. At Pestmaster Services®, our bird control and rodent control is performed using animal traps that don't harm the animals, allowing us to relocate them from your property to a more appropriate environment for them as well as for you.