Corpus Christi Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Corpus Christi

We are Corpus Christi Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Corpus Christi, TX. Our staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We understand that wild animals never take a day off, so neither do we. Whether you have gophers or moles digging in your yard, bats or birds in your attic, rats or mice in the walls of your home, or skunks or squirrels tearing up your garden, our experts know exactly what to do to rid your property of these problem animals. We provide a free estimate over the phone that gives you a general price range for the work, and will send a technician out to provide you with a full estimate free of charge. There are no hidden fees here. We charge less than other companies in the area but have been recognized for providing the best service in each of the last three years. Members of our staff are well trained in the latest state-of-the-art animal removal equipment. They know exactly how to rid your property of these animals, and to do so in a humane way. We do not use poisons as they are potentially dangerous to our customers and inhumane. We value all life, but understand just how these animals were moved. We are here to do just that. Call us today if you have animal removal needs. Call us now at 361-403-0340 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Corpus Christi and Our Services:

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Texas licensed and insured.

Poison-free Corpus Christi rodent control - rats and mice.

Experts in Texas bat removal from buildings.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Aransas, Robstown, Bishop, Agua Dulce, Banquete, Driscoll, Petronila, Tierra Grande, North San Pedro, La Paloma-Lost Creek, Sandy Hollow-Escondidas, Tierra Verde, Rancho Banquete, and many more!

Corpus Christi Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Methods to Kill Rodents Humanely

If you are in trouble due to rodent infestation, it is the right time to find some ways to get rid of them as soon as possible. Studies reveal that these creatures are often attracted towards fruits and nuts in your garden area. But while attacking your outdoors, if they find a way to the inner parts of home, they will definitely try to get in and create a cozy shelter at your attic or shed area. In case if they find everything favorable, they will even love to raise their babies inside. The most annoying thing about these creatures is that they will keep on creating lots of mess in the area where they live. When rodents get access to the inner portion of your house, they prefer to build a nest in the attic and will make all efforts to tear down the insulation over there. Slowly they will also start carrying many things from outside such as debris and leaves etc. to fill your attic with many unwanted things. Well! If you are suffering from all these issues; the frustration level might have crossed the limit, and now you must be ready to kill these rodents.

Many homeowners in the United States have similar plans; they are just finding out some way to execute it. People generally find two major tricks to deal with these rodents; either they can use lethal traps or non-lethal traps. When we talk about non-lethal traps; they simply help to capture the rodent so that you can relocate it far away from your house. But when you want to get permanent relief from the rodent, it is good to look for lethal traps.

Market is loaded with a variety of lethal traps, but the two most popular ones are snap trap and glue trap. The second type of traps are not rated as humane because they cause very painful death of the rodent. But you can think of using snap traps that cause instant death of the creature without making it suffer. However, in both cases, people find it quite difficult to deal with the carcass of the dead rodent. You will find it quite difficult to deal with the remains.

Some people even try to use poison to kill the rodents, but this is again a cruel method to deal with the infestation issue. First of all, you will never find a poison that can cause instant death of the rodent. In most cases, it makes the rodent terribly ill for many days and then it enjoys normal health again. During that period of illness, rodents find it quite difficult to bear the pain.

If you have few rodents in the area, chances are that you can get rid of them by simply shooting them with a firearm. But this method is not permitted in all cities at the United States. Moreover, in order to ensure success, you have to be skilled enough to shoot the rodent exactly to make sure that it dies in one shot.