Paterson Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Paterson

We are Paterson Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Paterson, NJ. We are here to deal with your pest animal problem, and having been established in the area for over ten years, you can rest assured that we have the experience to help resolve any pest animal situation. Our telephone advisers will be happy to talk to you with practical advice on what you can do yourself, while also able to give you an idea of the price of the work that we can carry out. We have a team of specialists that are available to visit your property, and as we know finding signs of animal activity can be an immediate concern, we aim to get someone to your property within one day. We pride ourselves in doing a thorough job, so the first step is a detailed check of the property so that our specialist can find every part of the property where the animals are active. Where possible we try to avoid using traps to catch animals if it is appropriate, and we will never use harmful and dangerous poisons around your home. Because animals can transmit diseases such as leptospirosis or histoplasmosis through their feces, we also offer a full cleaning and disinfecting service to ensure it is safe for your family. Call us now at 973-607-2112 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Paterson and Our Services:

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Licensed and insured in New Jersey

Paterson raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Dead animal removal, inside and outside.

Call 24/7 to schedule an appointment

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Passaic, Paterson, Clifton, Wayne, West Milford, Little Falls, Totowa, Ringwood, Hawthorne, Wanaque, Woodland Park, Pompton Lakes, Bloomingdale, Prospect Park, Haledon, North Haledon, and more.

Paterson Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: How to Remove Animals from Chimney

In case you are hearing strange noises in your chimney, you may be disappointed to learn that it is not Santa that is paying you a visit. Pesky creatures will often end up in our chimney especially during the nesting season. The design of the chimney that resembles the hollows of the trees makes it an excellent den for most wild animals. In this article, we will look at some of the most common animals that you may encounter in your chimney and how you can drive them away.

How to Remove Birds in Your Chimney
The birds will create their nest inside our Paterson chimney since it provides them safety against the predators. The temperature inside is also regulated that will give them comfort. Most of them will establish their nest on the damper or above the smoke shelf. There is also a probability that a multiple bird will be nesting inside the chimney. Birds may carry diseases such as Histoplasmosis that can result to blindness. Therefore, you will need to find ways to keep them out of your chimney. Never attempt to remove the bird nest since some of the birds are protected under the federal law. It would be best to install chimney cap to keep the birds out.

Keeping Bats Out of Your New Jersey Chimney
The bats prefer to roost in dark places like the cave, and the chimney provide an excellent alternative. The bats are possible carrier of rabies and other diseases. It is best to avoid removing them yourself. In addition, there are also species of bats that are included in the list of protected species. Getting them out can be a challenge since some of them can fit in a hole that is around the size of a quarter. In order to keep your chimney bat-free, you may need to seal the cracks with mortar and use chimney cap.

Prevent Squirrels from Entering Chimney
There are instances that the squirrels will build their nest in the chimney. The squirrels tend to create a compact nest which is challenging to remove. Sometimes, their nest can extend up to 15ft which will take a couple of hours to get rid of. This is obviously a fire hazard. In order to protect your house, you will need to seal their entry point with a chimney cap made from stainless steel.

Removal of the Paterson Raccoons
You should be cautious when dealing with the raccoon in your chimney since they are highly protective of their young ones. Once they think that their babies are being coerced, they will not hesitate to attack. They can carry rabies and their droppings may contain roundworms. You should invest on a sturdy chimney cover since the raccoon has the strength to destroy aluminum and black steel covers.

Dealing with a wild animal that is found in the inconspicuous area can be challenging. If you do not have the tools and knowledge to finish the removal task, never hesitate to consult the professionals.