Metro Atlanta Wildlife Removal Services


Do you have uninvited guests living in your home? Rodents, squirrels, raccoons, bats?

A variety of critters can decide to make your home theirs. Not only do they forget to ask your permission to stay over, they enjoy munching on your electrical wires, using the bathroom wherever they want and nesting in the insulation. If you suspect squirrels, rats, mice, bats or other wildlife have moved into your attic, click the red button to contact us.

Questions? Need to schedule? Use the button below or call us at 678-744-9453!

Wildlife Trapping, Removal and Exclusion Service

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A & A’s exclusion program features a systematic closure of your home that prevents any wildlife from ever moving in. Most Georgia homes have openings and gaps that animals will enter through. Rodents only need a quarter to half inch hole to access a structure. Once inside, they will cause significant problems.

The Full Exclusion Service comes with a warranty that ensures no animals will re-infest your home. In the unlikely event an animal does get inside, we’ll come back to resolve the issue at no cost to you.

Benefits of Full Exclusion

  • Guaranteed warranty that is transferable and good for the life of the home.
  • A permanent solution, as opposed to a lifelong battle of trapping, poison baiting and removing dead rodents.
  • Preventing possible disease transmissions such as Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome, Leptospirosis, Tularemia, Salmonellas and several others.
  • Avoid the possibility of a fire and prevent costly damages to the home such as chewed electrical wires and soiled insulation.
  • Fleas, ticks and mites will not be carried inside your home by wildlife.
  • The optional clean-up service will insure a healthy living environment in the areas infested, plus the removal of evidence for future inspection purposes.

Wildlife & Rodent Exclusion Process


Wildlife exclusion for a home or building is not a simple, standard process. Each structure is unique, requiring different methods and ladder work. It takes a skilled technician with a trained eye to find all of the uncommon holes. At A & A, we have the experience and know-how to do the job right, guaranteed. Unlike many other companies, we use quality materials such as tough wire screening, thick sheet metal and other products that will last the life of your home.

Phase 1 - Sealing of the home


Due to poor building codes in Georgia, a construction gap is likely present between the roof decking and fascia board around the roofline of your home. These gaps will usually measure half an inch to four inches or more and is a common entryway for critters to access your attic. This area needs to be sealed with galvanized sheet metal and usually takes the most amount of time, effort and ladder maneuvering. The sheet metal is pre-bent and slid under the shingles while screwed into the fascia board to secure. If gutter covers are present, they are carefully taken off to access the construction gap. We then install sheet metal and properly reinstall the gutter covers.
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Many other entry holes may exist in the home. Roof returns, vents, utility penetrations and other foundation / siding openings, to name a few. These areas usually need galvanized wire screen in the vents. Galvanized screen and foam are used to seal other holes.

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Phase 2 - Rodent Removal


After sealing the home, it’s time to get the critters out. The same day we close up the house, we strategically place rat traps around infested areas with specially formulated bait they can’t resist. We then return weekly several times to remove the animals and reset the traps until they are completely eliminated. Sometimes it may be necessary to do some trapping before the exclusion work depending on the situation.

To get squirrels out of the attic, we install a repeater trap on the outside of the main entry hole. When they come out, they'll be trapped and won’t be able to get back inside. When this happens, we return and take them at least 10 miles away from your home to release.
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Phase 3 - Wildlife Cleanup


When we’re confident all rodents are gone and can’t get back in, it’s a good idea to clean up their mess. If you decide to sell your home, most home inspectors will find and report rodent evidence to the potential buyers or agency. The first step is to remove as much of the feces as possible, then finish with disinfectant. We use a HEPA vacuum to prevent dust circulation. Our hospital-grade disinfectant is completely safe and has a very light, fresh scent. A fogger disperses it into the infested area, killing all bacteria, germs and viral pathogens. Other evidence such as tunnels and trails in the insulation will also be smoothed out to benefit future inspections.

Our Disinfectant Sanitizer Virucide kills harmful germs, bacteria, fungi and viruses. It disinfects hepatitis, hantavirus, avian flu, HIV and more. It also prevents and eliminates mildew.
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Attic and Crawlspace Restorations

A large infestation can ruin an attic, crawl space or other areas of the home. A restoration may be necessary. In this case, we can perform a partial or full removal and replacement of your insulation and vapor barrier for a complete clean. We may also scrub wood and other solid surfaces with disinfectant or seal with an encapsulating paint. For more details on insulation, Click Here.

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