About WA WildLife Removal - Serving Washington
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE LOCAL EXTERMINATOR SERVICES IN SPANAWAY
If you hire us for your Washington State residential or commercial wildlife removal needs, you’re getting a company you can really put your faith in. We’re proud to boast about many years of experience within the nuisance wildlife industry, and can also boast of technicians who are regularly trained on new and safe practices, innovative tools, and state-of-the-art equipment. They are also equipped with all of those tools and equipment for every property they attend.
We also pride ourselves on the following:
- All technicians are fully licensed to work in Washington State by the Wildlife Commission.
- All technicians carry full insurance, including full liability insurance.
- They are trained in not just removing animals, but also repairing and restoring to a professional and very high standard.
- All work is precluded by a written estimate/quote, with an expected time frame.
- All completed work is met with a full, written guarantee to ensure peace of mind.
- Full aftercare is included in every job.
- Our company takes care of animals, always showing them respect, and always treating them humanely.
- Staff members are contactable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even during holidays.
- Technicians treat each property as if it were their own: cleaning up after themselves, treating it with respect, and protecting it against pests in the same way as their own.
Please note : We do not remove domesticated animals like dogs and cats.
Our friendly, trained, and professional technicians have decades of experience with working alongside some of Washington State’s biggest and most prolific pests, including raccoons, badgers, moles, armadillos, opossums, otters, rabbits, weasels, shrews, skunks, deer, foxes, snakes, and much more. With that experience, they combine in-depth and regular training, ensuring that they know exactly what to do when they attend your property to solve your Washington pest problem.
- The prevention of future animal infestations by way of property modifications and tweaks, as well as implementing various preventative techniques.
- Finding the causes of bad smells, related to animal infestations, and then completely removing it and leaving the property fresh and smelling nice again.
- Finding, removing, and responsibly disposing of dead animals.
- Finding, removing, and then appropriately dealing with baby animals, or nests of animals.
- Sealing up a building that has been already been infested by nuisance wildlife.
- Repairing the damage caused by nuisance wildlife, both living inside and outside of the building and in their attempts to get inside.
- Relocation of trapped wildlife, or transferring injured/young wildlife to appropriate rehabilitators.
- Safe and humane dispatch of captured wildlife that must be dispatched for legal and community safety reasons.