We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Arlington, Virginia. We service the whole Washington DC metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Arlington. We are a full-service Arlington animal trapping and removal
company. We specialize in wildlife only, and are not like a regular Arlington pest control company or Arlington exterminator. We handle several nuisance wildlife species, including squirrels, raccoons, snakes, skunks, and opossums.
We also perform bat removal and bird control services, and rodent control, including
poison-free mouse and rat removal. Give us a call any time at 202-754-8770 to discuss your Arlington animal control issue, and to schedule a fast appointment.
Washington DC critter removal, I've been reading your website (very informative!) and I have a question. We currently have rats in our attic and we have hired a professional company to get rid of them. They told me they have done the exclusion but we're now a month into their work and we STILL have rats. They have caught several but by the sounds in our ceilings and walls, there are still plenty left. My question: Should it take this long to solve this problem? Or is it reasonable that we are still dealing with this for more than a month? This wasn't cheap and I expected faster results, but maybe I just need to be more patient. Of course my other thought is they didn't truly seal up all the entrances like they said they did. Just looking for a little perspective from an independent source.Thank you.
Mom parents have a rat in their family room and we need to catch and remove it. It has been there for 10 days and we are anxious to remove this rodent from their home. Please help.
Rat in car. I don't have a garage to put my car in. I didn't understand when you said, spray hot spray on tires?? Can you explain that Thanks for your help
Washington DC critter removal So this year we discovered a hole in the eve of our house. Patched it up without metal and a new one opened up within a week. It is so large, I am thinking squirrels instead of rats. Pictures attached. I have not seen any droppings at all.How do you tell a rat hole from a squirrel hole. This is a bad picture, but the hole is 6” in diameter
Washington DC critter removal, I looked at your web site and wondered if it was just an advertisement for companies to do rodent removal work. I think I need professional help to do this work because I am too old to crawl around fix anything. I live in arlington,
Virginia. Should I trust your referral?
To learn more about our services, visit the Washington DC wildlife removal home page.