Nashville Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Nashville - Wildlife Exterminator

Welcome to Pest Animal Nashville! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Nashville, TN. Do you have a rogue opossum or a pesky pigeon wreaking havoc in your home? Can you smell what you think might be a dead animal, but can't find it and therefore can't remove it? Maybe you have a colony of bats fast increasing in numbers in your attic? You've come to the right place - we are the number one wildlife control agency in the area, dealing in only the safest and most humane methods, ensuring a professional job that is done both quickly and effectively. Our 32-point inspection process and complete repairs and maintenance work will ensure that your problem does not come back, and that's after we've (usually) used a safe and humane exclusion trap to remove the critter in the first place. You'll be surprised that our superior service doesn't come with a superior price tag. Why? Because we care about the animals and not the money, that's why. We are a family run business with over a decade of experience in our corner, and we want both you and the pest to come out of this happy. Get in touch - we offer free quotes, and our local technicians mean we can usually secure you a same-day appointment. Call us now at 615-553-3250 for your Nashville wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Nashville and Our Services:

We answer our phones 24/7.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Nuisance wildlife trapping and removal.

Critter damage repair to your home.

Attic restoration and decontamination.

Licensed and insured in Tennessee

Nashville rat control and rodent removal

Bat control in Nashville - removal from attics

Raccoon and skunk removal in Nashville

Nashville dead animal removal inside houses.

Tennessee Snake control services

Bird Removal and Prevention

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

We service Cannon County, Cheatham County, Davidson County, Dickson County, Hickman County, Macon County, Maury County, Robertson County, Rutherford County, Smith County, Sumner County, Trousdale County, Williamson County and Wilson County. We service towns such as Nashville, Murfreesboro, Franklin, Hendersonville, Antioch, Brentwood, Columbia, Donelson, Gallatin, Hermitage, La Vergne, Lebanon, Madison, Mount Juliet, Smyrna, Spring Hill, Dickson, Goodlettsville, Old Hickory, Portland, Springfield, White House, Ashland City, Belle Meade, Bethpage, Burns, Carthage, Centerville, Charlotte, Coopertown, Cross Plains, Fairview, Forest Hills, Gordonsville, Greenbrier, Green Hill, Hartsville, Kingston Springs, Lafayette, Lakewood, Millersville, Mount Pleasant, Nolensville, Oak Hill, Pegram, Pleasant View, Red Boiling Springs, Ridgetop, Rural Hill, South Carthage, Thompson's Station, Watertown, Westmoreland, White Bluff, and Woodbury.

Nashville Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month

Bat Prevention Tips
You don’t have to be a fan of horror movies to know that Nashville bats are creepy animals. With an ugly face, sharp fangs, and a screeching sound, these creatures are like flying rats that swoop around looking for prey. They are terrifying in so many ways. What makes bats even worse is that they carry a huge amount of disease with them, including such things as rabies. Because Tennessee bats fly and don’t care much about the areas they reside in, they will urinate and defecate with no concern about where they are. It doesn’t matter what they drop to the ground because they live hanging from the top of a cave, ceiling or eave. This means that all their parasites and germs are being dropped below, easily spreading with each drop.

Adding to the disaster of these Tennessee critters is that they live as large groups. They are colonial animals that swarm into a new home where they breed and live virtually without being stopped because most are afraid of them. Even most humans find the Nashville bat to be a hideous beast they wish to stay away from.

If you live in an area where Nashville bats are known to live then it is to your advantage to do what you can to keep these beasts away. Preventative measures can be made to deter them from turning your home into their home. You just have to take a very steps that can make the difference. Let me begin by pointing out that there are no known bat repellants that work. There are many that are offered, and they claim that they work well, but that is simply not the case. You might as well just throw your money in the garbage for all the good these repellants will do.

Many also propose using high-pitched noise makers as a way of scaring away the Tennessee bats. These are supposed to affect their ability to fly and hear correctly, causing them to avoid your property. That would be a great idea if they worked, but the problem is that they do not work. Now that we know what does not work, let’s talk about what does. Your first plan of action is to ensure that there are no ways that a bat can find entry into your home. You want to make sure that if there are any holes or cracks in the walls of your home, shed or garage, especially in your attic area, that you seal these immediately. Use a substance like caulk to close the gaps make sure that the seal is at least 3/8 of an inch in length.

If you want to add an additional measure where you have placed the caulk, then included a small piece of wire mesh or steel wool over the area where you made the seal. Bats can chew on many different kinds of metals, and effectively break the seal, but steel wool in particular is very hard and irritating for them to get to. The wire mesh is effective because even if they are able to chew a piece apart they will find that the caulk is still there, get discourage and leave.