Wildlife Solutions

Wildlife: “The Rival”

Do you have unwelcome guests inside your yard or home? We will identify intruders, determine the most effective way to get them out of your home and then customize a gameplan to keep them from coming back. You’ll have full control of what has access to your home. All-Pro will make sure you’re protected, guaranteed!.


Common Types In Our Area…


There are four kinds of squirrels that inhabit Georgia: the Fox squirrel, the Red squirrel, the Flying squirrel, and the most prevalent squirrel found in rural and especially urban areas in Georgia, the Eastern gray squirrel.


Snakes can be found in most backyards, parks, and woodlands throughout Georgia. Many species are secretive, spending most of their time underground or under cover.


Moles are small, burrowing mammals. Their eyes are poorly developed, but they have very sensitive snouts and long, clawed digits that they use to dig tunnels.


In populated areas, you may find raccoons in any number of places. Typical urban hiding spots for them include chimneys, attics, woodpiles and underneath homes.


The eastern chipmunk is able to climb trees well, but they more frequently construct underground nests with widespread tunnel structures that regularly have numerous entrances.


Rats are various medium-sized, long-tailed rodents. Rats are typically distinguished from mice by their larger size.

How To Know There’s A Threat…

Home invasion by critters is no joking matter, and many homeowners know firsthand the difficult and strenuous battles that can take place when animals overrun an attic or basement. From tree squirrels, mice, birds, and bats, animals have the ability to sneak in when you least expect it and can eventually wreak havoc. Here are a few signs you may have a rival in your home:

Leave droppings behind
Die in your walls, creating foul odors
Noises in your walls and attic
Chew through wires and cause fires
Eat drywall and tear insulation
Destroy property and belongings

The Game Plan

.01 | Inspection

The first step for All-Pro is to determine whether or not activity is currently present at or around your home. This helps us properly determine how to customize your plan. 

.02 | Customized Plan

No two plans are 100% alike. Each home has unique structural and layout features that require us to determine how best to protect your home. We select the right placement, treatments, and ongoing services to help provide a pest-free environment.

.03 | Scheduled Review

No plan would be complete with a “set it and forget it” approach. A proper Game Plan requires ongoing maintenance and inspections to make sure that your home stays pest free and there are no new threats that have emerged. 


Wildlife Related Questions

To learn more about how we can protect your business, read on to get the answers to frequently asked questions or contact us directly for more information!

Q: What do you do with the animals once they are captured?

First and foremost we follow Georgia state laws regarding wildlife possession and transport for wildlife control trapping. We will obey the law first. The fate of the animal may have to do with the species. Some protected animals can’t be harassed at all. We aim to do the humane thing. If the animal is healthy and it’s legal to relocate it, that’s the option we usually prefer. If the animal is injured or sick, it’s sometimes best to humanely euthanize it. Overall, we aim to keep the customer informed about the right thing to do.

Q: How do I get rid of squirrels in my attic?

Squirrels of any kind must either be excluded from re-entering once they leave the attic or they can be trapped and relocated. The site where they entered must be located and sealed. Squirrels can be difficult to trap in attics and you may want to consult a wildlife animal removal company like All-Pro for assistance.

Q: What are the best baits for mice or rats?

Contrary to popular belief, cheese is not a good bait for mice or rats. Peanut butter and chocolate work well as long as you don’t put too much on the trap. Work the bait onto the trap’s trigger so that it is hard for the rodent to get it off and it will be forced to climb onto the trigger.

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